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Jaren Jackson Jr. is an NBA-ready defender.

One senses the chatter of late about the Mavs being interested in Porter here is stagecraft designed to goose potential offers for the pick from other teams that are indeed interested in the Missouri freshman. Can’t see Dallas walking away from some very talented big man prospects here, so Mo Bamba is definitely in play as well. But of the young bigs left in this scenario, Jackson would be a boon for the Mavs.
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The Nuggets have existing and/or emerging answers on their roster everywhere but the three. Bridges fixes that; when you’re first team all Big 10, second team all-America and a finalist for the Julius Erving Small Forward of the Year award, your chops speak for themselves. Bridges could well toggle between forward spots in the pros—he might struggle initially guarding threes in space—but he’s another tough kid from Flint who got even tougher playing for Tom Izzo. And, he got better—Bridges went from a 69 percent free throw shooter as Authentic Christian Hackenberg Jersey a freshman at Michigan State to an 85 percent shooter as a sophomore. He’ll fit right in with the run and gun Nuggets and give Mike Malone even more flexibility with lineups, which will come in handy if Denver can’t re-sign Will Barton.

In 1988, Mike Tyson fought Michael Spinks for the heavyweight championship of the world.

At that time, Tyson was 34-0, at the peak of his destructive, malevolent powers. He’d just annihilated his previous two opponents, former champ Larry Holmes (fourth-round knockout, and the only time Myles Turner Jersey Holmes was KOed in his celebrated career) and Tony Tubbs (TKO, second round). At that point in his career, Tyson had knocked out or TKOed 30 of his 34 opponents. He was brutal, unsentimental and foreboding when it came to his business. The fear in the eyes of his opponents as they climbed into the ring with him was palpable.

Tyson’s violent past — his time spent robbing and assaulting people in Brooklyn until he fell under the tutelage of the late trainer Cus D’Amato — seemed to be well-suited for his profession.

My mission, Tyson said in his post-fight interview with Larry Merchant after dispatching Tubbs, is to go and destroy, and not to let anything get involved. You get punched, you get hurt. I refuse to be hurt, knocked down or knocked out. I can’t lose. I refuse to lose.