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  • Stevens says summer league will help Young
    Celtics head coach Brad Stevens said that summer league will help James Young build some momentum for next season.

    Advice: "Summer league will be a big thing for him," Stevens said. "Certainly for Marcus [Smart], too, but I think for James to really gain a lot of momentum heading into next year, I think the 20 days that we’re together from practice to the last game are important." Young battled injuries and never really got a chance to play a lot of minutes during his rookie season, but it's important to note that he is still just 19 years old. It will be interesting to see how much he progresses this summer, but he will have a tough time finding minutes in Boston's rotation next season. Rotoworld.com
    17 minutes ago
  • Drummond speaks highly of Quincy Miller
    Andre Drummond said that Quincy Miller is worth keeping an eye on and that he believes Miller could be a part of the Pistons' young core moving forward.

    Advice: Miller's contract is partially guaranteed for the 2015-16 season, but he will be glad to know that Drummond has his back. He made four brief appearances for the Pistons during the final stages of last season, but he did have some good moments. Miller hasn't lived up to his potential yet, but the Pistons have a glaring need at small forward. Depending on what Detroit does in the draft and free agency, it looks like Miller may have a chance to fight for a place in the rotation this summer. He is not on the fantasy radar yet, but he's worth keeping an eye on. Rotoworld.com
    29 minutes ago
  • Wes Matthews (Achilles) shooting 3-pointers
    Wesley Matthews (Achilles surgery) posted a video of himself shooting 3-pointers at a gym in L.A. on Tuesday.

    Advice: Matthews is three months removed from his Achilles injury, which he has consistently said would only sideline him for five months. The free agent SG has a lot riding on his health this summer, financially and professionally, but it's still unclear whether he'll be ready for training camp. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 8:14 pm
     
    Injured
    L, 114-98 @ Dal
  • Carl Landry has wrist surgery, out 4-5 months
    Carl Landry will miss 4-5 months after having right wrist surgery to repair a torn ligament on Tuesday.

    Advice: Landry missed five games in January due to soreness in his wrist, but the extent of the injury wasn't revealed until he had a postseason MRI. He's struggled to stay healthy since inking a hefty contract with the Kings, who still owe him a guaranteed $13 million over the next two seasons. His status for training camp is uncertain, meaning Jason Thompson (and possibly Derrick Williams) may have less competition during the season's early stages. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 4:15 pm
     
    Injured
    W, 122-99 @ LAL
  • Scott Skiles praises Nikola Vucevic's offense
    Scott Skiles praised Nikola Vucevic's offense during a recent interview, saying he's one of the few centers in the league that can post-up, and also step out and hit jumpers with regularity.

    Advice: Vucevic had a career-year with the Magic during the 2014-15 season, averaging 19.3 points, 10.9 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 0.7 blocks per game on 52.3 percent shooting from the field. His defense is questionable, but Vooch is one of Orlando's best options on offense and his ability to crash the glass should keep him on the floor. He'll be a quality early-round selection in next year's fantasy drafts. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 2:51 pm
  • Skiles says Elfrid Payton not a good defender
    Newly appointed head coach of the Magic Scott Skiles said on Tuesday that Elfrid Payton "isn't a great defender... yet."

    Advice: Skiles isn't wrong, as Payton boasted a defensive differential of 4.0 percent during the 2014-15 season, so it sounds like he'll be working closely with Payton on improving his defensive habits. Shooting is another concern for Elfrid, as he shot just 42.5 percent from the field during his rookie year, but hopefully Skiles lets him develop rather than sending him to the bench after some mistakes next year. Payton can get the job done in the assists and steals categories, but his poor shooting percentages (42.5 percent from the field, 55.1 percent from the stripe) hurt his value in standard formats. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 2:33 pm
  • Klay Thompson (concussion) cleared for Game 1
    Klay Thompson (concussion) has completed the NBA's concussion protocol testing, and he has been cleared to play in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday.

