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TORONTO (AP) – Masai Ujiri is leaving Denver to take over the basketball operations for the Toronto Raptors. A person with knowledge of the move told The Associated Press on Friday that the NBA’s executive of the year has agreed to a deal with the Raptors. The person requested anonymity because the deal has not been officially announced. The 42-year-old Ujiri [...]
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Sleepers. How you win your leagues. I love sleepers; it’s my favorite part of any fantasy forecasting where you identify the diamonds in the rough. A big reason I love sleepers is they are the guys that can end up on a lot of your teams at a draft day value discounted where you know you can beat your draft to them.
So that takes me to DeMar DeRozan, a guy I wasn’t going...
Masai Ujiri will aggressively attempt to trade Andrea Bargnani before July 1 as his top priority now that he is general manager of the Toronto Raptors.
Bargnani is owed $10,750,000 in 13-14 and $11,500,000 in 14-15.
The Raptors can use their amnesty on Bargnani during the second week of July if they are unable to trade him.
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Masai Ujiri, who is the reigning NBA Executive of the Year, is leaving the Denver Nuggets to take the GM job with the Toronto Raptors.
Just weeks after winning the NBA’s award for executive of the year, Masai Ujiri is leaving the Denver Nuggets for the genal manager position with the Toronto Raptors, reports The Denver Post. Ujiri, 42, spent the past week weighing offers from the Raptors and Nuggets. He decided Friday
Although, the offseason for the Denver Nuggets has been highlighted by the Masai Ujiri (unneeded) drama, Danilo Gallinari – who fell to an ACL injury before the Western Conference quarterfinals – has been on the forefront of Nuggets’ fans discussions. He was expected to return Jan. 1, but a report from the Denver Post indicates [...]The post Denver Nuggets’ Danilo Gallinari...
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Toronto Raptors have hired Denver Nuggets general manager and 2013 NBA Executive of the Year Masai Ujiri, as their new GM after relieving Bryan Colangelo of those duties earlier in the month.
Masai Ujiri has accepted Toronto GM job, sources tell Y!
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) May 31, 2013
Masai Ujiri has agreed...
It wouldn’t be a week here at That NBA Lottery Pick without a post featuring the thoughts or talents of Denver Nuggets center JaVale McGee.
Recently, JaVale decided to create a Vine clip talking about a key issue regarding the team-related hats that he wears during his everyday life.
Hint for the world: JaVale just likes the hat!
The Apocalypse is here or that’s the way it feel as news spread Masai Ujiri, GM former GM of the Denver Nuggets, made his decision involving to rejoin the Toronto Raptors – he was an assistant GM before accepting the Denver job in 2010 – front office to a tune of $15 million over five [...]The post An Open Letter To The Nuggets’ Ownership From An Impassioned Nuggets Fan appeared...
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Analyst Jeff Van Gundy's return to the coaching ranks could be on the horizon as the Clippers reportedly are interested in him as a replacement for Vinny Del Negro.
Danilo Gallinari was scheduled for surgery to repair a torn anterior cruciate ligament, but that procedure has been delayed two weeks because of a setback in his rehab from a torn meniscus.
Gallinari underwent surgery on his meniscus four weeks agoGallinari might not return until later in January or maybe even February.
The Los Angeles Clippers are internally discussing the possibility of pursuing George Karl for their head coaching vacancy, according to sources.
Karl is under contract with the Denver Nuggets with one year remaining. The Nuggets also hold an option that would trigger three additional seasons.
Sources say Karl has been eager to discuss an extension with the Nuggets after winning...
Denver Nuggets: What Are They Thinking Letting Masai Ujiri Leave?
By Mike Elworth: Owner/Hoopstuff
File this under the what are they thinking category. The Denver Nuggets, for some reason have allowed the Toronto Raptors to steal away their GM, Masai Ujiri. Ujiri is the reigning Executive of the Year and one of the best executives in the NBA. This is one of the worst decisions in...