Knicks address missing out on Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving: ‘We continue to be upbeat and confident’ They’ll also send Memphis a 2024 protected first-round pick, which will be unprotected if it’s not conveyed by 2026, the report says.Golden State is trading Andre Iguodala to the Memphis Grizzlies, league source tells ESPN. Warriors are sending a 2024 protected first-round pick in the 2024 (protected 1-4), 2025 (protected 1) and 2026 unprotected.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 1, 2019The Warriors needed to clear cap space after they agreed to acquire D’Angelo Russell from the Nets in a sign-and-trade, according to the report. The guard will sign a four-year, $117 million contract with Golden State. Related News Golden State and Brooklyn have agreed on a sign-and-trade, sending D’Angelo Russell to the Warriors on a four-year, $117M maximum contract, league sources tell ESPN.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 1, 2019Iguodala joined the Warriors in 2013-14 and was an integral member of their rotation during their run of five straight finals appearances. He was named Finals MVP when the team took home its first championship of the era in 2014-15.Iguodala took a step back offensively this season, averaging 5.7 points and 3.7 rebounds while shooting 33.3% from 3-point range. Iguodala, however, was still a solid defender and secondary playmaker. Kevin Durant free agency: Star signing with Nets weeks after potential career-changing injury That was unexpected.The Warriors have traded Andre Iguodala to the Grizzlies, according to a report from ESPN, which cites unidentified league sources. Kevin Durant left the Warriors for the Nets, he announced on his company’s Twitter account. He ruptured his Achilles in Game 5 of the NBA Finals and is expected to miss most of, if not all, of 2019-20.pic.twitter.com/ir4E0dOW9r— The Boardroom (@boardroom) June 30, 2019Klay Thompson also suffered a torn ACL in the Finals and will be out for a good portion of next season. He’s reportedly planning to re-sign with the Warriors.
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: W.X With the global recovery well and truly in place, Six Senses is looking to completely rehaul their branding to consolidate underneath two main brands as well as extend its reach beyond Asia.In terms of new development, a brand new property is currently being built in Morocco and the hospitality group has revealed to e-Travel Blackboard that it is also close to signing a new property in the Turks and Caicos Islands. In addition to this, while no contract has yet been signed, Greece will be the next international destination for the hospitality brand, we can reveal.“We feel very much like the worst is behind us… You’ll see the rebranding process unfold from September/October,” said Florian Preuss, Six Senses Resorts & Spas MD Sales and Marketing.“Simplicity is the key to this relaunch, less names, simpler brands.”e-Travel Blackboard understands there will be two “mother brands” for Six Senses, likely revolving around the current Six Senses and Soneva brands that are already established in the industry. To spread their message the members from head office along with local representatives are this week hosting roadshows around Australia, with Sydney, Melbourne and Perth being the recipients of cocktail events.Soneva Kiri in Thailand which has just opened, Six Senses Laamu in the Maldives coming late this year, and Six Senses Con Dao in Vietnam coming early next year are the three brands of focus for the Roadshow.For more images from the Sydney event click here. The Six Senses team (L-R): Harry, Gill, Florian, Kristen and Ryo