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And-Ones: Wade, Warren, Smith, Woodbury

Dwyane Wade has a new favorite opponent to square off against in LeBron James, write Brandon Di Perno and Surya Fernandez of SB Nation. Wade said, “Well, it used to be Kobe Bryant…the second best all-time…now, I have a new favorite player to play against…my former teammate, LeBron.” The 2014/15 NBA schedule won’t be released until next month, but one of the highlights is sure to be the first contest between the Cavaliers and James’ former team, the Heat.  Here’s more from around the league..

  • Rookie T.J. Warren‘s game is well-suited for the Suns, writes Jesse Biancarte of Basketball Insiders.   Warren played in five games in summer league for Phoenix and averaged 17.8 points and 4.8 rebounds in 24.8 minutes.  His only noticeable weakness during this stretch was his outside shooting, something he’ll have to work on.
  • Former Duke guard Nolan Smith is working towards a two-year deal with Turkish club Galatasaray, according to David Pick of (on Twitter).  Smith was reportedly entertaining partially guaranteed offers from the Bulls and Thunder in late April.
  • Former Georgia and D-League swingman Terrance Woodbury worked out for the Nets, but he’ll instead be heading to Nicaragua to join up with Raptors de Matagalpa, a source tells Enea Trapani of Sportando (on Twitter).  In his senior year at Georgia (2008/09), Woodbury averaged 14.0 PPG and 4.6 RPG while shooting 43.1% from downtown, but he went undrafted the following summer.
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2 thoughts on “And-Ones: Wade, Warren, Smith, Woodbury

  1. Zak Arn

    d-wade should focus on actually staying on the court

  2. Trock

    He won’t be D-Wades new favorite opponent after they mop the floor with the Heat their first meeting. Heat can’t and won’t contend with the newly upgraded Cavs team.

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