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Won't join Nets
Trying to become better passer
Adds 10-12 pounds of muscle
Slims down for restart
Arrives in Orlando
Status in jeopardy
Considered sitting out
Looks slimmed down in Orlando
Anthony appears to have shed some weight during the NBA's hiatus.
Return to wing spot in works?
Nurkic's health dampens outlook?
Whiteside, already rumored to be in danger of losing significant minutes at minimum with the return of Jusuf Nurkic from a leg injury, may have seen that likelihood increase with how healthy his teammate appeared in Saturday's first practice.
Ready for substantial role quickly?
Nurkic, who participated in the Trail Blazers' first practice in the Orlando bubble Saturday, appeared to be ready to resume a significant role in short order after not having taken the court since March 2019, Royce Young of ESPN.com reports.
Orlando absence is COVID-related
Motivated by Clippers opportunity
Noah informed reporters Saturday that being back to full health if the Clippers called him late in the regular season was a primary motivator for him during rehabilitation from his Achilles injury, Kurt Helin of ProBasketballTalk.com reports.
No social justice jersey slogan
Expected to join Nets
Finally conquers injury
Won't sport social justice message
James has decided to not place any of the NBA-approved social justice slogans on the back of his jersey during the season restart and subsequent postseason, opting instead to go with his last name, Tania Ganguli of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Headed for expanded role?
Millsap could be in line for an expanded role once the regular season restarts if Nikola Jokic is eased back into action following his delayed arrival in the Orlando bubble.
Expanded minutes early in restart?
Plumlee could be in line for a notable boost in minutes during the remaining eight games of the regular season due to Nikola Jokic's ongoing absence from the Orlando bubble.
Arrival date remains uncertain
Will rotate between positions
Says team chemistry wasn't 'the best'
Harris noted that the 76ers' team chemistry through the year wasn't "the best" but cited group chats and video calls as being an opportunity to "grow a little bit together" during the pandemic, Serena Winters of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Practicing with 'swagger'
Calls season 'blessing in disguise'
Curry noted that the Warriors going 15-50 this season "could be a blessing in disguise in terms of this next three, four years we want to have. Get rested, get healthy. ... We've had a long seven years, so it was nice to get a little refresh," Ali Thanawalla of Yahoo Sports reports.