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Donovan Mitchell Would Like Cavs To Keep Jarrett AllenDonovan Mitchell Would Like Cavs To Keep Jarrett Allen

Jarrett Allen has been mentioned in trade rumors this summer. However, the Cleveland Cavaliers are reluctant to trade Allen.

One reason Cleveland isn’t jumping on trading their starting center is that star guard Donovan Mitchell is a fan of Allen. Mitchell has been described as not wanting to lose Allen as a teammate.

Cleveland is expected to offer a Mitchell a four-year, max extension as soon as they are able to this offseason. Part of those extension discussions may then turn to roster construction, potentially including Allen’s long-term fit.

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Charles Barkley Announces He’s Retiring From TV Following 24-25 NBA SeasonCharles Barkley Announces He’s Retiring From TV Following 24-25 NBA Season

Charles Barkley has announced he plans to retire from broadcasting following the 24-25 season.

“I’ve talked to all the networks, but I ain’t going nowhere other than TNT,” said Barkley on NBATV following Game 4 of the Finals. “But I have made the decision myself, no matter what happens, next year is going to be my last year on television.

“I just want to say thank you to my NBA family. You guys have been great to me. My heart is full with joy and gratitude. But I’m going to pass the baton at the end of next year. I hope the NBA stays with TNT. But for me personally, I wanted you guys to hear it from me. Because I’m not doing any more interviews. Don’t y’all be calling me. Nobody calling me. I’m not talking about this again.”

While TNT has not officially been ruled out as a broadcast partner of the NBA beyond next season, they are expected to lose their rights to NBC.

Barkley joined TNT in 2000 and his partnership on Inside The NBA with Ernie Johnson, Kenny Smith and Shaquille O’Neal has become one of the most legendary institutions in sports television.

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Charles Barkley Announces He’s Retiring From TV After 24-25 NBA SeasonCharles Barkley Announces He’s Retiring From TV After 24-25 NBA Season

Charles Barkley has announced he plans to retire from broadcasting following the 24-25 season.

“I’ve talked to all the networks, but I ain’t going nowhere other than TNT,” said Barkley on NBATV following Game 4 of the Finals. “But I have made the decision myself, no matter what happens, next year is going to be my last year on television.

“I just want to say thank you to my NBA family. You guys have been great to me. My heart is full with joy and gratitude. But I’m going to pass the baton at the end of next year. I hope the NBA stays with TNT. But for me personally, I wanted you guys to hear it from me. Because I’m not doing any more interviews. Don’t y’all be calling me. Nobody calling me. I’m not talking about this again.”

While TNT has not officially been ruled out as a broadcast partner of the NBA beyond next season, they are expected to lose their rights to NBC.

Barkley joined TNT in 2000 and his partnership on Inside The NBA with Ernie Johnson, Kenny Smith and Shaquille O’Neal has become one of the most legendary institutions in sports television.

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