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Scotto: Pistons no longer into LaVine trade, Drummond picking up interest

To the likely surprise of few, we are hearing that the Detroit Pistons are cooling off in their reported pursuit of Chicago Bulls shooting guard Zach LaVine in the wake of his season-ending surgery according to new reporting from HoopsHype’s Michael Scotto.

Per Scotto, Chicago’s “trade talks with the Pistons have stalled with Detroit no longer interested.” But a Bulls player “who could be dealt, however, is center Andre Drummond,” who has drawn trade interest from the Boston Celtics, Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Lakers and Phoenix Suns ahead of the Feb. 8 moratorium on moving players between teams this season.

“The Rockets also considered making a run at Drummond before acquiring Steven Adams,” notes Scotto.

The HoopsHype reporter also notes that Chicago’s asking price for Alex Caruso remains high, “the equivalent of two first-round picks to consider moving the All-Defensive guard. ”

Harry Kane bombshell underlines England’s issues at Euro 2024: No plan, no composure… and not much hope

Of all the alarming elements of a dismal evening for England, how about Harry Kane’s post-match comments on the game plan?

Kane, England’s captain and statesman, a player whose career has been defined by stoically looking ahead after disappointments, was supposed to offer the country a tonic, to put a dreadful 1-1 draw with Denmark into context and fend off an inevitable barrage of discourse. Instead, the Bayern Munich forward effectively admitted England had no idea what they were doing.

“In general, we’re not sure how to get the pressure on and who’s supposed to be [pressing],” said Kane, when asked about the team’s tendency to drop deep at 1-0 up.

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