• Stephen Curry - G - Golden State Warriors

    Stephen Curry will not be at the upcoming Team USA minicamp.

    Curry will be spending time with his family instead, and it's an easy call as he has a newborn son. It's not like he'd be on the roster bubble, either. If Curry wants to play in the 2020 games he'll be there. A little extra rest should do some good as well, as he played another lengthy season and missed chunks of time with injuries. Curry will be an elite, top-5 selection in fantasy drafts again next season.

    Source: ESPN

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  • Malcolm Brogdon - G - Milwaukee Bucks

    Malcolm Brogdon (partial right plantar fascia tear) is out for at least Game 1 and Game 2 against the Celtics and will be reevaluated afterward.

    With Brogdon out, Sterling Brown, Pat Connaughton, George Hill and Tony Snell will continue to handle the bulk of the minutes at shooting guard in the meantime.

    Source: Matt Velazquez on Twitter

  • Monty Williams - Team - Philadelphia Sixers

    The Suns’ officials will travel to Toronto on Friday to meet with the franchise’s top coaching candidate, Sixers assistant Monty Williams.

    Williams has a busy schedule lined up with interviews scheduled with the Suns and Lakers in addition to a second-round playoff series with the Raptors to prepare for. As the battle for Williams’ services heats up, it would be a shocker if he isn’t announced as a new head coach within the next week.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Nerlens Noel - F/C - Oklahoma City Thunder

    Nerlens Noel was coy when asked about his $1.99 million player option, saying he's going to let his agent figure that out.

    Noel had a decent bounce-back season in limited minutes off the bench for the Thunder. After playing in a career-high 77 games and proving he was healthy coming off an injury-plagued 2017-2018 season, Noel should be able to make more money in free agency.

    Source: Brett Dawson on Twitter

  • Andre Roberson - G/F - Oklahoma City Thunder

    Andre Roberson said during his exit interview, that he’s been “making great progress” and is on track to be ready for training camp.

    This is encouraging news for Roberson who missed the last year and a half with the patellar injury after taking a wicked fall. Roberson will have to prove his health this fall before he becomes an option for fantasy teams, but the Thunder have to be thrilled to hear this news about their defensive stopper.

    Source: Brett Dawson on Twitter

  • Monty Williams - Team - Philadelphia Sixers

    The Lakers are sending a host of prominent figures including Jeanie Buss, GM Rob Pelinka, COO Tim Harris, Joey Buss, Jesse Buss, and Kurt and Linda Rambis to meet with Monty Williams for his second interview.

    Both Williams and Tyronn Lue are the presumed favorites to land the Lakers head coaching vacancy. With Williams' name heating up within open positions around the league, the Lakers decided to send everyone his way for the second interview. This interview should be telling as to which direction the leagues coaching carousel goes in.

    Source: Bill Oram on Twitter

  • Steven Adams - C - Oklahoma City Thunder

    Steven Adams said that he is focused on improving his current role this summer and not expanding his game, unless the team asks him to.

    This is notable for a few reasons as the league's big men continue to evolve into the stretch-five territory. Adams has been a steady presence in the paint for the Thunder the past few seasons and will look to improve on the 13.9 points, 9.5 rebounds, 1.0 block, 1.5 steals average line he posted this past season.

    Source: Brett Dawson on Twitter

  • Raymond Felton - G - Oklahoma City Thunder

    Speaking at the exit interview, Raymond Felton said he loves everything about being with the Thunder and would welcome a reunion, and that he wants to work with Terrance Ferguson to help him become a more versatile scorer.

    Felton will be 35 in June and doesn't offer much beyond a steady veteran presence these days. With the Thunder's 2019-2020 cap already at a projected NBA high $147 million heading into the offseason, there might not be many better options at filling the roster than resigning Felton. We'll see what magic Sam Presti can create this summer.

    Source: Brett Dawson on Twitter

  • Nikola Vucevic - C - Orlando Magic

    Speaking at the exit interview, Nikola Vucevic said that it's too early to know where he will play next season, and it will be a mutual decision between him and management on if he stays with the Magic.

    Vucevic didn't reveal his hand, but the Magic's season just ended on Tuesday, so there hasn't been much time to think about the future. There figures to be no shortage of suitors for Vooch's services this summer as he made his first all-star team by putting up career numbers virtually across the board and got the Magic back into the playoffs.

    Source: John Denton on Twitter

  • Ricky Rubio - G - Utah Jazz

    Speaking at the exit interview on Thursday Ricky Rubio said, "I honestly have no idea. … It depends on a lot of things. … I'm gonna look for the best situation for me with the coach and the team…"

    Earlier in the interview, Rubio mentioned how the trade rumors that were leaked got to him. We'll have to wait and see how the market shapes up in the offseason, but it's possible that Rubio could be wearing a new jersey come next fall.

    Source: Eric Walden on Twitter

  • Semi Ojeleye - F - Boston Celtics

    Celtics' forward Semi Ojeleye has taken his training up a notch in preparation for his looming battle with Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Bucks in their upcoming second-round series, and his teammates have noticed.

    Ojeleye hasn't played much this season, but he and the team know that he matches up to Giannis the best physically. If the Celtics want to advance to the Eastern Conference Finals, they'll need to get productive minutes from Ojelyeye. Buckle up, this series is going to be exciting.

    Source: NBC Sports