Found July 06, 2013 on Jocks and Stiletto Jill:
There was a lot of activity in the NBA on Friday. Let’s recap all the action that went down: The Boston Celtics formally introduced their 17th coach in franchise history on Friday. 36-year-old Brad Stevens is also the youngest — in both Celtics history. Check that story HERE The Golden State Warriors traded Richard Jefferson, Brandon Rush and Andris Biedrins to the Utah Jazz to clear $20 million worth of cap space to sign Andre Igudola. The Warriors signed Iggy to 4-years-$48-million. Go HERE Nice rebound for Iggy after the Kings rescinded their offer. He turned down a $52 million contract from the Denver Nuggets where he spent the 2012-2013 season. The move to the Warriors transfers him to the team that bounced the Nuggets out of the playoffs.    Matt Barnes re-signs with the Clippers for three years with a contract worth close to $12 million. The third year isn’t guaranteed. Matt had a career high in scoring last season with 10.3 points. OJ Mayo signs with the Milwaukee...
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