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    A former Target employee is facing charges after allegedly stealing merchandise from the company’s distribution center in the region. Saratoga County resident Latrell Pinellas, age 35, of Moreau, was arrested Wednesday, Sept. 21, following an investigation by State police. Troopers were first called at around 6:45 p.m. that day with reports that numerous items had been stolen from the Target warehouse in Wilton, located near I-87 and Ballard Road. The merchandise was reportedly worth over $1,400. Investigators named Pinellas, a former employee at the warehouse, as their suspect and arrested him a short time later for felony grand larceny. He was issued an appearance ticket to the Wilton Town Court on Tuesday, Oct. 11 and was later released. 
    Getty Terrence Ross #31 of the Orlando Magic. The Philadelphia 76ers will welcome no fewer than four new faces to training camp at the end of the month. At the dawn of free agency, the team made quick work signing PJ Tucker and Danuel House, two players with a history of sharing the court with James Harden. Philadelphia also completed a draft-night trade for De’Anthony Melton, a versatile bench piece that will contribute defensively. As things stand, the Sixers don’t have much cap space left to wheel and deal. But that didn’t stop Sixers boss Daryl Morey at the beginning of the summer and it likely won’t be an impediment to him scouring the market once more. According to Ky Carlin of Sixers Wire, the Sixers should be on the hunt for some added depth to the rotation. And one player that Carlin tabbed to potentially be headed to the City of Brotherly Love is Orlando Magic wing Terrence Ross. TERRENCE ROSS pic.twitter.com/xT5xv07Pd3 — Hoop Central (@TheHoopCentral) March 10, 2022 Ross’ name might not top any “All-Time...
    Getty Josh Richardson, then of the Philadelphia 76ers. Over the past few years, the Philadelphia 76ers have worked hard to build a contending team. However, they’ve gone through a few different iterations of the team before getting to where they are now. Heading into next season, they look as ready as ever. James Harden re-signed with the team at a discount this summer to help them add more quality players to the roster. This allowed them to sign PJ Tucker and bring in Montrezl Harrell, too. But as they get ready for the season, they may not be done. Right now, there aren’t too many more moves to make, but by the time the trade deadline rolls around, they could look to make a deal. According to Ky Carlin of Sixers Wire, one player they could potentially target is San Antonio Spurs wing and former 76er Josh Richardson. Josh Richardson showing off his #NBAStyle! ???????? ????: Nets/76ers⏰: 8:00pm/et????: @NBAonTNT pic.twitter.com/iaATeB8iow — NBA (@NBA) February 21, 2020 Richardson played for Philadelphia for one season but was then traded to...
    Former top federal prosecutor Geoffrey Berman claims Donald Trump's Justice Department pressed him to target political enemies and drop references to 'individual one' in the Michael Cohen case. Geoffrey Berman said the interference was unprecedented and that on at least one occasion it followed tweets by then President Donald Trump.  'People who had been in the office for 40 years never saw anything like that,' he said. 'It was unprecedented and scary.'  Details emerged as Trump himself is under intense legal pressure over presidential records he removed from the White House. It is just one of a number of court battles that has dogged the former president since leaving office. And Berman's account, in a book published on Monday, casts Bill Barr, Trump's attorney general, in a rather different light to the moral crusader he has claimed to be in recent TV appearances criticizing his former boss.  Berman was U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, leading some of the nation's most high-profile prosecutions and investigating several of Trump's allies, until he was fired in 2020. In an interview...
    Getty The Buccaneers could look to Jameis Winston as a possible replacement for Tom Brady. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers could be looking for Tom Brady’s replacement as soon as 2023. As noted by Dan Graziano of ESPN, the Buccaneers’ “most likely outcome” entering the 2023 season is bringing back Jameis Winston as the team’s quarterback. In this scenario, Brady either retires or goes elsewhere. Meanwhile, Winston returns after a four-year hiatus from the team. “Jameis Winston balls out in New Orleans, Brady retires or goes elsewhere, the Saints don’t offer Winston what he wants, and the Bucs bring back their former No. 1 overall pick for a triumphant return as Brady’s successor! All right, maybe it’s not “likely,” but it’s certainly not impossible,” says Graziano.Winston Illustrated Game-Managing Ability Last SeasonWinston is currently the Saints’ starting quarterback and did an effective job as a starter before suffering a season-ending injury last season. The 28-year-old led the Saints to a 5-2 record while throwing 14 touchdowns against three interceptions. Winston’s INT percentage was at a career-best 1.9 percent, as he...
    Getty Doug McDermott, Los Angeles Lakers The Los Angeles Lakers may be done with their off-season roster reconstruction following the addition of Patrick Beverley. However, should they decide to continue searching for floor spacers, Doug McDermott could end up being back on their radar. In a September 7 article for Bleacher Report, Greg Swartz noted how McDermott is highly likely to find himself on the trade block during the season. Lakers need 3 pt shooting . If you can't get Hield, they got to be wise and go for Bojan and Beasley if they dont want Conley, JC or anyone from Knicks except Cam. It's not rocket science. Get those 2 solid 3 pt shooters first and try to get Turner by making it a 3 team deal. — The King's Return ???? (LaKeShOw!) (@AManWithNoName0) August 31, 2022 “One of the game’s best three-point shooters, McDermott finished seventh overall in outside accuracy last season (42.2 percent). While most of these came off of catch-and-shoot attempts, the 30-year-old was even better on pull-up threes (43.2 percent). McDermott won’t bring much else to...
