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2019 Schedule
2nd in Southeast
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Curry, Paul, Wall launch Florence fundraiser

NBA stars Steph Curry, Chris Paul and John Wall, all of whom grew up in North Carolina, have teamed to support Hurricane Florence relief efforts with a fundraising website.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The current standings for the 8 teams in the luxury tax: 1) OKC-$73.75M 2) GSW- $44.70M 3) TOR- $34.50M 4) HOU- $20.44M 5) WAS- $18.32M 6) POR- $12.58M 7) BOS- $6.03M and 8) MIA- $4.86M. The 22 teams below the tax currently project to receive $4.88M in distribution money. That number is a projection and will increase or decrease by the end of the regular season. Last season, 26 teams received $2.21M.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Our preseason BPI ratings predict how many points per game better or worse every team is relative to the NBA average.

Jalen skeptical of Howard's evolution into Kevin Durant (1:48)
Arenas-Crittenton showdown stemmed from card game (2:16)
Windhorst: Teammates 'don't want a part' of Howard (1:39)
Howard hilariously tells the story of his career (0:32)
Howard says LeBron-Durant hanging out not a big deal (1:49)
Robinson gets up for vicious poster dunk (0:25)
Robinson throws down baseline slam (0:15)
McCullough throws down nasty poster dunk (0:27)
Brown hustles to beat halftime buzzer (0:26)
Robinson posterizes Walker (0:20)
Wizards provide Dwight with 'tremendous opportunity' (0:42)
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Sources: Buyout clears Howard's path to Wizards

Dwight Howard, who was acquired by the Nets in a draft-day trade with the Hornets, has finalized a buyout with Brooklyn, clearing a path for him to sign with the Wizards, sources told ESPN.

Stephen A., Max divided on Wizards' additions of Dwight, Green (1:58)
Drama in DC leads to Rivers/Gortat trade (1:55)

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Some 2018-19 luxury tax savings for Washington with the addition of Austin Rivers. The guard is in the final year of his contract with a cap hit of $12.65M with the Wizards saving a projected $1.4M towards the tax. Marcin Gortat is also in the final year of his contract with a cap hit of $13.5M. The veteran center gives the Clippers an insurance policy with DeAndre Jordan still deciding on his $24.1M player option.

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Team Stats

Points Per Game106.613th
Rebounds Per Game43.121st
Assists Per Game25.24th
Points Allowed106.015th

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