Former Spurs center Tiago Splitter has officially announced his retirement from the NBA.
After battling a chronic hip injury the last two years, the 33-year-old from Brazil said in a post on his Twitter account that the time to say goodbye has come after a seven-year NBA career.
The Los Angeles Kings’ fourth-round pick will go to the Colorado Avalanche if Jarome Iginla signs to play for Los Angeles during the 2017-18 season, as a result of the trade that sent Iginla to Los Angeles in exchange for this pick. If he does not sign with Los Angeles, no pick will be exchanged.
The Edmonton Oilers’ fourth-round pick will go to the Montreal Canadiens if Al Montoya plays in seven or more games for the Oilers during the 2017-18 season, as a result of the trade that sent Montoya to Edmonton in exchange for this pick. If he plays in six or fewer games, Edmonton’s fifth-round pick will go to Montreal.
As to that culture, Ballard has already been hard at work reshaping it. There are no aging veterans who are set in their ways and unwilling to work hard. Those who take that approach will find themselves on the chopping block in short order. Ballard has shown he is not afraid to send a player packing if they are not going to put in the kind of work needed to win, or if they make themselves a distraction.
McDaniels has had time to mature and grow from his experience with the Broncos. He’s got a proven track record of success with the Patriots. And now he’ll stay in New England with Belichick, Gronkowski, and Brady, and continue to build on those accomplishments.
Pink is one of the most successful singers today. In October, she released her seventh album, Beautiful Trauma, which was her first in five years. What About Us, the first single of the album, received a Grammy nomination this year. Pink is best known for her hits, like Get the Party Started and So What. She also had 15 singles that placed in the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. After the Super Bowl, Pink will begin her 2018 Beautiful Trauma World tour in Phoenix on March 1.