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10 interesting nuggets from Brady's interview with Stern
Brady opened up about when he knew he was going to a new team, the importance of legacy, and much more.[read more]

Sources: Bulls tab Denver GM Karnisovas as VP
The Chicago Bulls are hiring Denver Nuggets general manager Arturas Karnisovas to become the franchise's new executive vice president of basketball operations, league sources told ESPN.[read more]

Gurley, Matthews say Rams 'past due' on checks
Former Rams players Todd Gurley and Clay Matthews, both released March 19, tweeted Wednesday that the team is behind on delivering them money they say they are owed.[read more]

LeBron: Closure lacking if season doesn't resume
LeBron James on Wednesday said he isn't sure if he'll be able to have any closure if the NBA season isn't able to resume due to the coronavirus pandemic. But if that happens, he'll still have many positive takeaways from the season.[read more]

Virtual workouts help tight-knit Lakers stay close
Lakers vice president Rob Pelinka said Wednesday that the players are finding ways to connect.[read more]

What we know and don't know about UFC 249
UFC 249 has changed locations, fighters and procedures. Here's what we know about the card Dana White said has been his toughest to keep together.[read more]

Namajunas withdraws from UFC 249, sources say
Former women's strawweight champion Rose Namajunas has pulled out of her co-main event bout for UFC 249 against Jessica Andrade for undisclosed reasons, sources say.[read more]

Signing AD? Nets' Spencer Dinwiddie details what he'd do as Bulls GM
The Nets guard shared his plan on social media, which included signing Anthony Davis.[read more]

Doc: Kawhi would return in 'phenomenal' shape
Coach Doc Rivers says he's confident in the Clippers' ability to compete if the NBA returns and plays a postseason, thanks in no small part to Kawhi Leonard's superior level of conditioning.[read more]

Sources: CP3, Young, LaVine plan on H-O-R-S-E
Chris Paul, Trae Young and Zach LaVine are among those expected to compete in a televised H-O-R-S-E competition that will also include WNBA players and NBA alums, sources told ESPN.[read more]