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Latest Rumors

  • The Jimmy Butler deal is complete. The Clippers will be added as the fourth team that also includes the Heat, Sixers, and Blazers, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Heat and Blazers are finalizing a trade that will send Hassan Whiteside to the Blazers for Mo Harkless and Meyers Leonard, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Warriors didn’t want to lose Kevin Durant for nothing, which is the main reason they did the sign-and-trade for D’Angelo Russell. They have no real plans to keep him long-term, it’s just a matter of time before they trade him, per Marc Stein.
  • The Kings have officially rescinded their qualifying offer to Willie Cauley-Stein. He is now an unrestricted free agent, per Jason Anderson.
  • Andre Iguodala has been traded to the Grizzlies for picks to allow the Warriors to get D’Angelo Russell in a sign-and-trade with the Nets, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Pelicans have traded for Derrick Favors, per Tony Jones.
  • Turns out Goran Dragic IS NOT part of the Jimmy Butler trade. He will remain in Miami, per Marc Stein.
  • The Mavericks will acquire Kelly Olynyk and Derrick Jones from Miami in the Jimmy Butler trade, per Marc Stein.
  • Goran Dragic is going to the Mavericks as a part of the Jimmy Butler trade, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Knicks have made great progress on a deal with Taj Gibson, per Ian Begley.
  • With a lot of cap space left, the Knicks are showing interest in Wayne Ellington and Taj Gibson, per Ian Begley.
  • Golden State is meeting with Kevon Looney in an attempt to re-sign him, per Chris Haynes.
  • The Denver Nuggets and Jamal Murray have started contract extension talks, per Shams Charania.
  • The Pacers are trading a first-round pick and two future seconds to the Bucks for Malcolm Brogdon, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The New York Knicks are scheduled to meet with Reggie Bullock, and Bullock is ready to agree to a strong offer from the Knicks. However, the Lakers still have interest in bringing him back, per David Aldridge.
  • It’s not out of the realm of possibilities that the Warriors could work with the Nets on a sign-and-trade to try and land D’Angelo Russell, per Brian Windhorst.
  • Kevin Durant will sign a four-year/$164M contract with the Brooklyn Nets, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Garrett Temple is expected to sign a two-year/$10M contract with the Brooklyn Nets, per Marc Spears.
  • Brook Lopez is planning to sign a four-year/$52M deal to stay with the Bucks once Free Agency opens, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Brooklyn Nets are becoming confident they will have formal agreements from Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant by the end of the night, per Marc Stein.
  • Khris Middleton, Brook Lopez, and George Hill are all expected to return to the Bucks. However, Malcolm Brogdon has given no indication he wants to be back in Milwaukee, per Gery Woelfel.
  • The Brooklyn Nets will have a formal commitment from Kyrie Irving at their practice facility tonight. They have been pursuing a trio of Kyrie Irving/Kevin Durant/DeAndre Jordan, per Marc Stein.
  • Enes Kanter is expected to have a phone call with the Celtics and Blazers when Free Agency opens, per Marc Spears.
  • The Warriors will have a five-year/$220M deal on the table for Kevin Durant when Free Agency opens, per Marc Stein.
  • Danny Green is getting interest from the Lakers, Raptors, Sixers, Knicks, and Rockets, per Harrison Sanford.
  • Kevin Durant will announce his Free Agency decision tonight on Instagram. @TheBoardRoom
  • The Utah Jazz are meeting with Bojan Bogdanovic’s camp once Free Agency opens, per Tony Jones.
  • Boston is showing interest in a three-team sign-and-trade that would send Kyrie Irving to the Nets, Kemba Walker to the Celtics, and Terry Rozier to the Hornets. Talks are exploratory and BOS would likely need to surrender at least one first-round pick to the Nets, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Timberwolves are at the top of D’Angelo Russell’s wish list as free agency nears. Minnesota is confident they can clear the necessary cap space, per Marc Stein.
  • Damian Lillard is working towards signing a four-year/$196M supermax with the Blazers, per Shams Charania.
  • Garrett Temple is getting interest from the Nets, Nuggets, Jazz, and Rockets, per Marc Spears.
  • It’s expected that Khris Middleton will return to the Bucks on a massive five-year extension, per Marc Stein.
  • Jimmy Butler is expected to tell the Heat at their meeting tonight that he would like to play in Miami, per Tim Reynolds.
  • When Free Agency opens, Jonas Valanciunas is expected to agree to a 3-year/$45M contract to return to the Grizzlies, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Lakers have reached out to Jimmy Butler. Los Angeles wants a third star with LeBron and AD, they don’t want to split up the money, per Arye Abraham.
  • Despite the Kings interest, and their plan to make Al Horford a massive offer, they are under the impression he is going elsewhere, per Sam Amick.
  • Quinn Cook has received interest from the Wizards, Sixers, Suns, Heat, Hornets, Nets, and Mavericks, per Alex Kennedy.
