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https://plus.google.com/100329949647416700698 All Around Cleveland Fan : Griff is turning Jordan McRae, Mike Dunleavy, Mo Williams and Birdman into Kyle Korver, Derrick Williams...
Griff is turning Jordan McRae, Mike Dunleavy, Mo Williams and Birdman into Kyle Korver, Derrick Williams, Deron Williams and Andrew Bogut.....

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https://plus.google.com/108526309189321125489 NBA Scouting Live : Trade Deadline Day part II: Minor Deals Yesterday on February 23rd, there was so much movement at the...
Trade Deadline Day part II: Minor Deals

Yesterday on February 23rd, there was so much movement at the NBA trade deadline that I will not go in chronological order of what happened, but instead, I will lump some cases together in one post, and grade teams’ performance in these trades.

Time will tell to see if I’m right or wrong, about how these moves pan out for them, but here is my take on various trades involving players such as Roy Hibbert, K.J. McDaniels, Tyler Ennis, and Mike Scott, as well as picks and cash that were also involved in these deals.

Case #11: The Houston Rockets trade K.J. McDaniels to the Brooklyn Nets to receive roughly a $3 million cap exception.

The Rundown:

K.J. McDaniels (Going to Brooklyn)

McDaniels received a lot of playing time when he was a rookie with Philadelphia, and the athletic swingman showed the promise to excel as a two-way player. But afterwards, he was stapled to the end of the bench, as playing time was sparse for him in Houston.

He is an athletic scorer that has played average defense in the NBA, though he has no discernible specialty that he brings to teams at the moment. But there could be a golden opportunity for him in Brooklyn, and if he is able to get considerable playing time, that could be beneficial to his career in this league.

Cash (Going to Houston)

This will likely help Houston save room to sign free agents either to bolster their team this year or next year. They were not playing McDaniels that much, and therefore this is not a bad return on their investment.

Initial Trade Grade for Brooklyn: C+

Initial Trade Grade for Houston: C+

Advantage: Push

Brooklyn acquires a young player with some upside, and Houston frees up room to sign an extra free agent, as they can make a push to sign Andrew Bogut (if he gets bought out by Philly), Deron Williams, or someone else. Next case.

Case #12: Denver Nuggets acquire Roy Hibbert, as they send a protected 2019 2nd Round Pick to the Milwaukee Bucks.

The Rundown:

Roy Hibbert (Going to Denver)

Borrowing info from my old post about him in the Hibbert, Hawes, Miles Plumlee trade, I will proceed to recycle that information to describe his skills, since he did not in fact play a game for Milwaukee due to being out with a knee injury.

He is a former 2-time All-Star that has rapidly been on the decline. He is a good inside scorer, and he is a good shot blocker that can swat shots to protect the paint. But he posted a subpar rebounding rate for a big man, and he is quite foul prone. He posted a very good O-rating, and a decent D-rating, and a mediocre PER.

Protected 2019 2nd Round Pick (Going to Milwaukee)

Milwaukee gets another asset, as they may be able to add another good player, or they can trade this in the offseason to get something of value. It may be vague as to what exactly the protections on this pick are.

Initial Trade Grade for Denver: C+

Initial Trade Grade for Milwaukee: C

Advantage: Denver

Though Roy Hibbert is hurt, Denver adds a quality backup center that could aid them in their playoff push. Milwaukee gets to add a resource in another draft pick, and the Bucks have a ton of big men on their roster as is, so playing time for Hibbert may not have been as much as he may get when he returns from injury to suit up for Denver.

Case #13: Los Angeles Lakers acquire Tyler Ennis, as they send Marcelo Huertas to Houston, who later waives him.

The Rundown:

Tyler Ennis (Going to the LA Lakers)

He is a young, third-year point guard that has sparsely played for Houston this season. He has slowly been looking to improve his three-point shot, and Ennis is a pass-first point guard that will look to set up others. Ennis also rebounds fairly well for a player his size.

