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Nichols questions Phil's plan with Porzingis (1:42)
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Sources: Celtics, Knicks talk Porzingis trade

The Knicks have engaged in trade talks involving Kristaps Porzingis with the Celtics, Thunder and Suns, but sources tell ESPN that Knicks president Phil Jackson's demands for the young star are "ridiculous" and a deal is far from being done.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants rookies and veterans will report to training camp on July 27. Camp will again be held at their facility in East Rutherford. Summer in the swamps. Beautiful.

Dave McMenamin ESPN Staff Writer 

Source familiar with the talks between Knicks and Celtics told ESPN that New York's demands for Kristaps Porzingis are "ridiculous." Also the source gives the sense that Boston will likely keep its No. 3 pick to draft a player and not trade down again.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Celtics have offered the Knicks a deal for Kristaps Porzingis that includes their No. 3 pick, an additional lottery pick that they think they can acquire tonight and a player, executives familiar with Boston's offer told ESPN. Obviously, the trade would be contingent on Boston acquiring that pick, which would likely be ahead of the Knicks' No. 8 pick. It is unclear at this point if the Knicks have interest in the trade. Phil Jackson said the club is taking calls on trades for Porzingis.

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

There have been multiple discussions between Knicks and Celtics involving Porzingis, but source told ESPN two sides not close on a deal.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

The Celtics remain in trade pursuit of Kristaps Porzingis, league sources say, trying to assemble a package to meet the Knicks' demands.

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Phil Jackson speaks

Phil Jackson spoke to MSG Network last night. Do you feel better about the direction of the Knicks? Will the Melo vs. Phil saga be resolved?

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Opposing executives believe Minnesota is considering using its No. 7 pick as part of a package to try to re-engage the Chicago Bulls on a trade for Jimmy Butler, ESPN has learned. The Cavs had previously tried to trade for Butler but were unsuccessful. Sources told ESPN's Marc Stein that Butler earlier this week expressed a desire to remain in Chicago and lead the Bulls back to prominence. The Vertical reported earlier this week that Minnesota had preliminary talks with Chicago about Butler.

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Romine remains hot in clutch

Yankees C Austin Romine's two-run double during New York's 8-4 win vs. the Angels on Wednesday raised his batting average with runners in scoring position to .368 since the start of 2014, the highest clip in the major leagues among players with at least 50 at-bats in those situations over that span. (Elias Sports Bureau)

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