    Getty Eric Bledsoe, who has been linked to the Dallas Mavericks. While the Dallas Mavericks may have made some solid moves to improve their roster, the biggest headline of the summer for them was losing Jalen Brunson to the New York Knicks. Or, perhaps more importantly, not replacing his production in the lineup. Spencer Dinwiddie is a fine replacement in terms of the starting five, but they don’t have anybody to replace what he brought to the table in the rotation. Some young players look promising, but from a win-now perspective, the Mavericks just lost one of their most important pieces. However, according to long-time NBA insider Marc Stein, they are on the hunt for a replacement. In a recent edition of his newsletter, The Stein Line, Stein mentioned that the Mavericks are considering Dennis Schroder but could also look at other potential replacement options. Among those he listed was All-Defensive guard Eric Bledsoe. “Available backcourt free agents for Dallas to consider include Eric Bledsoe, Facundo Campazzo, Elfrid Payton, former Mavericks draftee Dennis Smith Jr. and Schröder,” Stein...
    Getty Montrezl Harrell, Boston Celtics As the Boston Celtics continue to re-evaluate their off-season plans following Danilo Gallinari’s ACL injury, the team is being linked with a plethora of free agents that could potentially slot in to provide cover for the sharpshooting big man. Of course, as things currently stand, the Celtics will not be expecting to see Gallinari back on the court this season – because even if he does recover in time for the playoffs, it’s probably not worth slotting him into the line-up. As such, Boston needs to be honest with themselves – did they see Gallinari spending more of his time at the power forward or center position? Because the answer to that question will help guide them on where to look for potential cover in the free agency market. After receiving further evaluation, Boston’s Danilo Gallinari has been diagnosed with a torn ACL in his left knee, per sources. This is the same ACL that Gallinari tore in 2013. — Shams Charania (@ShamsCharania) September 2, 2022 Assuming the Celtics decide they need additional...
    Getty Mike Conley #11 of the Utah Jazz drives to the basket against Jalen Brunson #13 of the Dallas Mavericks. After losing Jalen Brunson in free agency, many have viewed the Dallas Mavericks as one of this offseason’s biggest losers. Following a breakout campaign in 2022, the young guard is on his way to New York while the Mavs are left empty-handed. While the team isn’t worried about replacing his production, there is still a hole to fill in the backcourt next to Luka Doncic. Following the latest blockbuster deal, Dallas might be able to swoop in and grab a former All-Star from a Western Conference rival. With the start of the season right around the corner, the Cleveland Cavaliers pushed all in by acquiring Donovan Mitchell. One of the main pieces they sent back in trade was potential Mavs trade target, Collin Sexton. Since Utah has now moved on from both of their All-Stars, they could look to move on from more of their veteran pieces. Utah still has coveted veteran trade asserts, including Bojan Bogdanovic, Jordan...
    LIVERPOOL are reportedly on the verge of completing a shock loan swoop for Juventus star Arthur Melo. The 26-year-old midfielder has allegedly already agreed terms on a move to Anfield after a fee was finalised between the two clubs. 1Arthur Melo is reportedly set to join Liverpool from JuventusCredit: Getty Melo, who was previously being chased by Arsenal, will head to Liverpool on a loan deal - with no option to buy included in the package. Now he is due to undergo a medical later today before completing the surprise switch. Transfer guru Gianluca Di Marzio reports that the Brazilian international is preparing to fly from Turin's Caselle airport to Merseyside in order to finalise the transfer, with footage now emerging of him boarding a flight. The former Barcelona ace left the Nou Camp for Juventus back in 2020 and helped them to Coppa Italia success.  READ MORE FOOTBALLTransfer news Liverpool set to loan Arthur, Man Utd ANNOUNCE Antony, Man City sign Akanji But he only scored once and produced one assist during his two campaigns in Serie A. However,...
    Getty Cam Reddish #21 of the New York Knicks warms up. This offseason, wing depth was a major point of emphasis for the Philadelphia 76ers. After trading away Danny Green on draft night, there were limited options at the forward position outside of Matisse Thybulle. Once free agency got underway, Daryl Morey wasted little time addressing this weak point. In the initial frenzy of signings, he inked veterans Danuel House Jr. and P.J. Tucker to multi-year deals. While the Sixers have newfound depth thanks to the array of moves Morey made this summer, there is one situation that might be worth monitoring. Since being drafted tenth overall in 2019, it has been an up-and-down journey for Cam Reddish in the NBA. Just as he was starting to find his footing with the Atlanta Hawks, he was traded to the New York Knicks. Upon arriving in New York, Reddish only appeared in 15 games and played a career-low 14.3 minutes per game. Given the lack of playing time, the three-and-D wing wants a new situation. Marc Berman of the...
    With Tyron Smith out long-term, the Dallas Cowboys are looking outside the organization for help at the position. Jason Peters, formerly of the Eagles, could be a solution. He’s 40 years old, but Peters can still play at a productive level, and at a key position. Left tackle is not an easy spot on the offensive line to play. Often, players find themselves on an island. If they mess up, the quarterback’s health (and thus their own roster spot) could be at risk. Peters has succeeded at this position for years. And while he can’t move like he used to with the Philadelphia Eagles, Peters remains capable enough to fill in for Smith if the Cowboys choose to employ him. Per Pro Football Focus, Peters earned a 77.5 grade last year at age 39 in Chicago. If he plays close to that level in 2021, Dallas would sign him in a heartbeat. Cowboys rumors: Jason Peters a potential offensive line solutionDallas still trusts their offensive line without Smith — but the 31-year-old is one of the best players at his...