    Advice: Thompson was never really in any danger of missing the Finals, and all reports are that he'll be 100 percent for Game 1 against the Cavs on Thursday. Through the playoffs so far, Thompson has compiled averages of 19.7 points, 3.0 three-pointers, 2.9 assists, 0.9 steals, 0.9 blocks and 2.4 turnovers per game on 45.9 percent shooting from the field. He'll be a tough cover for Cleveland. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 2:08 pm
  • Speights (calf) will be available for Game 1
    Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said that Marreese Speights (calf) is "ready to go" for Game 1 of the Finals.

    Advice: Speights has been sidelined since the Warriors' second-round series against the Grizzlies, but he'll be back in action for the Finals. However, he'll have a very limited role with the Dubs, maxing out at around 12 minutes per game, which isn't enough time to put up any meaningful fantasy value. He'll provide Golden State with some depth, but he's not a fantasy option in most formats. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 12:50 pm
  • Thompson (concussion) goes through practice
    Steve Kerr said that Klay Thompson (concussion) participated in Tuesday's practice, and that he "looked good."

    Advice: Shaun Livingston also echoed Kerr's statement, saying that Klay "looked good," and that "he's ready" to play. This is Thompson's second-consecutive day going through a full practice, and he said that he's "99.9 percent sure" he'll play in Game 1 of the Finals, and that that decision will be made later on Tuesday after he's evaluated by the Dubs' medical staff. We'll continue to provide updates as they become available, but at this point it seems safe to assume that Klay will be in uniform for Game 1 of the Finals on Thursday. Stay tuned. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 12:38 pm
  • MIN willing to trade Rubio in the right deal
    The Timberwolves are reportedly willing to trade Ricky Rubio for the right price.

    Advice: This "Team-X would be willing to trade underperforming Player-Y for the right price" narrative is a common one to float around the rumor mill, and it's worth noting head coach and team president Flip Saunders has come out saying there are no truth to the trade rumors regarding Rubio. Rubio will be making max money over the next four years, so it's going to be difficult for Minnesota to find any takers for guy who has yet to develop a 3-point shot, and is a constant injury risk. This report feels a lot more like a rumor right now, so it would be a bit surprising if it comes to fruition. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 11:46 am
     
    Injured
    L, 138-113 vs OKC
  • Bosh (blood clots) resumes on-court work
    Chris Bosh (blood clots) has resumed on-court work, and he is now training without any restrictions.

    Advice: "I look at it as a blessing that I have the time to work on my body, work on the things I need to work on. I never have the time usually in the offseason," said Bosh. "But this year I have the opportunity to build slowly and correct some things I need to correct and come back next year in the best shape of my life." All signs point towards Bosh making a full recovery from a scary bought with blood clots in his lungs, and he'll be a solid mid-round target in next year's drafts. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 11:27 am
     
    Injured
  • Klay Thompson expects to play in Game 1 Thurs
    Klay Thompson (concussion) said he expects to play in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday.

    Advice: Thompson's status has been up in the air since suffering his concussion in the Western Conference Finals, but he doesn't sound too concerned about his availability heading into Game 1. "I knew it wouldn’t take me more than a few days to get back to normal," said Thompson. "To me, I think this one was mild, not really severe. It was perfect, because I got a week off to get fully healthy." We'll keep an eye on his status heading into Game 1, but it sounds like the Warriors will have their sharpshooter available on Thursday. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 10:58 am
  • Dwyane Wade to join NBA Finals coverage team
    Dwyane Wade will be joining ABC's coverage of the NBA Finals.

    Advice: With rumors swirling around his opt-out decision that is due at the end of the month, Wade will be in ABC's studio to help analyze the NBA Finals matchup between the Warriors and Cavaliers. Wade will join ABC Countdown for pregame and halftime analysis for Games 2, 3, as well as for Games 6 and 7, if necessary. While Wade will be in a very public spot over the next two weeks, it would be a surprise to hear any on-air comments about his contract status. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 10:07 am
  • Gallinari to play for Italian National Team
    Danilo Gallinari confirmed that he will play for the Italian National Team this summer.

    Advice: This is good news as Gallinari is using a full summer of being healthy to keep in shape and work on his game against international competition. The 26-year-old is coming off a solid finish to the 2014-15 season during which he averaged 18.6 points, 4.8 rebounds, 1.9 assists, 1.3 steals, 0.5 blocks, and 2.8 three-pointers after the All-Star Break and should be a sneaky late-round pick in 2015-16 fantasy drafts. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 9:09 am
  • Carmelo Anthony looking to buy soccer team
    Carmelo Anthony is reportedly interested in buying a soccer team.

