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Hiram Martinez ESPN 

Pau Gasol reacciona a los atentados en Barcelona. El pívot catalán de los San Antonio Spurs está en Melilla para un juego de preparación de la selección española ante Túnez. https://twitter.com/paugasol/status/898229952277032961

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Six weeks (October 1) until the qualifying offer (QO) for restricted free agents expire (unless extended). There are still five players that can sign the QO; Nerlens Noel ($4.2M), Mason Plumlee ($4.6M), Nikola Mirotic ($7.3M), Alex Len ($4.2M) and JaMychal Green ($2.8M). A player will see still be a RFA past October 1 but with no qualifying offer on the table. A player signing the QO would have veto power to any trade.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics rookie Guerschon Yabusele owns the nickname "Dancing Bear." During a community event at Canobie Lake Park in Salem, New Hampshire on Thursday, he found a restaurant that shares that name.

Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

The National Basketball Players Association will announce its third annual NBA Players Voice Awards tomorrow morning via Twitter. There are 14 individual awards, including Most Valuable Player. There is also a "Best Teammate" award for all 30 teams.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

After missing summer league to rehab following ankle surgery, Celtics 2016 first-round pick Guerschon Yabusele said he expects to be full-go at the start of training camp later this month and will resume basketball activities with informal practices on Monday.

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Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant cruising through his old neighborhood holding the Larry O'Brien trophy.

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Chris Haynes ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Durant arrives in his hometown of Seat Pleasant, Maryland for the Kevin Durant parade in honor of his championship and off-the-court charities.

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Baxter Holmes ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement from Lakers' CEO & Controlling Owner Jeanie Buss on the passing of former Laker Tommy Hawkins:

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

NBA China announced Wednesday that two-time NBA All-Star Kawhi Leonard will visit China from Aug. 18-24 to support the growth of basketball in the country, and coach top youth talent from the region at The NBA Academy Zhejiang. This would mark Leonard's first trip to China. Leonard will host a basketball clinic in Beijing for select migrant school students as part of the league's celebration of its partnership with CCTV. Leonard will also meet fans at NBA 5v5, the league's five-on-five tournament for elite players in China, and visit Tencent's studio in Beijing.