When asked about it, Porzingis said he hasn’t thought much about the team’s future. He said he is confident that team president Steve Mills and general manager Scott Perry will make the right decisions to improve the club.
I haven’t been really thinking about that as much. It’s something that, it’s their job, and it’s in their hands, and we’ll see what happens this summer, said Porzingis, who is eligible for a five-year, $157 million extension this summer. I haven’t really thought about it, and it’s also not my job. So I’m confident that they will make the right moves.
His best save came 4:20 into the third period when he robbed Travis Sanheim with a tremendous glove save on a wrist shot from the point.
Just tried to react, Fleury said.
The Vegas goalie was happy to join the caliber of players who have reached 400 wins, but downplayed the accomplishment — at least for now.
Maybe I’ll be more proud when I’m done, he said. But I’m still playing and look forward to the next game.
The Cavs have lost four of six after getting swept at Staples Center by the Clippers and Lakers.
Cavaliers: Kyle Korver scored 12 points while playing with a bruised right foot. … Cleveland dressed only 11 players with several long-term injuries. UCLA product Kevin Love remains sidelined with a broken hand.
Lakers: Ingram was re-evaluated Sunday. He is progressing well, but the Lakers expect him to miss at least two more games. … Fans near courtside included Chargers coach Anthony Lynn, Chargers Pro Bowl receiver Keenan Allen, Rams All-Pro running back Todd Gurley, comedians Jerrod Carmichael and Marlon Wayans and former Lakers forward Lamar Odom.
OH HELLO: With the Lakers up 16 points in the fourth quarter, Magic spent a timeout greeting James’ agent, Rich Paul, and his longtime manager, Maverick Carter, at their courtside seats.