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D’Angelo Russell is headed to the Golden State Warriors via sign-and-trade with the Brooklyn Nets. The deal was first reported by Shams Charania, while the rest of the details were disclosed by Adrian Wojnarowski. Russell's contract is for four years and 117 million dollars. The Nets will be receiving a future first-round draft pick while also sending the Warriors two additional players in Shabazz Napier and Treveon Graham; the
I’ve been trying to making the hashtag #AllInOnRussLin a thing ever since the Nets acquired D’Angelo Russell early in the trade period. Some people are more hesitant of the pairing including Lin himself: “For me, I’m pretty comfortable in either position. I’m not a pure two by any means. Definitely, more pure one. But I think I will have plenty of opportunities to play into that… And I think the same for [Russell]. I think he’s a pure one, as well, but he can play two.” Russe
D’Angelo Russell, Brooklyn Nets Two ingredients measure the formula for early development for a young NBAers: talent and opportunity. Russell’s talent has never been doubted. The third-year point guard has unlimited range, a lightning quick release, and connected on 35.1% of his 3s on 6.1 attempts per contest last year. Russell is crafty and shifty floor general, playing with a mature pace and control that you’d expect from a 10-year veteran. His physical profile is off the c
This year’s free agency and trade season was one of the wildest in NBA history. What was even wilder were the antics of some of the best players during the summer period. TNT ran their version of a ‘Summer MVP’ including the likes of Hoodie Melo and China Klay, whereas we here at OTG have been keeping an eye on all the summer happenings of some of your favorite players. We’ve compiled all of the most memorable ones into an article I like to call ‘I Know What You Did This Summ