سایت بت برو : 6-Banner Sunday: IU is 4-1 after splitting two games at Empire Classic – Inside the Hall

6-Banner Sunday: IU is 4-1 after splitting two games at Empire Classic - Inside the Hall

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Welcome to another edition of 6-Banner Sunday, a joint production between The Assembly Call and Inside the Hall, and presented by our friends at Homefield Apparel, where we highlight the five most essential IU basketball stories of the past week, plus take a look at how the other IU sports programs are doing.

Indiana was seriously tested for the first time this season in New York at the Empire Classic this week. The results went as expected and were somewhere between total success and complete failure.

Meanwhile, on the women’s side, it was the best few days of the year so far, with a couple of massive victories. Also, Assembly Call had shows and an update on IU’s games streaming exclusively on Peacock. We will as usual conclude with a look at how other sports are doing led by Men’s soccer advancing to their ninth consecutive Sweet 16.

Here is what’s in this week’s edition:

• Hoosiers hold off Louisville
• IU dominated by UConn
• Women’s basketball beats Tennessee and Princeton in Fort Myers
• Assembly Call shows
• Peacock offering a Black Friday discount
• Hoosier Roundup – Men’s soccer advances in NCAA tournament

IU men’s basketball will play five games this season on Peacock and the women will play seven, making the streaming service essential for IU basketball fans. Sign up for Peacock using Inside the Hall’s link to help support the site and also enjoy Big Ten hoops all season long! (The link is an Inside the Hall affiliate link, so a commission will be paid to ITH if you click and subscribe to Peacock. Alex and the ITH team appreciate your support!)

Banner #1: Hoosiers hold off Louisville

IU was able to leave New York with a victory over the Cardinals in their second game of the Empire Classic. By doing so they improved to 4-1 on the season.

The contest went back-and-forth, but the Hoosiers closed on a 13-2 run to win 74-66. Indiana employed a zone defense late to turn the game around. By doing so, they avoided an embarrassing defeat to an opposing side that barely beat UMBC and was blown out by Chattanooga. Malik Reneau and Kel’el Ware continued to look strong in the post and finished with 12 points each. However, the team’s lack of shooters is causing the opposition to clog the paint and make life difficult for IU’s duo inside.

Afterward, Hoosier coach Mike Woodson spoke, Ryan Corazza wrote the Minute After and Film Session, Alex Bozich penned Five Takeaways, and William McDermott put together a column about the late switch to zone defense. Finally, Assembly Call had its postgame polls and email as well as a Coach’s Corner, Film Room, and article about whether to be optimistic about the play so far.

Banner #2: IU dominated by UConn

IU hung tough with reigning national champion Connecticut for a while and was within seven points through 35 minutes of play. However, the Huskies pulled away late for a 77-57 win as the Hoosiers suffered their first defeat.

Reneau led the team with 18 points in the post while Ware added 11. However, poor outside shooting was the issue, as it has been all year, as the Cream and Crimson went just 3-for-13 from behind the arc.

Afterward, Woodson spoke, Ryan Corazza wrote the Minute After, Alex Bozich penned Five Takeaways, and Amanda Foster put together a column about the defeat being a wake-up call. Finally, Assembly Call went Inside The Numbers and had its postgame polls, email, and Film Room.

The Hoosiers return to action today at 4:30 pm against Harvard in a pseudo-home game at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The Crimson are likely better than any opponent IU has faced so far outside of UConn and sit at 5-1 overall and inside the KenPom top 150.

Banner #3: Women’s basketball beats Tennessee and Princeton in Fort Myers

After failing an early season test at Stanford miserably, things have brightened considerably for Indiana. After falling to 21st nationally due to the Stanford loss, the Hoosiers have since looked like the team that spent much of last season in the top five nationally and won the Big Ten outright.

They started the week last Sunday by defeating a lesser Lipscomb squad. However, the real measuring stick came over the Thanksgiving holiday. The Hoosiers went to Fort Myers Florida and controlled contests against Tennessee and Princeton who have the potential to make a deep run in March. Led by the post play of Mackenzie Holmes and the outside shooting of Yarden Garzon and Sara Scalia, the Hoosiers defeated the Lady Vols 71-57 on Thanksgiving before knocking off the Tigers 72-63 just over 36 hours later.

Indiana is now 5-1 and figures to make a big jump in the polls this week. They do not have another tough matchup until New Year’s Eve as they look to put together a long winning steak. Their next contest is this Thursday at Maine (7 p.m. ET on ESPN+). This will be a homecoming for Holmes who grew up outside of Portland where the game is being played.

Banner #4: Assembly Call shows

Assembly Call was on-air twice this week. This included postgame shows following the contests against UConn and Louisville.

Also, Doing The Work was on-air several times in the last few days. This included episodes following the Lipscomb and Tennessee games.

Banner #5: Peacock offering a Black Friday discount

A huge change in the Big Ten’s new TV deal will see a handful of games exclusively streamed on Peacock rather than traditional cable. This includes 12 matchups featuring the Hoosiers. Seven women’s contests starting in January (including Iowa, Maryland, and Purdue) and five men’s games beginning in December (including Ohio State, Purdue, and Wisconsin) will be seen there.

Now Peacock is offering a Black Friday deal through tomorrow where these matchups can be seen for a discounted rate. Instead of the regular $5.99 a month or $59.99 for a year, it can now be bought for $1.99 monthly with the promo code BIGDEAL or $19.99 annually with the code YEARLONG.

Banner #6: Hoosier Roundup – Men’s soccer advances in NCAA tournament

• Men’s soccer beat Wake Forest on the road last Sunday to advance to their ninth consecutive Sweet 16. They head to Virginia today (1 pm ESPN+) with a spot on the line in the Elite Eight next weekend. Unlike the last couple of rounds, this matchup would take place within driving distance of most IU fans should Indiana advance. The potential contest would be either in the Hoosier State (Bloomington or South Bend) or just north of it in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Also, former star Pat Noonan of FC Cincinnati was named MLS’ coach of the year.

• Football fell 35-31 in the Bucket game to close the season and now the attention turns to whether Tom Allen will be kept as head coach. Also, a former Hoosier was named as a recipient of the Ford-Kinnick Leadership Award.

• Volleyball swept the weekend vs. Michigan and Michigan State to close the season after falling to highly-ranked Wisconsin last Sunday. They conclude 2023 at 21-12 overall and 11-9 in the league. It is the first time the squad has finished at or above .500 in Big Ten play in over 20 years. However, with a poor RPI and only a couple of signature wins, their first appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2010 is unlikely (there is no conference tournament in volleyball to improve their resume or receive an automatic bid).

