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  1. Sources: Corey Brewer agrees to $24 million deal to return to Rockets
    Adrian Wojnarowski

    Sources: Corey Brewer agrees to $24 million deal to return to Rockets

  2. Source: Richard Jefferson returning to Mavericks
    Marc J. Spears

    Source: Richard Jefferson returning to Mavericks

  3. Sources: Gary Neal agrees to one-year deal with Wizards
    Adrian Wojnarowski

    Sources: Gary Neal agrees to one-year deal with Wizards

  4. Source: DeAndre Jordan agrees to $80 million deal with Mavericks
    Marc J. Spears

    Source: DeAndre Jordan agrees to $80 million deal with Mavericks

  5. Sources: Robin Lopez agrees to four-year, $54 million deal with Knicks
    Adrian Wojnarowski

    Sources: Robin Lopez agrees to four-year, $54 million deal with Knicks

  6. Damian Lillard's five-year extension with Trail Blazers worth $125 million-plus
    Marc J. Spears

    Damian Lillard's five-year extension with Trail Blazers worth $125 million-plus

  7. Kenyon Martin: I'm retiring from professional basketball
    Marc J. Spears

    Kenyon Martin: I'm retiring from professional basketball

  8. Sources: Suns clear cap room for LaMarcus Aldridge pursuit by trading three players
    Adrian Wojnarowski

    Sources: Suns clear cap room for LaMarcus Aldridge pursuit by trading three players

  9. Sources: Lakers get second meeting to pitch LaMarcus Aldridge; Heat also pursuing meeting
    Adrian Wojnarowski

    Sources: Lakers get second meeting to pitch LaMarcus Aldridge; Heat also pursuing meeting

  10. Sources: Guard Shane Larkin agrees to deal with Nets
    Adrian Wojnarowski

    Sources: Guard Shane Larkin agrees to deal with Nets

  • 2015 NBA free-agency tracker

    LeBron James isn't expected to be heading anywhere, but plenty of other free agents could be on the move this summer.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Source: DeAndre Jordan agrees to $80 million deal with Mavericks

    Jordan has already informed Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and coach Rick Carlisle that he is joining Dallas.

    Yahoo Sports
  • Mad Dash: Kobe Bryant responds to LaMarcus Aldridge reports with meme

    In today's Mad Dash: Kobe gets creative with his critics, Dan Patrick wants Abby Wambach's socks, and Earl Thomas drops to a knee for his high school sweetheart.

    NBC on Yahoo Sports
  • With Dragic and Wade back, Heat moving forward

    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) -- On the first day of free agency, Goran Dragic committed to return.

    The Associated Press44 mins ago
  • Spurs make Hammon first woman Summer League coach

    Becky Hammon will coach the San Antonio Spurs' Las Vegas summer league team, becoming the first female head coach in the NBA developmental programme. The Spurs named Hammon on Friday as the head coach for the team that will play in Las Vegas, beginning on July 11 with a game against a New York…

    AFP
  • Free-agent roundup: Day 2 brings Wade resolution and Aldridge adjustments

    The second day of 2015 free agency featured several big agreements, including a new deal for Dwyane Wade, and a whole lot of jostling to sign LaMarcus Aldridge.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • Warriors make moves in front office, new training program

    The Golden State Warriors have promoted Larry Harris to director of player personnel and hired Lachlan Penfold as head of physical performance and sports medicine. The Warriors announced the moves Thursday. Harris has served as a scout and consultant for the Warriors the past six seasons,…

    The Associated Press
  • Kenyon Martin: I'm retiring from professional basketball

    After 15 NBA seasons, former No. 1 pick Kenyon Martin says his playing days are over. He might consider coaching.

    Yahoo Sports
  • AP source: Pelicans, Asik agree on 5-year contract

    The New Orleans Pelicans and center Omer Asik have agreed on a five-year contract worth a minimum of $44 million and rising up to $58 million if incentives and benchmarks are met, said a person familiar with the negotiations. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity…

    The Associated Press
  • Magic taking slow approach with 5th overall pick Hezonja

    If Orlando Magic draft pick Mario Hezonja had it his way he'd hop headfirst into the NBA fire. The Croatian-born 20-year-old would skip straight from his just a just concluded full season with FC Barcelona in the Euroleague, to playing in every game during Orlando's upcoming summer league, to…

    The Associated Press
  • AP Source: Heat now among clubs meeting with Aldridge

    A person with knowledge of the negotiations says LaMarcus Aldridge and the Miami Heat have spoken about his future plans, and that a formal conversation is scheduled for Thursday night. The person says Heat President Pat Riley is to meet with Aldridge in Los Angeles. Riley traveled to Los Angeles…

    The Associated Press
  • Indiana's $44 million deal is perfect fit for Monta Ellis

    The Indiana Pacers got the shooting guard they coveted. Monta Ellis' family found the welcoming community it wanted -- and the 29-year-old got the $44 million he was chasing. After hitting the trifecta Thursday by agreeing to a four-year deal that includes a player option for the final year, Ellis…

    The Associated Press
  • Warriors keep Draymond Green in a lucrative, necessary deal

    It's difficult to put a price on the player who allows a championship team's system to thrive at both ends.

    Ball Don't Lie
  • NBA transitions from free agency fury to summer league games

    NBA teams are now turning their attention to youngsters and player development with summer leagues set to tip off after executives and owners around the league agreed to shell out millions of dollars to veteran free agents this week in an attempt to improve their immediate lot. The league in…

    The Associated Press
  • AP Source: Kings, Marco Belinelli agree to 3-year, $19M deal

    The Sacramento Kings and guard Marco Belinelli have agreed to a $19 million, three-year contract, a person with knowledge of the deal said Friday. Belinelli gives the Kings the shooting guard they've been searching for to stretch the floor for All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins. Wesley Matthews…

    The Associated Press
  • Vasquez embracing fresh start with Bucks

    Greivis Vasquez always thought he might end up in Milwaukee. Coming out of the University of Maryland, Vasquez worked out twice for the Milwaukee Bucks prior to the 2010 NBA Draft, but the Bucks used their first-round pick on center Larry Sanders while Vasquez eventually landed in Memphis, which…

    The Associated Press
  • Cavaliers break the bank on Day 1 of free agency

    Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert promised LeBron James he would do whatever it took financially to surround him with a team capable of ending the city's 51-year championship drought. On the first day of free agency, Gilbert spent nearly a quarter of a billion dollars to back that up. The…

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