    Getty Montrezl Harrell of the Charlotte Hornets looks on in the second half of the game against the Toronto Raptors. The Boston Celtics were easily one of the most active ball clubs this offseason what with their slew of talent acquisitions via free agency signings and trade endeavors. As a result, they come into the 2022-23 campaign viewed as one of the most well-constructed rotations in the association as well as the odds-on favorites to claim the Larry O’Brien Trophy come year’s end. However, even with this high-end status, the Celtics should strongly consider the idea of making a few more moves before their October 18 tip-off and perhaps even during the early stages of the season in an effort to shore up some of the small, yet present issues found on their roster. Perhaps the team’s greatest area of concern resides in the frontcourt, particularly at the backup big man position. Considering the age and injury concerns that come attached to starting big-men Al Horford and Robert Williams III, respectively, Brad Stevens and company may wish to...
    Getty Joel Embiid #21 of the Philadelphia 76ers speaks with Jordan Clarkson #00 of the Utah Jazz. Heading into training camp, the Philadelphia 76ers should feel good about where they’re at from a roster standpoint. Along with retaining James Harden on a team-friendly deal, Daryl Morey brought in multiple depth pieces without giving up much. With the additions of De’Anthony Melton, Danuel House Jr., and P.J. Tucker, the Sixers have an abundance of defense and shooting around their stars. While trade talks have slowed down in recent weeks, there is still time for teams to make some finishing touches before the regular season gets underway. Bryan Toporek of Liberty Ballers recently brought up the idea of the Sixers adding more firepower to their second unit. Among the list of realistic trade targets he mentioned, former Sixth man of the Year Jordan Clarkson was brought up. As the Jazz wait out the New York Knicks on a potential Donovan Mitchell blockbuster, their Beverley and Rudy Gobert trades signal that they’re otherwise open for a rebuild. Mike Conley ($22.7 million), Bojan Bogdanovic...
    Getty Dennis Smith, Jr. of the New York Knicks dunks during the AT&T Slam Dunk as part of the 2019 NBA All-Star Weekend. The 2022 offseason has been a rather busy time period for the New York Knicks what with their frequent activity on the free agency market and ongoing trade pursuits, but for some of the team’s former members this summer has been rather uneventful. One past member in Dennis Smith Jr., who suited up for the orange and blue from 2019-2021 before being traded to the Detroit Pistons two years back in the Derrick Rose deal, has found himself struggling to find an employer since the conclusion of the regular season. Now an unrestricted free agent, the 24-year-old has been floating around untouched on the open market, receiving minimal attention from the league’s 30 teams. With training camps set to open in late September, the point guard has about a month to try and land himself an invite from a front office, and while many clubs across the association may consider pursuing him Sports Illustrated’s Ben Stinar...
    Getty Hamidou Diallo, Boston Celtics The Boston Celtics will enter the new season armed with a $5.6 million trade exception, which they could potentially use to add an additional veteran to their rotation before the trade deadline. Of course, identifying a player who can improve your roster, and being able to acquire them via trade are not easy things to do. However, according to Heavy.com’s Sean Deveny, Boston does have multiple options available to them, should they choose to explore them. The Boston Celtics could target Justise Winslow with one of their trade exceptions, per @SeanDeveney pic.twitter.com/dr6MfTtz02 — NBACentral (@TheNBACentral) August 24, 2022 In Deveny’s August 23 article, he spoke with multiple assistant coaches from around the league, in a bid to get a firmer grasp on which players the Celtics could potentially hold interest in trading for. Hamidou Diallo was a name that got discussed, although he was listed among the ‘wishful thinking category’ – but given his reasonable $5.2 million salary, he does fit the bill as a potential trade target. “He’s a really good finisher...
    Getty Isaiah Thomas, formerly of the Boston Celtics. So far this summer, the Boston Celtics have done a great job of filling out their roster. They may have fallen two games short in the NBA Finals, losing to the Golden State Warriors, but Brad Stevens acted quickly this offseason, addressing the issues that eventually led to their downfall. Stevens signed forward Danilo Gallinari in free agency to add some shooting to the rotation and traded for combo guard Malcolm Brogdon, supplementing the team’s playmaking. But with some roster spots still open, he still needs to remain active on the free agency market. While it has been announced that Boston will host somewhat of a training camp competition to fill the final roster spots, they could still choose to bring back some familiar faces. And according to Brett Siegel of Sports Illustrated and Fan Nation, there’s no reason for the Celtics not to sign Isaiah Thomas. “Still unsigned in free agency this offseason, there truly is no reason that Isaiah Thomas should not be on an NBA roster,” Siegel...
    Getty Nik Stauskas, formerly of the Boston Celtics. Not all Boston Celtics players are created equal. Sure, there are the Larry Birds, Paul Pierces, and (potentially) Jayson Tatums of the world, but not every player who dons the green and white has the chance to be immortalized in Boston legend. In fact, most never get that chance. This past year alone, 28 different players suited up for the Celtics. Few of them earned regular rotational minutes, and even fewer have the chance to enshrine their names in Celtics lore. But they are all Celtics. It will forever say that they played for Boston, and they will always be considered a Celtic (at least, for a brief moment in time). And one of those players, who was, at least briefly, a member of the Celtics, has now been linked to the team’s greatest rival – the Los Angeles Lakers. According to sources who spoke with Sean Deveney of Heavy.com, former Celtics wing Nik Stauskas could be a potential Lakers target this summer. “They could look at other veteran guys,...