• Wrestling competed at the Keystone Classic.

• Men’s tennis announced their 2024 schedule.

• Women’s soccer had a former player receive the Leanne Grotke Award and six current Hoosiers named CSC Academic All-District.

• Swimming and diving had three athletes receive weekly awards from the Big Ten.

Thanks for your continued support for The Assembly Call and Inside the Hall. We’ll be back next weekend with a new roundup.

Now go enjoy yourself a 6-banner Sunday.

Aaron (Ari) Shifron
Assembly Call Contributor

(Photo credit: IU Athletics)

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سایت بت برو : How can this benefit my brand? – Ash Sports Media

How can this benefit my brand? – Ash Sports Media

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On this week’s edition of How Can This Benefit My Brand, you’ll be locked into the following pieces of value 👇🏾

👉🏾 How to optimise storytelling on TikTok

👉🏾 Ways to maximise YouTube SEO

👉🏾 Improving accessibility through IG reels

👉🏾 The true value behind user-generated content on X

Now that’s how you tell a story on TikTok

TikTok video by Casuals Corner MMA illustrating the story of former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou

Casuals Corner MMA has produced this phenomenal TikTok illustrating Francis Ngannou’s journey to combat sports stardom 🌟

I must say, I got quite emotional with Will narrating this from an emotional perspective, but I get exactly what made this tick; the following involves 👇🏾

🌟A smooth and peaceful audio to get the audience engaged in the tone of the video

🌟a transition of images illustrating the journey of Francis’ legacy accompanied by a voiceover 

🌟a caption that doesn’t heavily involve many characters and encourages people to listen

🌟 responding to as many comments as possible to optimise the TikTok algorithm to help the content crawl to the top of social feeds

What’s even more powerful about this story is that it’s so easy to produce; that’s the great thing about TikTok. Will literally took his probably on his phone, accompanied by a compilation of images and a script 🔥

Demitrious Johnson leads by example on how to optimise YouTube SEO

X thread by @Ashsportsmedia illustrating a marketing analysis of Mighty Mouse’s YouTube marketing tactics

For any fighters/brands looking to optimise their YouTube channels, I can strongly recommend using @MightyMouse as a prime example from a brand marketing perspective 🌟

Here is why 👇🏾


As you can see with each of his YouTube uploads, he has a consistent style with how his thumbnails are presented; this can be a deal breaker with regards to someone clicking through to watch a video or not 👀


Mighty Mouse has a lot of tick boxes here which optimise visibility, SEO and referral traffic to other parts of his brand; this involves the following 👇🏾

👉🏾 3 hashtags relating to the subject of the video

👉🏾 a summary of the video in a few sentences

👉🏾 links to his social media channels alongside sponsorship leads he’s affiliated to

👉🏾 further hashtags that are linked to his brand

If these tactics are followed consistently, then this will pay big dividends towards growing your brand on YouTube 💡

I appreciate how much time this takes; however, I’m here to help. 😁

Thefashionjogger demonstrates how to optimise Instagram Reels

Instagram reel by @thefashionjogger A.K.A Lisa Migliorini running in the streets of New York

As a fitness influencer, the fashionjogger, also known as Lisa Migliorini, has got her Instagram game on point from a marketing perspective 🌟

This reel in itself is an example; Lisa is an Italian long-distance runner who has uploaded a reel which literally lasts for a few seconds of herself running through the streets of New York accompanied by the one and only Jay Z ft. Beyonce’s- Empire State of Mind track, which is essentially the national anthem of the state 🇺🇸

Adding to this, something that particularly stood out to me was how she had two captions in two different languages 🇬🇧🇮🇹

As she’s originally from 🇮🇹, she’ll have an Italian audience following her content and has decided to make this culturally sensitive towards them. 

From a social media marketing perspective, social media algorithms appreciate accessibility with regard to content production. What this means is the more inclusive and accessible your content is for different audiences, the more likely it is for it to get ranked higher on your desired audiences’ feeds when scrolling 📲

X is where it’s at for user-generated content

X post by MMA Orbit promoting fan art ahead of UFC295

This has been a theme I’ve noticed for a very long time on X! It’s driven via user-generated content. For combat sports, in particular, fan art is becoming increasingly popular. 🎨

By endorsing user-generated content as a fighter or a brand, you’re well on your way to building a community more likely to engage in your content. This can be transferred through various avenues, such as reactively replying to comments, pinning your favourite comments from fans on occasion, offering a creative challenge to your audience before an event, etc. 

Now that’s enough from me, feel free to give me any other insights to content I may have missed out on 😁

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سایت بت برو : Nets’ Cam Thomas out at least two weeks with ankle sprain

Nets' Cam Thomas out at least two weeks with ankle sprain

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Brooklyn Nets guard Cam Thomas will be sidelined at least two weeks with a left ankle sprain.

An MRI confirmed the injury to one of this season’s breakout stars, the Nets announced Thursday.

He was injured when he stepped on Clippers forward P.J. Tucker’s foot in the third quarter in Wednesday’s 100-93 win at home against Los Angeles.

The third-year player is averaging a team-high 26.9 points with 3.8 rebounds and 2.1 assists through eight games (seven starts) this season.

Brooklyn’s 2021 first-round pick (27th overall) averaged 8.5 points as a rookie and 10.6 per game in 2022-23.

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سایت بت برو : Big Ten’s top 25 players for 2023-24 season: 5-1 – Inside the Hall

Big Ten’s top 25 players for 2023-24 season: 5-1 - Inside the Hall

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With the official start of practice just a few weeks away, UMHoops and Inside the Hall have once again partnered to bring you our annual preseason breakdown of the top 25 players in the Big Ten.

The series is broken into five parts with one post each day this week. Our fifth and final installment of players 5-1 for the 2023-24 season is available below:

Previously: 25-21, 20-16, 15-11, 10-6

5. Boo Buie, Northwestern (6-foot-2, guard, fifth-year senior)

Buie has seen it all during his four years at Northwestern. The 6-foot-2 guard helped Northwestern to the NCAA tournament and has seen every defensive coverage, taken every shot on the floor and been through all of the highs and lows this sport has to offer. Buie has over 1300 shot attempts in four years and has used at least 24 percent of Northwestern’s possessions in each of his collegiate seasons.

There’s no reason to think he won’t flirt with 30 percent usage again this season, but his chances of ending the year as an All-Big Ten first-teamer hinge on Northwestern’s ability to grind out wins in a similar fashion to last season.

