Fantastic news for all Clippers fans around the world. As the faces of the franchise, it should be a HUGE priority for them to resign these two as soon as possible. Blake Griffin and Chris Paul are players that only come around once in a lifetime, and are the Clippers only chance to make it deep into the playoffs in the star-studded West division.
As the harsh reality for Chris Bosh continues... though it's great the Heat will still get his money from them, Chris Bosh just wants to be able to play basketball again. It's a shame to see a great person and great basketball player struggle with health issues like this, but we all hope another NBA team gives him a chance to play but most importantly that his blood clots issue is resolved fully first.
This doesn't come to any surprise as Duane Brown is coming off surgery to to repair a torn quadriceps tendon. The three-time pro bowler has been positive through the situation, as he's been limited back at practices this week. Look for Chris Clark to start his fourth game in a row in place of Brown in week four.
Ryan Fitzpatrick is absolutely right on that one! Last week against the Chiefs he managed to throw for sixth interceptions, while completing only twenty of forty-four pass attempts. If the Jets want any chance at beating the Seahawks then Fitzpatrick will massively have to cut down on his turnovers.
Not a good start to the season for the 76ers already. While they do get Joel Embiid back on the court, it's still a huge blow to the teams first round draft pick. If the 76ers have any chance at making the playoffs then they're going to need Ben Simmons as a starter and progressing over the course of the season.
Things can't get much worse for the Dolphins and the trade they made for Byron Maxwell. After acquiring Maxwell from a trade this off season from the Eagles, it looks as if the Dolphins plan on leaving him on the bench for weeks to come. Tony Lippett will replace Maxwell at his corner-back slot, even though he's yet to play a single snap for the Dolphins this season.
This is fantastic news for the Colts and Andrew Luck fantasy owners. While, shoulder problems are what hurt Luck most of last season, it's HUGE that he stays healthy this season in order for the Colts to make the playoffs. Look for him to be a top 5 QB option this week against the Jaguars.
This may not be big news for fantasy football owners but it's surely great news for Jeremy Vujnovich. After signing with the Colts this past season, he'll finally get his shot to eventually be a big part in the Colts offense.
In the early goings of training camp, Greivis Vasquez has been making great progress on his way back to the court. Kenny Atkinson; the Net's head coach, said that he's practicing in full already and looks to be ready to start the regular season fully healthy. Look for future reports on Vasquez, as he's a good fantasy option if getting the playing time.