After a long weekend, you might not have been able to catch all the news. This is a quick rundown of your baseball and basketball news you might have missed this past weekend.

Mavericks decline Nowitzki option

Nowitzki was informed that the team would turn down his option that was worth $25 million. Nowitzki is most likely going to resign with the team on a friendlier deal to help the team make a move to get Dallas back into the playoffs. Nowitzki is looking to resign in Dallas join Kobe Bryant as members to play 20 seasons for one team. Nowitzki turned 39 years old last week.

It will be interesting to see if the Mavericks structure his deal like his last contract where he had one guaranteed year with a team option, or just sign him for two years.

George trade rumors heated up again

Jake Maloney of CBS Sports reported that a three-team trade between the Cavaliers, Pacers, and Nuggets were in the works. The headliners would be George going to Cleveland, Kevin Love going to Denver, and young players and draft picks going to Indiana. The move doesn't make sense for Denver considering they have Kenneth Faried still around, but Cleveland is starting to sound desperate to make this trade for George happen.

Stanton will return to home run derby

Marlins Park is where the 2017 MLB All Star game will be played, and is also home to the Home Run Derby.

Hometown here, Giancarlo Stanton, informed the sports world that he will be participating in this year's derby. Most might remember last year when he hit 20 Home Runs in a single round on his way to winning the crown. In three total rounds last year, Stanton hit 61 home runs.

Bellinger looking like McGwire

Cody Bellinger can't stop hitting home runs.

He had his sixth multi home run game of the season this weekend, which ranks most in the majors. Then, Bellinger hit his 24th home run, and is chasing history. If he keeps this pace up, Bellinger has a legitimate shot to try and break Mark McGwire's record for most home runs by a rookie in a season. At age 23 in 1987, McGwire hit 49 home runs as an Oakland A.

He's already making full stride to break the single season record for most home runs by a rookie in Dodger history. Mike Piazza set that record in 1993 with 35 home runs. Now, some are hoping he will be at the home run derby.

Mets promote Tebow

Tim Tebow was promoted to high Class A in St. Lucie. Tebow was hitting .222 with three home runs in low-A-ball. The chances of Tebow making the majors are very slim, but anything can happen.