Buie hit a career-high in 2-point shooting last year at 46.7 percent but shot just 31.8 percent from 3-point range on 201 attempts. The next step for him individually is matching that volume while making better than 35 percent of his attempts.

4. Jahmir Young, Maryland (6-foot-1, guard, fifth-year senior)

Forecasting an up-transfer to the Big Ten is always tricky, but Young made the transition look easy.

The 6-foot-1 lefty averaged 15.8 points, 4.6 rebounds and 3.1 assists in his first season in College Park and led the Terps to an NCAA tournament appearance in Kevin Willard’s first season.

Young knows how to balance facilitating and generating offense for himself. His assist rate ranked in the top ten in the Big Ten, but he can also score from anywhere on the floor. He shot close to 38 percent on 3s in conference play last season, ranked 15th in free throw rate (FTA/FGA) and converted at an 83.2 percent clip from the line.

Defensively, he’s one of the better on-ball perimeter pests in the conference. He ranked fifth in league play in steal percentage.

After testing the NBA draft waters, Young is back for a fifth college season and is expected to be the centerpiece on a Maryland roster looking to improve upon last season’s eight-seed in March Madness.

3. Tyson Walker, Michigan State (6-foot-1, guard, fifth-year senior)

Walker is one of the best tough-shot makers in the entire country. Per Synergy Sports, he scored .19 points over expected on his half-court shot attempts last year and shot better than 40 percent on off the dribble and catch-and-shoot jump shots.

Walker cut turnovers out of his game last season, with a 21.2 percent turnover rate down to 10.3 percent, and attempted almost twice as many threes as the previous season. He still connected at a 41.5 percent clip from deep, finishing the year 59-of-142 for the year.

If you are shooting over 40 percent from 3-point range, you generally need to shoot more often. That applied to Walker after his junior year, when he made 47.3 percent of 74 attempts, and still applies to him this year after making 41.5 percent of 142 attempts. There’s no reason that Walker can’t attempt more 3-point shots in his fifth year.

In previous eras, Walker’s impressive play in the NCAA tournament would have felt like the bittersweet end for a player who had put everything together in the closing moments of his career. Instead, he’ll use his COVID year and lead the Spartans for one more year – one with more preseason expectations than we’ve seen for a while in East Lansing.

2. Terrence Shannon Jr., Illinois (6-foot-6, guard, fifth-year senior)

It seemed like a foregone conclusion that last season would be Shannon’s only campaign in the Big Ten, but the Chicago native is running it back for a fifth season.

As a likely second-round NBA draft pick, Shannon’s decision to return to school was likely driven by the NIL deals he secured as one of the best guards in college basketball. And he’ll be worth every penny to the Illini.

Shannon was a problem for Big Ten guards to defend last season as he used his size and shiftiness to get to his spots and score or draw fouls. He had the best free throw rate (FTA/FGA) in the Big Ten, an impressive feat in a league featuring Trayce Jackson-Davis and Zach Edey.

His outside shot isn’t the most consistent – 32.1 percent last season – but it’s good enough to keep defenses honest. As one of the better perimeter defenders in the league and one of the league’s premier open-court scorers, improving his shooting consistency is the key for Shannon in his final season.

1. Zach Edey, Purdue (7-foot-4, center, senior)

There’s not much more to say about Zach Edey, who racked up 22 KenPom MVPs last year, including the first 11 games of the regular season. Edey is returning for another season despite sweeping every national player of the year honor in 2022-23.

Edey let the nation at 17.4 points per game created out of post-ups and anchored a Purdue defense that allowed the 10th fewest shot attempts per game around the basket.

His size and ability changes the floor dynamic in every game. He demands attention from multiple defenders and helped Purdue finish 1st in the Big Ten in offensive rebounding rate, defensive rebounding rate, free-throw rate and free-throw rate allowed.

Purdue fell short in the NCAA tournament with a shocking upset defeat against Farleigh Dickinson. Still, there’s no reason to think Edey shouldn’t be the national player of the year frontrunner again this season.

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سایت بت برو : Team USA crushes Jordan to sweep through World Cup group

Team USA crushes Jordan to sweep through World Cup group

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MANILA, Philippines — Team USA’s Anthony Edwards and Jordan’s Rondae Hollis-Jefferson added some spice to what otherwise would have been a low-drama game, staging an American playground-style duel that isn’t normally seen at the FIBA World Cup.

The two shooting guards went back-and-forth racking up points and giving the crowd at Mall of Asia Arena something to pay attention to besides the score as Team USA won 110-62 on Wednesday to finish first-round pool play 3-0.

The U.S. moves on to the World Cup’s second round and will play Montenegro (2-1) on Friday and Lithuania (3-0) on Sunday.

Edwards delighted in the meeting with Hollis-Jefferson, who was one of his mentors in training camp with the Minnesota Timberwolves his rookie year in 2020. Hollis-Jefferson, a six-year NBA veteran, came in as the event’s second-leading scorer and one of the happy stories of the first week.

“We haven’t seen each other since then, so it was fun,” Edwards said. “And yeah, we was talking with smack out there for sure.”

Edwards threw in several dunks, three 3-pointers and even a behind-the-back pass. He finished with 22 points in 19 minutes and also had eight rebounds and four assists.

Edwards also fouled Hollis-Jefferson twice, which is something Hollis-Jefferson has become an expert at while playing overseas the past two seasons. After drawing 15 fouls in a 39-point showing against New Zealand on Monday, Hollis-Jefferson drove, twisted and baited the U.S. into fouling him eight times.

Hollis-Jefferson finished with 20 points and 7 rebounds, though he was slowed after spraining his left ankle on a drive to the basket in the first half.

In a moment that sort of summed up the show, Edwards scored on back-to-back breakaways during the third quarter. On the first, Jordan’s Amin Abu Hawwas tried to get in Edwards’ way and forced him to abandon a highlight dunk attempt and settle for a layup. Edwards gave him a sideways look for ruining the chance.

Seconds later, after a Jordan turnover, Edwards had the ball on a break again. This time Abu Hawwas slowed down behind Edwards as he threw down a windmill dunk to the delight of the crowd.

Team USA coach Steve Kerr had seen enough late in the third, calling timeout to take out his starters. Edwards said farewell by tossing in a 35-footer that didn’t count.

Edwards was in one of his typical good moods after the contest and, with an average margin of victory of 34 points through three games, was feeling confident about Team USA’s chances of winning the World Cup for the first time since 2014 — especially after being asked about Sunday’s second-round game with Lithuania, which is also undefeated.