    Getty JaVale McGee, now of the Dallas Mavericks, and Marquese Chriss, formerly of the Golden State Warriors. DJ Khaled dropped an album a while back that was titled Suffering From Success. In a lot of ways, that’s what has happened to the Golden State Warriors over the years. So many solid players have passed through their organization, but due to financial and rotational restrictions, they just couldn’t keep everybody. Most recently, the perfect examples of this are Gary Payton II and Otto Porter Jr. The Warriors could have kept them both, but instead, they chose to sign with other teams that paid them more money. Some players even choose to leave in order to earn a larger role elsewhere. Well, one former member of the Warriors has been linked to an Eastern Conference rival as a potential trade target, according to sources who spoke with Sean Deveney of Heavy.com. According to an Eastern Conference assistant coach who spoke with Deveney, Marquese Chriss could be a potential trade target for the Boston Celtics. “Doubt that he has a future...
    Rudy Giuliani testifying before a grand jury is “suicidal,” MSNBC legal analyst and former prosecutor Cynthia Alksne declared shortly after it was revealed the former New York City mayor is the target of a criminal investigation. Robert Costello, a lawyer for Giuliani, told the New York Times that Giuliani had been informed he was the target of an investigation, which is focused on alleged election interference by Donald Trump’s campaign in Georgia. Costello’s client is expected to testify before a grand jury on Monday. Giuliani testifying is “shocking,” Alksne said when reacting to the news on Monday. The former mayor and Trump lawyer being informed he is a target of the investigation means the former mayor is “likely to be a defendant,” she added, and his testimony won’t help him. The “target letter,” Alksne said, means the grand jury believes there is “substantial evidence linking him to the crime.” “I find it shocking that he would show up,” the legal analyst told MSNBC’s Katy Tur. According to the former prosecutor, it would be “suicidal” for Giuliani to actually testify. “Anybody...
    Rudy Giuliani is a target of the criminal probe into alleged election interference by former President Donald Trump’s campaign in Georgia, according to The New York Times. Giuliani’s lawyer, Robert Costello, told the Times that prosecutors informed him his client is a target of the investigation. Giuliani is expected to appear before a grand jury on Monday in Atlanta. According to former federal prosecutor Renato Mariotti, that’s bad news for Giuliani, the former mayor of New York and Trump lawyer. “’Target’ is a term prosecutors use to indicate that they are likely to indict someone,” Mariotti wrote on Twitter. “It has a specific meaning in this context. If Giuliani has in fact been told that he is a target of the Georgia investigation, he should expect to be indicted.” “Target” is a term prosecutors use to indicate that they are likely to indict someone. It has a specific meaning in this context. If Giuliani has in fact been told that he is a target of the Georgia investigation, he should expect to be indicted. https://t.co/66zAwDX1yF — Renato Mariotti (@renato_mariotti)...
    THIS former Target employee reveals exactly which days you should go shopping to get markdowns on specific products in the store. Sarah, a former Target worker, and shopping expert who goes by the username @xoxo_sarahkania on TikTok, posted a video revealing a few hacks that would be beneficial to know next time shoppers are at the store. 3Former Target employee Sarah (pictured) reveals a big secret for shoppersCredit: TikTok/ Target Products 3Sarah explains that Target will mark down certain products on specific days before restocking with new inventoryCredit: Getty "One of those hacks being that certain days, some products will be marked down based off their category," she says. The reasoning behind this move from Target is to push out old inventory to make space for the new, according to Sarah. Per Target's habits, Sarah was able to create a schedule that indicates the changes and markdowns based on what is happening with the inventory. "I'm going to go ahead and attach the schedule so that you guys know what specific days to go into Target if you're looking for...
    Getty Markelle Fultz, Los Angeles Lakers Heading into this off-season, one of the Los Angeles Lakers‘ biggest objectives was to add some younger talent to their roster, preferably talent that could continue to improve while also making an immediate impact. Rob Pelinka and the Lakers front office have done an admirable job at adding high-upside talent since the off-season began, but there is certainly more that could be done. According to Sports Illustrated’s Ben Stinar, the Lakers should consider trading for Markelle Fultz from the Orlando Magic. Markelle Fultz let it rip ???? pic.twitter.com/eYHtO29gTQ — SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) January 5, 2021 “Fultz was drafted with the first overall pick because he has star potential. Right now, he is just a role player that could turn into a very good player one day.  (LeBron) James is 37 years old, so he is not going to be playing for another decade. Fultz could turn into a core player for them once this era is over. He would be the perfect mix of helping the team compete for titles right now, while also...
    Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) has introduced articles of impeachment against Attorney General Merrick Garland following a raid on former President Donald Trump’s home. Among the Georgia Republican’s complaints is that Garland is treating the Bureau – the country’s preeminent federal police force – like a “federal police force” that is working on behalf of Democrats. Greene shared a copy of the resolution on Twitter Friday evening. Read my articles of impeachment against Merrick Garland.#ImpeachGarland pic.twitter.com/mfmr0WuGV5 — Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene???????? (@RepMTG) August 12, 2022 On page 2 of the document, which is co-sponsored by Reps. Clay Higgins (R-LA) and Mary Miller (R-IL), Greene makes the following argument: Attorney General Garland has failed to uphold his oath and has instead overseen a denigration of the principles of our democratic republic by politicizing the Department of Justice, and utilizing the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a Federal police force to punish or intimidate anyone who questions or opposes the current regime. Greene goes on to accuse Garland of persecuting Trump while acting on behalf of President Joe Biden in...
