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UPDATE (9:34 PM)-
**Jeff Capel extends an offer to sophomore point guard Jaden Bradley from Concord, North Carolina. Bradley (6’2”, 160) also holds offers from Auburn, Florida, Florida State, Tennessee and Wake Forest.
UPDATE (4:38 PM)-
— Kenny Pickett (@kennypickett10) July 3, 2019
UPDATE (4:22 PM)-
ESPN story on free agent guard TJ McConnell agreeing to deal with the Pacers. https://t.co/xmCLozFsk7
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 3, 2019
UPDATE (11:05 AM)-
Former Pitt wing Jamel Artis has signed with the Levallois Metropolitans of LNB Pro A, the top professional league in France.
Artis spent last season in the G-League and averaged 16.6 points, 5.3 rebounds and 2.7 assists per game with the Agua Caliente (Ontario, Ca.) Clippers. In 2017-18, he split time between the G-League and the NBA, playing in 15 games with the Orlando Magic.
Les @Metropolitans92 viennent d'annoncer l'arrivée de Jamel Artis, poste 3/2 américain ! Il arrive de G-League et a disputé quelques matchs de NBA en 2017-2018 avec les @OrlandoMagic !
👉 Stats avec les Agua Caliente Clippers (18-19) : 16,6 pts, 4,6 rebs et 3,7 pads pic.twitter.com/pwRCdlAGiG
— French Basket & Co (@frenchbasketco) July 3, 2019
UPDATE (9:27 AM)-
My new home🔥 pic.twitter.com/EVfbvsYogx
— Bryce Nelms (@BryceNelms58) July 3, 2019
UPDATE (9:09 AM)-
Mali becomes first African team to reach quarterfinals with 77-62 win over New Zealand at FIBA U19 World Cup.
Coulibaly finishes with 11 points, 13 rebounds, three assists and three steals. pic.twitter.com/xyrB6ObCOt
— Pitt Basketball (@Pitt_MBB) July 3, 2019
UPDATE (8:50 AM)-
**Congrats to North Allegheny junior guard Lizzy Groetsch for receiving an offer from Delaware.
— WPABruinsAAU (@WPABruinsAAU) July 3, 2019
UPDATE (8:42 AM)-
Free agent guard Brad Wanamaker is returning to the Boston Celtics on a one-year deal, agent Steve McCaskill tells ESPN. Wanamaker played six seasons in Europe before joining the Celtics last season as the oldest rookie (29) in the NBA.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) July 2, 2019
UPDATE (8:37 AM)-
— ACCSports.com (@ACCSports) July 3, 2019