“I think we gonna win,” Edwards said with a smile. “We’re undefeated also. I think we have a great chance to win. We got great coaching staff. We got great players. And our confidence is at all times we not really worried about those guys.”

The most important thing that happened for the Americans in the game was a starting lineup change, Kerr’s first of the past month. He put in Josh Hart, who played strongly in the win over Greece on Monday, for Brandon Ingram.

The move was made for Ingram’s benefit, as he was struggling mostly as a spot-up shooter. With the second unit, he was able to play with the ball more in his hands, as he’s used to with the New Orleans Pelicans.

Ingram immediately looked more comfortable as a playmaker and had his best game in Manila, racking up five assists with seven points in 15 minutes.

“We just felt like it was important to take a look at Josh with the starting group and Brandon with the next group to see if the combinations fit,” Kerr said. “I liked what I saw. The game wasn’t competitive, but there was good flow with both groups.”

Jaren Jackson Jr. also had a strong game, with 12 points, 6 rebounds and 2 blocks.

Serbia, Georgia and Brazil also advanced to the second round with victories Wednesday.

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سایت بت برو : جیلن براون، سلتیکس با ثبت 5 سال تمدید 304 میلیون دلاری سوپرمکس موافقت کردند

جیلن براون، سلتیکس با ثبت 5 سال تمدید 304 میلیون دلاری سوپرمکس موافقت کردند

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جیلن براون، ستاره بوستون سلتیکس، با امضای ثروتمندترین قرارداد تاریخ NBA – تمدید قرارداد 5 ساله سوپرمکس 304 میلیون دلاری، ایجنت او، جیسون گلوشون، روز سه شنبه به ESPN گفت.

براون و گلوشون عصر یکشنبه در بوستون با مدیریت و مالکیت سلتیکس دیدار کردند و عناصر باقی مانده از قرارداد تاریخی را نهایی کردند که دو بار ستاره ستاره را تا فصل 2028-29 تحت قرارداد نگه می دارد.

قرارداد براون از تمدید 276 میلیون دلاری نیکولا جوکیچ که دو بار MVP با دنور ناگتس دریافت کرده بود، بیشتر است، افزایشی بر اساس افزایش سقف حقوق و درآمد لیگ. براون، 26 ساله، روز دوشنبه فیزیکی در بوستون برای تثبیت قرارداد انجام شد.

براون با کسب افتخارات تیم دوم در لیگ NBA در فصل 2022-23 واجد شرایط تمدید پنج ساله سوپر مکس با سلتیکس شد. براون و هم تیمی اش جیسون تیتوم، که واجد شرایط تمدید سوپر مکس در تابستان آینده است، یکی از سازنده ترین دوتایی NBA را تشکیل می دهند و سنگ بنای مدعی قهرمانی سلتیکس هستند.

براون در فصل گذشته میانگین بهترین های دوران حرفه ای خود را با 26.6 امتیاز و 49 درصد تیراندازی به دست آورد. او در فصل آینده در آخرین سال قرارداد قبلی خود 31.8 میلیون دلار درآمد خواهد داشت.

براون قرار است در فصل 2024-2025، 52.3 میلیون دلار و در سال 2028-2029، یعنی سال آخر قرارداد، 69.1 میلیون دلار به دست بیاورد. او واجد شرایط بند عدم تجارت نیست زیرا تمدید را امضا کرده است.

طبق تحقیقات ESPN Stats & Information، تیتوم و براون فصل گذشته در مجموع 56.7 امتیاز در هر بازی به دست آوردند، که چهارمین امتیاز در هر بازی از زمان ادغام 1976-1977 است. آنها همچنین در 10 بازی 30 امتیاز به دست آوردند، شاهکاری که تنها شکیل اونیل و کوبی برایانت در 30 فصل گذشته به آن دست یافته اند. براون فصل گذشته با 54 درصد از ضربات بدون کمک خود به عنوان خالق عکس پیشرفت کرد – طبق گزارش Second Spectrum، 1.15 امتیاز در هر رانندگی مستقیم.

سلتیکس در هر یک از هفت فصل NBA براون، از جمله فینال NBA در سال 2022 و سه سفر فینال کنفرانس شرق، به پلی آف راه یافته است. بوستون ستاره سابق UC-Berkeley را با سومین انتخاب کلی در سال 2016 انتخاب کرد.

در خارج از دادگاه، براون یک تاجر، علاقه‌مند به مد و مربی برای بچه‌های بی‌شماری، و همچنین یک بشردوست در بوستون و بین‌المللی است. او در حال حاضر به عنوان نایب رئیس اتحادیه ملی بسکتبالیست ها فعالیت می کند.

این بازیکن بومی آتلانتا اخیرا در هفته مد پاریس شرکت کرد و در اجلاس ورزش و سرگرمی Variety در مورد موفقیت خارج از زمین صحبت کرد. او مشارکت هایی ایجاد کرده است که پل هایی ایجاد می کند تا جوانان رنگین پوست را از طریق بنیاد 7uice خود به آموزش برابر و فرصت های رهبری دسترسی داشته باشند.

براون در حال حاضر میزبان سومین برنامه سالانه پل خود در بوستون برای 100 دانش آموز مدارس دولتی بوستون است. او همچنین قصد دارد در این فصل به کنیا برود تا با بیش از 200 دانش آموز محلی صحبت کند و به آنها راهنمایی کند. براون همچنین در میان 20 بازیکن NBA بود که در NBPA’s “The Sanctuary” شرکت کردند.

آدریان ویناروفسکی و بابی مارکس از ESPN در این گزارش مشارکت داشتند.

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سایت بت برو : WI Vs IND 2023: ODI Schedule, Squad, Playing 11, Captain, Live Streaming, Head to Head

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WI vs IND 2023: ODI Schedule, Squad, Playing 11, Captain, Live Streaming, Head to Head | تور هند غربی: وست هند و هند سه مسابقه سری ODI را در دو مکان مختلف از 27 جولای تا 1 آگوست 2023 برگزار خواهند کرد.

هند در حال حاضر در رتبه 3 در رده بندی تیم های آزمایشی ICC قرار دارد، در حالی که هند غربی در رتبه 10 قرار دارد. هند توسط روهیت شارما، که یکی از بهترین خفاش بازان در جهان است، رهبری می شود. وست هند توسط Shai Hope رهبری می شود که یک خمیر جامد است.

