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The more I think about it the more the @KDTrey5 deal could have been way worse. What if he had started calling out Russ? Or seafood in OKC?

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaylen Brown eager to have non-basketball conversations with new teammate Kyrie Irving. And while he joked Tuesday about how ‘his eyes" might support Irving's flat Earth theory, he quickly noted on Twitter, "I wouldn't trust my eyes if I were you."

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaylen Brown: "I can't wait for this year, it's going to be super exciting. I'm super eager to get on the court. I wish the season was starting tomorrow."


Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics swingman Jaylen Brown not ready to fully commit but he's open-minded to new teammate Kyrie Irving's Flat Earth theory. "For what my eyes tell me, the world may appear to be flat. Kyrie may very well have a point."

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The Dante Cunningham $2.3M contract now has the Pelicans $970K below the tax with 14 guaranteed contracts and 1 partial (Jordan Crawford).

Adam Reisinger 

Andrew Bogut will become the fifth different center drafted No. 1 overall in the common draft era (since 1966) to play for the Lakers, joining Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Mychal Thompson, Shaquille O'Neal and Dwight Howard. Bogut was drafted by the Bucks with the top pick in 2005, three spots ahead of Chris Paul.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Michael Beasley says he's looking forward to playing with Carmelo Anthony and believes the Knicks have enough talent to make the playoffs as a No. 5 or No. 6 seed in the East. "If Tim Hardaway Jr., Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingis and myself (are on the roster) – those are four guys that can score 25 points per game....I think we've got a position to be not only a playoff team but a five, six seed team if we do it right." New York has missed the playoffs for three consecutive seasons. Beasley may not get his wish to play with Anthony for long. Both Anthony and the Knicks would like to find a suitable trade partner for the veteran forward.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Jarrett Jack says he's talked to Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek about a number of topics during informal workouts at the Knicks training facility, including a transition to new offense for the Knicks. Jack was asked if there have been any principles of the triangle offense - which the Knicks ran last season under Phil Jackson - in Hornacek's new offense. "If there are he hasn't implemented them yet," Jack said. "So far it's a lot, (a) much more fast-paced style offense. Moving, cutting. A lot more ball movement. But from what I understand that's going to be the crux of it right now."