And-Ones: Hinkie, Anthony, Jazz

Many NBA stars are having discussions of teaming up now and in the future, Alex Kennedy of Basketball Insiders tweets. Here’s more from around the NBA:

  • Bob Ford of The Philadelphia Inquirer details how Sixers GM Sam Hinkie pounced on the Magic‘s needs by drafting Elfrid Payton at No. 10 and then trading him to Orlando, receiving back the 2015 first-rounder Philadelphia owed to the Magic.
  • A Knicks player that recently spoke with Carmelo Anthony told Marc Berman of The New York Post that the star forward gave no indication of leaving New York.
  • The Jazz will most likely let 2013 draft pick Raul Neto spend another year developing overseas, reports Jody Genessy of Deseret News.
  • Utah has yet to decide what to do with 2008 draft selection Ante Tomic, per Genessy. The Jazz could buy out his overseas contract and bring the center over to contribute this season, trade his rights, or simply wait another year.
  • Joseph Goodman of The Miami Herald tweets that Ray Allen is still in the Heat‘s plans going forward. Allen has been leaning toward returning to play another year alongside LeBron James.
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2 thoughts on “And-Ones: Hinkie, Anthony, Jazz

  1. Yanks48

    That 1st round pick is protected 1-11 in 2017. Unless we somehow get a ton better with our all defense/athleticism but unable to score team, I’m not too worried of giving up the pick we originally gave got from philly in the dwight trade until 2018 where its top 8 protected. If we still dont contend, it’ll turn into a second rounder


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