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NBA trade rumors: Grizzlies explore Andre Iguodala market; Rockets, Mavs interested Well-traveled Jimmer Fredette has left the Warriors’ summer league team after only two games to minimize his chance of injury while he considers options overseas, the Bay Area News Group reported, citing unidentified league sources.Fredette, 30, informed the Warriors of his plan after a loss Tuesday to the Lakers in the California Classic. He wasn’t with the team for Wednesday’s game in Sacramento against the Heat and won’t travel with the Warriors to the Las Vegas Summer League from July 5-15, according to the report. “He still can play. I think he should still play,” said Warriors summer league coach Aaron Miles, who spoke with Fredette. “I should say this: I think he should do whatever he feels is best for him and his family. I know a lot of times as you get older, sometimes it’s more mental than physical. But I don’t know his situation. I don’t know what the reasoning behind it. But he definitely has a lot of basketball left.”The veteran shooting guard — a prolific scorer who has struggled to find a home in the NBA because of his defense and ballhandling skills — had only 19 points in 41 minutes in the two games. Related News Those around the veteran insisted to the Bay Area News Group that he wasn’t unhappy with his role or play with the Warriors. Still, the Warriors have placed a higher summer league priority on players expected to be on their regular-season roster, including 2019 draft picks Jordan Poole, Eric Paschall and Alen Smailagic, second-year guard Jacob Evans and fourth-year center Damian Jones.Fredette’s goal entering summer league play was to land on an NBA roster for next season, he said.He changed his mind about his future in recent days when an undisclosed number of overseas teams expressed interest, according to the Bay Area News Group, which cited an unidentified NBA source familiar with Fredette’s thinking. Fredette returned to the NBA near the end of the 2018-19 season after spending multiple years in China with the Shanghai Sharks. But he struggled in six games (3.7 points on 27.6 percent shooting in 10.8 minutes per game) with the Suns, who declined their option on him for 2019-20.He also has played in the NBA with the Kings (2011-14), Bulls (2014), Pelicans (2014-15) and Knicks (2016). NBA free agency 2019 rumor roundup: A complete list of reported signings, trades from Day 4 Kawhi Leonard free agency rumors: Star taking his time ‘before deciding the next move’ Kawhi Leonard free agency rumors: Knicks canceled meeting with star because of ‘logistics’
London, United Kingdom | AFP | Chelsea’s Premier League title challenge to Manchester City has faded dramatically in recent weeks as Eden Hazard’s goals have dried up to leave Maurizio Sarri’s men 10 points adrift of the champions ahead of Saturday’s clash between the sides at Stamford Bridge.Even in the midst of an 18-game unbeaten run after City eased past the Blues 2-0 in the Community Shield in August, Sarri insisted Chelsea wouldn’t be able to last the pace against a team he considers the best in Europe.However, the Italian admitted his concern at the scale of his side’s downturn in recent weeks as defeats at Tottenham and then at Wolves where Chelsea capitulated from 1-0 up to lose 2-1 on Wednesday.Those losses as well as a goalless home draw with Everton mean Chelsea are hanging onto their top-four place only on goal difference.“City are the best team in Europe, maybe the best in the world,” said Sarri. “Manchester City are in another category. We have to play and to fight to be in the top four.”It is no coincidence that Chelsea’s dip has coincided with Hazard’s early season hot streak cooling off.The Belgian captain stood out as an exception to many players suffering a World Cup hangover. After being crowned the second best player on show in Russia, Hazard scored seven goals in his first six league starts of the season.At the time, Sarri talked of Hazard having the potential to score 40 goals in a campaign although his previous best for Chelsea was 19.However, with speculation mounting over whether Hazard will tie his future to the club by signing a new contract worth a reported £350,000 ($450,000) a week or hold out for a move to Real Madrid, the Belgian hasn’t scored in 11 games for club and country dating back two months.– Silva lining to De Bruyne absence –Sarri has blamed a series of niggling injuries as a demanding summer has finally started to take its toll. “It’s normal at the moment he isn’t at the top of his physical condition,” added the Italian this week.Yet, it is clear that without Hazard firing, Chelsea will struggle to even see off Tottenham and Arsenal for a place in the top four, let alone challenge the unbeaten City or Liverpool for the title.Strikers Alvaro Morata and Olivier Giroud have just six goals between them in the league all season and after promising a turnaround with a double against Crystal Palace last month, Morata’s famously fragile confidence looks shot again.That dependence on Hazard contrasts sharply with City, who have been without another Belgian, Kevin de Bruyne, for practically the whole season and still barely missed a beat.The outstanding individual in a collective 100-point masterclass as City stormed to the title last season, De Bruyne has played 81 minutes of league football this season due to two prolonged spells on the sidelines with injury.In his absence, Bernardo Silva has pounced on the chance to shine in a more central midfield role, freeing up the wings for Raheem Sterling, Riyad Mahrez and Leroy Sane to wreak havoc.Sane and Mahrez were on target on Tuesday as City won a seventh straight league game 2-1 at Watford despite leaving Sterling and many others on the bench as Pep Guardiola made six changes.By contrast, Sarri’s decision to make five changes was questioned after defeat at Wolves.“I don’t think it depends on the changes; it depends on the mentality of the team,” said Sarri. “We can lose a match, but not without a reaction.”Now he needs a reaction against the toughest team of all.Share on: WhatsApp
One person is dead following a porta-potty fire in St. Augustine, Saturday morning.according to the St. Johns County Sheriff’s Office, human remains were found at the scene of a fire after rescue officials extinguished it.Shortly after, the fire marshal responded to the scene and is investigating the cause of the fire.It is unclear at this time if a crime was committed before the fire or if an accelerant was used.The medical examiner is expected to conduct an autopsy Monday to identify the person and determine the cause of death.No other information is available at this time.