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Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Story online soon: Sources say Warriors, Spurs & incumbent Thunder are first three known teams to land recruiting meetings with Kevin Durant

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

On same day as Game 6 of the NBA Finals, Steph Curry filed to trademark "Steph Curry," "Stephen Curry," "Curry" and "Chef Curry."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

I think when Derrick Rose said "thank you" to the Bulls for trading him, he meant it as gratitude to the organization for sending him to the Knicks, as opposed to another organization. I don't believe it was meant as a shot at the organization.

New day, new number for D-Rose

Derrick Rose hopes to regain his rhythm and bring a little bit of Chicago to the Knicks by changing his jersey number to 25.

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Mechelle Voepel @MechelleV

Minnesota's WNBA perfection for 2016 ends: Sparks pay back their first loss on Tuesday by beating Lynx 94-76 tonight at Target Center.

WSOP @WSOP

Rafael Lebron is once again heads-up for a bracelet, trailing Georgios Zisimopoulos in the $3,000 Limit Holdem 6-Max.

Mechelle Voepel @MechelleV

The crowd here tonight at Target Center is 13,003. But the score is 59-54 Sparks over Lynx with 2 minutes left in 3rd quarter.

Suns collecting Kentucky guards

After drafting Tyler Ulis, there are now five guards on Phoenix who played for John Calipari.

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Skip Bayless @RealSkipBayless

Spurs GM RC Buford had only 29th pick, landed "steal of draft," says Chad Ford - Dejounte Murray. Then signed Nova's Arch, a better Delly.

Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

Alvin Gentry on his relationship with Danny Ferry, who joined the Pelicans as a special adviser after two years away from the NBA: "It's fine, it's fine. I've known Danny a long time. Actually, he was kidding me because I watched him play in high school when he was at DeMatha [High School]. He's an extremely bright guy. He's here as a consultant and to challenge us with ideas, and things like that. I think he's done a great job with it."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Derrick Rose feels as if he is "close" to returning to the level he played during 2010-11, when he won the NBA's MVP award: "But me sitting up here and saying that, that's not going to do anything. Next year, I'm going to let my game speak for itself," he said.