اولین بازی در کنزینگتون اووال در بریج تاون، باربادوس، در تاریخ 27 ژوئیه 2023 برگزار می شود. بازی از ساعت 09:30 صبح آغاز می شود.IST). مسابقه دوم در 29 ژوئیه 2023 در همان محل برگزار می شود. بازی سوم در آکادمی کریکت برایان لارا در ترینیداد و توباگو در تاریخ 1 اوت 2023 برگزار می شود.

WI vs IND 2023 ODI Schedule:

تاریخ و زمان همخوانی داشتن محل
27 ژوئیه 2023 – 09:30 صبح (IST) ODI اول – WI در مقابل IND کنزینگتون بیضی، بریج تاون، باربادوس
29 ژوئیه 2023 – 09:30 صبح (IST) ODI دوم – WI در مقابل IND کنزینگتون بیضی، بریج تاون، باربادوس
1 اوت 2023 – 09:30 صبح (IST) ODI سوم – WI در مقابل IND استادیوم برایان لارا، تاروبا، ترینیداد

WI vs IND 2023 Squad:

تیم ODI هند: روهیت شارما (سی)، شوبمن گیل، روتوراج گایکواد، ویرات کوهلی، سوریا کومار یداو، سانجو سامسون، ایشان کیشان، هاردیک پاندیا، شاردول تاکور، راویندرا جادجا، آکسار پاتل، یوزوندرا چاهال، کولدیپ یاداو، جایدو اونادکات، موهد. سراج، عمران مالک، موکش کومار.

تیم ODI هند غربی: شای هوپ (سیشمر بروکس، یانیک کاریا، کیسی کارتی، راستون چیس، شانون گابریل، جیسون هولدر، آکال حسین، آلزاری جوزف، براندون کینگ، کایل مایر، نیکلاس پوران، رومن پاول، روماریو شپرد، اودین اسمیت.

WI vs IND 2023 Captain:

روهیت شارما هدایت تیم کریکت مردان هند در ODI را بر عهده خواهد داشت، در حالی که شای هوپ در ODI ها هدایت هند غربی را بر عهده خواهد داشت.

WI vs IND 2023 Playing 11:

هند بازی 11: روهیت شارما، شوبمن گیل، ویرات کوهلی، سوریا کومار یاداو، سانجو سامسون، ایشان کیشان، هاردیک پاندیا، راویندرا جادجا، آکسار پاتل، مهد. سراج، عمران مالک.

بازی هند وست 11: شای هوپ، شمر بروکس، روستون چیس، شانون گابریل، جیسون هولدر، آکال حسین، آلزاری جوزف، براندون کینگ، کایل مایر، نیکلاس پوران، اودین اسمیت.

جزئیات پخش زنده WI vs IND 2023:

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WI vs IND 2023 رودررو:

مسابقات انجام شده: 139

برد هند وست: 70

برد هند: 63

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It is finally here. The biggest sporting event to arrive on our shores since the 2000 Olympics is now only a few days away from actually starting. The level of excitement is gathering up some speed within the place as we see the branding spread across the major cities of Australia and New Zealand.

With that in mind let’s take a look at how the 32 teams are shaping up coming into the tournament.

1. USA, Group E

The greatest country in FIFA Women’s World Cup history will be set on writing another storied chapter in its record books which was already making novels like Les Misérables look like light reading.

The back-to-back champs will look to make footballing history in August and become the first team to achieve a three-peat in the World Cup. With another SheBelieves Cup victory under their belt seeing them on a nine-game win streak, they appear to be on the right track heading into the tournament.

While debate lingers around who will fill the requirements of captaincy left by Becky Sauerbrunn, the USWNT will still have an experienced core heading to the tournament with Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe (who announced her retirement after the tournament) fronting the attack, as well as defender Kelley O’Hara all making it to their fourth Women’s World Cup and hopefully entering their names into football immortality.

United States co-captain Megan Rapinoe.

(Photo by Franck Fife / AFP / Getty Images)

2. England, Group D

Despite their recent results against Portugal, Canada and Australia, the Lionesses still appear to be one of the front runners in the eyes of many. Under Sarina Wiegman, England has shown their pedigree throughout her appointment going on a 30-win streak that included their Euro triumph.

The losses of key players such as Ballon d’Or runner-up Beth Mead, captain Leah Williamson and Fran Kirby as a result of injuries and the retirements of Helen White and Jill Scott will be significant, but the majority of that Euro-winning squad from last year has made their way to Australia.

3. Germany, Group H

While a 2-1 loss to Brazil was not ideal but at least respectable, a 3-2 defeat to Zambia will likely have some worried about the two-time Women’s World Cup champions coming into the tournament. Even though the result didn’t go their way, it was clear to see that they dominated the game, but they couldn’t finish their chances until added time, but they should have never been in that situation, to begin with.

Despite the result, don’t count Germany just yet. With the group they’re in, they will likely be able to build momentum and get through into the knockouts with their young yet experienced squad.

4. France, Group F

Sometimes all it takes is one change to completely change an outlook. After it became clear Corinne Diacre’s position as coach was no longer tenable within the national team, she was sacked by the FFF. They appointed then-Saudia Arabia coach Herve Renard to take over with less than three months to go before the Women’s World Cup.

While a limited sample size is hard to go off, wins against Colombia, Canada and Ireland show are definitely indicators that France does have what it takes to go all the way. And while they did suffer a loss against Australia, it still appears to be nothing but Les Bleus skies ahead for Renard and co.

5. Sweden, Group G

The Swedes seem to always play the role of second fiddle within women’s football. In the eight Women’s World Cup previous, they have made the semi-finals in four of them but have been unable to aloft the trophy.

They certainly can make a deep run once more, shown by recent performances against Norway, Germany and Denmark with goals in added time preventing a better record. But they also show that they can be easily beaten as shown by 4-0 drubbings by quality opponents in England and Australia in the last 12 months so it’s hard to gauge what they will do later this month. But history suggests that they will find a way to go far into the tournament.

6. Australia, Group B

For most of Tony Gustavsson’s tenure as Matildas coach, there has been debate about whether he was the right man to lead them into a home World Cup.

Assistant coach Tony Gustavsson of the United States

(Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images)

It seems in the last 12 months any doubt over his ability has disappeared as they look to match and better their 2015 performance at a home World Cup. They have won nine out of their last 10, which includes breaking England’s 30-match win streak as well as a win in their send-off match against France.

Certainly, a team in form at precisely the right time and with home soil advantage, Sam Kerr and the Matildas will do their best to leave a legacy to inspire the next generation of Australians.

