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“These companies have been benefiting off us, this could be history for this company going Black-owned,” Master P — born Percy Miller — relayed to ESPN. “Imagine if Michael Jordan owned Reebok? That’s what I’m talking about making history.”

Percy “Master P” Miller confirms to ESPN that he’s in negotiations to acquire Reebok with ex-NBA guard Baron Davis.

“These companies have been benefiting off us, this could be history for this company going Black-owned,” Miller tells ESPN.

— Eric Woodyard (@E_Woodyard) December 28, 2020

Reebok is no stranger to delving into the Hip Hop world. In 2003, the brand teamed with JAY-Z on the S. Carter sneaker line, which helped Reebok’s footwear sales rise by 17 percent in 2004.

Will Cheap Dante Cunningham Jersey step up to the plate this season and make a huge impact for the New Orleans Pelicans?
For Dante Cunningham and the New Orleans Pelicans this season, major changes will need to be made. This is a team that many experts have projected to be a playoff team by the end of the season.

The usual suspects of Cheap Anthony Davis Jersey and Cheap DeMarcus Cousins Jersey will grab all the media headlines and All-Star votes. Cheap Jrue Holiday Jersey and Rajon Rondo will nab some of the spotlight on the starting unit, and we can’t forget about Tony Allen and his defensive prowess for his new team.

The underrated story for this Pelicans season will be the bench and how well they perform this season. Underrated signings like Ian Clark this past summer were made to improve the second unit, but on Sept. 19, the Pelicans brought back a player they desperately needed after the injury to Solomon Hill last month.

According to The Vertical’s Shams Charania, the New Orleans Pelicans re-signed Dante Cunningham to a one-year, $2.3 million dollar deal. This was a move that was needed to be made for all the right basketball reasons. He was one of the only bright spots in last year’s tumultuous season, averaging 6.6 points and 4.2 rebounds per game in 66 appearances.

This upcoming season will be a completely different animal for Dante Cunningham, as he’ll no longer be playing on a likely lottery team. Expectations and buzz has surrounded the New Orleans Pelicans, so how can Dante stand out this year?

Last season, Dante Cunningham shot 39.2 percent from the 3-point line, which was the best mark any Pelican player made that year. Teams like Minnesota, Milwaukee and Toronto were looking to sign the 30-year-old forward exclusively for his outside stroke. For the Pelicans, re-signing Cunningham will pay dividends this upcoming season.

Dante Cunningham can stretch the floor and play along side either Cousins or Davis in small-ball scenarios. Opposing defenses will double team either All-Star on the post and force them to settle for contested mid-range jump shots. If Cunningham can hit the 40 percent mark, defenders will be forced to guard him consistently.

Outside shooting from key players like Dante Cunningham and Ian Clark will help Davis and Cousins in the long haul. Both big men will need defenses to respect their teammates’ skill-sets while they do damage in the paint.

With the loss of Solomon Hill to injury during the summer, the small forward position will be up for grabs in training camp. Dante Cunningham has started 35 games for the Pelicans last season and could be an early favorite to nab that starting slot.

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Cunningham is only one of the handful of players who’s been with the Pelicans for three straight seasons. His familiarity with the Gentry gameplay will be crucial in understanding his role as a rotation player. If Cunningham is slotted in the starting unit, his size will be critical in switching defensive schemes. He’ll guard both the small and power forwards seamlessly.

Last season, Dante Cunningham’s defensive rating was 106.1, which was the second-lowest of his career. Cunningham is capable of playing great defense if his team can handle its defensive assignments. Last time Cunningham had his best defensive rating of 98.8 was with the Memphis Grizzlies in the 2011-12 season.

The Pelicans have a great opportunity this season to play above-average defense with the pieces they acquired. Cunningham can handle his defensive assignments if the team is collectively making key stops during the game.

Dante Cunningham will also need to dramatically improve on his free throw shooting this year. Last season he shot 59.3 percent from the charity stripe, which is horrendous for a player who can stretch the floor and knock down 3-pointers. If his free throw numbers remain the same this season, opposing teams will constantly foul him, which will be detrimental to the Pelicans’ game plan.

