July 4, 2018
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Buddy Hield is no stranger to transactions at the NBA trade deadline but while he was not involved in any deals this year, his Sacramento Kings were busy shuffling the roster.
BUDDY Hield is having a breakout season as one of the NBA’s most improved players and the local media in Sacramento is galvanising support for his bid to the 2019 Three-Point Contest on All-Star Weekend.
AFTER receiving major endorsements from well- known sports heroes like Chris ‘Fireman’ Brown, Jonquel Jones and Shaunae Miller-Uibo, the Ministry of the Environment has added yet another high-profile sports superstar to its popular Be A Hero campaign, basketball phenom and Grand Bahama native Chavanno “Buddy” Hield.
COMING off what he called “one of the best summers” of his life, Buddy Hield is poised to make improvements to his game and for the Sacramento Kings in the 2018-19 season.
THE Sacramento Kings front office continues to make transactions that indicate uncertainty about Buddy Hield’s role with the organisation moving forward.The Kings signed restricted free agent guard Zach LaVine to a four-year $78 million offer sheet,
SINCE he was very young, Buddy Hield knew that to improve his game he would have to face a superior level. For this reason, he took the decision of leaving the Bahamas, but he has never forgotten his roots.The Sacramento Kings’ shooting guard is back