However, he Is still not very efficient as a scorer on the floor, and he can be turnover and foul prone. He has rated as a below average offensive and defensive player when he was on the court so far as a player in the NBA. But as he will be going to the Lakers, this will provide Ennis with the opportunity to get ample playing time, as this could benefit him and help give his career a boost in this league.

Marcelo Huertas (Received, then waived by Houston)

He is a pass-first point guard that will look for his teammates first when he is on the court. However, he does not shoot the ball very well, and he has struggled to do much else at an NBA level. As he is a fringe roster candidate for the NBA and may be in the decline as he is approaching his mid-30s, Huertas could likely end up going back overseas to finish his playing career.

For the Rockets, clearing a roster spot gives them another player that they could add to aid them in their push to try to get another title back to their city.

Initial Trade Grade for Houston: C+

Initial Trade Grade for Los Angeles Lakers: C+

Advantage: Push

For Houston, this frees up cap space and a roster spot, which can allow them to sign a free agent this year, such as Andrew Bogut (if he gets bought out), or Deron Williams, or someone else, or they can parlay that into next season to sign someone else.

For the Los Angeles Lakers, they will be looking to keep their pick, as they will try hard to prevent Philly from getting a lottery pick out from under them (due to a previous trade agreement they made involving conditions). Also, they add a young point guard that will get a chance to develop his skills at the NBA level, as Ennis has a chance to prove his worth in this league.

Case #14: The Phoenix Suns send cash to the Atlanta Hawks to receive forward Mike Scott.

The Rundown:

Mike Scott (Going to Phoenix)

Last year, Scott was a solid role player for Atlanta, as he was making threes, passing the ball well, scoring efficiently, and played good defense for the Hawks. All was good for the Threegional Manager.

But then this season, he surprisingly fell out of the team’s rotation, as he has seen a drastic dip in his overall production, as he has played well below average on offense this year.

And due to the amount of depth among the wing players in Atlanta, there was just not enough playing time for Scott. Mike Scott may be at the crossroads of his career, as he is having his worst season yet, though he has not season regular playing time this year, but a trade to Phoenix could potentially revive his career.

Cash (Going to Atlanta)

The Atlanta Hawks get to free up a roster spot, and they will get cash, as this will allow them to sign a free agent this year, next year, or they can use it to spend more money on their own players in the offseason.

Initial Trade Grade for Phoenix: C

Initial Trade Grade for Atlanta: C

Advantage: Push

Atlanta gets to free up a roster spot and cap space to potentially go after a free agent this year, or they could wait to sign a player in the offseason. Phoenix adds a veteran that can be an effective role player if he gets regular playing time, and they did not have to trade away a draft pick in the process to get him.

Update:

Rumor has it that Mike Scott will be waived, as the Phoenix Suns plan to sign Ronnie Price for the rest of the season, according to Doug Haller of AZ Central Sports.

Forgotten Case #1 (Deal Not Made on Trade Deadline Day)

Case #15: 2nd Mo Williams Trade of the 2016-17 Season

I briefly forgot, that Mo Williams was not only involved in Cleveland’s deal for Korver, but he was also traded yet again, this time by Atlanta with cash considerations to Denver for the rights to Cenk Akyol and to get a $2.2 million trade exception.

The Rundown:

Mo Williams (To Denver, Later Waived by Them)
A former one-time NBA All-Star, Mo Wiliams has not played this season as he is unofficially retired.

Cash Considerations (To Denver)

This gave Denver more money to spend on their own players, or on free agents.

Cenk Akyol (Rights Dealt to Atlanta)
A former second round draft pick whose rights have been passed around by a bund of teams.

$2.2 million trade exception (Traded to Atlanta)

This gave Denver more money to pursue higher contract players in trades.

Initial Trade Grade for Atlanta: C

Initial Trade Grade for Denver: C

Advantage: Push

This trade was an extremely minor one, as it was a blip on the map deal that was made due to basically, cap shenanigans. The 2nd Mo Williams deal actually was not made on trade deadline day, but I included here because I forgot to write about it the first time, and it does count as one of the minor deals made between two NBA teams.