    Getty Bismack Biyombo of the Phoenix Suns, who was linked to the Boston Celtics. So far this summer, the Boston Celtics have done a great job of filling the necessary holes on their roster. After their loss to the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, it was clear that they could use some extra shooting and additional playmaking. Brad Stevens addressed that by signing Danilo Gallinari and trading for Malcolm Brogdon. That being said, there are a couple of spots that could still use filling. Past Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum on the depth chart, Boston doesn’t really have any wing depth. And the area of need even more glaring than that is the backup center position. However, the Celtics do have some TPEs still available to them. The most prominent two are the Juancho Hernangomez trade exception, worth roughly $6.9 million, and the Dennis Schroder trade exception, worth roughly $5.9 million. In an article published by Sean Deveney of Heavy.com, he spoke to a Western Conference coach that pegged Phoenix Suns center Bismack Biyombo as a...
    Getty Kristaps Porzingis of the New York Knicks is congratulated by teammate Carmelo Anthony. Since the turn of the century, the New York Knicks have certainly struggled to find consistent success from an overall team standpoint, as they’ve endured 17 losing seasons over the last 22 years and have clinched a playoff berth on just 5 separate occasions during this time frame. That said, despite their bevy of lackluster campaigns, the franchise has found itself rostering several high-end talents along the way. From Latrell Sprewell and David Lee to Carmelo Anthony and, most recently, Julius Randle, throughout this span, New York has seen their fair share of players representing the franchise during All-Star weekend. However, of all these top-billed talents from years past, one, in particular, is viewed as the missing piece for the title-contending Miami Heat. In an opinion piece published on August 9 by Sports Illustrated’s Ben Stinar, former Knicks centerpiece and 2018 All-Star selection Kristaps Porzingis was tabbed as being an ideal trade target for the Heat to consider pursuing this season, with his talents...
    CRISTIANO RONALDO has taken to social media after his side's nightmare opening day defeat. Manchester United fell 2-1 to Brighton after a sorry showing at Old Trafford. 2Cristiano Ronaldo updated fans on social media 2Ronaldo was a 53rd minute sub against BrightonCredit: Getty Ronaldo, 37, started on the bench after a summer that saw him skip the Red Devils' pre-season tour of Thailand and Australia as he tried desperately to leave. It took just 53 minutes for Erik ten Hag to call upon him, however, as his side found themselves 2-0 down to the Seagulls. United managed to pull a goal back, but Ronaldo failed to make the desired impact in his cameo. The Portuguese has taken to social media to try and illustrate the effort he's putting in. READ MORE ON MAN UTDRED DEVILS LATEST Arnautovic OFF, Ronaldo to Chelsea BACK ON, Milinkovic-Savic '£57.5m BID' He posted a picture of himself sprinting in United training. The image was captioned: "Hard work always pays off ????????????????." Further pictures showed Ronaldo beating his younger team-mates in a sprint. The former Real...
    Getty Carmelo Anthony, Los Angeles Lakers The Boston Celtics still have multiple open roster spots, and while their roster has already been upgraded throughout the off-season, adding another veteran wing wouldn’t hurt. According to Sports Illustrated’s Ben Stinar, the Celtics should look no further than Carmelo Anthony. The future Hall of Fame talent is coming off the back of two successful seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers and is currently an unrestricted free agent. “Anthony is one of the greatest scorers of all time, and at 38 years old he is still a very good shooter. With all of the players on Boston that garner attention, Anthony could very well be left open more than he has ever been in his entire career. The Celtics could put out a scary-scoring lineup of Malcolm Brogdon, Marcus Smart, Jaylen Brown, Jayson Tatum, and Anthony,” Stinar wrote on August 9. This app needs to start respecting prime Carmelo Anthony ???? pic.twitter.com/4FzCUv0Jk4 — YB’s Uber Driver (@YbFan69) August 6, 2022 Anthony played in 69 games for the Lakers last season and averaged...
    Donald Trump is probably the target of a criminal investigation and the raid on his Mar-a-Lago mansion shows it, a former acting US Solicitor General has said.  Neal Katyal, who was appointed by Barack Obama to represent the government in front of the Supreme Court between 2010 and 2011, told MSNBC on Monday night that if he were Trump's lawyer, he would be telling him to 'prepare for jail time'.  It comes after FBI agents earlier searched Trump's Florida mansion - including his private safe - with journalists briefed that they were looking for protected documents Trump is accused of illegally taking after his presidential term ended. Trump blasted the raid as a 'dark day' for America while lawyer Alan Dershowitz - a long-time associate of Trump via the Mar-a-Lago club and who represented him during his first impeachment - called the raid 'totally unjustified' and 'wrong'.  Neal Katyal, the former acting Solicitor General, has said the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago shows Trump is probably the subject of a criminal investigation The Justice Department is known to be conducting a...
    getty 49ers helmet. By now, the San Francisco 49ers are in better shape at the wide receiver spot — more so with All-Pro Deebo Samuel newly paid and practicing, plus Brandon Aiyuk turning heads with his contested catches during training camp. But tryouts continue to be held in the wake of former WR turned tight end Jordan Matthews going on injured reserve, with three offensive linemen mentioned in this Heavy on 49ers story working out in front of the 49ers. Now, the latest to run through drills in front of the ‘Niners on Friday, August 5? A veteran wide receiver who once established himself as a 60 to 70 catch wideout during his first four seasons in the league and is now searching for his fifth NFL home. ALL the latest 49ers news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on 49ers newsletter here! Join Heavy on 49ers! Who Worked Out in Front of the 49ers? Willie Snead became the latest to work out in front of S.F., with Aaron Wilson of the Pro Football...
