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Denver Nuggets forward Paul Millsap left with a sprained left wrist in the second quarter of the team’s 127-109 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers.

Millsap had X-rays, but Denver coach Mike Malone didn’t yet know the results.

Millsap is averaging 16.0 points, 6.3 rebounds and 3.2 assists in his first season with the Nuggets.

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New York Knicks president Steve Mills wrote a lengthy blog outlining his vision for the future of the club but made no mention of Knicks star Carmelo Anthony, whom New York is looking to trade.

“Our plan to become more youthful and athletic is underway with 22-year-old Kristaps Porzingis, the return of Tim Hardaway Jr., 25, Willy Hernangomez, 23, and with the debut of our 1st round draft pick, Frank Ntilikina, just 19,” Mills wrote in a blog on the Madison Square Garden website.

The Knicks have made it clear that they’d prefer to trade Anthony, who has a no-trade clause. The 32-year-old veteran has been willing to waive that clause, with his top priority as of earlier this month being a trade to the Houston Rockets, per league sources.

The Knicks and Rockets have been unable to come to an agreement after re-engaging on trade talks earlier this month, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Members of the Knicks organization are holding out hope that Anthony will widen his list of potential trade destinations as training camp approaches, per sources.

Mills said in July that the Knicks want to do what’s best for both the organization and for Anthony, acknowledging that the club had discussed trade scenarios involving the 10-time All-Star with other teams.

Mills also said then that the Knicks would be committed to building around a young core whether or not Anthony was on the team.

Anthony said this month that he was at “peace” with the uncertainty surrounding his situation in New York, and he was unsure if he’d be back with the club this season.

Mills wrote in his blog on Friday that the club would emphasize a selfless, defense-first approach going forward that will be led by younger players. He credited young players like Ntilikina, Porzingis and Hernangomez with recently changing the atmosphere around the Knicks, who have missed the playoffs for the past four seasons and have been the subject of embarrassing on and off-court storylines.

“We will emphasize ball movement, body movement, spacing and screening, while understanding that these changes will be a work in progress,” Mills wrote. “We may not be there at first, but that’s the brand of ball our players will aspire to fulfill.”

Mills then referenced the young group of Ntilikina, Porzingis, Haradaway Jr., Hernangomez and Ron Baker once again in his blog, writing: “These players, still young, intent on enhancing their games, engaged in a common objective, are already altering the atmosphere surrounding the club.”
In his blog, Mills echoed many of the thoughts he presented during a press conference in July introducing general manager Scott Perry. The entry is worth reading for Knicks fans interested in hearing how the new regime plans to approach team building.

Mills wrote that the Knicks would be committed to restoring “the pride, work ethic and accountability that comes with playing in New York.”

“Dogged defense. Crisp, unselfish ball movement. Scraping for loose balls. These will be our hallmarks,” he added.

It seems like a sound rebuilding plan for a franchise that has been plagued by instability since the turn of the century, winning just one playoff series in the past 17 years.

The Knicks in the past have been guilty of chasing after big names rather than committing to a slow, painful rebuild. Will the club under Mills be different? Based on what he wrote on Friday, that seems to be the plan. We’ll find out soon enough if it can be executed.

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The 2017 NBA rookie class is bullish on Dallas Mavericks guard Dennis Smith Jr.

In a survey of 39 rookies conducted by NBA.com, Smith was voted most likely to win Rookie of the Year.

Smith, the No. 9 draft pick, received 25.7 percent of the vote, while No. 2 pick Lonzo Ball received 20 percent and top pick Markelle Fultz received 17.1 percent.

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Smith impressed scouts — and his fellow rookies, apparently — with standout athleticism and explosiveness in the Las Vegas Summer League, where he averaged 17.8 points per game. He figures to play significant minutes in his first NBA season.

It’s worth noting that this poll doesn’t have a strong history of predicting the eventual award winner. The players surveyed have correctly predicted the Rookie of the Year just once since 2007; Kevin Durant won the award that season. Last season, then-Minnesota Timberwolves guard Kris Dunn (now with the Chicago Bulls) was predicted to win the award, which went to the Milwaukee Bucks’ Malcolm Brogdon.