  • EuroLeague forward Nicolo Melli is finalizing a 2-year contract with the Pelicans, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Al-Farouq Aminu is drawing a wide range of interest across the league, including the Nets, Magic, Sixers, Spurs, Clippers, Rockets, and Pacers, per Alex Kennedy.
  • The Sacramento Kings are expected to make a massive offer to Al Horford tonight, per Jason Anderson.
  • Al Horford is expected to meet with some mystery teams tonight. He will then make a decision either Monday or Tuesday, per Adam Himmelsbach.
  • Terry Rozier is gaining interest from the Suns, Knicks, Mavericks, Bulls, Hornets, and Magic, per Adam Himmelsbach.
  • Richaun Holmes has interest from the Lakers, Bucks, and Bulls, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Kyle O’Quinn has interest from the Magic, 76ers, Knicks, Kings, Hawks, and Bulls, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Bobby Portis is getting interest from the Jazz, Knicks, Clippers, and Wizards, per Alex Kennedy.
  • The New York Knicks believe they are in the running for Kevin Durant, Terry Rozier, and Julius Randle, per Ian Begley.
  • Plan A for the Lakers is Kawhi Leonard. Plan B is D’Angelo Russell, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Nikola Vucevic will sign a 4-year/$100M contract with the Orlando Magic, per Shams Charania.
  • The Lakers are not expected to offer D’Angelo Russell a max contract, per Brad Turner.
  • The New Orleans Pelicans are expected to pursue JJ Redick, per Gery Woelfel.
  • The Knicks, Nets, Kings, and Bulls are expected to show interest in Julius Randle, per Jordan Schultz.
  • The Nets are expected to pursue Tobias Harris if they don’t land Kevin Durant, per SNY.
  • Kyrie Irving will meet with the Nets on Sunday and both sides are expected to move forward with a four-year/$141M contract, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Lakers have reached out to D’Angelo Russell’s representatives in hopes to land a free agency meeting with the dynamic playmaker, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Nets are open to possible sign-and-trade opportunities for D’Angelo Russell, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Lakers will reach out to the representatives of Patrick Beverley and Seth Curry when free agency opens up, per Brad Turner.
  • The Clippers continue to explore the possibility of pairing Kawhi Leonard with Jimmy Butler in free agency. If Kawhi leaves Toronto, he wants to be with another star, per Marc Stein.
  • Interest between the Sacramento Kings and Dewayne Dedmon is mutual, per Carmichael Dave.
  • J.R. Smith has agreed to push the guarantee date of his contract back to August 1, per Joe Vardon.
  • The New Orleans Pelicans are not actively pursuing Al Horford as free agency opens tomorrow, citing their unwillingness to offer four years, per Marc Stein.
  • Jimmy Butler continues to draw interest from the Lakers and Nets, along with over the cap teams in sign-and-trade scenarios, per Shams Charania.
  • The Hornets are exploring different point guard options including Emmanuel Mudiay, Ish Smith, Elfrid Payton, and T.J. McConnell, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Kemba Walker has told the Charlotte Hornets that he intends to sign with the Boston Celtics when Free Agency opens on Sunday night, per Rick Bonnell.
  • The Nets, Bucks, Bulls, Warriors, Lakers, Raptors, Blazers, Clippers, and Hornets are all expected to show interest in Taj Gibson, per Darren Wolfson.
  • The New York Knicks have waived forward Lance Thomas, per Shams Charania.
  • The Detroit Pistons are emerging as the favorites to sign Derrick Rose, per Frank Isola.
  • The Boston Celtics will extend the qualifying offer to Terry Rozier and Daniel Theis to make them both Restricted Free Agents, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Minnesota Timberwolves will meet with D’Angelo Russell after Free Agency opens, per Chris Haynes.
  • Nene is declining his player option. He will become a free agent, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Nikola Mirotic is signing with Barcelona, per Shams Charania.
  • The Boston Celtics and Kemba Walker are expected to agree on a 4-year/$140M contract shortly after Free Agency opens, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Denver Nuggets will pick up Paul Millsap’s team option for next season, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Kevin Durant has considered a pairing with Kawhi Leonard in Free Agency, per Shams Charania.
  • The Boston Celtics are targeting Enes Kanter and Kevon Looney with their room level exception, per Shams Charania.
  • The New York Knicks are pursuing Enes Kanter to backup Mitchell Robinson, per Shams Charania.
  • Jimmy Butler will prioritize a fifth year in his contract discussion with the Philadelphia 76ers, per Shams Charania.
  • The Charlotte Hornets are expected to Target Terry Rozier, per Shams Charania.
  • The Sacramento Kings will offer Harrison Barnes a 4-year/$90M contract when Free Agency opens, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Indiana are the favorites to land Ricky Rubio after Collison retired, per Marc Stein.
  • The Orlando Magic are preparing an offer to Nikola Vucevic for 4-years/$90M, per Marc Stein.