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Can Dante Cunningham be the X-factor the Pelicans desperately need in this 82-game season? Or will the eight-year veteran wither away on the bench for the fourth straight season?

The No Limit boss and Davis plan on combining their expertise and decades of experience in the Hip Hop, sports, tech and business lanes to bring Reebok back to prominence. They will have their work cut out for them, as Reebok’s sales dropped 44 percent in 2020’s second quarter while accounting for just eight percent of adidas’ total sales in the first half of the year.

Davis, who last appeared in an NBA game in 2012 with the New York Knicks, previously signed a sneaker deal with Reebok in 2002 as a member of the Charlotte Hornets.

The New Orleans icon is already in the sneaker game with his MoneYatti brand. As a welcome to New Orleans, Master P offered Pelicans star Zion Williamson $20 million for an exclusive deal to wear his kicks off the floor.


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Adidas originally purchased Reebok in 2005 for $3.8 billion. They are expected to make a decision on the looming sale in the coming months.

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The New Orleans Pelicans have agreed to trade Alexis Ajinca, a 7’2 center, to the Los Angeles Clippers in return for Wesley Johnson, a 6’7 small forward who averaged 5.4 points and 2.9 rebounds in 74 games last season.

New Orleans is acquiring Clippers forward Wesley Johnson in a trade for center Alexis Ajinca, league sources tell ESPN. Clippers will waive Ajinca and guard Juwan Evans to get to 15 for opening night.

— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) October 15, 2018
However, before the deal can be finalized, this transaction must be completed with the league office in time for the Clippers to waive Ajinca before the 5 p.m. Eastern deadline — the real reason Los Angeles agreed to deal in the first place.

The Clippers sit close to the luxury tax line and possess more than 15 guaranteed contracts so they have interest in reducing salary and personnel from their roster.

The Clippers will save $849K by swapping out Wesley Johnson for Cheap Alexis Ajinca Jersey and are now $3.9M below the luxury tax. Both players are in the last year of their contract. Los Angeles will have $5.3M in Ajinca and $1.4M for Juwan Evans counting against…

— Bobby Marks (@BobbyMarks42) October 15, 2018
Johnson has spent eight seasons in the league with four different organizations, beginning with the Minnesota Timberwolves who selected him 4th overall in the 2010 Draft. Although his career didn’t pan out as initially envisioned, he has appeared in meaningful minutes under Doc Rivers during the last three seasons.

The 31-year-old veteran is better known for his physical attributes than basketball skills as evidenced by well below average shooting percentages and a career line of 11.4 points, 5.2 rebounds, 1.3 steals and 1.1 blocks over his career per 36 minutes.

According to ESPN’s Real Plus Minus, Johnson rated as the 12th most effectively small forward defensively for the 20176-18 season, finishing ahead of names like P.J. Tucker, Trevor Ariza and OG Anunoby. In comparison, Solomon Hill ranked 34th and Cheap Darius Miller Jersey, 74th, at the same position.

One thing to remember going forward, Johnson may be utilized in another trade before the deadline by the Pelicans front office.

One thing to watch for with NOP acquiring Wesley Johnson today: his ~$6.1M salary can be aggregated with other salary in a trade immediately. This is because the Pels acquired Johnson by himself in today’s trade. No immediate plans for that, but something to watch down the line.

— Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) October 15, 2018
This could be important if Dell Demps still has eyes for Kent Bazemore, Otto Porter Jr. or some other more renowned and higher salaried wing player.

Chicago Bulls receive: Derrick Jones Jr., Rodney Hood, Anfernee Simons and 2023 first-round pick (lottery protected)

With CJ McCollum pushing his production into absurdity and Damian Lillard being Damian Lillard, Portland should be dreaming of a path to the NBA Finals. But the franchise can’t dream nearly that big without correcting its 23rd-ranked defense.

As the Blazers learned during the Cheap Al-Farouq Aminu Jersey and Maurice Harkless days, though, they can’t shift their forward spots too far to the defensive end or they’ll create a fatal offensive flaw playoff opponents can exploit.

