Michael Jordan's Bobcats.Jefferson has started every game he's played in since 2007 after being a bit of an also-ran during his first few seasons in the league with the Boston Celtics. The NBA Live 18 Coins 6'10 big man averaged 17.8 points and 9.2 rebounds in 33 minutes per game with the Jazz last year. He made $15 million in the last year of a five-year extension worth $65 million that he signed in 2007.
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The biggest NBA news of July 4 was the Sacramento Kings agreeing to a three-team trade that will send Tyreke Evans to the New Orleans Pelicans in a sign-and-trade. The most interesting tidbit of the deal came from ESPN's Marc Stein, who reports that Evans told New Orleans he'd be willing to play a sixth-man role in a backcourt that will also include
Eric Gordon and Jrue Holiday.Holiday, like Evans, will be acquired from the Philadelphia 76ers when the NBA's free-agent moratorium ends July 10.The Pelicans are apparently ready to roll with that trio of dynamic guards and won't necessarily make a push to trade away Gordon, who was on the first season of a max deal in 2012-13.The trade will also send Pelicans center
Robin Lopez to the Portland Trail Blazers and teammate Greivis Vasquez to Cheap NBA Live 18 Coins the Kings. The Blazers will also receive reserve shooting guard Terrel Harris and rookie center Jeff Withey, but they'll have to pay Lopez's $1.6 million trade kicker and ship two second-round picks to Sacramento, according to Stein. Calderon spurns Kings Back to Detroit? Detroit Bad Boys has the latest on the https://www.mtnba2k.com