There were plenty of talking points around the NBA on Wednesday. From Draymond Green defending LeBron James on social media to Brad Stevens praising the Boston Celtics‘ offseason signings, we have you covered.
Golden State Warriors defensive stalwart Draymond Green came to the defense of LeBron James on social media. The LA Lakers superstar decided to get a diamond-infused version of his logo installed on one of his teeth. The move was heavily criticized by NBA fans. Draymond wrote:
Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Brad Stevens praised the work done by the franchise’s front office over the summer. Stevens specifically pointed out the acquisition of Malcolm Brogdon.
Nineteen-year veteran and Miami Heat legend Udonis Haslem will be back with the franchise for another year. Haslem, who has spent his entire career with the Heat, signed a one-year deal worth around $2.91 million for the upcoming season.
After confirming the resigning, Miami Heat president Pat Riley announced that Haslem’s jersey will be retired once his NBA career comes to an end. In a statement released by the organization, Riley confirmed that the franchise will retire Haslem’s jersey.
Four-time NBA champion Shaquille O’Neal has

landed in Australia as he returns to land Down Under for the first time in 20 years. It is reported that the former Lakers legend is in Australia for a speaking event. He will interact with Australian Football League great Jonathan Brown and former rugby player and current broadcaster Matthew Johns.


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