  • Darren Collison has retired at the age of 31.
  • Jimmy Butler has shown interest in a potential sign-and-trade with the Miami Heat, per ESPN.
  • Rockets believe they have a trade partner for Clint Capela, but will only do it if they know they can get Jimmy Butler, per Marc Stein.
  • Klay Thompson will he offered a 5-year/$190M deal when Free Agency opens, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • George Hill has been waived and will become a free agent, per The Athletic.
  • DeAndre Jordan has interest in playing in Los Angeles. The Lakers are expected to pursue him to pair next to LeBron James and Anthony Davis, per ESPN.
  • Kyrie Irving is just as much of a target for the Lakers this summer as Kawhi Leonard. They are coming out swinging with their new max spot now open, per Marc Stein.
  • Karl-Anthony Towns has been busy recruiting guys to play with the Timberwolves, which includes D’Angelo Russell and Tobias Harris, per Zach Lowe, Darren Wolfson, and Jon Krawczynski.
  • If the Warriors don’t offer Klay Thompson a full max contract right when Free Agency opens, he will listen to pitches from the Clippers and Lakers, per Brad Turner.
  • The Charlotte Hornets don’t plan on extending the qualifying offer to Frank Kaminsky. He will become an unrestricted free agent, per Rod Boone.
  • Kawhi Leonard is planning on meeting with the Clippers and Lakers when Free Agency opens, per Chris Haynes.
  • LeBron James is giving Anthony Davis #23 to wear for the Lakers next season, per Chris Haynes.
  • Anthony Davis will waive his $4M trade kicker, which gives the Lakers enough money to sign a max contract free agent, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Lakers are trading Mo Wagner, Isaac Bonga, Jemerrio Jones, and a 2022 second-round pick to the Wizards to open up cap space, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Nerlens Noel will not pick up his player option for next season. He will become an unrestricted free agent this summer, per Shams Charania.
  • The Memphis Grizzlies are declining to make a qualifying offer to Tyler Dorsey. He will become an unrestricted free agent, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • It’s looking “increasingly possible” that Kawhi Leonard and Jimmy Butler could team up with the Clippers. The Rockets are also very interested in Butler. While the Sixers want to re-sign Butler, they would be open to a sign-and-trade in order to not lose Butler for nothing, per Sam Amick.
  • The Houston Rockets see themselves as the leader in the clubhouse for Jimmy Butler, per The Athletic.
  • The Warriors and Klay Thompson will meet in Los Angeles this week. If the Warriors offer the full 5-year/$190M max contract, both sides will quickly come to terms, per Shams Charania.
  • Patrick Beverley is seeking a deal worth 3-years/$40M this summer. The Mavericks, Lakers, Bulls, and Clippers are potential suitors for Beverley, per Tim MacMahon.
  • With the Hornets and Kemba Walker not making any progress on extension talks, the Boston Celtics have emerged as the front runner to sign Walker, per Adrian Wojnarowski. Signing Walker would also mean the Celtics would likely have to renounce the rights to Terry Rozier.
  • The New York Knicks are considering making an offer to DeMarcus Cousins if they don’t land Kevin Durant, per Marc Stein.
  • The New Orleans Pelicans will allow Stanley Johnson to become an unrestricted free agent this summer, per Shams Charania.
  • The Blazers, Lakers, and Celtics are expected to express interest in Enes Kanter once Free Agency opens, per Chris Haynes.
  • Along with the Houston Rockets, the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets could also pursue Jimmy Butler, per Shams Charania.
  • If the Los Angeles Clippers strike out on Kawhi Leonard, they could pursue a reunion with Tobias Harris. The Mavericks, Grizzlies, and Pelicans are also expected to pursue Harris, per Shams Charania.
  • The New York Knicks are seen as a potential suitor for Terry Rozier. If New York strikes out on big name free agents, they would like to sign guys to one or two-year deals, per Shams Charania.
  • The Minnesota Timberwolves approached the Brooklyn Nets about a potential sign-and-trade that would send D’Angelo Russell to Minnesota and Andrew Wiggins to Brooklyn, per Darren Wolfson.
  • The Los Angeles Lakers’ interest in D’Angelo Russell is very real. There are no hard feeling from Russell towards the Lakers after they traded him two years ago, per Shams Charania.
  • Cory Joseph is getting interest from the Suns, Wizards, Kings, and Bulls, per Shams Charania.
  • The Chicago Bulls are expected to show early interest in Julius Randle. The Knicks and Nets are also interested in Randle, per Shams Charania.
  • The Los Angeles Lakers will receive a free agency meeting with Kawhi Leonard, per Arye Abraham.
  • Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is expected to draw interest from the Suns, Timberwolves, and Rockets once free agency opens, per Shams Charania.
  • The Houston Rockets are offering Clint Capela, Eric Gordon, and P.J. Tucker around the league in to clear cap space and acquire a assets to intrigue the 76ers in a sign-and-trade for Jimmy Butler, per Adrian Wojnarowski and Zach Lowe.

