And-Ones: Blazers, Chandler, Magic, Grizzlies

The Trail Blazers have started a COVID-19 emergency relief fund to support local non-profits which serve the community, as the team announced on its website. To date, more than $35MM has been raised by NBA and WNBA teams and players to combat organizations impacted by the coronavirus.

As we wait to see when the pandemic will subside and the NBA will return to action, let’s take a look at some basketball notes from around the league:

  • Wilson Chandler was experiencing a late-season surge with the Nets before the coronavirus forced the league to suspend the season, Brian Lewis of the New York Post writes. Chandler will be a free agent come the offseason.
  • Josh Robbins of The Athletic breaks down the Magic‘s improved offense prior to the suspended season, exploring what it might mean going forward. Aaron Gordon spending the majority of his minutes at the four, which is his natural position, played a major role in the team excelling.
  • Regardless of how and when the season resumes (or doesn’t), the Grizzlies showed enough progress to be optimistic about their future, Michael Wallace of NBA.com contends. Memphis is in the playoff picture and No. 2 overall Ja Morant looks like a future star.
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6 thoughts on “And-Ones: Blazers, Chandler, Magic, Grizzlies

  1. x%sure

    Good Magic article; in those 10 games after the break, they went from having problems offensively to #1 in the NBA in scoring! Isaac was basically replaced by newby Innis. Gordon was more natural and Ross got hot.

    If the league somehow starts the second half at 0-0 to create interest, Orlando is a playoff team.

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