Rookies were also asked to name their favorite player. Somewhat surprisingly, two-time MVP Stephen Curry didn’t receive a vote. The voting total for Durant, Curry’s Golden State Warriors teammate, decreased significantly from past surveys. Durant had been the rookies’ favorite player for the past three years, according to the survey.

This season it was LeBron James, followed by Russell Westbrook and Kawhi Leonard. This is only the second time in eight years that James was named the rookies’ favorite player; 2012 is the other.

In other voting categories, Utah’s Donovan Mitchell was voted as the “biggest steal” in the draft based on where he was selected. Mitchell, who was picked 13th by the Jazz, also played well in summer league, scoring 24 points per game.

Phoenix’s Josh Jackson was voted as the top defender in the rookie class. The Kansas standout received 26.3 percent of the vote, followed by Golden State’s Jordan Bell (23.7 percent) and Mitchell (21.1 percent).

Lastly, Ball and Boston’s Jayson Tatum were tied in the voting for the rookie most likely to have the best overall career. Jackson and Smith tied for third in the category.

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The New York Knicks and Houston Rockets have re-engaged on trade talks involving 10-time All-Star Carmelo Anthony, with the Rockets again canvassing third-team trade partners to construct a deal, league sources told ESPN.

Anthony remains steadfast that he only plans to waive his no-trade clause for the Rockets and refuses to expand his list to include more possible destinations, league sources said.

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Nevertheless, no pathway has emerged for a deal directly between the two teams, and finding a broader package to include forward Ryan Anderson and the three years and $60 million left on his contract remains problematic, league sources said.

Houston and New York made significant progress on a deal when Phil Jackson was Knicks president, but that changed with the hiring of new general manager Scott Perry, who has been far more particular about the package he’d want in return for Anthony.

The Knicks remain willing to start training camp with Anthony, 33, on the roster, and a real scenario exists in which the Rockets and Anthony remain patient that a deal could have to wait until the regular season is underway, league sources said. The Knicks want to trend younger, building around Kristaps Porzingis and Tim Hardaway Jr., and Anthony playing a significant role could stifle their development.

Houston wants Anthony to join a lineup with James Harden and Chris Paul primarily to make a run in the playoffs together, and an in-season deal could still give them ample time to build chemistry for the postseason. Anthony and Paul are close friends.

Portland has kept an interest in Anthony, with Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum continuing to recruit Anthony to consider the Blazers as an alternative to Houston, league sources said.

The Knicks have become willing again to make an Anthony deal before the start of training camp in September, especially after Anthony made it clear that the franchise’s hopes of getting him to embrace a return to the team — after months of Jackson’s pushing for Anthony to waive his no-trade — are fruitless.

The Knicks paused trade talks involving Anthony shortly after the hiring of Perry in mid-July, but they were unable to convince Anthony to reconsider his desire to be traded away — or add more teams to his wish list, league sources said.

Anthony had an earlier interest in waiving his no-trade for Cleveland, but that desire waned with Paul’s arrival in Houston and the upheaval surrounding Kyrie Irving’s and LeBron James’ futures with the Cavaliers.

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The New York Knicks have signed former No. 2 overall draft pick Michael Beasley to a one-year deal, the team announced Tuesday.

League sources told ESPN the deal is for the veteran’s minimum, which is $2,116,955, according to ESPN’s Bobby Marks.

Beasley, originally drafted by the Miami Heat in 2008, averaged 9.4 points and 3.4 rebounds in 16 minutes per game last season for the Milwaukee Bucks. He shot a career-high 54.5 percent from the field while taking 7.3 shots per game.

The Knicks are Beasley’s sixth team in 10 seasons.

It is unclear where the 6-foot-9 Beasley will fit on the Knicks’ depth chart. If the organization executes a trade of Carmelo Anthony, Beasley could play significant minutes at small forward for New York.

With Ramon Sessions also officially signing his deal, the Knicks have 15 NBA contracts on their roster and one player — Luke Kornet — on a two-way contract. Unless they release a player, New York will have room for just one more two-way contract.

