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Haynes: Damian Lillard little interest in joining Celtics

June 8, 2023

Bleacher Report NBA Insider Chris Haynes joined the show today. Haynes discussed Chris Paul’s future with the Suns and shared some insight on a potential Damian Lillard trade.


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