    Advice: FC Melo? Anthony is currently in Cuba with the Cosmos of the NASL as they play the Cuban National Team and looks to have caught futbol fever. Melo is reportedly in talks with the North American Soccer League and is looking for an ownership role in a Puerto Rican club. Soccer aside, the 31-year-old had previously said he's ahead of schedule in his recovery from knee surgery and it looks like fantasy owners won't have to worry about any of his rehab overlapping with training camp. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 7:39 am
     
    Injured
    L, 112-90 vs Det
  • Andrew Bogut takes shot at Mark Jackson
    Andrew Bogut took a shot at former head coach Mark Jackson when asked about current head coach Steve Kerr.

    Advice: Bogut and his former head coach have had a bit of a back-and-forth through the media and Bogut continued it with a swipe at Jackson. Whenever you get a head coach who’s not full of himself it makes a big difference," Bogut said when asked about his current head coach Steve Kerr. Jackson had previously called Bogut an overrated "rim protector", but the Warriors will need exactly that out of Bogut in the NBA Finals as the big man will look to continue his average of 9.2 boards and 1.8 blocks over his last five games, Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 7:33 am
  • LeBron James feeling better than ever
    LeBron James said his mind, body, and game are feeling the best they ever have.

    Advice: While James has accomplished all their is to accomplish in an NBA career, he said he's peaking in all three facets of mind, body, and game. "I think if you put it all together, yeah," James said. "If you put everything together as far as my mind, my body, my game. If you put everything in one bottle, this is probably the best I've been." With James coming off an Eastern Conference Final in which he came close to averaging a triple-double, this is a scary thought for the Golden State Warriors. Rotoworld.com
    Yesterday, 7:25 am
  • Klay Thompson does 'everything' at practice
    Klay Thompson did everything at practice on Monday and said he fully expects to play on Thursday.

    Advice: He went through five-on-five, shooting drills and participated in defensive drills. Thompson also said he's a nine out of 10 for his health. He'll be evaluated on Tuesday morning and said he'd be "very shocked" if he didn't get cleared. We'll have an update tomorrow morning. Rotoworld.com
    Monday, 3:06 pm
  • Klay Thompson does on-court work on Monday
    Klay Thompson (concussion) was shooting around after practice on Monday, but he still hasn't been cleared to play.

    Advice: He had a lengthy workout and is easily on track to play against the Cavs on Thursday. Thompson hasn't been having headaches and he doesn't appear to have any light sensitivity issues. Expect him to be a full go without a restriction on Thursday. Rotoworld.com
    Monday, 1:01 pm
  • LeBron playing through sprained right wrist
    LeBron James is playing through a sprained right wrist.

    Advice: James has been playing with the sprain all season long, so although he had it wrapped at Monday's practice, it's not going to be any kind of concern going forward. King James will take his court for as many games as it takes against the Warriors in the Finals. Rotoworld.com
    Monday, 10:19 am
  • Klay Thompson (concussion) not yet cleared
    Klay Thompson (concussion) has not yet been cleared for Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

    Advice: Thompson still has until Thursday in order to gain clearance, but it's not quite the slam dunk everyone wants to make it out to be. Thompson has to pass the NBA-mandated concussion protocol in order to return to the court, and there will be no shortcuts in that process. Rotoworld.com
    Monday, 10:07 am
  • LeBron: Kyrie is part of reason for my return
    LeBron James revealed that "part of the reason" he decided to return to Cleveland in free agency was because of Kyrie Irving.

    Advice: We have a feeling that James would have been back even if Irving wasn't on the roster, but LeBron knows how to manipulate the media to send his message along with the best of them. LeBron said that Irving is a "special" player who demonstrated growth, and Irving gushed about LeBron's ability to lead a basketball team both on and off the floor. The two now prepare for their greatest challenge of the season with the NBA Finals on the horizon. Rotoworld.com
    Monday, 6:51 am
  • Marreese Speights (calf) 'not too far off'
    Marreese Speights (calf) is "not too far off" from being able to practice.

