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Andy Withers ESPN Managing Editor 

Congratulations to Jonathon Roseworn: $1000 richer with a little help from Anthony Mundine at the ESPN Three Point Shooting Challenge.

Andy Withers ESPN Managing Editor 

Eric Gordon and Anthony Mundine share a few words after the ESPN Three Point Shooting Challenge in Sydney.

Andy Withers ESPN Managing Editor 

Eric Gordon making his fans happy. Signing some autographs after the ESPN Three Point Shooting Challenge.

Andy Withers ESPN Managing Editor 

Anthony Mundine a Eric Gordon share a few words.

Andy Withers ESPN Managing Editor 

Eric Gordon is in the house at the ESPN Three Point Shooting Challenge in Sydney.

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Andy Withers ESPN Managing Editor 

Early tryouts in the ESPN Three Point Shootout Challenge in Sydney. Top 10 will take on Eric Gordon.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Knicks announce that they've signed Jamel Artis, Nigel Hayes and Xavier Rathan-Mayes. All three likely have partial guarantees and are signed for 1 year.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Kawhi Leonard on his expectations for the season, and the competitive Western Conference: "It's always the same expectations for myself; try to come in, be a leader, the best player I can be. I'm a team guy. So we're all focused on getting to April, and the playoffs, and working to get a championship. That's why I'm playing this game: to get the ultimate goal. From what I've learned just playing in this league, it's not about who you're facing. It's about what's within yourself and your team. If you guys are going to become better, [you have to] execute at the right level. So, none of that matters to me. I just focus on the Spurs, and make sure I have the best team. Then when we face them that night, then that's what we have to deal with. It's really just us moving as a collective group, and just getting better each and every day."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Last year's Knicks named Carmelo Anthony 'Best Teammate' on NYK as part of the NBPA's 2017 Players Voice Awards.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Kawhi Leonard spent time in Beijing today with the Chinese media. Here's what Leonard had to say about how he's preparing for the upcoming season: "Everyone saw how it ended. [The offseason] started off slow, just rehabbing, getting back 100 percent. But obviously, just everything like I say every year. Just come back a better player, better man, better leader, and just work on my game. I respect it. I'm very passionate about it. I love to play. This is why I work so hard at it. [I've been working on] just everything, shooting. You'll see. You'll see next season. Something always new comes."