7. Canada, Group B

The backdrop for Canada’s arrival at the Women’s World Cup is certainly a unique one. The Canadian Soccer Association according to reports being on the verge of bankruptcy as well as still not having a collective bargaining agreement signed has resulted in an interrupted schedule in friendlies.

The reigning Olympic champions come into the tournament after finishing last in the SheBelieves Cup, only achieving a win against Brazil. Although, this was during the period when they took a pay strike which would have affected their preparation.

(Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)

Their most recent game saw them draw against England. With Christine Sinclair likely to play in her last Women’s World Cup, Canada will hope to add to her already esteemed honour roll.

8. Spain, Group C

For a team that first qualified for a Women’s World Cup only eight years ago, La Roja has been in leaps and bounds since then to now be one of the favourites to win it all, largely as a result of only losing one game since their quarter-final loss to England at the Euros last year.

This has been largely in the face of a feud between coach Jorge Vilda and a group of 15 players who have come out against him and the RFEF which has been remarkable given they have beaten the USA, Japan and Norway.

But with the exodus of quality players still from this squad only three of the original 15 have been selected to be in the squad. But with two-time Ballon d’Or winner Alexia Putellas back in the Spanish team after doing her ACL, Spain still has the potential to match their golden generation billing despite the exodus.

9. Brazil, Group F

With coach Pia Sundhage now taking her third country to a Women’s World Cup finals, Brazil will hope that she can once again lead her side beyond the quarter-finals of the tournament for the first time since 2007.

The Copa America Femenina champions have gotten recent victories over Germany in a friendly as well as Japan as a part of their campaign in the SheBelieves Cup which would see them finish third in the tournament. With legend Marta likely to play in her sixth Women’s World Cup, Brazil will hope that she can extend her goal tally record to remain at the top of goals scored at a FIFA World Cup and lead them into the knockouts.

Alanna Kennedy of the Matildas and Marta Vieira Da Silva of Brazil embrace

Alanna Kennedy of the Matildas and Marta Vieira Da Silva of Brazil embrace.(Photo by Cameron Spencer/Getty Images)

10. Denmark, Group D

It appears for the men’s and women’s teams, the status of being the dark horse is inescapable for Denmark. While the men crashed out in the group stage, the women appear likely to go further than what happened in Qatar.

Despite not making an appearance in the last three editions of the Women’s World Cup, Denmark has shown to be a formidable side in recent years, beating both Sweden and Japan in recent friendlies although their most recent one saw a loss to Spain.

Fielding a young squad coming into the tournament with only three players being over the age of 30, the hope is that Denmark can pick up from they left off in 2007 and go further than their group stage exit.

11. Netherlands, Group E

While Arsenal star Vivianne Miedema may be unable to play in the tournament, the Dutch still boast a quality side that is capable of matching their performance from four years ago.

With 4-1 and 5-0 wins against Poland and Belgium respectively, they have shown their ability to score without Miedema and score plenty, although a win against a top-10 opponent has alluded them in recent times.

If the USA were not in their group, then they would likely be the favourite to finish top despite the high quality of opponents that sat in Pot 1 which will make their potential knockout stage matches a lot harder to get through if they make it back to the Final.

12. Norway, Group A

With Ada Hegerberg now well entrenched once more with the Norway team after her five-year absence from the team, Norway will look to return to the glory days of the early 1990s which saw them win a Women’s World Cup, particularly after being knocked out in the group stage of last year’s Euros.

Although having some mixed results in recent friendlies with a win against Portugal, against higher-ranked opponents they have drawn with Sweden and lost to Spain. They should be expected to get out of the group being the highest-ranked team in their group.

13. Japan, Group C

While the Nadeshiko are unlikely to replicate their 2011 performance which saw them become champions, the new generation of players that have come in have shown an ability to contend with higher-ranked opponents. Finishing runners-up in the SheBelieves Cup with a win against Brazil which saw them finish ahead of Brazil and Canada while demolishing Panama 5-0 showing the beginnings of the new generation under Futoshi Ikeda.

With their captain Saki Kumagai being the only player over 30 in the squad, it will serve as an opportunity for the majority of the squad to have experience at an international tournament and improve upon the 2019 result. This is with the hope that in four years that they will have a better chance of emulating their 2011 campaign with the core of this squad.

14. Italy, Group G

Italy are a difficult side to pinpoint coming into the Women’s World Cup. A team capable of going far as shown by their quarter-final appearance in its last edition in 2019 but also been knocked out in the group stage at last year’s Euros showing their juxtaposition in major tournaments.

They do have form on their side with wins against New Zealand and Colombia but have also drawn to Morocco which is a game they probably should have won. They are heavily predicted to get through to the knockouts but it won’t be a shock if they repeat their Euro form here and do not get there.

15. South Korea, Group H

Coming into the tournament, South Korea has largely remained under the radar and could prove to be one of the teams that could make a surprise run into the knockouts. They have won their previous three matches but these were against teams that they were expected to beat in Zambia (twice) and Haiti. With the group they are in, they appear likely to finish behind Germany and make the knockout stages for the second time in their history.

16. Switzerland, Group A

The Swiss have been extremely consistent coming into the tournament, however, this consistency is in an ability to draw matches rather than it is to win them, having drawn all their friendlies in 2023 bar one which they would lose.

While not letting other teams beat them and being able to match the other teams is often a good thing, when it’s against the likes of Morocco and Zambia which they should be winning they may be a slight concern. Although with the quality of teams within Group A, they still appear likely to make it through the knockout stage.

17. Colombia, Group H

After returning to the Women’s World Cup after missing 2019, Colombia will hope to once again make the knockout stage with the Las Cafeteras. Had the votes gone a different way back in June 2020, it would be them playing on home soil for this year’s tournament, but they instead journey to Australia to compete.

While unable to secure good results against European teams like France or Italy, they still have kept up some form with a win against Panama. While their preparation was cut short when playing Ireland with their friendly called off during the match, it shouldn’t have too much of an impact on their performance in the tournament.

18. Ireland, Group B

For the first time since 2002, Ireland will once again be competing in a senior FIFA tournament with this being the first appearance for their women’s team. In the most recent international windows, they only managed one win which was a 3-2 result against Zambia while the rest were losses to the USA and France as well as an in-game cancellation against Colombia after only roughly 25 minutes of game time.

Group B will be a tough group for the Irish to crack given the likely stronghold Australia and Canada will have on it but it’s not out of the question for an Irish upset.