Forgotten Case #2 (Deal Also Not Made on Trade Deadline Day):

Case #16: Swapping of 1st Round Picks
Cleveland makes a trade to Portland, as the Cavaliers received their 2018 protected 1st round pick back, and Portland receives Cleveland’s 2017 1st round pick.

Grades for both teams: C
Advantage: Push
Likely Impact on the NBA: Minimal

Thanks to Basketball-Reference as a reference, as it was a resource in helping me gauge at the value of players obtained in trades. There will be two more posts regarding trades on deadline day, so stay tuned for that.


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https://plus.google.com/108526309189321125489 NBA Scouting Live : Trade Deadline III: Oklahoma City and Chicago Make a Deal, Involving Doug McDermott and Taj Gibson ...
Trade Deadline III: Oklahoma City and Chicago Make a Deal, Involving Doug McDermott and Taj Gibson

Case #18: On February 23rd, 2017, the Chicago Bulls traded away Doug McDermott, Taj Gibson, and a 2018 2nd round pick to the Oklahoma City Thunder for Cameron Payne, Joffrey Lauvergne, and Anthony Morrow.

The Rundown:

Doug McDermott (to Oklahoma City)

He is a tall, 6-8 forward that can really shoot and score the basketball. Shooting is his specialty, and McDermott can provide plenty of that. He is a good offensive player that can also pass the basketball.

But he may be quite limited as an overall player, as he has neither rebounded nor defended well in this league yet, and he is only an above average athlete at best. But his floor spacing could be very beneficial to Oklahoma City this season and in future years, especially in the playoffs.

Taj Gibson (to Oklahoma City)

He is a very athletic big man that has been an efficient inside scorer, and he also is a good rebounder and defender, as he can defend opponents out on the perimeter as well as in the post.

Gibson can make back much of what Ibaka brought them last year, maybe except he may not be nearly the floor spacer or shot blocker that Ibaka was. But still, this gives Oklahoma City another player that can defend a variety of positions, and Gibson can be another solid big man that can add depth and talent to their roster in Oklahoma City’s quest to compete for a championship.

2018 2nd Round Pick (to Oklahoma City)

This is another asset for the Thunder, as they can potentially add a good player in the draft, or they can deal this in the offseason to get something of value.

Cameron Payne (to Chicago)

Once a prized draft pick of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Payne was projected to be a solid shooter in the form of a Mo Williams type of player in the NBA. While he may still have that potential, Payne has simply not played very well in his first two years in the league, as he has also struggled to get consistent playing time.

Payne may be roughly a league average defender that can get steals for his team, but he is also foul prone. He may only be an above average playmaker, and he has really struggled to shoot the basketball at the NBA level.

It’s uncertain if he will get minutes in Chicago, considering that they have Rondo, Jerian Grant, Isaiah Canaan, Michael Carter-Williams all competing for minutes at the point, so the acquisition of Payne to the Bulls may not do much for his career.

Joffrey Lauvergne (to Chicago)

He is an athletic, offensive-minded big man that can score the basketball in a variety of ways. He is an active finisher around the basket, and he can also score in the post, off the dribble, and he has significantly improved his three-point shot. Plus, he can also grab some rebounds to help his team.

However, he does not block many shots, which is puzzling considering his size and athletic ability, and he has been a below average defensive player in the NBA. Lauvergne may be perhaps a similar player to both Nikola Mirotic and Bobby Portis, but acquiring him could mean that the Bulls may be duplicating the types of big men they have on their roster.

Anthony Morrow (to Chicago)

He is a shooting specialist that has been having a down year with Oklahoma City prior to this trade. As Morrow is starting to enter his mid-30s, he may end up in the twilight of his career.

But even though he may not add much on the boards or the defensive end, Morrow has been a solid shooter and offensive player for years. The Bulls need shooting, and they are hoping for Morrow to bounce back and return to form to make this trade salvageable for them.

