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Master P is a jack of all trades and he has his sights set on his next monumental business move. According to Forbes, Master P and 2x NBA All-Star Cheap Baron Davis Jersey  are leading an investment group to purchase Reebok from adidas. Forbes estimates that the deal for the sports apparel giant could be worth around $2.4 billion.

“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.

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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?

Shooting
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.

Flexibility
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.

Improvements
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 Houston Rockets, Oklahoma City Thunder and New Orleans Pelicans have leveraged superstar trades into a huge number of draft picks. But how far ahead of the pack are they?

The past two years have seen a succession of enormous, superstar trades in the NBA, with Cheap Anthony Davis Jersey, Paul George, Russell Westbrook (twice),Cheap Chris Paul Jersey and now James Harden all being moved. In most cases, those deals have been built around hefty collections of draft picks heading in the opposite direction.

In all, 16 present and future first-round picks changed hands in deals for those five players, not to mention a slew of pick swap options that were included. The result has been a concerted pooling of future draft capital in the hands of just a few teams.

Which team has the most future draft picks: the Rockets, Thunder or Pelicans?
The graph below covers the next seven drafts (2021-2026) which is as far out as future first-round picks have been traded. For each team, it shows how many future first-picks they currently hold. For comparison, you can also see the baseline, if all 30 teams still held all of their own picks in the upcoming drafts.

The Oklahoma City Thunder lead the pack in extra picks with 16 first-round picks, nine beyond their baseline. The Rockets hold 14, the Pelicans have 12 and the New York Knicks have 10. The only other teams with extra first-round picks in the next seven drafts are the Grizzlies (two extra) and the Hawks (one extra). There are other teams that hold the rights to incoming draft picks but they’re balanced out by picks they owe in other years.

A total of 18 teams either have the rights to seven or six first picks, essentially even or just down a single pick. The teams at a serious deficit of draft value are the Mavericks (two owed), Heat (two owed), Bucks (three owed), Clippers (three owed), Lakers (three owed) and the Nets (down five).

The other variable here is the control of pick swaps. The Thunder have control of three different possible first-round pick swaps, which further maximizes the value of all those extra picks. The Rockets and Pelicans each have control of two upcoming possible pick swaps.

Without the draft order locked in, there are far too many variables to meaningfully assign expected values to any of these picks, individually or in the aggregate. But the Thunder, Rockets and Pelicans each have roughly twice as much draft capital as the average team and control of the pick swaps will ultimately inflate the nebulous expected value even further.

14 games into the season, it is becoming increasingly clear that the Lakers have an almost hilariously large margin for error. Despite playing their worst first half in at least a week (and probably more), the purple and gold woke up and turned it on when it mattered, beating the New Orleans Pelicans 112-95 on Friday night to extend their current winning streak to five games, move their record to 11-3, and keep Anthony Davis undefeated (5-0) against his former team.

Midway through the second quarter, however, things didn’t look so rosy. The Lakers trailed by 15, looking completely listless against a Pelicans team that was playing like this was a playoff game. Then, LeBron James got tangled up with Cheap Steven Adams Jersey under the basket and the two exchanged words. The next time down the floor, they both received technical fouls as they continued to jaw. The Lakers responded with an 11-0 run, continuing to force their way inside for free throws to only trail by one at halftime despite their mostly poor play.

Finally awake, the Lakers didn’t cool down over the break. They outscored the Pelicans 27-17 in the third quarter, at one point going on a 15-0 run that saw them hold New Orleans scoreless for nearly 6 minutes of game time. In the fourth quarter, they went on a 19-4 run to extend their lead to a game-high 25 points and allow James and Davis to sub out for good with nearly four minutes left.

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This was not Davis’ best game of the year (17 points on 5-16 shooting), but he still found a way to contribute with 3 blocks and 3 steals. James was his typically wonderful self, adding 21 points, 8 rebounds and 11 assists. The unsung hero of this one, though, was Alex Caruso, who was a game-high plus-minus of +28, making an impact with his defensive activity, energy and timely shooting. He finished with 9 points, 4 assists and 3 rebounds. Montrezl Harrell (16 points on 8-10 shooting) was also hysterically dominant around the rim to give the Lakers easy buckets as they added to their lead. This team truly has an embarrassment of guys who can step up when necessary.

The Lakers played with their food a little bit, but it’s hard to blame them when they can turn on the afterburners and produce these kinds of swings against bad teams like the Pelicans basically whenever they want to. Now they’ll have two days off to rest before hosting the Warriors on Monday. Have a nice weekend everyone.

