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Ben Wallace from 2001-2006 was UNREAL!

2001–02: 7.6 PPG / 13.0 REB / 1.7 STL / 3.5 BLK
2002–03: 6.9 PPG / 15.4 REB / 1.4 STL / 3.2 BLK
2003–04: 9.5 PPG / 12.4 REB / 1.8 STL / 3.0 BLK
2004–05: 9.7 PPG / 12.2 REB / 1.4 STL / 2.4 BLK
2005–06: 7.3 PPG / 11.3 REB / 1.8 STL / 2.2 BLK

In that span: 4-time DPOY, 4-time All-Star, 5 All-NBA Teams, 5 All NBA Defensive Teams, 2-time rebounding leader, blocks leader.
 
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The NBA’s Board of Governors has voted to approve the league’s 22-team format to restart the 2019-2020 season in Orlando.

NBA key dates:

  • Training camp: June 30, July 7 travel to Orlando
  • 2019-20 season: July 31
-Draft Lottery: August 25
-NBA Draft: October 15
  • Free agency: Oct. 18
  • 2020-21 targets: Nov. 10 training camp, Dec. 1 opening night (can remain fluid)

* Anthony Tolliver has agreed to a deal with the Memphis Grizzlies.

* The New York Knicks will interview Mike Brown for their head coaching position.

* The New York Knicks will also interview Jason Kidd for their head coaching position.
 
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* Kevin Love has donated $500,000 to mental health efforts by UCLA.

* The New York Knicks have requested and received permission to interview Lakers assistant coach, Jason Kidd for their head coaching vacancy.

* Seven active players is in the Top 10 in career field goal percentage:

Deandre Jordan - 66.94%
Rudy Gobert - 63.97%
Tyson Chandler - 59.66%
Steven Adams - 58.86%
Dwight Howard - 58.61%
Shaquille O' Neal - 58.23%
Artis Gilmore - 58.19%
Hassan Whiteside - 58.16%
Mark West - 58.03%
JaVale McGee - 57.46%


* Anthony Tolliver and the Memphis Grizzlies have a verbal agreement on a deal that can be finalized starting Tuesday, per Marc Stein.
 
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* Nikola Jokic tested positive for the coronavirus in Serbia last week and his return to the U.S. is temporarily delayed.

* Buddy Hield has tested positive for coronavirus.

* Alex Len has tested positive for coronavirus.

* Buddy Hield has tested positive for coronavirus.

* Jabari Parker has tested positive for coronavirus but will join the Kings in Orlando restart.

* Tyler Zeller has signed a deal with the San Antonio Spurs for the rest of the season.

* Malcolm Brogdon has tested positive for coronavirus.

* Tyler Johnson has agreed to a deal with the Brooklyn Nets.
 
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July 30 restart openers:
Jazz/Pelicans at 6:30 p.m. ET
Clippers/Lakers at 9 p.m. ET

July 31:
Orlando/Nets at 2:30 p.m. ET
Grizzlies/Blazers
Suns/Wizards
Celtics/Bucks
Kings/Spurs
Rockets/Mavericks at 9 p.m. ET
 
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Note :
ALL EASTERN TIME . . .

Season Restart Full Schedule:

Thursday, July 30:
Utah at New Orleans – 6:30 pm ET on TNT
L.A. Clippers at L.A. Lakers – 9 pm ET on TNT

Friday, July 31:
Orlando at Brooklyn – 2:30 pm ET
Memphis at Portland - 4 pm ET on NBATV
Phoenix at Washington - 4 pm ET
Boston at Milwaukee - 6:30 pm ET on ESPN
Sacramento at San Antonio - 8 pm ET
Houston at Dallas - 9 pm ET on ESPN

Saturday, August 1:
Miami at Denver - 1 pm ET on ESPN
Utah at Oklahoma City - 3:30 pm ET on ESPN
New Orleans at L.A. Clippers - 6 pm ET on ESPN
Philadelphia at Indiana - 7 pm ET
L.A. Lakers at Toronto - 8:30 pm ET on ESPN

Sunday, August 2:
Washington at Brooklyn - 2 pm ET
Portland at Boston - 3:30 pm ET on ABC
San Antonio at Memphis - 4 pm ET
Sacramento at Orlando - 6 pm ET on NBATV
Milwaukee at Houston - 8:30 pm ET on ABC
Dallas at Phoenix - 9 pm ET

Monday, August 3:
Toronto at Miami - 1:30 pm ET on NBATV
Denver at Oklahoma City - 4 pm ET on NBATV
Indiana at Washington - 4 pm ET
Memphis at New Orleans - 6:30 pm ET on ESPN
San Antonio at Philadelphia - 8 pm ET
L.A. Lakers at Utah - 9 pm ET on ESPN

Tuesday, August 4:
Brooklyn at Milwaukee - 1:30 pm ET on NBATV
Dallas at Sacramento - 2:30 pm ET
Phoenix at L.A. Clippers - 4 pm ET on NBATV
Orlando at Indiana - 6 pm ET
Boston at Miami - 6:30 pm ET on TNT
Houston at Portland - 9 pm ET on TNT