Atlanta Hawks:

  • Kyle O’Quinn has interest from the Magic, 76ers, Knicks, Kings, Hawks, and Bulls, per Alex Kennedy.

Boston Celtics:

  • Enes Kanter is expected to have a phone call with the Celtics and Blazers when Free Agency opens, per Marc Spears.
  • Boston is showing interest in a three-team sign-and-trade that would send Kyrie Irving to the Nets, Kemba Walker to the Celtics, and Terry Rozier to the Hornets. Talks are exploratory and BOS would likely need to surrender at least one first-round pick to the Nets, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Kemba Walker has told the Charlotte Hornets that he intends to sign with the Boston Celtics when Free Agency opens on Sunday night, per Rick Bonnell.
  • The Boston Celtics will extend the qualifying offer to Terry Rozier and Daniel Theis to make them both Restricted Free Agents, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Boston Celtics and Kemba Walker are expected to agree on a 4-year/$140M contract shortly after Free Agency opens, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Boston Celtics are targeting Enes Kanter and Kevon Looney with their room level exception, per Shams Charania.
  • With the Hornets and Kemba Walker not making any progress on extension talks, the Boston Celtics have emerged as the front runner to sign Walker, per Adrian Wojnarowski. Signing Walker would also mean the Celtics would likely have to renounce the rights to Terry Rozier.
  • The Blazers, Lakers, and Celtics are expected to express interest in Enes Kanter once Free Agency opens, per Chris Haynes.

Brooklyn Nets:

  • Kevin Durant will sign a four-year/$164M contract with the Brooklyn Nets, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Garrett Temple is expected to sign a two-year/$10M contract with the Brooklyn Nets, per Marc Spears.
  • The Brooklyn Nets are becoming confident they will have formal agreements from Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant by the end of the night, per Marc Stein.
  • The Brooklyn Nets will have a formal commitment from Kyrie Irving at their practice facility tonight. They have been pursuing a trio of Kyrie Irving/Kevin Durant/DeAndre Jordan, per Marc Stein.
  • Boston is showing interest in a three-team sign-and-trade that would send Kyrie Irving to the Nets, Kemba Walker to the Celtics, and Terry Rozier to the Hornets. Talks are exploratory and BOS would likely need to surrender at least one first-round pick to the Nets, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Garrett Temple is getting interest from the Nets, Nuggets, Jazz, and Rockets, per Marc Spears.
  • Quinn Cook has received interest from the Wizards, Sixers, Suns, Heat, Hornets, Nets, and Mavericks, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Al-Farouq Aminu is drawing a wide range of interest across the league, including the Nets, Magic, Sixers, Spurs, Clippers, Rockets, and Pacers, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Jimmy Butler continues to draw interest from the Lakers and Nets, along with over the cap teams in sign-and-trade scenarios, per Shams Charania.
  • The Nets are open to possible sign-and-trade opportunities for D’Angelo Russell, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Nets are expected to pursue Tobias Harris if they don’t land Kevin Durant, per SNY.
  • Kyrie Irving will meet with the Nets on Sunday and both sides are expected to move forward with a four-year/$141M contract, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Knicks, Nets, Kings, and Bulls are expected to show interest in Julius Randle, per Jordan Schultz.
  • The Nets, Bucks, Bulls, Warriors, Lakers, Raptors, Blazers, Clippers, and Hornets are all expected to show interest in Taj Gibson, per Darren Wolfson.
  • Along with the Houston Rockets, the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets could also pursue Jimmy Butler, per Shams Charania.
  • The Chicago Bulls are expected to show early interest in Julius Randle. The Knicks and Nets are also interested in Randle, per Shams Charania.

Charlotte Hornets:

  • Boston is showing interest in a three-team sign-and-trade that would send Kyrie Irving to the Nets, Kemba Walker to the Celtics, and Terry Rozier to the Hornets. Talks are exploratory and BOS would likely need to surrender at least one first-round pick to the Nets, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Quinn Cook has received interest from the Wizards, Sixers, Suns, Heat, Hornets, Nets, and Mavericks, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Terry Rozier is gaining interest from the Suns, Knicks, Mavericks, Bulls, Hornets, and Magic, per Adam Himmelsbach.
  • The Hornets are exploring different point guard options including Emmanuel Mudiay, Ish Smith, Elfrid Payton, and T.J. McConnell, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Kemba Walker has told the Charlotte Hornets that he intends to sign with the Boston Celtics when Free Agency opens on Sunday night, per Rick Bonnell.
  • The Nets, Bucks, Bulls, Warriors, Lakers, Raptors, Blazers, Clippers, and Hornets are all expected to show interest in Taj Gibson, per Darren Wolfson.
  • The Charlotte Hornets are expected to Target Terry Rozier, per Shams Charania.
  • The Charlotte Hornets don’t plan on extending the qualifying offer to Frank Kaminsky. He will become an unrestricted free agent, per Rod Boone.