    Advice: Speights has been out since the Western Conference semis, and while his role is up in the air at this stage, Steve Kerr won't complain about having more options as his team prepares for the NBA Finals. Rotoworld.com
    Monday, 6:32 am
  • Dwyane Wade took less money for Haslem
    Dwyane Wade took less money to keep Udonis Haslem with the Heat.

    Advice: When LeBron James was in Miami, he was not interested in taking a pay decrease to keep Haslem on the roster, so Wade is the one who sacrificed. It's just one example of the Heat's franchise icon doing something to help his team, and now it's time for them to repay all of the favors Wade's done over the last several seasons. Rotoworld.com
    Monday, 6:03 am
  • Klay Thompson (head) expects to play Game 1
    Klay Thompson (concussion) isn't having headaches and he expects to play in Thursday's Game 1 vs. the Cavaliers.

    Advice: Thompson took in an Athletics game on Sunday, suggesting that he feels fine, and both coach Steve Kerr and assistant Ron Adams are also expecting Klay to play. With four days remaining before the Finals it's all but certain that the Splash Brothers will be firing from both barrels. Rotoworld.com
    Sunday, 8:21 pm
  • Klay Thompson spending Sunday at A's game
    Klay Thompson (concussion) spent his Sunday afternoon at the Yankees vs. Athletics baseball game.

    Advice: This is a good sign because some players have light sensitivity issues after a concussion. There has been no evidence to suggest Thompson is at risk of missing Game 1 of The Finals on Thursday. Stephen Curry was at a Giants game last week, so the Splash Brothers are showing both Bay Area MLB teams some love. Rotoworld.com
    Sunday, 2:09 pm
  • Adams believes Klay will be ready for Game 1
    Warriors assistant coach Ron Adams said on Sunday that he believes Klay Thompson (concussion) will play in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday.

    Advice: Adams described Klay as "bright-eyed and bushy-tailed," during an interview on Sunday, and this is the second positive report we've had on Thompson insinuating that he'll be good to go when the Finals kickoff on Thursday. He'll need to clear the league's concussion protocol before he can step on the basketball court, and we've yet to see any reports stating that that has happened, but Klay still has five days to rest up and get himself ready. We'll continue to follow this story closely, but it sounds like Klay will play on Thursday. Rotoworld.com
    Sunday, 12:51 pm
  • Kerr: Klay Thompson expected to be ready
    Coach Steve Kerr said "all is going well" with Klay Thompson (concussion) and expects him to be ready for Game 1 of the NBA Finals.

    Advice: There's no word of if he went through the protocol yet. Once he's symptom free, he'll do some work on a stationary bike before doing more rigorous exercise. For now, it sounds like Klay should be ready to play with time to spare. Rotoworld.com
    Saturday, 12:35 pm
  • Marcus Smart offers advice to James Young
    Marcus Smart offered fellow rookie James Young some advice saying that he needs to work harder than he ever has before.

    Advice: "My advice would be to tell [Young], ‘You’ve got to work harder than you’ve ever worked. This isn’t college anymore. Guys are better than you or just as good as you and they’re always gonna bring someone to replace you if you’re not gonna do what you’re supposed to do, so you’ve got to keep that in mind, that I could be gone at any given time because every year there’s another batch of players coming in.’" Young only made 31 appearances this season and averaged just 3.4 points in 10.7 minutes per game, and it's clear that he is still very raw. Young is still just 19 years old, so he has plenty of time to develop into a solid player. We will track his progress closely at summer league. Rotoworld.com
    Saturday, 7:49 am
  • Andrew Bogut takes a shot at Dwight Howard
    Andrew Bogut took a parting shot at Dwight Howard on Friday, saying that the Memphis series was more physical.

    Advice: "There was some physicality there (with Houston), like any playoff series, but the Memphis series was more physical," Bogut said. "This was more about ducking and weaving and getting out of the way of aired fists and elbows." Howard had some controversial moments against the Warriors, and he has already been suspended for the first game of the 2015-16 season. Bogut has been playing well in the postseason so far and he is probably relieved that Marc Gasol and Howard are in the rear-view mirror, but he will still have a tough matchup in the next round with Timofey Mozgov holding down the paint for Cleveland. Rotoworld.com
    Saturday, 6:46 am
  • MIA's issue w/ Wade is financial flexibility
    The Heat are reportedly hesitant to offer Dwyane Wade a big money contract because it would give the team limited financial flexibility.