Wednesday, August 5:
Memphis at Utah - 2:30 pm ET
Philadelphia at Washington - 4 pm ET on NBATV
Denver at San Antonio - 4 pm ET
Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers - 6:30 pm ET on ESPN
Toronto at Orlando - 8 pm ET
Brooklyn at Boston - 9 pm ET on ESPN

Thursday, August 6:
New Orleans at Sacramento - 1:30 pm ET on NBATV
Miami at Milwaukee - 4 pm ET on TNT
Indiana at Phoenix - 4 pm ET
L.A. Clippers at Dallas - 6:30 pm ET on TNT
Portland at Denver - 8 pm ET
L.A. Lakers at Houston - 9 pm ET on TNT

Friday, August 7:
Utah at San Antonio - 1 pm ET
Oklahoma City at Memphis - 4 pm ET on NBATV
Sacramento at Brooklyn - 5 pm ET
Orlando at Philadelphia - 6:30 pm ET on TNT
Washington at New Orleans - 8 pm ET
Boston at Toronto - 9 pm ET on TNT

Saturday, August 8:
L.A. Clippers at Portland - 1 pm ET on TNT
Utah at Denver - 3:30 pm ET on TNT
L.A. Lakers at Indiana - 6 pm ET on TNT
Phoenix at Miami - 7:30 pm ET
Milwaukee at Dallas - 8:30 pm ET on ESPN

Sunday, August 9:
Washington at Oklahoma City - 12:30 pm ET
Memphis at Toronto - 2 pm ET
San Antonio at New Orleans - 3 pm ET on ABC
Orlando at Boston - 5 pm ET
Philadelphia at Portland - 6:30 pm ET on NBATV
Houston at Sacramento - 8 pm ET
Brooklyn at L.A. Clippers - 9 pm ET on NBATV

Monday, August 10:
Oklahoma City at Phoenix - 2:30 pm ET
Dallas at Utah - 3 pm ET on NBATV
Toronto at Milwaukee - 6:30 pm ET on ESPN
Indiana at Miami - 8 pm ET
Denver at L.A. Lakers - 9 pm ET on TNT

Tuesday, August 11:
Brooklyn at Orlando - 1 pm ET
Houston at San Antonio - 2 pm ET on NBATV
Phoenix at Philadelphia - 4:30 pm ET
Portland at Dallas - 5 pm ET
Boston at Memphis - 6:30 pm ET on TNT
New Orleans at Sacramento - 9 pm ET on TNT
Milwaukee at Washington - 9 pm ET

Wednesday, August 12:
Indiana at Houston - 4 pm ET on NBATV
Toronto at Philadelphia - 6:30 pm ET on ESPN
Miami at Oklahoma City - 8 pm ET
L.A. Clippers at Denver - 9 pm ET on ESPN

Thursday, August 13:
Washington at Boston - TBD
Portland at Brooklyn - TBD
Sacramento at L.A. Lakers - TBD
Milwaukee at Memphis - TBD
New Orleans at Orlando - TBD
Dallas at Phoenix - TBD
San Antonio at Utah - TBD

Friday, August 14:
Philadelphia at Houston - TBD
Miami at Indiana - TBD
Oklahoma City at L.A. Clippers - TBD
Denver at Toronto - TBD
 
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* Wilson Chandler is opting out of playing in Orlando when the season resumes.

* Justin Anderson will sign with the Brooklyn Nets.

* The Knicks have waived Allonzo Trier and have claimed Theo Pinson off waivers.

* Ryan Broekhoff has signed a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers.

* Mavericks center Willie Cauley-Stein has decided to sit out the resumed NBA season in Orlando.
The Mavericks have also signed Trey Burke for the rest of the season.
 
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NEWS :

* J.R. Smith has officially signed a deal with the Lakers.

* Jordan Bell has agreed to a two-year deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

* Justin Anderson will sign with the Brooklyn Nets.

* Cameron Payne has agreed to a two-year deal with the Phoenix Suns.

* DeAndre Jordan has tested positive for the coronavirus and will not join the Nets in Orlando.

* Spencer Dinwiddie has tested positive for coronavirus and has symptoms, creating doubt over his status for NBA restart.
 
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NEWS :

* The Houston Rockets will replace Thabo Sefolosha, who opted-out of the Orlando restart, with Luc Mbah a Moute.

* The NBA is closing in on signing off on a second “bubble” in Chicago for the eight teams that were not invited to play in Orlando.

* 9 more NBA players have tested positive for coronavirus. There is now a total of 25 positive cases out of 351 players who have been tested.

* J.R. Smith has officially signed a deal with the Lakers.
 
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* Patty Mills is donating his remaining NBA season salary of $1,017,818.54 to Black Lives Matter organizations. ✊🏿

* Jamal Crawford has agreed to a deal with the Brooklyn Nets.

* Taurean Prince has tested positive for the coronavirus and will sit out the NBA’s restart in Orlando.

* Luc Mbah a Moute has officially signed with the Houston Rockets.

* Bradley Beal will not play in restarted NBA season due to a shoulder injury.

* Landry Shamet has tested positive for the coronavirus.

* Victor Oladipo will sit out the rest of the season to come back healthy next season.
 
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