19. China, Group D

For every Women’s World Cup that China has made an appearance in, they have made it to the knockout stages every time and they will hope to continue this streak for another four years. Playing in Asia suits China with their only wins for the year coming from a set of friendlies played against Russia at home.

While outside of China, it appears to be a difficult obstacle to play overseas as shown by losses to Brazil and Spain. While they may struggle to keep the knockout stage streak alive in this tournament, they still are Asian champions for a reason and they’ll certainly help add to the hype surrounding Group D being the group of death.

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20. Portugal, Group E

While qualifying the long way around through the inter-continental playoffs, Portugal will have a point to prove in the maiden appearance at the Women’s World Cup. Taking care of business against Ukraine with a 2-0 win as well as a draw against England certainly shows they are capable of matching the very best as well.

Despite being drawn into a group with the USA and the Netherlands, they can certainly challenge either side and potentially take one of the two spots to progress to the knockouts.

21. Argentina, Group G

Wins against Venezuela and Peru in their most recent friendlies show the consistency of the La Albiceleste in performances against their continental opponents. Despite playing in three Women’s World Cups, they too have not gained three points after one of their games.

But what serves as an advantage compared to most countries will be their experience in playing within New Zealand. During the inter-continental playoff period, they would play three matches and win all three. If they can replicate that form in a couple of weeks, then can finally reach the knockout stage for the first time on their fourth appearance at the Women’s World Cup.

22. New Zealand, Group A

The Football Ferns will undoubtedly make for an interesting storyline in the tournament.

Every host country in Women’s World Cup history has made the knockout stage. Whilst this should be a good bearer for New Zealand, they haven’t won a single match out of their 15 games at the level. Add in the fact they only won two friendlies since September against Group A opponent the Philippines and Vietnam and it looks like this 32-year streak may break.

Being on home soil, the expectation will to be break this duck and finally achieve three points. But it remains to be seen whether this edition will be a replication or whether they can break their duck and potentially take another big step by progressing to the knockouts.

23. Jamaica, Group F

The Reggae Girlz have once again had to scrap their way into the tournament as they too face issues with their federation surrounding pay issues and not having enough preparation before coming to Australia. They would struggle in the Central American and Caribbean games, only managing to get a draw against Puerto Rico as they finished at the bottom of Group B.

Their chances of getting through to the knockouts will heavily rely on Man City’s Khadija ‘Bunny’ Shaw to score enough goals to be able to get them into winning positions.

24. Nigeria, Group B

When your coach has said publicly that your team is not prepared for the tournament, alarm bells are ringing. It seems to be once again that Nigeria’s women’s team are coming into issues with its federation on the eve of the Women’s World Cup over unpaid salaries. This has now led to the possibility that the Super Falcons could boycott their opening match with Canada in Melbourne which would hinder any chance of making it out of the group stage.

They certainly have the talent to compete with their Group B opponents with striker Asisat Oshoala posing a significant threat for defenders, as shown by her form playing for Barcelona, putting her in contention for the Golden Boot. They have shown form recently, winning their last three friendlies against Costa Rica, Haiti and New Zealand.

25. South Africa, Group G

The reigning WAFCON champions have not had the best run of form since they achieved continental success a mere 12 months ago. Losing the COSAFA Women’s Championship to Zambia in the final as well as the runners-up finish in the Turkish Women’s Cup has dampened some of their chances of making it to the knockout stage for the first time.

They have also faced other issues with their federation surrounding preparation and pay disputes which resulted in their World Cup squad sitting out of their friendly against Botswana which they would lose 5-0. The squad would come back to beat Costa Rica 2-0. It does not look promising for Banyana Banyana’s chances of going further in Australia and New Zealand.

26. Philippines, Group A

Alen Stajcic in the space of two years has managed to turn the Philippines from being ranked 68th to winning their first international tournament and now competing in their first Women’s World Cup. They would also achieve their highest ranking of all time highest ranking of 46th.

While against Asian and Oceanic opponents they have shown an ability to test their opposition, outside of those regions that they don’t have a winning record against any side. While they have certainly earnt their spot in the tournament, their ability to compete against the European teams in Norway and Switzerland will determine how successful this tournament was regardless of progression to the knockouts.

27. Vietnam, Group E

Vietnam is another country that will be making their debut at the FIFA Women’s World Cup tournament this edition. To go one better, it will be the first time that Vietnam will make an appearance at a senior FIFA tournament.

Having won gold in the Southeast Asian games as well as some respectable losses against Germany and New Zealand show an ability to maintain some level with high-quality opponents. However, a 9-0 defeat to Spain may be a sign of things to come. Being in a group where all their opponents are at least ranked 21st and higher makes it hard to see them progress any further.

28. Zambia, Group C

With an upset win against Germany which very few contemplated let alone expected, Zambia will be on the radar as potential giant-killers. With a 3-3 draw against Switzerland and a close 2-3 loss to Ireland to go with, they have shown an ability to take their chances against higher-ranked opposition.

While they managed to beat Germany despite only having 23 per cent possession and less than 35 per cent possession against the Swiss and Irish, it does seem unlikely to be replicated across their group stage matches. But the Copper Queens will hope to defy expectations once more.

29. Costa Rica, Group C

Costa Rica has struggled in recent times as they come into the tournament. Similar to Haiti, they too struggled in the CAC games with their only win coming against Haiti. Other losses to Poland, Scotland and South Africa in recent friendlies certainly don’t bode for Las Ticas.

They made an appearance at the FIFA Women’s World Cup back in 2015 where they just fell short of making it to the last 16 despite not winning a game in the group stage, but it does like history will repeat itself in 2023.

30. Morocco, Group H

The first team from the Arab world to make the FIFA Women’s World Cup, the Atlas Lionesses regardless of what happens over the next two-to-four weeks will serve as inspiration to the next generation of women in the Arab region.

While they have largely struggled against better-ranked opposition since qualifying, they have seen some good performances as shown through their recent draws against Italy and Switzerland. There is certainly a chance for them to create a possible upset alert within Group H but it seems unlikely.

31. Panama, Group F

Panama is also another team that will make their debut at this Women’s World Cup. They would also qualify through the inter-continental playoffs. They have had some results go their way with a pair of wins against the Dominican Republic and a 7-0 demolition of Gibraltar. This would go along with a draw with Colombia.

However, they too would be on the receiving end of a 7-0 defeat from Spain as well as a 5-0 loss to Japan. Hard to see them getting anything beyond a point within Group F against the likes of France, Brazil or Jamaica.