    Former President Donald Trump is reportedly ignoring advice from some of his allies to refrain from communicating with current and former aides such as Mark Meadows who are in the crosshairs of the House Jan. 6 committee. Despite their strained post-White House relationship and repeated advice to pare down communication, Trump and Meadows have spoken on several occasions, CNN reported. Some on Trump's legal team have reportedly speculated that Meadows could face scrutiny from the Justice Department in its inquiry of the Jan. 6 riot. TRUMP TRIED TO CALL FORTHCOMING WITNESS AFTER LAST JAN. 6 HEARING, CHENEY SAYS "All of that is idle and uninformed speculation, apparently by people that know little but talk a lot," Meadows's attorney George Terwilliger told the outlet in response to questions about concerns from Trumpworld. In tandem with the Jan. 6 committee, the Justice Department has been conducting a sprawling inquiry into efforts to challenge the 2020 election. This reportedly entails the alternate elector scheme and other behind-the-scenes machinations to challenge the election. Trump has reportedly been a subject of...
    Getty President Pat Riley of the Miami Heat addresses the media. Pat Riley and the Miami Heat continue their pursuit of adding key players to assist in Miami’s title hopes this season. The team that had a surprising run to the Eastern Conference’s best record last season and hopes to add to that run next season. Miami continues to be included in trade discussions with the Brooklyn Nets for Kevin Durant and Utah Jazz for Donovan Mitchell. The two sides remain apart in any potential deals, and it could be time for the Heat to start looking elsewhere.  Durant is reportedly meeting with the Nets owner Joe Tsai this week, and the meeting could either dampen any trade momentum or increase Brooklyn’s urgency to accomplish a trade. Currently, the results of the meeting are unknown, and there are other potential additions the Heat could make to bolster its roster.  Recently, LaMarcus Aldridge was named as a player that the Heat could look to add for a backup role. Miami has pursued Aldridge in free agency multiple times now. Is this...
    Recent Philadelphia Phillies rumors have connected them to a potential trade for former New York Mets pitcher and longtime foe Noah Syndergaard. Noah Syndergaard back in the National League East and not pitching for the New York Mets? If the latest Philadelphia Phillies rumors come true, it’s going to happen. In their pursuit of starting pitching help, recent Phillies rumors have connected them to a former foe, Syndergaard. The longtime rival who left the Mets in the offseason to sign a one-year deal with the Los Angeles Angels could be changing coasts again and re-entering the playoff race. The MLB trade deadline is finally awake in Philadelphia.Phillies rumors: Noah Syndergaard possibly coming back to the NL EastSyndergaard could be exactly what the Phillies need, can afford, and will land before the MLB trade deadline is over. The team has been unwilling to part with any of their top prospects. One would have to imagine that Syndergaard, on a declining Angels ball club at least fielding offers for Shohei Ohtani, could be had for salary relief. There isn’t a pitcher out...
    Getty Jeremy Lamb, Philadelphia 76ers The Philadelphia 76ers are a much better team than the one that ended last season – James Harden saw to that. But, with multiple veteran role players still available in free agency, there’s an opportunity for Daryl Morey to continue rebuilding the Sixers roster. According to Bleacher Report’s Zach Buckley, one player the Sixers should be interested in acquiring is Jeremy Lamb – a veteran wing who can help boost the second unit’s firepower. Should the Sixers have interest in any of these NBA FREE AGENTS? T.J. WarrenJeremy LambJosh JacksonCarmelo Anthony Markieff MorrisBen McLemoreRodney HoodCaleb MartinDennis Schröder — Santino (@J_Santino13) July 4, 2022 “The 30-year-old makes net-shredding look effortlessly smooth. He also doesn’t need a ton of floor time to fill it up. He averaged double-digit points in four of the past five seasons despite logging just 24.3 minutes per night over that stretch. His three-ball is streakier than you’d like, and his defense isn’t worth mentioning, but he’d be out of the price range if he didn’t have those warts,” Buckley wrote...
    Getty Josh Green of the Dallas Mavericks and Russell Westbrook of the Los Angeles Lakers. The biggest story surrounding the Dallas Mavericks this offseason is the fact that they lost point guard Jalen Brunson in free agency. Brunson decided to sign with the New York Knicks to play under his father, Rick Brunson, who was just hired as an assistant coach in New York. Dallas spent the majority of their offseason money inking big man JaVale McGee to a three-year deal, leaving them with little cash to find a replacement for Brunson in free agency. However, one rumored option would see them sign a former MVP. According to Brandon “Scoop B” Robinson of Bally Sports, the Mavericks may consider signing Los Angeles Lakers guard Russell Westbrook if he were to be bought out this offseason. A trade for Westbrook isn’t in the cards, but signing him in the buyout market could be. “Russell Westbrook coming off the bench with the Dallas Mavs would make sense IF he were bought out by the Los Angeles Lakers but it “would...
    Getty Lakers star LeBron James LeBron James’ recent appearance at the Drew League has some Los Angeles Lakers fans thinking about what could have been. James teamed up with Bulls guard DeMar DeRozan for an offseason run in one of the notable summer basketball circuits. DeRozan was one of the star free agents linked to the Lakers during the 2021 offseason but ultimately the team opted to acquire Russell Westbrook, leaving Los Angeles with few remaining assets to pull off a sign-and-trade for the guard. After James’ impressive performance, the superstar took to Twitter to give DeRozan a shoutout. “My dog Debo!!! @DeMar_DeRozan ✊????,” James tweeted on July 16, 2022 posting a photo with the Bulls guard. James was named Player of the Game for his outing notching 42 points, 16 rebounds and four steals. Lakers fans are left wondering about what the potential duo could have looked like wearing purple and gold. ALL the latest Los Angeles Lakers news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Lakers newsletter here! Join Heavy on...
