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Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics coach Brad Stevens said forward Marcus Morris will not join the team for training camp until his on-going trial in Arizona concludes.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Brad Stevens said Marcus Morris will not be with the team until ongoing trial concludes.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Steve Mills says Carmelo Anthony is "a tremendous person off the court" and says Knicks will donate 100K to his Hurricane foundation.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Brad Stevens on Kyrie: "He'll play with the ball a ton ... but he'll also play off of it some."

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

With the trade official, Carmelo Anthony will be available at Thunder media day today in Oklahoma City.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Manu Ginobili stays rocking the KD's.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Manu Ginobili is the new Old Man Riverwalk. He's back for another go at it.

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Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Danny Green posing for video shoot.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Boston's new Big Three.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

The new Celtics Big Three ... Jayson Tatum should be added to this trio soon.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Celtics Media Day. Still seems strange that this guy is here.

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's a quick look at San Antonio's training camp roster:

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks GM Scott Perry on the Carmelo Anthony trade: "We acquired two 25-year-old players in this deal that we can develop, while sticking with our overall strategy of emphasizing youth and athleticism. With this trade, we have added scoring and aggressiveness to our frontcourt, and bolstered the team's perimeter shooting. We are glad to have finalized a trade that made sense for all of us."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks president Steve Mills on the Carmelo Anthony trade: "This is a deal we feel works for both this franchise and Carmelo. We thank him for his seven seasons in a Knicks uniform and all that he accomplished off the court for the City of New York by using his platform to address social issues. We will continue to focus on this team looking forward towards the immediate and long-term future. As we have said recently, this is a new beginning for the New York Knicks."

Malinda Adams ESPN Producer 

Crews are busy setting up for the Cavaliers Media Day. What news will be made here today?

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Frank Ntilikina was a guest of Joakim Noah's at the Noah's Arc Foundation Stickman Classic awards ceremony on Saturday. The ceremony was held at the Long Island City YMCA at the conclusion of the Stickman Classic league's season. Over 600 boys and girls participated in the league over the summer. During the event, Noah's mother, Cecilia Rodhe, who is also the Co-Founder of the Noah's Arc Foundation, created a Noah's Arc Foundation Peace Wall with the children that displayed their expressions about what peace looks like to them.

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Dwyane Wade is one of seven active players left from the vaunted draft class of 2003. The other six are all with the Cavs (James, Korver), Thunder (Anthony, Collison), and Warriors (West, Pachulia).

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

If you're looking toward numerology to determine Dwyane Wade's next home, his familiar jersey No. 3 is available in Miami (obviously), Oklahoma City and San Antonio. But it's currently taken by the recently-acquired Isaiah Thomas in Cleveland.

Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN 

Dwyane Wade gave back approximately $8M of his $23.8M salary to reach buyout agreement with Bulls, league sources tell ESPN.

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

Once Dwyane Wade finds a new home, he'll become the 16th former All-Star to change teams this offseason. Seven of the previous 15 went from the East to the West, with just one (Gordon Hayward) going from West to East.

Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN 

Sources: Cleveland, San Antonio and Miami are leaders for Dwyane Wade post-Bulls buyout. OKC could become factor too.

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

LaVar Ball says if two (or all three) of his sons are playing on the same night this season, he will attend the youngest's game.

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

LaVar Balls says with the way things are going with ZO2 Prime and Melo Ball 1, he might release a new shoe every 60 days.

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Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

LaVar Ball confirmed to ESPN that the Big Baller Brand will be releasing the ZO2 Prime Remix in each of the previously released colorways (SHO'TIME, red, blue, etc.).

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

LaVar Ball says rereleasing the ZO2 Primes is similar to "adding extra more spices" to an already good cake. Lonzo doesn't like the analogy.

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