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Most NFL players who are under contract but haven’t reported to training camp
by the end of business on Tuesday lose an accrued season toward free
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There was some question about Gordon’s status this week as he is on the did
not report list after he decided to work on his “overall health and treatment
plan.” Losing out on an accrued season would leave Gordon as an exclusive rights
free agent, i.e. not a free agent unless a team opts against tendering a
contract, for the second straight year. Getting the season would make Gordon a
restricted free agent.
Word earlier this week was that the Browns had taken measures to make sure he
got credit for the year despite not being ready to report to the team. There was
also a report that he’d be moved off the did not report list to make that
happen, but Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that there’s an exception for
players who don’t report due to “illness or hardship” that makes such a move
That’s good news for Gordon’s contractual future, although it remains to be
seen when the Browns will get good news about Gordon’s availability for the
It won’t be cause for celebration.
Goodwin is a veteran of 165 NBA games, has scored 20 points on 10 occasions,
and had a monthlong stretch with Phoenix two years ago when he started and
averaged 16 points per game while playing against a slew of All-Stars in that
He thinks he’s proven.
The rest of the league doesn’t see it the same way. So he’s back in the NBA
Summer League – where, after scoring six points for Portland on Saturday in the
Trail Blazers’ 93-78 win over the Utah Jazz, he moved within 13 points of
matching Coby Karl’s record for the Las Vegas event. Karl scored 337 points.
Goodwin is up to 324, according to data compiled by RealGM.
”It comes with the job,” Goodwin said. ”My world is just different. I’m just
trying to stay positive and continue to fight, looking for a chance to show how
I can help a team.”
Saturday was Day 2 of the Summer League in Las Vegas, with a matchup between
No. 1 pick Deandre Ayton and No. 2 Marvin Bagley III headlining a 10-game
schedule. More 10-game slates await on Sunday and Monday, and the tournament
runs through July 17.
Most guys in Vegas are playing for the first or second time. Goodwin is
playing in the event for the fifth time.
Drafted No. 29 overall by Oklahoma City in 2013, Goodwin has gotten NBA time
with Phoenix, Brooklyn and New Orleans. He appeared in five preseason games with
Portland last season as well Nolan
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deal for this fall.
”I’m a resilient person,” Goodwin said. ”That speaks to how I was raised that
way, to never give up on my dreams. Hopefully the right situation pops up.”
Goodwin was one of the best guards in the G League last season, averaging 19
points on 53 percent shooting.
”I feel like I’m not getting a fair shake,” Goodwin said. ”But that’s how it
is. That’s my motivation. I’m going to keep knocking at the door and hopefully
someone realizes that this kid – I’m only 23 years old – can help a team and
bring a lot of value to a team.”
Charlotte’s Malik Monk (fractured thumb) and Philadelphia rookie Landry
Shamet (sprained right ankle) were both hurt Friday and will miss the remainder
of Summer League, their teams announced. The Hornets said Monk, a second-year
guard, would be re-evaluated in six to eight weeks.
SUNS 71, KINGS 63
Top pick Deandre Ayton scored 21 points on 8-of-11 shooting and grabbed 12
rebounds for Phoenix (2-0). Davon Reed added 12 points and Josh Jackson scored
10. Dragan Bender, the fourth overall selection in the 2016 draft, was scoreless
on 0-for-5 shooting. Harry Giles had 17 points, six rebounds and five steals for
Sacramento (0-1). Marvin Bagley III, the No. 2 pick, had 15 points and seven
LAKERS 96, 76ERS 79
Josh Hart made 9 of 15 from the field, including 4 of 8 from 3-point
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Moritz Wagner, a first-round pick in last month’s draft, had 16 points, eight
rebounds, three steals and two blocks. Second-round selection Svi Mykhailiuk
added 17 points and nine boards. First-round pick Zhaire Smith had 16 points and
three steals for Philadelphia (0-2). Cameron Oliver added 12 points, eight
rebounds, three steals and two blocks.
KNICKS 91, HAWKS 89
Kevin Knox, the ninth overall selection in last month’s draft, led New York
(1-0) with 22 points and eight rebounds. Troy Williams added 17 points and
Allonzo Trier, who went undrafted out of Arizona, had 15 points, six rebounds,
four assists and three steals. John Collins scored 30 points, hitting 4 of 7
from 3-point range, and Tyler Dorsey added 15 points and 14 rebounds for Atlanta
(0-1). No. 5 pick Trae Young had 21 points and 11 assists.
TRAIL BLAZERS 93 Sam
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Wade Baldwin IV scored 20 points for Portland (1-0), which got 16 points from
Gary Trent Jr. and 13 rebounds from Caleb Swanigan. Grayson Allen, Georges Niang
and Tony Bradley all scored 16 for Utah (0-1). Allen struggled again from the
field just as he did in two summer games at Salt Lake City earlier in the week,
shooting 6 for 17, but added six rebounds and five assists.
PACERS 86, SPURS 76
TJ Leaf scored 17 for Indiana, which took control by outscoring San Antonio
22-8 in the third quarter. CJ Wilcox added 13 for the Pacers (1-1). Derrick
White scored 19 for the Spurs (0-1), who got 15 points from Lonnie Walker
PELICANS 110, HEAT 84
Trevon Bluiett was 10-of-16 shooting, including 6 of 10 from 3-point range,
and had 26 points to lead New Orleans (2-0). The guard out of Xavier, who went
undrafted last month, has scored 50 points, including 12 3s, in two Las Vegas
Summer League games. Walter Lemon Jr. had 19 points, eight rebounds and nine
Dawkins Jersey , Cliff Alexander added 15 points and Cheick Diallo
scored 14 for the Pelicans. Duncan Robinson scored 18 points, hitting 4-of-6
3-pointers, and Jarrod Jones had 15 points and 12 rebounds for Miami (0-1).
THUNDER 90, NETS 76
Deonte Burton scored 13 points on 6-of-8 shooting and Daniel Hamilton had 12
points, nine rebounds and seven assists for Oklahoma City (1-1), which won for
the first time in Las Vegas after 11 consecutive losses. Theo Pinson, who went
undrafted last month out of North Carolina, led Brooklyn (0-2) with 16 points,
Yuta Watanabe scored 13 and James Webb III added 12.
GRIZZLIES 73, PISTONS 70
Wayne Selden scored 20 points and first-round pick Jaren Jackson Jr. had 12
points, eight rebounds and four blocks for Memphis (1-0). Kobi Simmons added 12
points and Deyonta Davis scored 1 Moritz