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2013 NBA Free Agency News

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How are they getting Smith? Sign and trade but what would they give Atlanta?

 

I'd assume they'd need to dump Asik and probably Lin, somehow.

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• Sam Amick ✔ @sam_amick

The Kings have pulled their offer (4yr/56mil) for free agent Andre Iguodala & will no longer pursue him, I'm told. Story to come.

1:32 AM - 3 Jul 2013

• Report: Grizzlies reach three-year/3mil deal to keep John Leuer

• The Bucks, who have gutted their team and have plenty of cap space, are shaping up as the leading suitor for J.R. Smith.

But if Smith leaves the Knicks to get more bucks in Milwaukee, he will find himself in a rebuilding program. That’s the decision the Freehold, N.J., native, has to make.

Take less to stay with the hometown Knicks, who can offer a four-year, roughly $25 million contract — which comes to $6.25 million a season after yearly raises — or follow the “green’’ jerseys of Milwaukee or another under-the-cap club willing to make a four-year commitment. The market value is being set for him to get an offer of at least $7 million per year.

• It was only a short time ago when Kyle Korver signing with Brooklyn in free agency was believed to be “in the bag.” That bag has quickly become empty, as the Nets are now reportedly out of the running for Korver’s services.

• Report: Knicks offer Pablo Prigioni two-year deal

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• Manu reaches two-year deal to stay with Spurs

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As long as Mayo signs with the Bucks, Al keeps his options open, and Pistons blow the farm on Gay I can say this is a successful offseason.

 

Let's go subpar again and luckily get a top 3-4 pick. I can rock with that.

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** Michael Pointer of the Indianapolis Star:

Donald Sloan, who split time last season between New Orleans and Cleveland, has reached agreement on a multi-year contract with the Indiana Pacers, a source close to the negotiations told The Star.

 

 

** The Bucks are near a multiyear deal with free agent O.J. Mayo, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports.

 

 

 

** Marc Stein         @ESPNSteinLine

First surprise of week on Dwight front: Sources say Golden State made real impression on Howard in their meeting and have become a factor

 

Marc Stein         @ESPNSteinLine

Rockets/Mavs clearly still have better shot to steal Dwight from Lakers than Warriors. But Dubs, I'm told, have forced way into conversation

 

 

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Howard and Steph would be a very good combo, just depends on what they have to give up in a sign and trade.

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** Marc Stein of ESPN.com:

Sources close to the situation told ESPN.com on Wednesday night that Kyle Korver has agreed to terms on a four-year deal with the Hawks worth an estimated $24 million.

Korver was wooed by several teams in search of a sharpshooter, most notably Milwaukee, San Antonio and Brooklyn.

 

 

** Chris Broussard         @Chris_Broussard

Teams interested in Kenyon Martin: Lakers, Clippers, Spurs, Knicks, Nets, source says

 

 

 

** Frank Isola @FisolaNYDN

Breaking: The Knicks and J.R. Smith agree to a new deal, Smith's agent, Leon Rose, tells the Daily News.
Marc Berman @NYPost_Berman

Source saying J.R deal is completed with Smith accepting terms on 4-year, 24.7 M deal.

 

 

 

 

** Source tells Sporting News that Lakers F Earl Clark has signed a 2 yr deal w the Cavaliers for $9 million

 

 

 

 

** The Spurs and Belinelli agreed to a two-year deal, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. The deal is worth $6 million total.

 

 

 

** Kings, Pelicans, Blazers agree to three-way deal involving Tyreke Evans, Robin Lopez, Greivis Vasquez

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I wonder if the Pelicans plan to play Tyreke Evans at the small forward position. Weight wise, he will be fine. Evans weighs 220 lbs., compared to Josh Smith who weighs 225lbs... The only problem with playing Evans at the small forward position is that they will be giving up a lot of size at that position...

 

 

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I wonder if the Pelicans plan to play Tyreke Evans at the small forward position. Weight wise, he will be fine. Evans weighs 220 lbs., compared to Josh Smith who weighs 225lbs... The only problem with playing Evans at the small forward position is that they will be giving up a lot of size at that position...

 

Sounds good, but that would be terribly bad. Smith is 3 more inches taller than Evans, even though Evans has good height at 6'6". Rotation wise, Evans probably will see a lot of time at SF, but not starting. They said they plan on bringing him off the bench as a 6th man like Manu in SA. All I know is that New Orleans team is going to be pretty damn good next season, well at least on paper right now.

 

PG: Holiday

SG: Gordon / Evans

PF: Anderson

C  : Davis

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I think the Warriors are going to have to give up Barnes or Thompson to make a team willing to take on one of their expiring contracts.

 

They are going to get raped because everyone knows they are desperate since LA isn't willing to do a Sign and Trade.

 

http://espn.go.com/los-angeles/nba/story/_/id/9450882/golden-state-warriors-trying-shed-salary-cap-space-dwight-howard-sources-say

 

 

I'm seeing a package of Bogut, Barnes/Thomspon and a future first rounder. Then a deal with Jefferson and a future first just to get the cap space to get Howard. 

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