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Weekend wrap up in case you missed something


  1. The Boston Celtics and forward Danilo Gallinari have agreed to a 2-year, $13.3-million deal. The 33-year-old became a free agent after clearing waivers with the San Antonio Spurs.  Gallinari’s contract with Boston is fully guaranteed and does contain a player option in the 2nd year.

After clearing waivers, free agent F Danilo Gallinari has agreed on a two-year, $13.3M deal with the Boston Celtics, his agent Michael Tellem of @excelbasketball tells ESPN. Deal is fully guaranteed and includes a player option. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 10, 2022

  1. Utah Jazz General Manager, Justin Zanik said  about trade rumors involving Donovan Mitchell :

“Change is inevitable in the NBA. I’m not trying to be cryptic or anything else, but Donovan is on our roster and he’s a very, very important part of what we’re trying to do. Things evolve in the NBA, so I couldn’t sit here and say anybody is untouchable. We’re trying to build a championship team, but there’s no intent there to trade Mitchell, at all.”
Report: Miami Heat offered trade package for Donovan Mitchell that Utah Jazz deemed ‘insufficient’ — NBACentral (@TheNBACentral) July 11, 2022

  1. Portland Trail Blazers lottery pick Shaedon Sharpe will miss the rest of Las Vegas Summer League because of a small labral tear in his left shoulder. The injury happened during the team’s summer league game on Thursday against the Detroit Pistons. Sharpe played 6 minutes, scoring a 1 basket. He will be re-evaluated in 10 o 14 days.

Trail Blazers lottery pick Shaedon Sharpe has a small labral tear in his left shoulder and will be re-evaluated in 10-to-14 days, team says. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) July 9, 2022


  1. The Toronto Maple Leafs and the Ottawa Senators are in serious discussions about a trade for goaltender Matt Murray.  Murray still has 2 years left on his contract with a $6.25-million cap hit.

Word is that OTT/TOR have intensified discussions around Matt Murray. We will see how things play out, but those conversations continue. — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) July 10, 2022

  1. Goaltender Alexander Georgiev and the Colorado Avalanche have signed a 3-year contract extension. His deal holds an average annual value of $3.4 million. Georgiev was a pending restricted free agent.

Colorado Avalanche sign Alexander Georgiev to a 3 year x $3.4 million contract. — Daily Faceoff (@DailyFaceoff) July 10, 2022

  1. Filip Forsberg will be hanging out in Nashville for a longtime to come it appears. The Predators agreed to contract terms with the star winger on an 8-year deal. The deal reportedly holds an average annual value of $8.5 million. Forsberg was a pending unrestricted free agent who would have been one of the best out there had he tested the waters.

Things are headed in this direction. Forsberg’s bachelor party this weekend…so official signing yet to occur. 8×8.5. — Elliotte Friedman (@FriedgeHNIC) July 9, 2022


  1. One night after an extra innings rally to pull off the win the Boston Red Sox score 9 unanswered runs against the New York Yankees. Pulling off the second win in the series 11-6 after dropping games 1 and 2 to 1st place New York. Shortstop Xander Bogaerts said :

“I don’t think anyone would have bet that we would have split it after the first two. You’re definitely lying if you say that.”
FENWAY, YOU WERE ELECTRIC. — Red Sox (@RedSox) July 11, 2022

  1. Mike Moustakas, Tyler Stephenson and Jonathan India all hit a 2-run homeruns in the 3rd inning to lift the Cincinnati Reds over the Tampa Bay Rays 10-5 on Sunday, completing the 3-game series sweep.

Ain't that sweep? 🧹🧹🧹 — Cincinnati Reds (@Reds) July 10, 2022

  1.  Atlanta Braves DH William Contreras has joined Chicago Cubs catcher Willson Contreras as only the 5th pair of brothers to start in an All-Star game together. Contreras was voted in Sunday as a reserve by fellow players but has been selected to start because Philadelphia Phillies Bryce Harper, who was elected by fans, broke his left thumb on June 25 and remains unable to play. They will be the first brothers in the same All-Star Game since Aaron and Bret Boone in 2003.

For the first time since 2003, there's a pair of brothers in the #AllStarGame in Willson and William Contreras. This is awesome. — MLB (@MLB) July 10, 2022

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