    Advice: With Hassan Whiteside headed for a big payday in 2016, the Heat will be committing big money to Wade, Whiteside, Chris Bosh, and Goran Dragic, and the question is whether or not that team would be able to legitimately compete for a championship surrounded by low-money role players. However, if Miami is unable to come to terms with Wade and he ends up leaving the Heat, it will significantly hurt Miami's chances of retaining Dragic who is going to be pursued by the Lakers and Knicks this offseason to name a few. While Wade is no longer in his prime, he remains an important piece to Miami’s puzzle, and it’ll be interesting to see how this all plays out this offseason. Rotoworld.com
    Friday, 7:48 am
  • Dwyane Wade looking for three-year deal?
    Dwyane Wade is looking to be in the neighborhood of a three-year, $50 million deal this summer, according to ESPN's Michael Wallace.

    Advice: This isn't from Wade and is just a rumor, but it makes sense. Wade is getting dangerously close to the tail end of his career and even the biggest Wade fan will say he's past his prime. The Heat are still the favorites for Wade, but expect a number of teams to try and pick him up. Rotoworld.com
    Thursday, 6:32 pm
  • Report: Wade at impasse w/ MIA on contract
    Dwyane Wade and the Heat are reportedly at an early impasse on his contract negotiations.

    Advice: Wade reportedly wants to opt out of his contract this summer, with the hope of landing a lucrative three-year deal with Miami. However, the Heat would prefer he opts in to his $16 million deal and then signs a good, but not huge amount of money in 2016. There's reportedly a "sizable gap" on what Wade hopes to earn and what the Heat are prepared to offer, and Wade is reportedly now open to considering other teams this summer if Miami doesn't present him with a number to his liking. This will be a very interesting story to watch develop over the course of the offseason. Rotoworld.com
    Thursday, 2:36 pm
  • Laimbeer takes LeBron James over Jordan
    Bill Laimbeer told the Dan Patrick show that he would take LeBron James over Michael Jordan.

    Advice: Before doubling-down on his opinion by saying that Jordan could not have led James' current Cavs team to the NBA Finals, Laimbeer said he views LeBron James as a superior player to Michael Jordan. "There’s no question I would take LeBron James," Laimbeer said. "He can do more. Michael Jordan could score and make big shots and look spectacular at times with wild flying dunks, but LeBron can get you 18 rebounds, get you 15 assists or score 50 if he wants to." With some down time before the Finals start, we're guessing this isn't the last Jordan-James comparison we'll hear. Rotoworld.com
    Thursday, 9:32 am
  • Bill Cartwright compares LeBron to Jordan
    Former Bulls center Bill Cartwright said LeBron James can finally be compared to Michael Jordan.

    Advice: While Cartwright said LeBron's best comparison might be Magic Johnson, he added that James compares favorably with his former teammate. "Michael was as hard as anyone to guard," Cartwright said. "This guy [LeBron] is really unguardable. Who do you match him with? He's too darn big and too darn strong. Put a big guy on him and he goes around them. Put a small guy on him and he beats him up. He's a nightmare of a match-up. "He's absolutely on best player on planet right now. I don't think you'd get much argument on that." Rotoworld.com
    Thursday, 6:41 am
  • Dwyane Wade drops 12 pounds in a month
    Dwyane Wade dropped 12 pounds in one month.

    Advice: He was up to 228 pounds and dropped it to 216, which is below his listed playing weight of 220. Wade has never had any fitness issues, but it's rarely a bad thing for a 33-year-old guard to show he can still drop weight. He'll be risky in drafts again next season and he's not someone we'll be aggressively targeting. Rotoworld.com
    Wednesday, 7:56 pm
  • Marreese Speights (calf) still out, progressing
    Marreese Speights (calf) will not play against the Rockets on Wednesday.