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After landing a punch in a European exhibition game for Italy, LA Clippers forward Danilo Gallinari suffered a right thumb injury that isn’t expected to require surgery, league sources told ESPN.

Gallinari will miss the Eurobasket tournament for Italy but is expected to be fully recovered for the start of the Clippers’ training camp in September, sources said. Clippers doctors are planning to examine the injury soon, but the initial diagnosis calls for a month of rest and rehabilitation on the thumb, sources said.

Gallinari, 28, slugged the Netherlands’ Jito Kok in a scuffle, causing the injury that sent him to a local hospital.

Gallinari signed a three-year, $65 million deal with the Clippers in July, moving from the Denver Nuggets in a sign-and-trade agreement.

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Free-agent point guard Derrick Rose has reached an agreement on a one-year deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers, according to ESPN and multiple reports.

It is a veteran minimum salary of $2.1 million, sources said.

The defending Eastern Conference champions met with Rose and his agent, B.J. Armstrong, on Monday. The 2011 MVP is expected to sign his contract as early as Tuesday.

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Cleveland not only allows Rose to contend for a championship, but it furthermore provides Rose the opportunity to play near his hometown of Chicago.

Additionally, in the wake of the news that Kyrie Irving wants out of Cleveland, a starting point guard spot could be up for grabs. Provided Irving secures his request, Rose’s partnering up with LeBron James could keep the Cavaliers afloat as a contender.

Rose has communicated with James through the process that led him to the Cavaliers, league sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

On Monday night, James took to Twitter to welcome his new teammate.

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Rose, 28, met with the Los Angeles Lakers for nearly three hours on Thursday, sources said.

The Lakers tried to entice Rose to sign with them, suggesting they can offer more playing time and money in a better environment after his tumultuous 2016-17 season with the New York Knicks.

The Lakers believed that Rose, who had been working out at L.A.’s practice facility lately, could help the development of their rookie point guard Lonzo Ball, the No. 2 pick in the NBA draft.

Rose averaged 18 points, 3.8 rebounds and 4.4 assists on 47.1 percent shooting — his best percentage since the 2009-10 season — in 64 games for the Knicks last season.

Rose also met with Milwaukee Bucks and Los Angeles Clippers.

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Golden State Warriors All-Star Kevin Durant will visit India next Thursday to further fortify the growing popularity of basketball in the country and also serve as a coach to some of its top players.

The first order of business for the NBA champ and 2017 Finals MVP will be stopping in New Delhi to donate two brand-new basketball courts to the Ramjas School as part of the Kevin Durant Charity Foundation.

The eight-time All-Star will then travel to the NBA Academy India in Noida. That’s where he’ll instruct prospects in a series of basketball drills, in addition to conducting a massive youth clinic of approximately 5,000 male and female participants from the Reliance Foundation Jr. NBA program.

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Durant, who last month led the Warriors to their second championship in three years by defeating the Cleveland Cavaliers in five games while averaging 35.2 points, 8.4 rebounds and 5.4 assists, will be the first active NBA player to visit the academy.

“I’m excited to travel to India to help promote the game of basketball and meet the prospects at the NBA Academy India,” Durant said. “I’ve wanted to visit India for a long time, and I can’t wait to experience the country’s unique culture and share my knowledge with the kids there.”

NBA India managing director Yannick Colaco offered his thoughts on the superstar’s upcoming visit.

“We are thrilled to host 2017 Finals MVP Kevin Durant in India,” Colaco said. “Kevin is coming off an historic season with the Golden State Warriors. Having one of the very best players in our league interact with the basketball-playing youth of India will serve as great inspiration to the next generation of players here, especially the high-performing prospects at the NBA Academy India.”

The NBA Academy India opened in May. The official release states: “[It] employs a holistic, 360-degree approach to player development with focuses on education, leadership, character development and life skills. As part of the program, the students compete against top competition throughout the year and have an opportunity to be selected for travel teams that play in international tournaments and exhibition games.”

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EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Moments after the Los Angeles Lakers selected UCLA guard Lonzo Ball with the No. 2 overall pick in Thursday night’s NBA draft, Ball’s outspoken father, LaVar, made a bold proclamation on national television.

