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Timberlake makes Memphis' pitch to Conley

With a little help from nine-time Grammy winner Justin Timberlake, the Grizzlies show Mike Conley why he should stay in Memphis. Recruiting pitch

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Justin Verrier ESPN Staff Writer 

Tre Demps, son of Pelicans GM Dell Demps, will play for the Chicago Bulls in summer league, his management firm, Priority Sports, announced. The younger Demps, an undrafted free agent, averaged 15.7 points, 3.6 rebounds and 3.3 assists a game as a senior at Northwestern this past season.

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie of the Year odds (via @BovadaLV) not particularly bullish on Boston's Jaylen Brown.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Carmelo Anthony tells ESPN that his recruitment of Kevin Durant has already begun, saying: "We've been together. We've been talking."

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

2014 2nd-round pick Louis Layberie will play for the Knicks' Summer League team. Others on the roster include Ron Baker, Marshall Plumlee, Marvelle Harris and JP Tokoto, according to reports. Also, Souleyman Diabate, a 6-0 guard from the Ivory Coast, will play for the club in Summer League. The first summer league practice is scheduled for Wednesday.

Harden dunks on kid at basketball camp

James Harden was a big hit with campers after slamming on one of their own. Watch it

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USA Basketball has a lot of star power

While some of the game's best players have decided to no participate, there are still plenty of big names who will represent the United States at the 2016 Olympics. Meet the team

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Add international guard Souleyman Diabate to the list of players on the Knicks' Summer League roster. Others include Ron Baker, Marshall Plumlee, Marvelle Harris and JP Tokoto, according to reports. The 29-year-old Diabate, a 6-0 guard from the Ivory Coast, has been on the radar of Knicks scouts for several months.

Greeny: LeBron wouldn't get a free pass

Mike Greenberg says if LeBron James acted in the same manner as Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo, the media would be all over him.

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