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Deandre Ayton on Luka Doncic: ‘He better not stop what he’s doing’ | The Jump

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Phoenix Suns rookie Deandre Ayton, the No. 1 overall pick in the 2019 NBA draft, joins Rachel Nichols, Brian Windhorst and Scottie Pippen of The Jump to discuss fellow rookie Luka Doncic of the Dallas Mavericks, his positive attitude despite the team’s struggles, his comments that Devin Booker and he were the next Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O’Neal, the possibility of Lonzo Ball joining PHX from the Lakers, and the trade for Tyler Johnson that sent Ryan Anderson to the Miami Heat.

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Kobe Bryant ‘got snuck’ when Chris Childs punched him in 2000 – Andre Ward | The Jump

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Boxer Andre Ward joins The Jump to give pointers to Toronto Raptors big man and notorious fighter Serge Ibaka, talks about the most memorable NBA fight ever (Darryl Dawkins vs. Maurice Lucas in the 1977 NBA Finals), critiques Kobe Bryant for his scrap with Chris Childs, talks about Stephen Curry being in his entourage, and explains how he feels when fans make a fist while getting photos with him.

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Magic Johnson celebrates 60th birthday by posting a bunch of top-60 lists on Twitter | The Jump

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Cassidy Hubbarth, Tim Bontemps and Dave McMenamin play “Make or Miss,” talking about Dallas Mavericks big man Kristaps Porzingis looking huge in the gym; great assists from the 2018-19 NBA season including ones from Stephen Curry, Nikola Jokic and the Kyle Kuzma-to-LeBron James; Kemba Walker’s ankle-breakers; Kyrie Irving Nerf-hooping with Mike Miller; and Magic Johnson releasing a bunch of top-60 lists in honor of his 60th birthday. They then (3:43) discuss how Magic’s decision to leave the Los Angeles Lakers feels now.

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The Nets have a new owner — and the team’s price tag is the biggest in NBA history | The Jump

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Cassidy Hubbarth, Tim Bontemps and Dave McMenamin react to Bontemps’ report that Joseph Tsai is buying the remainder of the Brooklyn Nets, bringing the total he paid for the team to $2.35 billion. They discuss the future of the team with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, and what it means for the New York Knicks.

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