“Lonzo Ball is going to take the Lakers to the playoffs in his first year,” LaVar told ESPN’s Jeff Goodman.

The Lakers have missed the playoffs for four straight seasons, the longest postseason drought in franchise history, and posted the league’s third-worst record last season at 26-56.

“That’s the goal,” Lonzo said when asked about his father’s comments. “You don’t play to lose. That’s definitely the goal. That’s the plan.”

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With his son making the interview rounds in the tunnels of Barclays Center, LaVar excitedly talked about how he had predicted for a long time that his son would go to the Lakers.

“Yes! Yes!” the elder Ball told ESPN not far from where other families and draft picks sat by the stage. “I told you I would speak it into existence. And everybody kept saying what if? What if? I don’t live on what ifs. If I live on what ifs, I will never get to where I am at.

“People always say, ‘LaVar, how come you are always right?’ I say, ‘Because I never get left.’”

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When asked about LaVar’s playoffs prediction, Lakers coach Luke Walton smiled.

“I’m a very optimistic person, but I don’t look that far into the future,” Walton said at the team’s practice facility, where a group of season-ticket holders and sponsors gathered for a draft party. “Right now, I’m hoping [Lonzo] leads us to a couple summer league victories, and we’ll take it from there.”

Walton said he expected LaVar’s comments will, at least initially, apply pressure on Lonzo.

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“I think it will make it more challenging, a little bit, but I think every top draft pick that comes in has a target on their back,” Walton said. “The best players in this league want to set the tone with these young players early, to let them know what it’s like here. I know when I was a young player, I had a target on my back from my own teammates because of things my dad [NBA great Bill Walton] said, but it ended up working out.

“What’s incredible is that he’s been, according to [Lonzo], his dad has been great. He’s always been there. He’s supported him. He obviously loves him, and that’s what you want out of a father, so I’m not overly concerned by it.”

Philadelphia 76ers teammates Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons indicated Thursday night that the pressure already is on.

Lonzo, though, downplayed whether the pressure will be greater because of his father’s comments.

“Nah, everybody says I have a target on my back,” he said. “I’m used to it by now. All I can do is go out there and play.”

Does he expect his father to keep a lower profile?

“I don’t know what he’s going to do. It’s going to be a surprise for you [media] and me,” Lonzo said.

Walton was also asked if he just wanted LaVar to stay out of the spotlight.

“He’s his own man,” Walton said. “He’s going to do what he does and we’re going to do what we do and we’re going to get after it here. We’re not going to change anything. I’m sure [Lonzo will] fit into our culture. He’ll help improve our culture with the way he plays, the way he passes, his selfless nature, and that’s why we took him.”
Despite the bluster associated with LaVar Ball, Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka said spending time with the Ball family at their home helped him to appreciate the patriarch.

“Listen, there can be a sense of bravado with some of the media stuff, but when you get to see the heart of the person and how they treat others, I think that’s when you really get to know them,” Pelinka said. “And all I can say is, we walked away from that time really impressed with the family.”

And while no one knows if LaVar Ball will tone down his talking, Pelinka said the Lakers won’t ask him to do so.

“I think LaVar is going to be LaVar,” Pelinka said. “Lonzo is going to be a Laker, and he’s going to be part of what we do on the court with the other players that we have, but LaVar is his own person.”

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Miami Heat guard Dion Waiters intends to decline his 2017-18 player option to enter unrestricted free agency on July 1, league sources tell ESPN.

Waiters, 25, will turn down an option worth a little more than $3.2 million. His consistent production this past season bodes well for a considerable salary increase.

June 29 is Waiters’ official deadline date. Sources say the Heat are aware of his intentions.

He had a breakout season under head coach Erik Spoelstra. In his lone season with the Heat, Waiters registered career highs in rebounds (3.3), assists (4.3) and 3-point percentage (40%). His 15.8 points per game average was the third highest on the team and his second highest career mark.

Waiters has repeatedly expressed his desire to return to Miami, where he experienced a career rejuvenation.

He was selected fourth overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2012 draft and traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder in a three-team deal in January of 2015. He signed with the Heat as a free agent last offseason.