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Trainer to NBA stars such as Curry, Rose, Rob McClanaghan arrested on rape charge 76ers fans heartily boo Ben Simmons, who shrugs it off and plays well PBT Podcast: Knicks start .500, where do they go from here? Report: Knicks want a first-round pick in any Quickley trade Ja Morant upgraded to questionable, could return Tuesday vs. Kings

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Rob McClanagan is a renowned independent NBA coach who has worked with Kevin Duran as well as Stephen Curry among many others, was arrested on suspicion of rape in downtown Boston.

The arrest took place in Rhode Island, where McClanagan lives. according to the Boston Police Department. He was transferred to Boston to face charges of “rape and drug use for sexual intercourse.” McClanagan was brought in for arrest on a Boston Municipal Court arrest warrant on November 17.

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From the Boston Police:

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On Friday, November 18, 2022, officers from the Boston Sexual Assault Unit, the Boston Police Fugitive Unit, and the Warwick, Rhode Island Police Department located and arrested 43-year-old Robert McClanagan of Warwick, Rhode Island. ) in East Greenwich, Rhode Island. At the time of his arrest, the suspect was wanted under an arrest warrant issued by Boston Municipal Court on November 17, 2022 on charges of rape and drug use for sexual intercourse. The suspect was brought in by the BPD Fugitive Unit in coordination with Warwick Rhode Island Police Department officers to be registered with their unit. McClanagan will appear in court on Monday in the Third District Court for Kent County, Rhode Island, where he will be charged with fugitives.

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McClanagan’s attorney declined to comment on ESPN.

McClanagan, 43 says on his website he was a “skills development coach for the NBA’s top players, including the MVP Derrick RoseKevin Durant, Steph Curry and Russell Westbrook“. Curry wrote the foreword for a book for sale on McClanagan’s website. A number of other high-profile NBA players have links to McClanagan, including John WallCarmelo Anthony and Kevin Love. McClanagan also gives speeches to corporate clients. He was an occasional player with Syracuse from 1999 to 2001.

Philadelphia fans came to boo Ben Simmonsand they get their money’s worth. From the intro.

Simmons has shrugged it off so far, scoring 9 points on 3-of-6 shooting plus five assists in the first half. His first points came at the free throw line – a source of frustration when he wore a Sixers jersey – but he calmly hit both goals.

From there, he made several quality plans at both ends.

And silenced the crowd.

Before the game (after a warm-up about 45 minutes before the start of the match), he even took selfies and signed autographs for the fans. Of course there were no boo birds, but for Simmons it wasn’t too bad.

76ers – game without Joel Embiid, James Harden as well as Tyrese Maxi — have an amazing 63-57 halftime lead.

The New York Knicks have a .500 rating and are ranked eighth in the East at the time of this podcast (and this post went live), which is what they expected from the team in the preseason.

However, things feel worse than that.

Maybe it’s a rank 25 defense. Maybe it’s a clumsy landing Julius Randle as well as R. J. Barrett. Perhaps this is the system of coach Tom Thibodeau. Whatever it is, everything seems wrong.

Tommy Beer – author of What’s on Tap newsletter on the Knicks – joins me to sort out everything related to Nyx. There is good, for example, the game Jalen Brunson and the fact that some of the young potential stars of the team – Quentin Grimes as well as Immanuel Quickly – recover.

Then there are so many questions, like if Randle is right, Obi Toppin ready for the big stage, and are the Knicks going to make a bold move at the trade deadline?

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The Knicks need draft picks – they were scooping up future picks in the NBA draft – not going to use them for picking, but rather to pack them in exchange for a star. (If you’re asking “then why not put more picks in exchange for Donovan Mitchell trade, well, you’re not the only one asking this question.)

Knicks ready to trade backup guard Immanuel Quickly but they want to return the pick of the first round in exchange, reported by Fred Katz in The Athletic.

According to league sources, the Knicks are targeting a future first-round pick in exchange for Quickley, who is eligible for an extension this summer.

Whether the Knicks can get Quickley in the first round is a matter of debate. He has struggled to score this season, shooting 36.5% overall (49 percent correct) and scoring just 8.9 points per night. However, he is a reliable perimeter defender and only 23 years old, he will qualify for an extension next offseason and whoever changes him must also have the intention of paying him.

The Knicks need assets to go after the next superstar to go on sale. Whoever it was. And next time they need to go all-in on the go.


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