Enter Otto Porter Jr.

If he’s healthy—and, save for a recent round of back spasms, he has been—he’s exactly the kind of pliable defender and offensive floor-spacer who could scratch Portland’s itch for a two-way wing. Pair him with Robert Covington and the Blazers might finally have the right blend of offensive competence and defensive versatility at the forward spots to realistically contend for the crown.

The Bulls, meanwhile, should know they’re on borrowed time with Porter. He’s unsigned beyond this season, and unless the front office feels differently, this sure feels like the right time to hand the frontcourt keys over to Lauri Markkanen and rookie Patrick Williams.

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You know, the only thing that matters is the ending. That’s the most important part of the story, the ending.”

– Mort Rainey, Secret Window

For the first time this season, the San Antonio Spurs have landed themselves in the loss column. I suppose it was bound happen. Not once in seventy-four years of NBA play has a team managed to go undefeated, and in a game that featured some of their sloppiest stretches of the season, the Silver and Black managed to keep it close, but were ultimately unable to put up a tying basket to send it to overtime.

It was a fitting end to a match-up in which neither team seemed capable of finding any kind of consistency, and I suppose I could end this article here, but with all due apologies to Stephen King, the end is not the only thing that matters.

In their own unique fashion, narrow losses are just as interesting as narrow wins. Dissatisfaction can sometimes leave you more to mine; can spur you to more closely examine lose ends than you might otherwise. A close win often leaves the viewer with a sense of relief, but a close loss can often provide an evidence wall’s worth of supposition.

Suppose, for instance, that the San Antonio Spurs hadn’t been outrebounded 56-47. Suppose they hadn’t nearly doubled New Orleans’ number of turnovers 15-7. Suppose LaMarcus Aldridge had managed to score more than four(!) points, or DeMar DeRozan had shot more than 25% from the floor.

Suppose Devin Vassell had made even one of his shots, or the team had collectively shot better than 30% from three. We could be looking back on any one of those things as the linchpin of another Spurs victory. Hell, taken together we could have played witness to one heck of a holiday rout!

The flashes were there, in case I’ve forgotten to make that clear.

There was Keldon Johnson alligator wrestling any player fool enough to drive in his direction. And there was Lonnie Walker levitating in his moments of breathtaking clarity. There was Rudy Gay, rising from early season mediocrity to try and carry Aldridge’s and DeRozan’s scoring load all on his own, keeping San Antonio in it every time the Pelicans tried to pull away.

Even with New Orleans doing their best to bully San Antonio with their size advantage, and DeJounte Murray struggling to find an open passing lane, the pace continued to be a youthful one, and the Silver and Black shot three-pointers with a regularity that is (for me at least) still taking some getting used to.

But that’s the thing about close contests, regardless of which side of the win column your team ends up on. The supposition is just as applicable for both teams, it’s just that the winner feels less need to examine the fragility of their victory; a truth just as applicable to personal and financial arenas as it is to the wide world of professional sports.

The truth is, it’s just as easy to imagine a scenario in which the Pelicans shot better than 20% from three, and 38% from the floor. Or in which longtime sharpshooter (and ofttimes Spurs Killer) J.J. Reddick canned even one of his six shots from long-distance. It’s almost easy to imagine a scenario in which New Orleans’ defense managed to retain most (or all) of their fifteen point second half lead with timely defensive rotations and savvy positioning.

The supposition is endless. And in the end, the only thing that seems to stand on it’s own is the final result. Maybe that’s why we all love competitive sports so much. Maybe it’s one of the only planes of human existence in which we find that kind of closure. Maybe Stephen King was right, and the end is the only thing that matters.

But I simply can’t agree about it being the most important part of the story.

