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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

On behalf of his foundation, Emmanuel Mudiay hosted dozens of young basketball players for a camp at the National Basketball Players Association on Saturday in conjunction with Go Hoop Day. He took some time to answer a few questions about the Knicks. Here, he talks about how all the players have a fresh start under new coach David Fizdale: "We're all kind of starting from scratch. But it's a positive scratch. It's big to see that people are actually loving what the front office is doing, loving what the coaching staff is doing. Everybody's supportive. So that's a good thing." Mudiay was asked if it feels like a ‘new vibe' under Fizdale. "For sure. It's like night and day to be honest. You could just see people having confidence in themselves. And Fiz did a great job connecting with the players. Not only him but his coaching staff." Mudiay plans to spend some time in New York during the rest of the offseason. The NBPA will host camps in New York City with other Knicks, including Tim Hardaway Jr., between August 6-17 at Basketball City. Kemba Walker and Andre Drummond are also expected to host camps.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

On behalf of his foundation, Emmanuel Mudiay hosted dozens of young basketball players for a camp at the National Basketball Players Association on Saturday in conjunction with Go Hoop Day. He took some time to answer a few questions about the Knicks and his camp. Here, he talks about the importance of connecting with young children in New York: "I'm here now and I've always wanted to be coming to New York, the Mecca of basketball (and helping the community). And coming together to play basketball is something that us kids, when we were younger, we did. And it means a lot to me especially doing it here, now that I'm playing here. Just connecting with the community as well. But it's moreso just about giving back. That's what it's all about."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

On behalf of his foundation, Emmanuel Mudiay hosted dozens of young basketball players for a skills camp at the National Basketball Players Association on Saturday in conjunction with Go Hoop Day:

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

On behalf of his foundation, Emmanuel Mudiay hosted dozens of young basketball players for a skills camp at the National Basketball Players Association on Saturday in conjunction with Go Hoop Day:

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

On behalf of his foundation, Emmanuel Mudiay hosted dozens of young basketball players for a skills camp at the National Basketball Players Association on Saturday in conjunction with Go Hoop Day. NBPA will host camps in NYC with Tim Hardaway Jr. and others later this summer:

Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN 

Washington Wizards assistant Sidney Lowe has agreed to a deal to become the top assistant to Dwane Casey with the Detroit Pistons, league source tells ESPN.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

James Harden hosted an "IImma Be a Star" adidas block party at Audubon Middle School in Los Angeles, Harden and adidas unveiled 12 new outdoor basketball courts and plans to update the indoor basketball gym at his middle school.

Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN 

Detroit coach Dwane Casey has hired Toronto's DJ Bakker to become his player development coach, league sources tell ESPN. With Sean Sweeney and Bakker, Casey is starting to build out his staff.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks coach David Fizdale and Knicks forward Michael Beasley are also with the NBA contingent at the NYC Pride Parade today.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Enes Kanter hasn't yet made a decision on his $18.6 million player option. Opposing teams expect him to opt in. But if Kanter opted out, multiple teams - including the Milwaukee Bucks - have expressed interest internally in discussing a potential contract with the 26-year-old center. The deadline for Kanter to decide on his option is June 29.

Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN 

The Suns pushed the guarantee date on guard Tyler Ulis' contract until Saturday, so no decision needs to be made today, league source tells ESPN.