Chicago Bulls:

  • Terry Rozier is gaining interest from the Suns, Knicks, Mavericks, Bulls, Hornets, and Magic, per Adam Himmelsbach.
  • Richaun Holmes has interest from the Lakers, Bucks, and Bulls, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Kyle O’Quinn has interest from the Magic, 76ers, Knicks, Kings, Hawks, and Bulls, per Alex Kennedy.
  • The Knicks, Nets, Kings, and Bulls are expected to show interest in Julius Randle, per Jordan Schultz.
  • The Nets, Bucks, Bulls, Warriors, Lakers, Raptors, Blazers, Clippers, and Hornets are all expected to show interest in Taj Gibson, per Darren Wolfson.
  • Patrick Beverley is seeking a deal worth 3-years/$40M this summer. The Mavericks, Lakers, Bulls, and Clippers are potential suitors for Beverley, per Tim MacMahon.
  • Cory Joseph is getting interest from the Suns, Wizards, Kings, and Bulls, per Shams Charania.
  • The Chicago Bulls are expected to show early interest in Julius Randle. The Knicks and Nets are also interested in Randle, per Shams Charania.

Cleveland Cavaliers:

  • J.R. Smith has agreed to push the guarantee date of his contract back to August 1, per Joe Vardon.

Dallas Mavericks:

  • Turns out Goran Dragic IS NOT part of the Jimmy Butler trade. He will remain in Miami, per Marc Stein.
  • The Mavericks will acquire Kelly Olynyk and Derrick Jones from Miami in the Jimmy Butler trade, per Marc Stein.
  • Goran Dragic is going to the Mavericks as a part of the Jimmy Butler trade, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Quinn Cook has received interest from the Wizards, Sixers, Suns, Heat, Hornets, Nets, and Mavericks, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Terry Rozier is gaining interest from the Suns, Knicks, Mavericks, Bulls, Hornets, and Magic, per Adam Himmelsbach.
  • Patrick Beverley is seeking a deal worth 3-years/$40M this summer. The Mavericks, Lakers, Bulls, and Clippers are potential suitors for Beverley, per Tim MacMahon.

Denver Nuggets:

  • The Denver Nuggets and Jamal Murray have started contract extension talks, per Shams Charania.
  • Garrett Temple is getting interest from the Nets, Nuggets, Jazz, and Rockets, per Marc Spears.
  • The Denver Nuggets will pick up Paul Millsap’s team option for next season, per Adrian Wojnarowski.

Detroit Pistons:

  • The Detroit Pistons are emerging as the favorites to sign Derrick Rose, per Frank Isola.

Golden State Warriors:

  • The Warriors didn’t want to lose Kevin Durant for nothing, which is the main reason they did the sign-and-trade for D’Angelo Russell. They have no real plans to keep him long-term, it’s just a matter of time before they trade him, per Marc Stein.
  • Andre Iguodala has been traded to the Grizzlies for picks to allow the Warriors to get D’Angelo Russell in a sign-and-trade with the Nets, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Golden State is meeting with Kevon Looney in an attempt to re-sign him, per Chris Haynes.
  • It’s not out of the realm of possibilities that the Warriors could work with the Nets on a sign-and-trade to try and land D’Angelo Russell, per Brian Windhorst.
  • The Warriors will have a five-year/$220M deal on the table for Kevin Durant when Free Agency opens, per Marc Stein.
  • The Nets, Bucks, Bulls, Warriors, Lakers, Raptors, Blazers, Clippers, and Hornets are all expected to show interest in Taj Gibson, per Darren Wolfson.
  • Klay Thompson will he offered a 5-year/$190M deal when Free Agency opens, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • If the Warriors don’t offer Klay Thompson a full max contract right when Free Agency opens, he will listen to pitches from the Clippers and Lakers, per Brad Turner.

Houston Rockets:

  • Danny Green is getting interest from the Lakers, Raptors, Sixers, Knicks, and Rockets, per Harrison Sanford.
  • Garrett Temple is getting interest from the Nets, Nuggets, Jazz, and Rockets, per Marc Spears.
  • Al-Farouq Aminu is drawing a wide range of interest across the league, including the Nets, Magic, Sixers, Spurs, Clippers, Rockets, and Pacers, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Nene is declining his player option. He will become a free agent, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Rockets believe they have a trade partner for Clint Capela, but will only do it if they know they can get Jimmy Butler, per Marc Stein.
  • The Houston Rockets see themselves as the leader in the clubhouse for Jimmy Butler, per The Athletic.
  • Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is expected to draw interest from the Suns, Timberwolves, and Rockets once free agency opens, per Shams Charania.
  • The Houston Rockets are offering Clint Capela, Eric Gordon, and P.J. Tucker around the league in to clear cap space and acquire a assets to intrigue the 76ers in a sign-and-trade for Jimmy Butler, per Adrian Wojnarowski and Zach Lowe.