32. Haiti, Group D

Through the inter-continental play-offs, Haiti will make their debut finals appearance in the Women’s World Cup. Outside of that qualification through the playoffs, they haven’t had much success in the lead-up into the tournament as they would finish last in their group in the Central American and Caribbean Games not gaining a single point losing to Costa Rica, Venezuela and Centro Caribe Sport (similar to the IOC Refugee team).

Add in the fact that the group they are in may be the hardest if measured by world rankings (all other teams in Group D are top 15) and from a footballing perspective it will prove mightily difficult to overcome.

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باشگاه 100 میلیون دلاری

  • جرمی گرانت: برای ماندن در پورتلند تریل بلیزرز با قراردادی پنج ساله به ارزش 160 میلیون دلار موافقت کرد.
  • فرد ونولیت: با هیوستون راکتس با قراردادی سه ساله به مبلغ حداکثر 130 میلیون دلار موافقت کرد.
  • کایری ایروینگ: با قراردادی سه ساله به ارزش 126 میلیون دلار برای ماندن در این تیم موافقت کرد دالاس ماوریکس.
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  • رجی جکسون: با قرارداد دو ساله 10.25 میلیون دلاری برای ماندن در دنور ناگتس موافقت شد.
  • هریسون بارنز: با ساکرامنتو کینگز با تمدید سه ساله به مبلغ 54 میلیون دلار موافقت شد.
  • نیکولا ووچویچ: با شیکاگو بولز با تمدید سه ساله قرارداد 60 میلیون دلاری موافقت شد.
  • ناز رید: با مینه‌سوتا تیمبرولوز، قراردادی به ارزش 42 میلیون دلار به مدت سه سال تمدید کرد.
  • کوبی وایت: برای ماندن در شیکاگو بولز با قراردادی سه ساله به مبلغ 40 میلیون دلار موافقت کرد.
  • تری لایلز: موافقت کرد که دوباره با ساکرامنتو کینگز قرارداد امضا کند.
  • دی آندر جردن: موافقت کرد که دوباره با دنور ناگتس قرارداد امضا کند.

تیم های جدید

  • ماکس استروس: با امضا و معامله موافقت کرد به کلیولند کاوالیرز با قراردادی چهار ساله به ارزش 63 میلیون دلار.
  • جکسون هیز: با قراردادی دو ساله موافقت کرد با لس آنجلس لیکرز
  • دنیس اسمیت جونیور: با قرارداد یک ساله موافقت شد با بروکلین نتز
  • گیب وینسنت: با لس آنجلس لیکرز با قراردادی سه ساله به مبلغ 33 میلیون دلار به توافق رسید.
  • دنیس شرودر: با تورنتو رپتورز با قراردادی دو ساله به ارزش 26 میلیون دلار موافقت کرد.
  • جاش ریچاردسون: با میامی هیت با قراردادی دو ساله موافقت کرد.
  • شاهزاده ثور: برای معامله با لس آنجلس لیکرز موافقت کرد.
  • ست کری: با دالاس ماوریکس با قراردادی دو ساله موافقت کرد.
  • ژرژ نیانگ: با کلیولند کاوالیرز با قراردادی سه ساله به مبلغ 26 میلیون دلار موافقت کرد.
  • بادامک مایل به قرمز: با لس آنجلس لیکرز با قراردادی دو ساله موافقت کرد.
  • دریک رز: با ممفیس گریزلیز با قراردادی دو ساله موافقت کرد.
  • تروی براون جونیور: با تیم مینه سوتا تیمبرولوز به توافق رسید.
  • ژرژ نیانگ: با کلیولند کاوالیرز با قراردادی سه ساله به ارزش 26 میلیون دلار موافقت شد.
  • جوون کارتر: با شیکاگو بولز با قراردادی سه ساله به ارزش 19 میلیون دلار موافقت شد.
  • میلتون را تکان دهید: با مینه سوتا تیمبرولوز با قراردادی دو ساله به ارزش 10 میلیون دلار موافقت شد.
  • جو اینگلز: با اورلاندو مجیک با قراردادی دو ساله به ارزش 22 میلیون دلار موافقت شد.
  • درو یوبانکس: با فینیکس سانز با قراردادی دو ساله به توافق رسید.
  • یوتا واتانابه: با فینیکس سانز با قراردادی یک ساله به توافق رسید.
  • کیتا بیتس-دیوپ: با فونیکس سانز با قراردادی دو ساله به ارزش 5 میلیون دلار موافقت شد.
  • دامیون لی: با فینیکس سانز با قراردادی دو ساله به توافق رسید.
  • اوشا بریست: با بوستون سلتیکس قراردادی دو ساله به توافق رسید.
  • چیمزی متو: با فینیکس سانز با قراردادی یک ساله موافقت کرد.

گزینه های بازیکن و تیم

  • جیمز هاردن: او از گزینه بازیکن 35.6 میلیون دلاری خود با فیلادلفیا 76رز استفاده کرد.
  • جاش هارت: او از گزینه بازیکن 12.9 میلیون دلاری خود در نیویورک نیکس استفاده کرد.
  • جردن کلارکسون: گزینه بازیکن 14.3 میلیون دلاری خود را با یوتا جاز تمرین کرد.
  • آندره دراموند: گزینه بازیکن 3.4 میلیون دلاری خود را در شیکاگو بولز انجام داد.
  • گری ترنت جونیور: او گزینه بازیکن 18.6 میلیون دلاری خود را در تورنتو رپتورز تمرین کرد.
  • تالن هورتون تاکر: او از گزینه بازیکن 11 میلیون دلاری خود در یوتا جاز استفاده کرد.
  • ویکتور اولادیپو: از گزینه بازیکن 9.5 میلیون دلاری خود در میامی هیت استفاده کرد. به اوکلاهما سیتی معامله شد.
  • کسلر ادواردز: گزینه تیمی 1.9 میلیون دلاری او توسط ساکرامنتو کینگز انتخاب شد.
  • الک بورکز: آیا گزینه تیمی 10.5 میلیون دلاری او توسط دیترویت پیستونز انتخاب شده بود.

پیشنهادات واجد شرایط

  • آستین ریوز، جی، لس آنجلس لیکرز
  • گرانت ویلیامز، جی، بوستون سلتیکس
  • مایلز بریجز، اف، شارلوت هورنتز
  • پی جی واشنگتن، F/C، شارلوت هورنتز
  • تئو مالدون، جی، شارلوت هورنتس
  • ماتیس تایبول، جی، پورتلند تریل بلیزرز

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