Initial Trade Grade for Chicago: D+

Initial Trade Grade for Oklahoma City: B+

Advantage: Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City appears to have the clear advantage in coming away with players, a pick, and a roster spot in the trade they made with Chicago. McDermott will add another shooter to the Thunder’s roster, and he can play both forward positions. Gibson is a rim protector that can also guard opponents out on the perimeter, and he can make back much of what Ibaka provided them last year.

For Chicago…it is not certain how this trade helps them. They added quantity, but likely not quality in terms of players they received back. The Bulls add a third-string point guard on a roster that is chalk full of point guards, an offensive-minded, floor spacing backup big man on a team that already has those, as well as an aging shooter.

But they lose a shooter that has the potential to be either a solid starter or 6th man in the NBA, as well as one of the NBA’s more underrated defensive players in Taj Gibson.

An underrated component in this trade, is that in trading 3 players to get 2 players and a pick, this frees up a roster spot for the Thunder to go after a free agent that may be bought out by a team this season, as that could help bolster the Thunder’s chances to go far in the playoffs this year.

So anyway you chalk this up, unless if Chicago’s players play far better than they have this season, most likely Oklahoma City will have come out the best among the teams that participated in making this deal on this day.

Thanks to Basketball-Reference as a reference, as it was a resource in helping me gauge at the value of players obtained in trades. Stay tuned for the next trade made regarding P.J. Tucker, Jared Sullinger, and picks, as that trade was between Toronto and Phoenix.

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https://plus.google.com/116639662931021196602 DeShawn jones : Six years ago today Cleveland Cavaliers acquire: Baron Davis, 2011 first-round pick (became Kyrie Irving...
Six years ago today

Cleveland Cavaliers acquire: Baron Davis, 2011 first-round pick (became Kyrie Irving)

Los Angeles Clippers acquire: Jamario Moon, Mo Williams

The Clippers wanted to get rid of Davis' contract, so they traded unprotected first-round pick with Davis to the Cavs for Mo Williams who Los Angeles viewed as an "All-Star-caliber" player because he'd just made an All-Star appearance with LeBron James.
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https://plus.google.com/116192441137930509658 Kola Mapt : One day after sending their 2017 first-round draft pick to the Portland Trail Blazer's for their 2018...
One day after sending their 2017 first-round draft pick to the Portland Trail Blazer's for their 2018 first-round draft pick (which Cleveland originally sent to Portland along with Anderson Varejao), the Cleveland Cavaliers have executed a trade with the Atlanta Hawks for sharp-shooter Kyle Korver.

In exchange for Kyle Korver, Cleveland sent Mo Williams (who hasn't filed his retirement paperwork yet), Mike Dunleavy, and a 2019 first-round draft pick to Atlanta.

#NBA #Cavaliers #Hawks
Cleveland Cavaliers acquire Kyle Korver in trade with Atlanta Hawks

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https://plus.google.com/109878881041893598261 Prophet 平和の愛と繁栄 : Mo Williams a pretty good singer
Mo Williams a pretty good singer
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https://plus.google.com/113762280961153260757 TheReaper 5877 : Mo Williams doing his thing 👌
Mo Williams doing his thing 👌 
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https://plus.google.com/111247887472101869240 Razu Ahmed : “If You Ever Find Yourself In The Wrong Story, Leave.” – Mo Williams
“If You Ever Find Yourself In The Wrong Story, Leave.”

– Mo Williams
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https://plus.google.com/112854428205017285020 dan t : LeBron > Jordan This is a long post, you can skim over or read through, forgive I wanted to put everything...
LeBron > Jordan

This is a long post, you can skim over or read through, forgive I wanted to put everything out for this.

At first I was thinking about since with the idea that both sides are arguable and I'm just making the case for LBJ. But looking at it closely, I'm gonna go as far as to say it's a fact LeBron is better. Here's why I say this.

