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Report: Brewers to acquire Neil Walker

14-8-2017 1:38 AM | yardbarker | 6 similar news

The Milwaukee Brewers, still right in the thick of the NL Central race, are reportedly shoring up for the stretch run.According to reports, the Brewers will acquire second baseman Neil Walker from the New York Mets. (read more)


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The Cleveland Cavaliers met Kyrie Irving’s trade demand in an eye-opening deal with the Boston Celtics, but the return was sensational given the point guard’s complete lack of interest to stay.According to ESPN’s Dave McMenamin, Irving would’ve gone as far as refusing to report for training camp before the 2017-18 season. (read more)

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If Dwyane Wade was brought in, in part, for his veteran leadership to young Chicago Bulls players, it seems to have backfired. In a Tuesday appearance on ESPN’s The Jump, Nick Friedell said that a Wade buyout was “inevitable” and that he has very much worn out his welcome with the team’s younger players. (read more)

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The Cleveland Cavaliers ended up receiving a massive haul from the Boston Celtics in exchange for disgruntled All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving. That haul includes fellow All-Star Isaiah Thomas and a highly sought-after first-round pick, originally from the Brooklyn Nets. (read more)

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Some were surprised that the Cleveland Cavaliers were willing to trade Kyrie Irving to their biggest Eastern Conference rival, but the team was reportedly willing to make a move that would have been even more controversial.According to a tidbit from Marc J. (read more)

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It’s unclear exactly how LeBron James and Kyrie Irving feel about one another, since there have been multiple reports and cryptic social media posts that suggest everything under the sun.From reading the tea leaves, it sure looked like Irving had had enough of James hogging the spotlight, and wanted to inherit his own team that he could run and be the star on. (read more)

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After trading away two of their top perimeter defenders this summer in Avery Bradley and Jae Crowder, the Boston Celtics may be pursuing a familiar face. Celtics reporter Brian Robb of the Boston Sports Journal mentions First Team All-Defensive guard Tony Allen as a potential option for the team, noting that Boston has a guaranteed roster spot left and the veteran’s minimum to offer. (read more)

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