Sports Report: Blazers plan to sign Adams as substitute player

07:10  30 june  2020
07:10  30 june  2020 Source:   thescore.com

AP source: Jets star safety Jamal Adams requests trade

  AP source: Jets star safety Jamal Adams requests trade NEW YORK — A person with direct knowledge of the situation says All-Pro safety Jamal Adams has requested a trade from the New York Jets amid a contract dispute. The 24-year-old Adams has been seeking a contract extension, and the Jets have said they want the safety to remain a member of the team his entire career. But, the conflict apparently is about the timing: Adams wants the extension now, while the team prefers to wait until next year, at the earliest. The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity Thursday because neither Adams nor the team announced the player's trade request. ESPN and the New York Daily News first reported Adams seeking a trade.

Adam Silver's plan to restart the NBA season passed a vote by the Board of Governors easily on He reports that the Blazers voted no because they "believed there were more competitive and That doesn't necessarily mean that Lillard and other top players will make the trip, but as of now, there is

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The Portland Trail Blazers plan to sign Jaylen Adams as a substitute player to replace veteran forward Trevor Ariza, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Portland is in the luxury tax but Adams' salary won't count against the team's salary cap since he's a substitute player, according to ESPN's Bobby Marks.

Adams spent the entire 2019-20 campaign with the G League's Wisconsin Herd, averaging 21.5 points, 5.7 assists, 5.1 boards, and 1.8 steals while also shooting 40.7% from deep. The 6-foot guard was the runner-up in this season's G League MVP voting.

Report: Jamal Adams requests trade from Jets

  Report: Jamal Adams requests trade from Jets All-Pro safety Jamal Adams has officially requested a trade from the New York Jets, reports Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News. The Jets have no intention of trading the 24-year-old, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports. Adams has been the subject of rampant trade rumors. He has also voiced his frustration about not yet landing a lucrative extension as he prepares to enter the fourth year of his rookie contract. Earlier Thursday, Adams took to Instagram to reply to a comment about Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes potentially landing a megadeal.

But the show did more than just touch the hearts of thousands of its listeners, it actually made an impact. In 2015 the US Department of the Treasury announced that they were redesigning the 10-dollar bill, replacing Hamilton, but thanks to the show’s popularity the plans were reversed.

Chiltern Railways plans to sell tickets through mobile phones. The new technology sends a code to a mobile phone in a text message, which passengers can then scan at the station ticket barrier. It’s hoped the method will make buying tickets easier for passengers and help fight against queues at stations.

Adams went undrafted in 2018 after a stellar four-year career at St. Bonaventure. He signed a two-way contract with the Atlanta Hawks last season and made 34 appearances for the club in 2018-19.

Ariza won't be joining the Trail Blazers as he reportedly chose to spend a one-month visitation period with his 12-year-old son during the league's restart.

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'Divine event:' Surgeon who helped man after hike operates on him days later .
CALGARY — A Saskatchewan man who had a heart attack after a hike in the Rocky Mountains says it was divine intervention that the same cardiac surgeon who helped resuscitate him near the trail would operate on him days later. Darrell Parker, his wife, Shirley, and their son and daughter-in-law were hiking on June 20 at Grassi Lakes, a popular trail near Canmore, Alta. Dr. Corey Adams and his family, who had recently moved to Calgary from St. John's, N.L., were enjoying their first hike in the Rockies in that day along with some friends. "I don't have a lot of recollection of that day itself," Parker, 60, said Monday while recovering at home in Paradise Hill, Sask.

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