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The NBA Draft will take place on June 22 where Jackson, who starred for the Kansas Jayhawks in one season, is expected to be taken in the top five.
Milwaukee Bucks general manager John Hammond has agreed to become the new general manager for the Orlando Magic, the team announced on Tuesday. Hammond spent the last nine seasons with the Bucks and has 26 years of NBA experience.
“John (Hammond) brings tremendous experience and is a great talent evaluator,” said Jeff Weltman, who was hired this week as the President of Basketball Operations. “He has experience in everything from day-to-day operations to cheap authentic sports jerseys player development. He built a great team in Milwaukee, and won a championship while in Detroit. We are very fortunate to have him as part of the Magic family.”
Weltman served as assistant general manager under Hammond for five seasons (2008-13) and also worked with him in Detroit (2007-08). Hammond won the 2009-10 NBA Executive of the Year Award with Milwaukee while the two worked together, and has steadily built a team that earned a 6-seed in the NBA Playoffs this season before a first round exit at the hands of the Toronto Raptors.
It’s funny to hear James make a hairline comment. It seems like for years he has done everything possible to hide his receding hairline, but he has embraced that. It’s also very cool to see someone as great as James say that even he tried to be like Mike. Kids everywhere tried to copy their favorite basketball players growing up, but being like Mike is something everyone has done.
After thoroughly destroying the Celtics in the first two games in Boston, including winning Game 2 by an incredible 44 points, everyone expected the two games in Cleveland to be cakewalks, especially with the Celtics missing Isaiah Thomas.
Instead, the Celtics stole Game 3 on a last-second 3-pointer by Avery Bradley and were up 16 points in Game 4 before Kyrie Irving rescued the Cavs to put the No. 2 seed up 3-1.
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Ray pitched seven innings of two-hit ball to lower the NL’s second-best road ERA to 0.081, Gregor Blanco and Chris Owings homered, and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Milwaukee Brewers 4-0 for their ninth win in 10 games.
“The day was paced by Robbie,” Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo said. “On a night where we really needed it with a bullpen that might have been a little bit tired or short in certain places, Robbie gave us seven great innings.”
Ray (4-3), coming off a dominating performance against San Diego in his last start, did not allow a run for the second straight outing.
“I’m just going out there every day, home or road, just trying to put up zeroes,” Ray said. “I don’t know if there’s anything different. It’s the same approach.”
Drew Pomeranz pitched six strong innings and tied his career high with 11 strikeouts to lift the Boston Red Sox to a 6-2 victory over the Texas Rangers on Thursday night. Xander Bogaerts and Deven Marrero hit their first home runs of the season helping Boston to its fourth straight win.
Pomeranz (4-3) made it as far as six innings for the third time this season and beat Texas for the first time in nine career outings. Elvis Andrus homered and Nomar Mazara had two hits and an RBI for Texas, which has lost four of five overall and 15 of 21 on the road.
Andrew Benintendi and Mitch Moreland had RBI singles in the first inning as Boston got to Rangers starter Nick Martinez (1-3) early. Bogaerts hit a two-run homer in the third to put Boston ahead 4-0. Despite finishing with 21 home runs last year, Bogaerts needed 46 games to connect for the first time this season.
Red Sox pitchers combined for 20 strikeouts. Reliever Craig Kimbrel had four strikeouts in the ninth when the first batter reached on a wild pitch strike three.
Mike Napoli struck out four times while Pete Kozma and Andrus went down three times each. Every Ranger starter struck out at least once as they finished one shy of the club record.