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  • 12 March 2019
    导出博客文章If Robbie Farah is headed to Redfern, South Sydney NRL hooker Cameron McInnes
    wants to know now.The never-ending Farah saga has taken a significant twist in
    recent weeks, with the NSW State of Origin No.9 strongly rumoured to be joining
    the Rabbitohs.But McInnes, recently dropped following the Rabbitohs nine-game
    losing streak, said hed received no confirmation from the club as he looked to
    get his future in order.If something was happening - which I dont know if it is
    or not - I would want to know right now, McInnes said on Friday.I could ask the
    question and I havent yet. I respect that they will come to me and say whats
    happening.As an organisation, I believe its up to them to come to me and say
    whats happening.Farahs brother Eddie works at the club as a physiotherapist,
    while Souths assistant coach Matt King last week said he expected the
    out-of-favour Wests Tigers hooker to join the club.McInnes is contracted until
    the end of next season and both coach Michael Maguire and football manager Shane
    Richardson have approached the 22-year-old in recent weeks to check on his
    welfare following the widely reported rumours.And McInnes insists the club have
    told him he is wanted there next season, despite reports he is free to look
    elsewhere.It hasnt been said to me or my manager yet (that hes free to shop
    around another club). He (Maguire) would obviously let me know, he said.All said
    to me is we want you at the club and thats all he needs to say to me.As long as
    Im wanted here, thats all that matters.McInnes also said reports linking him to
    St George Illawarra were also just rumours, a club he had all but signed with
    last season until Issac Luke announced he was leaving the Rabbitohs for the
    Warriors.Compounding the Dragons speculation even more is the fact frontline
    hooker Mitch Rein remains off contract at the club.I can understand why rumours
    happen but nothing has been said to me or anything like that, McInnes said.Well
    obviously know by the end of the year so Im sure things will start to happen
    then.Damien Cook, who replaced McInnes in the Rabbitohs No.9 jersey two weeks
    ago, welcomed the challenge of having Farah arrive at the club next year.There
    are little battles within our squad for positions and thats only going to help
    me improve my game and be at my best, Cook said.
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    with our game plan and good things will come," Draisaitl said, who had two goals
    for the victors. Mike Conley and All-Stars Andre Drummond and DeMar DeRozan are
    staying put. So are Hassan Whiteside and Nicolas Batum.Dwight Howard, Joakim
    Noah and many more players are on the move -- and some are getting paid like
    they never could have imagined.Howard and Noah both returned to their hometowns
    Friday, with the Atlanta Hawks and New York Knicks hoping the former Defensive
    Players of the Year have plenty left to offer.Howard agreed to a three-year deal
    worth $70.5 million with the Hawks, with the Knicks gave Noah $72 million over
    four years.Kent Bazemore also re-signed with the Hawks for $70 million over four
    years, joining players such as Chandler Parsons, Evan Turner and Timofey Mozgov
    in cashing in during the first day of free agency -- and really, of a new era --
    in the NBA.With revenues rising and the salary cap soaring right along with it,
    good players were being paid like All-Stars, while All-Stars were getting
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    Twitter.Conley is in a class of his own -- for now- after agreeing to a $153
    million, five-year deal to remain in Memphis, the biggest deal handed out
    yet.And the players at the top of the class havent even started agreeing to
    deals yet. Kevin Durant and Al Horford probably cant wait to see what they get
    after watching what lesser players on the market have already received.For
    example:Parsons -- four years, $94 million from Memphis.Turner -- four years,
    $70 million from Portland.Mozgov -- four years, $64 million from the
    Lakers.Their timing was even better than their play, as they became free agents
    at the ideal moment. With the NBAs national TV contracts worth more than $2.6
    billion annually beginning with next season, the salary cap thats tied to
    revenues will soar well beyond its previous record to between $90 million to 95
    million.Some players didnt have to wait long to claim their share of
    it.Drummonds five-year maximum contract to stay in Detroit will be worth $130
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    from their 48-win team, as Jeremy Lin got a three-year, $36 million contract
    from Brooklyn, and the Pacers lured Al Jefferson to Indiana with a three-year,
    $30 million contract.None of the contracts can be signed until July 7, after
    next seasons salary cap is set and the moratorium is lifted.Missing out on the
    money was O.J. Mayo, the former No. 3 overall pick who finished last season in
    Milwaukee and was a free agent. But he was dismissed and disqualified from the
    NBA on Friday for violating the terms of the leagues anti-drug program, the
    first player to receive that punishment in a decade. He will be eligible to
    apply for reinstatement in two years.His old team was busy, as the Bucks agreed
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    meeting with the Golden State Warriors. He met with his Oklahoma City Thunder on
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