Indiana Pacers:

  • The Pacers are trading a first-round pick and two future seconds to the Bucks for Malcolm Brogdon, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Al-Farouq Aminu is drawing a wide range of interest across the league, including the Nets, Magic, Sixers, Spurs, Clippers, Rockets, and Pacers, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Indiana are the favorites to land Ricky Rubio after Collison retired, per Marc Stein.
  • Darren Collison has retired at the age of 31.

Los Angeles Clippers:

  • Al-Farouq Aminu is drawing a wide range of interest across the league, including the Nets, Magic, Sixers, Spurs, Clippers, Rockets, and Pacers, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Bobby Portis is getting interest from the Jazz, Knicks, Clippers, and Wizards, per Alex Kennedy.
  • The Clippers continue to explore the possibility of pairing Kawhi Leonard with Jimmy Butler in free agency. If Kawhi leaves Toronto, he wants to be with another star, per Marc Stein.
  • The Nets, Bucks, Bulls, Warriors, Lakers, Raptors, Blazers, Clippers, and Hornets are all expected to show interest in Taj Gibson, per Darren Wolfson.
  • Kevin Durant has considered a pairing with Kawhi Leonard in Free Agency, per Shams Charania.
  • Kawhi Leonard is planning on meeting with the Clippers and Lakers when Free Agency opens, per Chris Haynes.
  • It’s looking “increasingly possible” that Kawhi Leonard and Jimmy Butler could team up with the Clippers. The Rockets are also very interested in Butler. While the Sixers want to re-sign Butler, they would be open to a sign-and-trade in order to not lose Butler for nothing, per Sam Amick.
  • Patrick Beverley is seeking a deal worth 3-years/$40M this summer. The Mavericks, Lakers, Bulls, and Clippers are potential suitors for Beverley, per Tim MacMahon.

Los Angeles Lakers:

  • The New York Knicks are scheduled to meet with Reggie Bullock, and Bullock is ready to agree to a strong offer from the Knicks. However, the Lakers still have interest in bringing him back, per David Aldridge.
  • Danny Green is getting interest from the Lakers, Raptors, Sixers, Knicks, and Rockets, per Harrison Sanford.
  • The Lakers have reached out to Jimmy Butler. Los Angeles wants a third star with LeBron and AD, they don’t want to split up the money, per Arye Abraham.
  • Richaun Holmes has interest from the Lakers, Bucks, and Bulls, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Plan A for the Lakers is Kawhi Leonard. Plan B is D’Angelo Russell, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Lakers are not expected to offer D’Angelo Russell a max contract, per Brad Turner.
  • Jimmy Butler continues to draw interest from the Lakers and Nets, along with over the cap teams in sign-and-trade scenarios, per Shams Charania.
  • The Lakers will reach out to the representatives of Patrick Beverley and Seth Curry when free agency opens up, per Brad Turner.
  • The Lakers have reached out to D’Angelo Russell’s representatives in hopes to land a free agency meeting with the dynamic playmaker, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Nets, Bucks, Bulls, Warriors, Lakers, Raptors, Blazers, Clippers, and Hornets are all expected to show interest in Taj Gibson, per Darren Wolfson.
  • DeAndre Jordan has interest in playing in Los Angeles. The Lakers are expected to pursue him to pair next to LeBron James and Anthony Davis, per ESPN.
  • Kyrie Irving is just as much of a target for the Lakers this summer as Kawhi Leonard. They are coming out swinging with their new max spot now open, per Marc Stein.
  • Kawhi Leonard is planning on meeting with the Clippers and Lakers when Free Agency opens, per Chris Haynes.
  • LeBron James is giving Anthony Davis #23 to wear for the Lakers next season, per Chris Haynes.
  • Anthony Davis will waive his $4M trade kicker, which gives the Lakers enough money to sign a max contract free agent, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Lakers are trading Mo Wagner, Isaac Bonga, Jemerrio Jones, and a 2022 second-round pick to the Wizards to open up cap space, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Patrick Beverley is seeking a deal worth 3-years/$40M this summer. The Mavericks, Lakers, Bulls, and Clippers are potential suitors for Beverley, per Tim MacMahon.
  • The Blazers, Lakers, and Celtics are expected to express interest in Enes Kanter once Free Agency opens, per Chris Haynes.
  • Along with the Houston Rockets, the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets could also pursue Jimmy Butler, per Shams Charania.
  • The Los Angeles Lakers’ interest in D’Angelo Russell is very real. There are no hard feelings from Russell towards the Lakers after they traded him two years ago, per Shams Charania.

