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THE FLATS – Georgia Tech Jose Alvarado leads Puerto Rico to a berth at the Paris Olympics and shares the moment with his daughters … The Suns are reportedly interested in re-signing him Josh OkogieChris Bosh finds new passion … Michael Devoe, Khalid Moore Get summer league opportunities…more in this week’s #ProJackets report.


ALVARADO SHARES VICTORIOUS MOMENT WITH DAUGHTERS

Puerto Rico is one of four new countries that have qualified for the 2024 Olympic Games in France through the FIBA ​​qualifying tournament, along with Brazil, Greece and Spain.

One of the key factors in Puerto Rico’s return to the Olympic Games was Jose Alvaradowho plays for the New Orleans Pelicans. Alvarez scored 23 points in Sunday’s decisive game.

Alvarado then led his children around the field, enjoyed the moment with them and jumped onto the scoreboard to cheer on the home crowd.

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The Suns are reportedly interested in re-signing Okogie

Now there are reports that the Phoenix Suns are interested in re-signing Josh Okogie…

The Phoenix Suns remain interested in bringing back guard/forward Josh Okogie. The 25-year-old spent the last two seasons in Arizona but became a free agent after not exercising a $2.9 million option in his contract. Okogie averaged 4.6 points and 2.6 rebounds in 16.0 minutes last season and started 11 times in 60 appearances. His numbers will likely be in a similar range next season if he returns to Phoenix, which is likely since Okogie hasn’t really been linked to any other teams since entering free agency.–Taavi Pailk – RotoBaller

The Suns are still working on re-signing Josh Okogie. Several teams want him, but PHX is confident they can keep him. Kyle Lowry is still in the mix and the two sides are still negotiating, but he could end up back in Philly. Source: Twitter @GeraldBourguet


SUMMER LEAGUE NEWS: DEVOE TO SUNS, MOORE TO NETS

Michael Devoewho led Georgia Tech to the 2021 ACC Championship, was signed by the Phoenix Suns to play on their summer league team in Las Vegas (July 12-22). Devoe played for the G-League team Memphis Hustle in 2023-24, where he averaged 14.8 points and three assists, and joined a team in Israel after the season.

Khalid MooreFormer Georgia Tech basketball player who transferred to Fordham as a graduate student will join the Brooklyn Nets for the NBA Summer League, which begins July 12 in Las Vegas, after a successful season in Greece. Moore averaged 10.4 points and 6.4 rebounds per game in 27 appearances in Greece. While at Fordham, he averaged 15.7 points and 6.7 rebounds per game. He previously played for Georgia Tech and contributed to their 2021 ACC Tournament title.

James Banks III has signed a contract to play in the Charlotte Hornets summer league.


BOSHS NEW PASSION: BEAT-MAKING

Chris BoshKnown for his success in basketball as a two-time NBA champion and Hall of Famer, Bosh has also made great strides in the music industry. After his NBA career ended prematurely in 2016 due to health reasons, Bosh discovered a new passion: creating beats.

Bosh’s musical journey began in 2017 with a notable placement on Gucci Mane’s track “Miss My Woe” featuring Rico Love. The collaboration came about through his friendship with Rico Love and resulted in a track on Gucci’s album “Mr. Davis.” This experience sparked Bosh’s ongoing interest in music production.

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