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NBA News Roundup: Steph Curry reflects on his charitable foundation’s 3rd-year anniversary, Jordan Poole seen working out with Jeremy Lin, and more

Multiple players will be eligible to sign extensions this NBA offseason and we are going to see a lot of issues arise with regards to the money involved.

Stars like LeBron James, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson and more are all going to sign major deals in the coming weeks, determining the landscape of the league for the next few years.

The NBA offseason doesn’t have much else going on. Trades and signings are almost negligible as the Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook sagas dominate most trade rumours. Moreover, the draft and summer league are also behind us. Let’s take a look at some news stories from around the NBA in the last 24 hours.

Andre Iguodala doesn’t want to coach so he will either play next year or retire this summer

Andre Iguodala of the Golden State Warriors before Game 6 of the 2022 NBA Finals

Steve Kerr explains how a talk that Andre Iguodala gave “turned prophetic,” and touches on the possibility of him becoming a coach.”I think he’s way too smart to sit next to me and come to all our coaches meetings… I would love to have him back on the roster if it works out.”

Jordan Poole seen doing offseason workout with Jeremy Lin

Jordan Poole of the Golden State Warriors during Game 2 of the 2022 NBA FinalsNorvel Pelle with the New York Knicks in the 2020-21 NBA seasonESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowskithe Portland Trail Blazers are going to sign Pelle to a training camp deal.

Blazers are bringing Pelle to camp to compete for an available two-way roster spot.

Ish Wainright has agreed to return to the Phoenix Suns

Ish Wainright of the Phoenix Suns during Game 5 of the Western Conference SemifinalsThe Athletic’s Shams CharaniaWainright is returning to Phoenix on a one-year deal.

Free agent Ish Wainwright has agreed to a two-way NBA contract to return to the Phoenix Suns, his agents Jim Tanner and Deirunas Visockas of Tandem told @TheAthletic @Stadium.

Steph Curry’s Eat. Learn. Play. Foundation celebrates it’s third-year anniversary

Eat.  Learn.  Play.  co-founder Steph Curry hosts the annual

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At our recent @eatearnplay Day at the Ballpark for Oakland youth, @StephenCurry30 reflected on our third anniversary as a foundation. We join Stephen and @ayeshacurry in thanking our community partners and supporters who make this work possible. We are just getting started!

Curry lauded his charity’s work over the past three years and mentioned how they “have distributed over 25 million meals, provided hundreds of thousands of books and literacy grants to support teachers and local organizations, and created opportunities and safe places for all kids to play.” “

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