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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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Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN 

The Los Angeles Clippers traded DeAndre Liggins to Atlanta, creating a $1.67M trade exception, league sources tell ESPN. The Hawks plan to waive Liggins. The deal drops the Clippers $122K below the luxury tax level.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The DeAndre Liggins trade now drops the Clippers $122,578 below the tax.

Jovan Buha ESPN Editor 

After beating Lonzo at pool before they go head to head on Lip Sync Battle, LaVar Ball made sure to remind his son he's still undefeated. "I hate to tell you, man, but there's only two people better than me at pool ... and I'm both of them!"

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Bobby Marks ESPN 

Chicago is one of a handful of teams next summer with room. The Bulls could still have between $36-50M in space.

Ramona Shelburne ESPN Senior Writer 

Swaggy P up in Oakland. Says, "I found myself passing a little bit more than usual "

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Bobby Marks ESPN 

The Bulls are still operating over the cap even with $92M in salary, $7.1M below the cap. The combination of $11.5M trade exception and $7M in non tax midlevel and bi-annual exception has the Chicago over.

Ramona Shelburne ESPN Senior Writer 

Back to hoops up in Golden State.

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Bobby Marks ESPN 

The Grizzlies JaMychal Green remains the lone restricted free agent not to sign. Green has until Oct. 1 to sign his $2.8M qualifying offer.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Statement from the New Orleans Saints and Pelicans, on behalf of owner Tom Benson, who is a former Naval officer: “Our organization takes great pride in equality and inclusion and find the comments by the President disappointing and inappropriate relative to our players on this issue. Tom Benson served in the military and continues to this day to support all military branches and feels strongly that we honor those men and women who defend our freedoms and our freedom of speech. He also believes that the very players that represent the Saints and Pelicans organizations should be allowed to share or express their feelings. We prefer to take this moment in time and work together, all of us, to stop the divisiveness. Our players and our organization serve the New Orleans community selflessly and do so without care of race, creed or sexual orientation and that makes us a better city and a better team. We believe strongly in honoring our flag and the national anthem and what it represents and we support our players. We all must strive to show that we are all Americans and continue to work towards equality for all. The NFL and NBA, perhaps more than any sports, have the power to bring communities together.”

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Carmelo Anthony will wear No. 7 for the Thunder. His jersey will not include a hoodie, though.

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

The NBPA responded to the White House not inviting the Warriors by saying it "defends its members' exercise of their free speech rights against those who would seek to stifle them. The celebration of free expression - not condemnation - is what truly makes America great."

Ohm Youngmisuk ESPN Staff Writer 

Adam Silver is disappointed that the Warriors will not be invited to the White House but he's proud of his players taking a stand. "I was in favor of the team visiting the White House and thought it was a rare opportunity for these players to share their views directly with the President," Silver said in a statement. "I am disappointed that that will not happen. More importantly, I am proud of our players for taking an active role in their communities and continuing to speak out on critically important issues."

Adam Reisinger ESPN.com 

NBA commissioner Adam Silver released this statement on the Warriors not being invited to the White House.

Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

Warriors general manager Bob Myers confirmed to ESPN's The Undefeated that the team is considering visiting the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History & Culture during their Washington, D.C. trip this season.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

It seemed like Knicks fans either loved or hated Carmelo Anthony - there was no in-between. I thought he always handled himself with class no matter the circumstance - and there were plenty of strange ones.

Ramona Shelburne ESPN Senior Writer 

Warriors GM Bob Myers on today's team meeting re the White House.

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