    Getty Billy Donovan Don’t expect the Chicago Bulls or any other team to sign Montrezl Harrell soon. The talented but troubled former NBA Sixth Man of the Year is dealing with some legal issues stemming from a felony drug charge after being pulled over with 30 pounds of marijuana.  Recently, an Eastern Conference executive weighed in on the chances Harrell would land in Chicago, where the Bulls could use his toughness. It didn’t sound promising as the word “toxic” stemmed from the drug charge and how he left the relationship with the Los Angeles Lakers after he was traded to the Washington Wizards in 2021. Montrezl Harrell’s Baggage May Scare Teams Away Speaking exclusively to Heavy, the executive said this about Harrell’s situation. “The feeling is now that he’s toxic until his case gets settled. He’s made the case that he did not really do anything wrong and had a minor infraction [in relation to the drug arrest], which might very well be true. No one really cares about the weed thing; the league does not come down...
    Former Victoria's Secret models recalled being forced to wear provocative, yet child-like lingerie adorned with toys and balloons during an explosive new Hulu docu-series, which exposed much of the underwear company's dark past. Many of Victoria Secret's former employees, runway stars, and executives spoke out in the three-part show, entitled Victoria's Secret: Angels and Demons - which premiered on the streaming site on July 14 - with some admitting that they were left uncomfortable after they were put into youthful designs while modeling bras and underwear on the catwalk. Victoria's Secret - which was launched in 1977 by Roy and Gaye Raymond and later sold to Leslie Wexner in 1982 - expanded its operations by opening a lingerie and apparel line specifically targeted towards younger women, called PINK, in 2002.  While PINK is aimed at ladies aged 13 to 22, some women who previously modeled for the brand slammed the company for putting them in child-like items while walking on the runway. Former Victoria's Secret models recalled being forced to wear provocative, yet child-like lingerie adorned with toys and balloons during...
    Getty Montrezl Harrell, Boston Celtics An additional big man might be the Boston Celtics‘ biggest need at this juncture of the off-season, but it looks like Brad Stevens and the front office are being judicial about the type of player they’re targeting. Thus far, we’ve seen Malcolm Brogdon and Danilo Gallinari join the roster – both consummate professionals who filled clear-cut voids within the rotation. Assuming the Celtics are looking to fill their vacant center spot with a free agent, we can expect Dwight Howard, DeMarcus Cousins, and Montrezl Harrell to be atop their list of targets. However, according to an Eastern Conference executive, who spoke to Heavy.com under the condition of anonymity, Harrell does not project to be a target for Boston due to his poor fit on both the offensive and defensive end of the floor. Never thought I’d say it but the guy the Celtics need is Montrezl Harrell — GreenRunsDeep (@CelticsGRD) February 2, 2022 “Boston probably would not use him even if they could. They’re really looking for someone who can play two ways...
    Getty Argentine point guard Facundo Campazzo dribbles the ball during a FIBA World Cup qualifier. The Golden State Warriors may have filled some of their open roster spots by signing veteran Donte DiVincenzo, adding Patrick Baldwin and Ryan Rollins in the draft and making Lester Quiñones a two-way baller, but they’ve still got back-end slots to fill. Alas, their repeater-tax status essentially limits them to using veteran minimum deals to do so. Of course, few teams have done as well as the Warriors in getting mileage out of such signings. Last season, Otto Porter left money on the table elsewhere to sign a vet minimum deal and ended up being a key cog to the team’s title-winning effort. The same could be said for Gary Payton II, whose emergence as a lockdown artist just got him a bag in Portland. Whether or not Golden State can pull another rabbit out of its hat is anyone’s guess, but team president Bob Myers will definitely have some options. One area of need is the backup point guard and, as Dieter...
    Getty Wayne Ellington reacts to a play in a Los Angeles Lakers game. The Golden State Warriors could snag a former divisional rival to help replace some of their lost shooting prowess, an insider speculates. After winning their fourth title in the last eight seasons, the Warriors became victims of their own success this offseason. Guard Gary Payton II and big man Otto Porter Jr. both used their strong performances to snag new contracts outside of Golden State’s price range, while Nemanja Bjelica opted to leave the NBA on top and return to his former team in Turkey. The trio made a total of 177 three-pointers last season, leaving a shooting gap in both the frontcourt and backcourt. Dieter Kurtenbach of The Mercury News believes a former Los Angeles Lakers guard could help make up some of the difference. The latest Warriors news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Warriors newsletter here! Join Heavy on Warriors! Popular Laker Could Become Warriors Target Kurtenbach broke down the current roster needs for the Warriors and named some...
    Getty Aron Baynes of the Boston Celtics. The Boston Celtics are in the market for a backup big man. It seems as though the plan is to roll out the same starting frontcourt next season, meaning Al Horford and Robert Williams will get the nod. However, since Daniel Theis was traded in the Malcolm Brogdon deal, the Celtics have a hole at the backup center position. Plenty of names have been suggested, and there is a multitude of routes the Celtics could take. They could look to snag a veteran in free agency, sign a youngster off the summer league team, or make a trade using the remaining TPEs they have at their disposal. But recently, one name has jumped out – Aron Baynes. The Australian big man is making his return to basketball after a scary injury during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics (which actually took place in the summer of 2021). He had a workout with several NBA teams in Las Vegas during Summer League, and according to a source, he would fit well in Boston. “I...