Memphis Grizzlies:

  • Andre Iguodala has been traded to the Grizzlies for picks to allow the Warriors to get D’Angelo Russell in a sign-and-trade with the Nets, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • When Free Agency opens, Jonas Valanciunas is expected to agree to a 3-year/$45M contract to return to the Grizzlies, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The Memphis Grizzlies are declining to make a qualifying offer to Tyler Dorsey. He will become an unrestricted free agent, per Adrian Wojnarowski.

Miami Heat:

  • The Heat and Blazers are finalizing a trade that will send Hassan Whiteside to the Blazers for Mo Harkless and Meyers Leonard, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Turns out Goran Dragic IS NOT part of the Jimmy Butler trade. He will remain in Miami, per Marc Stein.
  • Jimmy Butler is expected to tell the Heat at their meeting tonight that he would like to play in Miami, per Tim Reynolds.
  • Quinn Cook has received interest from the Wizards, Sixers, Suns, Heat, Hornets, Nets, and Mavericks, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Jimmy Butler has shown interest in a potential sign-and-trade with the Miami Heat, per ESPN.

Milwaukee Bucks:

  • The Pacers are trading a first-round pick and two future seconds to the Bucks for Malcolm Brogdon, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Brook Lopez is planning to sign a four-year/$52M deal to stay with the Bucks once Free Agency opens, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Khris Middleton, Brook Lopez, and George Hill are all expected to return to the Bucks. However, Malcolm Brogdon has given no indication he wants to be back in Milwaukee, per Gery Woelfel.
  • It’s expected that Khris Middleton will return to the Bucks on a massive five-year extension, per Marc Stein.
  • Richaun Holmes has interest from the Lakers, Bucks, and Bulls, per Alex Kennedy.
  • The Nets, Bucks, Bulls, Warriors, Lakers, Raptors, Blazers, Clippers, and Hornets are all expected to show interest in Taj Gibson, per Darren Wolfson.
  • George Hill has been waived and will become a free agent, per The Athletic.

Minnesota Timberwolves:

  • The Timberwolves are at the top of D’Angelo Russell’s wish list as free agency nears. Minnesota is confident they can clear the necessary cap space, per Marc Stein.
  • The Minnesota Timberwolves will meet with D’Angelo Russell after Free Agency opens, per Chris Haynes.
  • Karl-Anthony Towns has been busy recruiting guys to play with the Timberwolves, which includes D’Angelo Russell and Tobias Harris, per Zach Lowe, Darren Wolfson, and Jon Krawczynski.
  • The Minnesota Timberwolves approached the Brooklyn Nets about a potential sign-and-trade that would send D’Angelo Russell to Minnesota and Andrew Wiggins to Brooklyn, per Darren Wolfson.
  • Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is expected to draw interest from the Suns, Timberwolves, and Rockets once free agency opens, per Shams Charania.

New Orleans Pelicans:

  • The Pelicans have traded for Derrick Favors, per Tony Jones.
  • EuroLeague forward Nicolo Melli is finalizing a 2-year contract with the Pelicans, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • The New Orleans Pelicans are expected to pursue JJ Redick, per Gery Woelfel.
  • The New Orleans Pelicans are not actively pursuing Al Horford as free agency opens tomorrow, citing their unwillingness to go four years, per Marc Stein.
  • The Pelicans are expected to show interest in Al Horford, but they are worried another team will outbid them, per Marc Stein.
  • The New Orleans Pelicans will allow Stanley Johnson to become an unrestricted free agent this summer, per Shams Charania.

New York Knicks:

  • The Knicks have made great progress on a deal with Taj Gibson, per Ian Begley.
  • With a lot of cap space left, the Knicks are showing interest in Wayne Ellington and Taj Gibson, per Ian Begley.
  • The New York Knicks are scheduled to meet with Reggie Bullock, and Bullock is ready to agree to a strong offer from the Knicks. However, the Lakers still have interest in bringing him back, per David Aldridge.
  • Danny Green is getting interest from the Lakers, Raptors, Sixers, Knicks, and Rockets, per Harrison Sanford.
  • Terry Rozier is gaining interest from the Suns, Knicks, Mavericks, Bulls, Hornets, and Magic, per Adam Himmelsbach.
  • Kyle O’Quinn has interest from the Magic, 76ers, Knicks, Kings, Hawks, and Bulls, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Bobby Portis is getting interest from the Jazz, Knicks, Clippers, and Wizards, per Alex Kennedy.
  • The New York Knicks believe they are in the running for Kevin Durant, Terry Rozier, and Julius Randle, per Ian Begley.
  • The Knicks, Nets, Kings, and Bulls are expected to show interest in Julius Randle, per Jordan Schultz.
  • The New York Knicks have waived forward Lance Thomas, per Shams Charania.
  • Kevin Durant has considered a pairing with Kawhi Leonard in Free Agency, per Shams Charania.
  • The New York Knicks are pursuing Enes Kanter to backup Mitchell Robinson, per Shams Charania.
  • The New York Knicks are considering making an offer to DeMarcus Cousins if they don’t land Kevin Durant, per Marc Stein.
  • The New York Knicks are seen as a potential suitor for Terry Rozier. If New York strikes out on big name free agents, they would like to sign guys to one or two-year deals, per Shams Charania.
  • The Chicago Bulls are expected to show early interest in Julius Randle. The Knicks and Nets are also interested in Randle, per Shams Charania.