    Advice: He is doing some on-court work and is progressing. Speights has essentially been ruled out for the Western Conference Finals, but he could be ready to face the Cavs. Rotoworld.com
    Wednesday, 4:22 pm
  • LeBron James leads Cavaliers to NBA Finals
    LeBron James led the Cavaliers to the NBA Finals with a 118-88 win in Cleveland on Tuesday, scoring 23 points with nine rebounds, seven assists, two steals, one block and only one turnover in 29 minutes.

    Advice: LBJ needed IVs after Game 3 to help with dehydration and cramping, but he wasn't worse for the wear in a thoroughly dominant performance tonight. The Hawks threw a variety of defenders at LeBron but never found a way to slow him down in the series -- amazingly, James fell only three assists shy of averaging 30-10-10 in the Conference Finals. He and teammate James Jones are now the first players since the 1960s to appear in five consecutive NBA Finals, and LeBron will have eight full days to rest before squaring off vs. the Warriors or Rockets. Rotoworld.com
    Tuesday, 8:06 pm
  • LeBron James says he's ready to go for Game 4
    LeBron James said he'll be ready to go for Game 4 on Tuesday.

    Advice: After dealing with some cramping during Sunday's Game 3 win over the Hawks, James said he'll be active on Tuesday night. James is averaging 32.7 points, 11.7 rebounds, 10.0 assists, 1.3 steals, and 1.0 three-pointers in the series thus far and will need another big game to close out the series if Kyrie Irving (knee) is unable to play. A nightly triple-double threat, James is a must-start in all fantasy lineups at this point. Rotoworld.com
    Tuesday, 9:01 am
  • Marreese Speights doing some running
    Marreese Speights (right calf) advanced to running the stairs on Monday.

    Advice: He's still out for Game 4, but could get back to court work in the next day or two. Speights could be ready for the NBA Finals, but obviously the Warriors may not need him. Festus Ezeli has really stepped up for the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals. Rotoworld.com
    Monday, 12:13 pm
  • LeBron dealing with cramping, other injuries
    LeBron James admitted to dealing with cramping among other injuries in Sunday's dramatic Game 3 win over the Hawks.

    Advice: "I gave it everything I had tonight," he said. James was in obvious pain, especially with his ankle, and he fell to the floor in exhaustion after the contest had concluded. James described fighting through "the most pain of his career," but said after the game that nothing would prevent him from playing in Tuesday's Game 4. "If I'm putting on the uniform and going on the floor, I got to make things happen for our team. It's that simple." Rotoworld.com
    May 25, 6:28 am
  • LeBron gets 37-18-13 as Cavs win Game 3 in OT
    LeBron James fought through injury and exhaustion to finish Sunday's overtime Game 3 victory with 37 points, 18 rebounds, 13 assists and three steals, moving Cleveland to the brink of a Conference Finals sweep.

    Advice: LBJ began 0-of-10 from the field, his worst ever start in a playoff game, but he overcame the rough start as well as a knee injury suffered early in overtime. In the process he passed Karl Malone to become the sixth-leading scorer in NBA playoff history with 4,779 points, he passed Jason Kidd for second place on the postseason triple-double list, and he became the only player in NBA postseason history to record at least 37-18-13 in a game. LeBron is leading his team with 27.2 points per game in the postseason, in addition to the 21.3 points he's creating off assists, and will need to carry a similar load if Kyrie Irving (knee) isn't able to return in Game 4. We'll pass along updates on his knee injury but there's no reason to think he won't start Tuesday's potential elimination game. Rotoworld.com
    May 24, 9:00 pm
  • Marreese Speights (calf) ruled out for Game 4
    Marreese Speights (calf) is making progress, but he will not play in Game 4 against the Rockets on Monday.

    Advice: David Lee was initially the one getting the minutes with Speights sidelined, but he's nearly fallen out of the rotation entirely during the Houston series. Festus Ezeli has earned himself a nice role off the bench in the Conference Finals, but with averages of just 6.0 points, 5.3 rebounds and 1.0 block over 13.6 minutes of action, he's not much of an asset in fantasy basketball. Speights is unlikely to be a factor the rest of the way. Rotoworld.com
    May 24, 11:21 am
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