Scoring
These two players are both top 5 scorers of all time, with Michael Jordan having a case for being the greatest scorer of all time. Michael Jordan is a better scorer, as while he is not as efficient as LeBron (Lower eFG% and TS%), he is close in that regard and scores in much higher quantities. 33 PPG for Jordan's playoff career and 30.1 PPG for his regular season career pushes him over LeBron. The gap is not too large, LeBron through ≈180 playoff games (Jordan played 179) averaged 28.2 ppg on identical efficiency, with 27.1 PPG for his regular season career on a better efficiency. (Better eFG% and TS%). Jordan takes this category by a solid margin.

That's where I started my thinking and what had lead me to believe that it's a fair/even two way argument. But I continued on and that changed.

Rebounds and Playmaking
With LeBron being taller, heavier, and just larger overall, you'd already assume he's a better rebounder. The fact that he averages more rebounds Per Game, Per36, and Per100, solidifies that and makes it a closed debate in LeBron's favor.

When it comes to playmaking, LeBron once again is the answer. It's his defining quality, what separates him from so many other greats. He has some of a greatest court vision we've ever seen, and is an extremely accurate passer. For his career he averages more assists Per Game, Per36, Per100, and has more overall. LeBron averages over 7 assists for his career while Michael Jordan averaged 7+ assists only one time in his career, and 6+ assists only three times in his career. LeBron takes both rebounding and playmaking by a country mile.

Defense
One thing I've always held is that a perimeter defender, a guard or wing can't be as impactful as a PF or Center. Since 2012, LeBron has played the Power Forward role almost primarily and played it 100% in the last 3 Miami years. In those year many believe he was robbed of the 2013 DPOY award, and he was undoubtedly a top 3 defender at the worst. Simply more impactful than Jordan ever could have been during that stretch. The stats show that same effect, as LeBron has a better Defensive Rating and DBPM, both by a solid margin. One advantage Jordan had was steals, but in his era, it was easier to get steals. For example. in 1997, 12 players averaged 2 SPG. In 2010, 2 players averaged 2 SPG. Rules like handchecks allowed the defender to play more physically, causing more turnovers. Defense goes to LeBron James.

Leading a Team
His ability to create for his teammates and elevate their play has given him the ability to be successful without he support of any stars through long stretches of his career. At the age of 21, he lead a 50 win Cavaliers team with Ilgauskas and Drew Gooden as his only teammates averaging 10 PPG. That same year, he took the 64 win Pistons with Ben Wallace to 7 games averaging a 27/6/9 line on 44% to end his first playoff run. The next year he lead the same team to the same record and an NBA Finals. (Granted, through a depleted Conference) Years later, 2009 and 2010, LeBron would win 66 and 61 games respectively, with his best teammate being Mo Williams. Along with all of that, he had one of the greatest Finals of all time in 2015, winning 2 games against the Champion Warriors without Kyrie Irving or Kevin Love. So though he wasn't winning titles, he was leading role players to amazing heights that Jordan never did.

In comparison, Jordan had Orlando Woolridge averaging more than any 2003-10 LeBron teammate with 22.9 PPG in '85 and 20.7 PPG in '86. Jordan was 1-6 and eliminated in the first round both years. Didn't pass the first round until Pippen was drafted, and even then only made it the the second round. Jordan does not make the Finals and beat Detroit until 1991 where Pippen averaged 18 PPG in the regular season and 22 PPG in the ECF. LeBron dominates this category.

Championships
The end all be all to most. Competition is the most important thing to me. Jordan has never been on a team favored to lose in any NBA Finals. Jordan has never faced a Finals team considered to be as great as his own. The best teams he faced were the 1992-93 Phoenix Suns and the 1996-97 Jazz. Both were not favored against the Bulls regardless of their star power and struggled to win games, as neither team beat Chicago by more than 10 at any point. LeBron teams have been the considered  underdog in 5 of his 7 appearances. By facing the 2016 Warriors and 2014 Spurs. He played 2 of the greatest teams ever in the Finals. LeBrons level of competition was always higher, his worst opponent was 2012 OKC, who's arguably better than any Chicago Bull Finals opponent. This could go either way.

