ESPN has chosen a successor to Rachel Nichols’ The Jump with Malika Andrews and her new show, NBA Today.Set to debut on Oct 18 »
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The Brooklyn Nets have had "positive" contract extension talks with James Harden and Kyrie Irving as the team aims to build a championship-winning roster, general manager Sean Marks said Tuesday.
Ben Simmons may have missed his last playoff free throw with the Sixers. Simmons will not report to Philadelphia 76ers' training camp next week and prefers to continue his NBA career with another team, a person with direct knowledge of the player’s plans told The Associated Press on Tuesday. The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because discussions of Simmons' plans with the franchise have been private.
J.J. Redick, the sharpshooter who was The Associated Press college player of the year at Duke before embarking on a 15-season NBA career, announced his retirement Tuesday. The 37-year-old Redick played with six NBA teams — Orlando, the Los Angeles Clippers, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Milwaukee and Dallas.
JJ Redick was a free agent this summer and was taking his time to decide where, and if, he wanted to play basketball again.
Klay Thompson will participate in "controlled drills" in training camp this fall as he finishes rehab from an Achilles injury.
One of the newest publicly traded companies announced a new role for NBA legend Michael Jordan. What Happened: Jordan, an early Sportradar (NASDAQ: SRAD) investor, was announced as a special advisor to the company’s Board of Directors. “I invested in Sportradar years ago because I believed in the vision and passion that Carsten (Koerl) and the rest of the team had for transforming the sports technology industry,” Jordan said. “I am looking forward to having a formal role with the company as it b
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Michael Jordan is taking an advisory role with Sportradar and increasing his investment in the newly public sports data company. The NBA legend and Charlotte Hornets owner will become a special adviser to the Sportradar board of directors, according to a release from the company. He will also increase his equity in the company, which […]
Switzerland-based Sportradar went public last week via the initial public offer route after abandoning plans for a merger with a special purpose acquisition company earlier this year. The company did not provide details regarding Jordan's increased stake but said his advisory duties will revolve around the U.S. market, product development and marketing activities. Jordan, a six-time NBA champion with the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s, was an early investor in Sportradar.
Rex Kalamian, Bill Bayno, Jerome Allen and Jim Moran have been hired as assistants, and Andrew Jones will be a player development coach.
Rising star Malika Andrews will host the network's new studio program “NBA TODAY,” which will debut on Oct. 18.
Watch three Celtics try to best three Braves on a popular 1970s sports trivia game show.
A decade later, the two have moved on to new teams and even titles, but sneak a peek back at another era of Celtics contention in this clip.
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