The Yankees have received tremendous production from Gleyber Torres and Miguel Andujar. Not that they can’t keep it up, but it’s a long season and we’ll see how they adjust now that the league has seen them a bit. If those two slide in the second half, the Yankees will need to find more offense from the rest of the lineup — Gary Sanchez or Greg Bird, in particular.
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This hypothetical becoming reality is contingent on the players involved — and the Spurs. George and James are free to sign anywhere, and the Spurs could always call Leonard’s bluff and keep him or trade him to another team willing to gamble on re-signing Leonard, as the Oklahoma City Thunder did trading for George a year ago.

Independence Day is right around the corner, which means MLB teams will be wearing stars-and-stripes-themed uniforms on July 2, 3, and 4. Some fans view the holiday uniforms as a worthy gesture of patriotism, while others see them as just another way for MLB to sell more merchandise. (It should be noted that proceeds from sales go to MLB Charities to support programs for service men and women, veterans and military families.) Either way, the tradition is now a standard part of MLB’s Fourth of July look.

Perspective tends to get buried in summer ball, which in and of itself is an amazing success story for the NBA. The public interest in seeing a bunch of basketball dreamers is almost as intense as the scorching heat that greets fans who come in droves. The games at Thomas & Mack Arena and Cox Pavilion are usually packed and two networks (ESPN and NBA TV) show every tipoff Marcus Kruger Jersey in prime time, which generates curiosity. For the first time, all 30 teams are repping Vegas and, with the start of the next season three long months away, the appetite Womens Paul Worrilow Jersey for the NBA is temporarily quenched.

The dirty little secret is most of these players — say, 75 percent — won’t be on a roster when LeBron James makes his debut with the Los Angeles Lakers this fall. And of the remaining players, only a handful — say, five or six — will make noise as rookies.

That said, Young isn’t tearing it up in summer ball and the armchair experts are eating that up.

Ayton is seen as strictly a center, so how does he fit in the modern style of the NBA, when center plays is diminished and players are essentially interchangeable, is a question. Ayton replied that he’s no ordinary center.