So other than scoring, its hard to argue for Jordan anywhere. You could try to use rings, but it is a team accomplishment and MJ had weaker Finals competition. In terms of pure basketball ability, LeBron takes the throne.
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https://plus.google.com/104716418466013395274 Iain Meddicks (Crazy Pellas) : #CheckOut New Single: Vic & Mo - True Meaning Of Love Vic & Mo Williams just released their latest ...
#CheckOut New Single: Vic & Mo - True Meaning Of Love

Vic & Mo Williams just released their latest single "True Meaning of Love", check it out the video and single below!



WATCH & LISTEN: http://crz.bz/2lFhnGC

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Watch the video: True Meaning Of Love💕
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Download on Spotify, iTunes, and everywhere good music is sold-Producer:Aaron Wiggins
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https://plus.google.com/110643615453215817020 Derrick Gahitira : Mo Williams has finally cleared waivers with the Denver Nuggets saving more than $1 million. The Nuggets...
Mo Williams has finally cleared waivers with the Denver Nuggets saving more than $1 million. The Nuggets waived Williams and was claimed by the Philadelphia 76ers who subsequently waived him and was claimed by Denver before being waived again. Williams…
Mo Williams Finally Clears Waivers.
Mo Williams has finally cleared waivers with the Denver Nuggets saving more than $1 million. The Nuggets waived Williams and was claimed by the Philadelphia 76ers who subsequently waived him and wa…
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The Nuggets have signed Johnny O’Bryant to a 10-Day after waiving Mo Williams for a the second time.  Nuggets PR: Denver, Jan. 26, 2017 – The Denver Nuggets have signed forward Johnny O’Bryant to a 10-day contract, General Manager and Executive Vice…
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The Nuggets have signed Johnny O'Bryant to a 10-Day after waiving Mo Williams for a the second time. Nuggets PR: Denver, Jan. 26, 2017 – The Denver Nuggets have signed forward Johnny O’Bryant to a 10-day contract, General Ma...
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The #76ers claimed Mo Williams off waivers from the #Nuggets for $2.2M, then waived him. The Nuggets claimed Mo Williams again and then waived him once more. #NBA
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How Mo Williams Has Been on 4 Different Teams This Month While Sitting on His Couch
I’m sure many in the NBA community assumed Mo Williams was just floundering around somewhere on the Cleveland Cavaliers bench. The veteran point guard, who has played zero games this season after deciding to retire, has been on four different teams, despite...
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https://plus.google.com/116052770095881172547 Renwyck Saludares :

The Nuggets claimed Mo Williams only to waive him again; Johnny O'Byrant to sign with the Nuggets for a 10-day contract
The Denver Nuggets claimed Mo Williams again, but is intending to waive him off, again. This is the second time that Mo Williams will be a part of the Denver Nuggets after waiving him on the same season.
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Cavaliers Get Kyle Korver in Trade With Atlanta Hawks :::: #NBA
The Cleveland Cavaliers acquired sharp-shooter Kyle Korver in a trade with the Atlanta Hawks this week. The team picked up Korver, in exchange for Mike Dunleavy, guard Mo Williams and a protected future first-round draft pick, both teams announced Saturday ...
Cavaliers Get Kyle Korver in Trade With Atlanta Hawks :::: #NBA
The Cleveland Cavaliers acquired sharp-shooter Kyle Korver in a trade with the Atlanta Hawks this week. The team picked up Korver, in exchange for Mike Dunleavy, guard Mo Williams and a protected future first-round draft pick...
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#MoWilliams has had more employers this week than corporate stiffs have in a lifetime.
This Mo Williams Thing is Pretty Funny
ESPN - The Mo Williams saga continued Monday when the Denver Nuggets claimed the veteran guard off waivers just days after releasing him, ESPN.com has learned. The Nuggets put in a Monday afterno...
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The Denver Nuggets will sign Johnny O’Bryant to a 10-day contract. O’Bryant has been playing for the Northern Arizona Suns of the D-League. Denver will waive Mo Williams to create a roster spot for O’Bryant. via Nuggets To Sign Johnny O’Bryant To 10-Day…
Nuggets To Sign Johnny O’Bryant To 10-Day Contract.
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