Atlantic Notes: Bronson, Irving, Raptors

As the NBA continues Investigation in timing nicksGet a free agent from Point Guard Galen BronsonAnd the Fred Katz from Athletic Distribute through existing guides. Rumors Before 2022, the free agency suggested that Bronson would leave the Mavericks to the Knicks for a new four-year deal worth $104 million. When this gossip proved true, the league chose to consider what happened and when.

Katz notes that it’s hard to discern what kind of free agency talks the NBA would piss off, in part due to the fact that Galen’s father, the former New York points guard, Rick BronsonHe was appointed as an assistant coach under the Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau in June. Head of the Knicks team leon rosethe NBA agent representing Rick, has known both the Brunsons for decades.

Last year, the league chose to sanction the Bulls and Heat for what it saw as violations of tampering with their signing and trading moves in 2021. Lonzo Pool And the Kyle Lowry, Straight. Every team was forced To waive the selection of the next second round. This year, in addition to the Knicks, the NBA is also Investigation The six for potential tamper violations.

There is more from the Atlantic section:

  • When Networks guard point Keri Irving He returned to his native New Jersey for his “More Than A Run” All-Star pro game at Keene University, with Brooklyn confirming a point to showcase the moment on the team’s official social media platforms. Trying to read tea leaves, Adam Zagoria from He points out that it appears increasingly likely that Irving will return to Brooklyn this fall, rather than offloading her on a pre-season deal. Kerry’s teammates Kessler EdwardsAnd the David Duke Jr.And the Royce O’Neill They were all present at the New Jersey event.
  • heat point guard Kyle Lowryat some point during his successful career with wild birdstry to lure Vince Carter Back in Toronto, Lowry revealed on Carter’s podcast The Vince Carter Show (Twitter video link via Uninterrupted Canada). “I tried getting Vince back with us at some point,” Laurie said. “We had conversations,” Carter confirmed. “We tried to get it done, and it didn’t work,” Follow Laurie. “I was one of the biggest defenders who tried to bring him back to Toronto and Vince was all there is to it.” It’s unclear exactly when this enlistment occurred, but presumably this came somewhat late in Carter’s illustrious career. The Raptors originally drafted Carter with the Fifth Choice from North Carolina. The 6’6″ winger was named to his first five All-Stars while with Toronto, before eventually being traded to the Nets in the midst of what would have been his sixth consecutive All-Star season in 2004/05. An eight-time All-Star overall, Carter would go on to play for 22 seasons in the NBA. He finally retired at the age of 43 in 2020, after a two-year stint as a player on the bench with the Hawks.
  • In case you missed it, advance / power center 6’11” Serbian Philip Petrosevwhich was coined with the choice of number 50 by Sixers In 2021 express confidence in his Philadelphia development plan. Petrosev, the original Serbian, will suit up for Serbian club Crvena Zvezda during the 2022/23 season.