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Jerami Grant Trade Rumors: Pistons Seeking 2 1st-Round Draft Picks for Forward | Bleacher Report

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Jerami Grant is a valuable potential acquisition for contenders ahead of Thursday’s NBA trade deadline, and the Detroit Pistons reportedly want plenty in return.

ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported Wednesday on SportsCenter that the forward “has stirred a lot of interest around the league. He kind of fits almost anywhere. Detroit’s asking price has largely stayed at two first-round picks.”

Wojnarowski pointed to the Portland Trail Blazers as having interest in acquiring Grant, although they may not have enough assets.

Interest around the NBA is no surprise considering Grant’s skill set and the fact that he is not a rental. He is under contract through the 2022-23 campaign and could help in a couple of playoff runs.

Grant is averaging 19.1 points, 4.5 rebounds, 2.5 assists, 1.0 blocks and 1.0 steals per game while shooting 40.4 percent from the field and 33.1 percent from deep. While the shooting

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Sports in Brief: Jones wins Adidas Nationals; Spitters awarding grant; Bowling finals change | Local Sports

Jones wins Adidas Nationals

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — Hunter Jones won the indoor 5,000-meter run at the 2021 Adidas Indoor Nationals Friday night at the Virginia Beach Sport Center.

The Benzie Central sophomore finished the race with a time of 14:49.76 to beat Ty Garrett, a sophomore in Highlands Ranch, Co., by less than a second. Garrett raced for a time of 14:50.57.

Both Jones and Garrett broke the sophomore record of 14:54.29, held by Elijah Armstrong of Pocatello, Idaho since March of 2013. Armstrong is now a sophomore at Boise State University.

Jones races in the 2 mile Saturday as well.

Pit Spitters to give $2,000 in equipment

TRAVERSE CITY — The Traverse City Pit Spitters and the Northwoods League Foundation are teaming up to award a grant, worth more than $2,000 of Rawlings youth baseball equipment.

In total, The Northwoods League Foundation will award 22 equipment grants to

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With yet another TD, Dolphins’ Jakeem Grant has become one of NFL’s best returners

Jakeem Grant might be the best returner in football.

He definitely believes he’s the fastest.

Grant insists he didn’t even hit top speed during his 88-yard punt return for a touchdown Sunday — even though he was moving pretty good when he got the sideline and turned on the jets.

“Probably about 80 [percent] to get around the edge and just a little short burst to get to the end zone, just to make sure nobody was behind me,” Grant said. “Until someone’s actually right there, then I’ll run full speed. Until then, no point.”

Grant’s score was both hugely impactful — it helped lift a Dolphins team that got little from its offense Sunday against the Los Angeles Rams — and hugely impressive, considering whom it came against.

Johnny Hekker is an elite punter. Sunday marked the first time since 2015 he gave up a return for a touchdown

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