    WE all love a bargain at the shops, and luckily there are employees out there willing to reveal the store secrets that can save you cash. Staff at some of America's largest chains have taken to social media to give shoppers behind-the-register knowledge. 2Retail workers, especially those who have worked at Target, have been changing the shopping experience of customers by sharing their secrets.Credit: Getty While Target is beloved by shoppers for its extensive selection of fairly-priced household, electronic, and miscellaneous goods, a recent viral TikTok video revealed how to further slash prices. A former Target worker who posts on TikTok as @xoxo_sarahkania revealed that the store price-matches their merchandise with other retailers if you can show them a cheaper price. Sarah leads the video saying she actually doesn't like shopping at Target because it is "more expensive than Wal-Mart". But she revealed there's a way to get a discount. READ MORE ON TARGETMISSED TARGET I'm a Target super fan - you can now get a $10 manicure in just 10 minutesPICTURE THIS I'm a Target shopper...
    Getty FOXBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS - JANUARY 04: Tom Brady #12 of the New England Patriots talks with teammate Mohamed Sanu #14 before the AFC Wild Card Playoff game against the Tennessee Titans at Gillette Stadium on January 04, 2020 in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Adam Glanzman/Getty Images) Finding a reliable third wide receiver still remains a big need for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Star wide receiver Chris Godwin won’t be ready at the start of the season due to an ACL tear, and free agent acquisition Russell Gage hasn’t practiced yet due to an undisclosed injury. The Bucs don’t have consistent receiver after Mike Evans with Godwin and Gage out. No other returning Bucs receiver had more than 36 catches, 360 yards, or two touchdowns in 2021. Tampa Bay could turn to a former target of quarterback Tom Brady in free agent wideout Mohamed Sanu. They played together in New England during the 2019 season before Brady joined the Bucs and Sanu went to San Francisco. #Patriots cash it in after the muffed punt TB12 ➡️ Mohamed Sanu #NEvsBAL...
    Getty Ex-Lakers Dwight Howard & JaVale McGee. The Brooklyn Nets are about to enter one of the most pivotal free agency periods in franchise history. After All-Star point guard Kyrie Irving agreed to opt-in to the final year of his deal with Brooklyn, the outcome of the 2023 season will be a factor in whether he decides to re-sign with the Nets next summer. Consequently, his decision next summer could also decide Kevin Durant’s future with the franchise.  The Nets have several key free agents set to hit the market when the period officially opens on June 30. Some pivotal names include Nicolas Claxton, Andre Drummond, and Bruce Brown, all front-court players who were great contributors to their defense last season. Unfortunately, with Durant, Kyrie, and Ben Simmons on the payroll, it is not likely that they can keep all three of those front-court players next season. ESPN NBA analyst Kendrick Perkins says to fill the void of the free agents that will ultimately depart the Nets should target Phoenix Suns’ center, JaVale McGee.  “I don’t know if...
    Cain Velasquez, the former UFC heavyweight champion charged with the attempted murder of a man he claims molested his 4-year-old son, is now suing the man and his family who own a childcare business where the alleged molestation took place. Velasquez, 39, remains in police custody after he allegedly shot at the man and rammed his truck into his vehicle during a high-speed pursuit through Santa Clara County in February. The two-time UFC heavyweight champion claims in a civil lawsuit that Harry Goularte sexually molested Velasquez’s son while he was attending a childcare run by Goularte’s mother, Patricia Goularte. The lawsuit was filed on behalf of a minor named “C.V. Jr.” against Harry Goularte, his concrete business, along with his mother and stepfather, Paul Bender, who operated the childcare business out of a home in San Martin. Goularte was living at the home and working for the childcare business during the time of the alleged molestation, according to the lawsuit. The Velasquez family claims Harry Goularte was allowed to spend time alone with C.V. and other children on the property,...
    Getty Former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson shakes hands with Cleveland Browns QB Baker Mayfield. The Seattle Seahawks have been at the center of trade rumors surrounding Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield throughout the entire 2022 NFL offseason. The former No. 1 overall pick added some flame to the fire with his first public comments about his future with Cleveland in months. Speaking to reporters at his youth football camp in Norman, Oklahoma, Mayfield answered questions about returning to the Browns, and whether or not there is a scenario where he would play again for Cleveland. “I think it’s been pretty obvious the mutual decision on both sides is to move on,” Mayfield said. “I’m thankful for my four years in Cleveland. There were a ton of ups and downs and learning experiences that I’ll forever keep with me…I’m thankful for it. There’s no resentment towards the city of Cleveland by any means.” Baker Mayfield answered the question everyone wants to know: If DeShaun Watson is suspended, could he return to Cleveland in 2022? Here's his answer from...
    Getty Evan Fournier of the New York Knicks, who was linked to the Boston Celtics. The Boston Celtics have a lot on their plate this offseason, but simultaneously don’t really have to do anything at all. It’s confusing, but that’s just a testament to how their roster is built and the success they had as a squad last year, reaching the NBA Finals for the first time since 2010. They don’t have to do anything at all because all 10 of their core rotation players are under contract for next year already. However, they have a lot on their plate because they’ll be looking to improve and have a $17.1 million TPE that they can use. When looking at targets, there are a bunch of names around the league that stand out. Well, one very intriguing name mentioned by Keith Smith of CelticsBlog is Evan Fournier of the New York Knicks… the player Boston received the TPE for. It’s definitely an odd situation, but Smith breaks it down perfectly. “So…this is awkward! Normally, teams are restricted from re-acquiring...