All things considered, it’s hard to take this result too seriously in the absence of Derrick White. Against a team with size like the Pelicans, much of the Spurs advantage will have to made at the guard positions, and it’s hard to know exactly what that advantage would have looked like without White. It’s worth considering that the Spurs ran up a twenty-two point lead the last time Derrick White took the court against New Orleans, before a thigh injury deprived us of his presence for most of the second half. But then, that was last season, so take it with a grain of salt.
As has been noted, there had to be some anticipation of struggles for San Antonio coming into the historically troublesome Smoothie Center on a SEGABABA, and both Aldridge and DeRozan looked absolutely gassed for most of the contest. Aldridge looked particularly creaky, even in drop coverages, and being banged on by a procession of Pelican bigs almost certainly exacerbated his level of exhaustion. It was no surprise to find that he’d only played for twenty minutes in this one, as at 35 it’s becoming clear that he does not have the stamina that he once did.
Some of the credit for that has to go to Stan Van Gundy, who understood exactly how well his team matched up against the Spurs in the front court, and seemingly did everything he could to maximize that advantage by keeping Cheap Steven Adams Jersey, Cheap Zion Williamson Jersey, and Cheap Brandon Ingram Jersey on the court at the same time whenever possible. Van Gundy is famous for his love of four-out offenses, and consequently has both the knowledge and the tools to derail them. He exploited San Antonio’s lack of big men at every opportunity, while finding a way to clog up the snappy ball-movement that San Antonio had exhibited over the first two games, which seemed to frustrate the Silver and Black’s youngsters enough to keep them from getting into any kind of rhythm.
And that’s where Rudy Gay took over. The cagey vet has seen a wide variety of approaches and offensive droughts in his career, and he found some of his old form that made him a feared scorer in his prime. Whether bailing out the offense with some timely iso-work, playing within its confines, or wresting critical rebounds away from a swarm of Pelican big men, he spent most of his playing time stepping up, and he deserves to be lauded for it. He’s been an major x-factor since arriving in the Alamo City, and that’s a role he seems likely to keep as long as he has more games like this one in him.
DeMar hit Rudy on the go route @DeMar_DeRozan | @RudyGay | #GoSpursGo

— San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) December 28, 2020
However, Lonnie Walker IV appears to be inching closer to that role with each passing game. As talented as he can be inconsistent, Walker appears to be finding his way as the game slows down for him. He still vacillates between majesty and mediocrity, especially when it comes to decision-making, but he’s starting to pull-up more than he defers, and so far that’s been a big boost for a Spurs team trying to find a way to make up for losses in the long-distance shooting department.
El Quatro has been puro from deep! @lonniewalker_4 is 3/4 from behind the arc

— San Antonio Spurs (@spurs) December 28, 2020
Trey Lyles on the other hand remains a mystery. His role, his minutes, and his shot all remain shrouded in shadows, which was unfortunate in a game in which the Spurs really could have used his size. I’m not sure if he’s managed to somehow run afoul of an eternally meticulous Gregg Popovich, or if he’s suffering from a crisis of confidence, but he did not look good out there, even for just six minutes. He looked a bit lost to me, which is a wild thing to say about a player that I expected to benefit from more familiarity with San Antonio and their system. In any case, Lyles really needs to get it together, because he’s going to be needed against teams with New Orleabs’ kind of size. It seems crazy to say it, but the margin for error may be so thin this year that San Antonio’s season could depend on Lyles rediscovering his form from the end of last season.
I simply cannot say enough about Patty Mills. His stat lines are rarely flashy, but if you watched any of the last three games you know exactly how important his presence has been in keeping the ship righted while Derrick White recovers. Regardless of the game he seems to always have a hand in a number of critical exchanges all the while serving as one of the critical cogs in keeping the offensive engine running. With last night’s game he became one of the eight longest tenured Spurs in team history, and I think at this point it’s hard to argue that the Bala from Down Under doesn’t deserve a spot in the rafters of his own.
Patty Mills with the crossover and dish to Jakob Poeltl who finishes with the easy two! #GoSpursGo

— Joe Garcia (@twoshotspodcast) December 28, 2020
Patty Mills is playing his 600th game as a Spur tonight – just the 10th player in SA history to reach 600.

Tim, Tony, Manu, Robinson, Gervin, Elliott, Avery, Bowen, Bonner, Mills.

— Jordan Howenstine (@AirlessJordan) December 28, 2020