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Cheap Zion Williamson Jersey will head into his second NBA season with “no restrictions,” the New Orleans Pelicans star said Sunday.

Talking to reporters as the Pelicans opened their training camp, Williamson flashed the biggest smile of the day when asked about what limitations he might have this season. “Me and [Pelicans] coach [Stan] Van Gundy have talked and from what I know now, there are no restrictions. None,” Williamson said.

When asked about being happy about that, he added, “Of course. I love to play basketball. With no restrictions? Why wouldn’t I love that?”

Van Gundy told reporters earlier on Sunday that Williamson has “no limitations in practice. That’s a good thing.” He added that Williamson easily passed his conditioning test, which included a three-minute run on the court.

“He and Nickeil [Alexander-Walker] probably did theirs the easiest,” Van Gundy added. “I thought in practice he gave really, really good effort as did everybody. It’s all been positive so far.”

Williamson dealt with “burst restrictions” last season when he returned in January from a knee injury that sidelined him for the first half of the regular season. At the time, Williamson expressed some frustrations with his limited minutes but still managed to have a productive season, averaging 22.5 points and 6.3 rebounds in just 27.8 minutes per game.

In the NBA’s Florida bubble, Williamson missed time leading up to the first game because of a family issue and once again was on restricted minutes, playing an average of 20.7 minutes in five of the first six games before being shut down for the final two.

But now that he’s entering the season healthy, there are no plans for any restrictions moving forward — something that Williamson is more than excited about.

“I think it definitely will be different because, well, it was tough, man. When you’re going through rehab and when you’re finally able to step on the court, three minutes goes by, four minutes by and … you gotta get subbed out. It was a lot,” Williamson said.

“I tried to make the most of the situation and I think I did the best that I possibly could. But it’s going to be a lot different.”

The manner in which Anthony Davis forced his way to the Lakers did not sit right with lifetime Celtics fan Bill Simmons.

During the 2018-19 season, Anthony Davis made a public request to be traded from the New Orleans Pelicans. Ahead of the season, he’d signed with Klutch Sports. Rich Paul then went on to declare that Davis would not re-sign with any team other than the Lakers who tried to trade for him.

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Davis became the subject of the biggest trade rumors of the NBA till the Lakers officially traded for him ahead of draft night 2019. The Lakers became instant title favorites as soon as they acquired him.

Bill Simmons criticizes the circumstances of the Anthony Davis trade
Simmons was one of those who was clamoring for the Celtics to even trade Jayson Tatum if that’s what it took to land AD. But on The Ringer Podcast, he sang to a different tune:

“You get villainized if pull a Eli Manning or John Elway on draft day or demand a trade, but if you do that in NBA everyone will say ‘you do you or he only has so many years to make money’. What Anthony Davis did to New Orleans was genuinely lousy.”

“He signed 5-year extension, halfway thru, ‘yea can you trade me now, and only to the Lakers’. The internet was like ‘he is only using his leverage!’. That never sat right with me.”

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In the end, Simmons sticks out as a Celtics homer who is plainly disappointed at AD’s success with the Lakers.

Williamson hopes the start of a brand-new season unleashes an old version of himself as well.

“I want to show that I’m a basketball player. I’ll do whatever the team needs me to do on offense or defense no matter what it is to win. I’m just a competitor,” Williamson said.

“When I’m healthy and competing, I’m just a different kind of player. I think that’s the player everyone fell in love with.”

Last season was a trying one for Williamson for another reason as the Pelicans stumbled to a 30-42 record and missed the playoffs.

With the moves made this offseason, Williamson and Cheap Brandon Ingram Jersey, who recently signed a five-year max contract extension, are now the undoubted cornerstones of the franchise moving forward.

“If we want to be winners, we have to do things outside the norm or uncomfortable for us. That’s where being professional comes into play,” Williamson said.

“Losing is just not fun. It’s needed because it makes you better. What don’t break you will make you. That’s a part of ups and downs. But if we want to win, we have to remember what we’ve been through and stay steady onto the winner’s mindset.”

Part of being able to change that mindset will come with how Van Gundy approaches the game. Sunday’s practice consisted of 30 to 40 minutes of Van Gundy breaking down defensive concepts and then over two hours of getting after each other in defensive drills.

“He’s a very detailed guy,” Williamson said of Van Gundy. “We went through a lot. I felt like we got a lot done for one day, especially the first day. I’m excited to continue to work with him.”