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How good is the hot chocolate at the BMO Harris Bradley Center? Free-agent swingman Gerald Green has agreed on a contract with the Milwaukee Bucks, league sources told The Vertical. Green will sign a non-guaranteed deal for training camp and is expected to compete for a regular-season roster spot.
Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer Close Covers the New York Knicks for ESPNNewYork.com Follow on Twitter This story was originally published on September 5, and has been updated just ahead of the start of training camp for the New York Knicks. With the NBA training camps set to open, the biggest lingering question around the league is this: What's going on with Carmelo Anthony? The short answer: he's probably going to training camp as a member of the New York Knicks. As of earlier this week, the New York Knicks were "not close" on any deal involving Anthony, per league sources. They've talked on and off with the Houston Rockets for much of the summer, but there has been no recent momentum toward a
Add the Los Angeles Lakers and Miami Heat to the list of teams that will sport a sponsorship patch on the upper left corner of their jersey this season, as both teams announced Thursday that they have signed partnership deals with local companies. The Lakers are partnering with Wish, a California-based e-commerce company, on a three-year deal worth $12-14 million annually, according to Sports Business Journal. The Heat's partnership, which was announced during a presentation at American Airlines Arena, is with Ultimate Software, a Florida-based technology company. The 2017-18 season is the first time the NBA will allow teams to wear jersey sponsorship patches. Sixteen of the league's teams