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Lakers sign Wenyen Gabriel to two-year contract after waiving Trevor Ariza

Getty Images The Los Angeles Lakers have signed two-way forward Wenyen Gabriel to a standard contract, the team announced Friday. According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania, the deal will follow a similar format to the one signed by Stanley Johnson earlier this season: guaranteed for the rest of the year with a team option for next season. Gabriel initially signed …

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Evan Mobley to return from injury on Friday night

Chris Fedor: #Cavs Evan Mobley is playing tonight.Source: Twitter @ChrisFedor What’s the buzz on Twitter? Kelsey Russo @kelseyyrussoJ.B. Bickerstaff said #Cavs Evan Mobley will play tonight. – 6:17 PM Joe Gabriele @CavsJoeGPer Coach Bickerstaff, #Cavs F/C Evan Mobley will see action tonight. pic.twitter.com/lxPRGefgDb – 6:13 PM Serena Winters @SerenaWintersEvan Mobley will play tonight, per JB Bickerstaff. #Cavs – 6:07 PM …

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Warriors’ Klay Thompson nearing scoring milestone as season ends

Klay close to big scoring milestone as Warriors’ season ends originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea SAN FRANCISCO — Klay Thompson’s comeback season has been full of personal milestones. From playing in his first game after waiting 941 days and rehabbing two grueling leg injuries, to ramping up his minutes restriction, his first 20-point game and then his first 30-point …

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Anthony Davis, Donovan Mitchell and more

With the season pretty much over for some of the NBA’s marquee franchises, it’s time for yet another edition of our trade rumor rankings series, where we rank the five players who have appeared most on our Trade page over the past week. This week’s edition is a doozy, as star duos from both the Los Angeles Lakers and Utah …

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Why the numbers suggest that this is the most disappointing Lakers season of all time

The Lakers have existed since the Truman administration, but they missed the playoffs just 12 times before this season. When a team succeeds to the degree that they have, their disappointments become that much greater. Google “most disappointing teams in NBA history” and you’ll see a smattering of Lakers rosters. Some of them were genuinely disastrous. Others, such as the …

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Updated standings, seeding entering final game

Celtics playoff scenarios: Updated standings, seeding entering final game originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston The Boston Celtics have only one game left on their regular season schedule, and yet there is still much left to be determined in the Eastern Conference playoff race. The Celtics’ quest for the top seed officially ended Thursday night when they lost to the …

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Lakers vs. Thunder prediction, odds, line, spread: 2022 NBA picks, April 8 best bets from model on 84-54 run

Western Conference foes face off when the Oklahoma City Thunder (24-56) and the Los Angeles Lakers (31-49) match up on Friday evening. Los Angeles is currently on an eight-game losing streak, dropping a game to the Golden State Warriors on Thursday. Oklahoma City had its two-game winning streak halted, falling 137-101 to the Utah Jazz on Wednesday. LeBron James (ankle), …

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Cade Cunningham’s case for Rookie of the Year

DETROIT — Cade Cunningham carries himself like a new-age NBA player, but doesn’t necessarily play like one. To paraphrase soul star Erykah Badu, he’s an analog star in a digital world — which could make it hard to examine his Rookie of the Year candidacy. He doesn’t overwhelm the game physically, but applies force in selective moments. There’s a sophistication …

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Purdue trustees approve $6.7 million in Mackey renovations

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue’s board of trustees announced Friday it has approved $6.7 million in renovations for Mackey Arena, work funded entirely by private donations and expected to begin after next season. The arena, which opened in 1967, has had more than a dozen updates over the past quarter-century. This time, the project focuses on reconfiguring the men’s and …

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Mikal Bridges making case for Defensive Player of Year

Phoenix Suns guard Mikal Bridges made his case during the 2021-22 NBA campaign as to why he’s more than deserving of winning this season’s Defensive Player of the Year award. But it’s going to take voters — consisting of sportswriters and broadcasters — looking beyond traditional defensive stats that often favor a center’s candidacy. Bridges, in an exclusive interview with …

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