• Karl-Anthony Towns - F/C - Minnesota Timberwolves

    Karl-Anthony Towns delivered a full line before fouling out on Thursday with 26 points, 12 rebounds, four assists, a steal and three 3-pointers.

    Towns went 9-for-15 from the floor and has looked unstoppable whenever he's on the floor, but he was a victim of the Stifle Tower in the fourth quarter. He committed a flagrant foul on Donovan Mitchell and committed his sixth foul on an offensive charge a couple plays after. He was visibly bothered by Rudy Gobert and wasn't able to finish the game off the way he wanted to, but the fantasy goods were still there and the knee looks fine.

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  • TJ Warren - F - Phoenix Suns

    SportsNet New York's Ian Begley is reporting the Mavs are among teams interested in acquiring the Suns' T.J. Warren via trade.

    Begley also reports the Suns are open to moving both Warren and Josh Jackson. Both Warren and Jackson have been recently included in trade rumors over the past few weeks, so there is some traction to the reports from several outlets. With many young assets and teams kicking the tires, it won't be surprising if the Suns re-tool a little bit.

    Source: Ian Begley on Twitter

  • Jahlil Okafor - C - New Orleans Pelicans

    ESPN's Malika Andrews is reporting the Pelicans will exercise Jahlil Okafor's team option for the 2019-2020 season.

    Okafor is due just $1.7 million next season, so this was an easy call. According to Andrews, the Pels staff is impressed by Okafor's work ethic and progress on defense. David Griffin could be in the middle of rebuilding something special in New Orleans. With so many assets, they are just getting started.

    Source: Malika Andrews on Twitter

  • Aron Baynes - F/C - Boston Celtics

    ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting the Celtics are actively shopping Aron Baynes.

    Baynes recently exercised his $5.9 million player option for the 2019-2020 season, but the Celtics would like to open up more cap space. As the Celtics are rumored to lose Kyrie Irving and Al Horford to free agency, they need more money to play with when June 30th rolls around to kick off free agency. Baynes is a solid center off the bench and relatively cheap, so expect a move in the coming days.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Stephen Curry - Team - Golden State Warriors

    ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting the Warriors are sending $1.3 million in cash and a 2024 second-rounder to the Hawks in exchange for the No. 41 overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft.

    With a team as cap-strapped (especially if KD stays) as the Warriors, second-rounders become very important. Whoever the Warriors draft could potentially become a rotational player. As we saw in the NBA Finals, the Warriors could use some depth and this player could see significant minutes depending on the circumstances. The Warriors have been very good with late selections, so it will be interesting to see what player they chase with the pick.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Aaron Holiday - G - Indiana Pacers

    Aaron Holiday is in demand when the Pacers are discussing trades with other teams prior to Thursday's draft.

    Holiday is one of the five players under contract for the Pacers that averaged over 10 minutes per game last season, so he is definitely one of the primary assets on their roster. We could see Holiday on another team come Thursday night or sometime during this offseason as the Pacers could look to make a home run move.

    Source: IndyStar

  • Jon Leuer - F - Detroit Pistons

    The Pistons have agreed to give the Bucks Jon Leuer for Tony Snell and the 30th pick in the 2019 NBA Draft on Wednesday night.

    The Pistons now own two picks in the first round, but they take on Tony Snell's contract for this season and next season. The Pistons are stuck in the middle of the Eastern Conference right now, so they are trying to acquire picks hoping that they can find a gem that will lift their franchise.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Tony Snell - G - Milwaukee Bucks

    The Bucks have agreed to trade Tony Snell to the Pistons for Jon Leuer on Wednesday night.

    The Pistons will also receive the 30th pick in the first round of Thursday’s draft. The Bucks made it clear that they were trying to trade Snell and Ersan Ilyasova, so they have accomplished half of their goal. The Bucks save $4 million in salary this season and no longer have Snell’s $12 million on the books for the 2020-21 season.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • R.J Barrett - G - College

    The New Orleans Pelicans are looking to assemble a package to get themselves the 2nd overall pick in the draft so that they can draft R.J Barrett before the Knicks can according to Peter Vecsey of the New York Post.

    This potential deal would hinge on convincing the Grizzlies to pass up on Ja Morant, a seemingly unlikely move seeing how they just traded Mike Conley with no PG coming back in return. With all the assets in their arsenal it’s certainly feasible that the Pelicans could find a way to make this work, but as of now it seems like a steep mountain to overcome.

    Source: Peter Vecsey on Twitter

  • Romeo Langford - G - College

    Romeo Langford said that his right thumb surgery recovery is ‘going good’ and that he expects to be ready to go for Summer League.

    The injury was never thought of being anything serious so this is right about where his recovery should be expected. Following a rough shooting season, the 19 year old guard has seen his draft value fluctuate a good amount since the beginning of the year, going from a sure-fire top 10 pick to floating around as a mid-first rounder. Still, he possesses solid two-way potential and could see some early playing time depending on the situation he lands in.

    Source: Scott Agness on Twitter

  • Dejounte Murray - G - San Antonio Spurs

    Meeting with reporters on Wednesday, Dejounte Murray said he has begun 4-on-4 scrimmages and expressed confidence that he will be ready for training camp.

    Murray seems to be on course to meet the timetable he was hit with after tearing his ACL a year ago. The young guard still figures to play a prominent role with the Spurs when he is able to suit up and should still carry some of that luster of fantasy potential that he carried at the beginning of last season. We'd like to see how he looks in the preseason before sounding off the hype alarms again but he could be a productive, top-70 type of guy once he returns to full speed.

    Source: San Antonio Express-News