Oklahoma City Thunder:

  • Nerlens Noel will not pick up his player option for next season. He will become an unrestricted free agent this summer, per Shams Charania.

Orlando Magic:

  • Al-Farouq Aminu is drawing a wide range of interest across the league, including the Nets, Magic, Sixers, Spurs, Clippers, Rockets, and Pacers, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Terry Rozier is gaining interest from the Suns, Knicks, Mavericks, Bulls, Hornets, and Magic, per Adam Himmelsbach.
  • Kyle O’Quinn has interest from the Magic, 76ers, Knicks, Kings, Hawks, and Bulls, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Nikola Vucevic will sign a 4-year/$100M contract with the Orlando Magic, per Shams Charania.
  • The Orlando Magic are preparing an offer to Nikola Vucevic for 4-years/$90M, per Marc Stein.

Philadelphia 76ers:

  • Danny Green is getting interest from the Lakers, Raptors, Sixers, Knicks, and Rockets, per Harrison Sanford.
  • Quinn Cook has received interest from the Wizards, Sixers, Suns, Heat, Hornets, Nets, and Mavericks, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Al-Farouq Aminu is drawing a wide range of interest across the league, including the Nets, Magic, Sixers, Spurs, Clippers, Rockets, and Pacers, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Kyle O’Quinn has interest from the Magic, 76ers, Knicks, Kings, Hawks, and Bulls, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Jimmy Butler will prioritize a fifth year in his contract discussion with the Philadelphia 76ers, per Shams Charania.

Phoenix Suns:

  • Quinn Cook has received interest from the Wizards, Sixers, Suns, Heat, Hornets, Nets, and Mavericks, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Terry Rozier is gaining interest from the Suns, Knicks, Mavericks, Bulls, Hornets, and Magic, per Adam Himmelsbach.
  • Cory Joseph is getting interest from the Suns, Wizards, Kings, and Bulls, per Shams Charania.
  • Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is expected to draw interest from the Suns, Timberwolves, and Rockets once free agency opens, per Shams Charania.

Portland Trail Blazers:

  • The Heat and Blazers are finalizing a trade that will send Hassan Whiteside to the Blazers for Mo Harkless and Meyers Leonard, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Enes Kanter is expected to have a phone call with the Celtics and Blazers when Free Agency opens, per Marc Spears.
  • Damian Lillard is working towards signing a four-year/$196M supermax with the Blazers, per Shams Charania.
  • The Nets, Bucks, Bulls, Warriors, Lakers, Raptors, Blazers, Clippers, and Hornets are all expected to show interest in Taj Gibson, per Darren Wolfson.
  • The Blazers, Lakers, and Celtics are expected to express interest in Enes Kanter once Free Agency opens, per Chris Haynes.

Sacramento Kings:

  • The Kings have officially rescinded their qualifying offer to Willie Cauley-Stein. He is now an unrestricted free agent, per Jason Anderson.
  • Despite the Kings interest, and their plan to make Al Horford a massive offer, they are under the impression he is going elsewhere, per Sam Amick.
  • The Sacramento Kings are expected to make a massive offer to Al Horford tonight, per Jason Anderson.
  • Kyle O’Quinn has interest from the Magic, 76ers, Knicks, Kings, Hawks, and Bulls, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Interest between the Sacramento Kings and Dewayne Dedmon is mutual, per Carmichael Dave.
  • The Knicks, Nets, Kings, and Bulls are expected to show interest in Julius Randle, per Jordan Schultz.
  • The Sacramento Kings will offer Harrison Barnes a 4-year/$90M contract when Free Agency opens, per Adrian Wojnarowski.
  • Cory Joseph is getting interest from the Suns, Wizards, Kings, and Bulls, per Shams Charania.

San Antonio Spurs:

  • Al-Farouq Aminu is drawing a wide range of interest across the league, including the Nets, Magic, Sixers, Spurs, Clippers, Rockets, and Pacers, per Alex Kennedy.

Toronto Raptors:

  • Danny Green is getting interest from the Lakers, Raptors, Sixers, Knicks, and Rockets, per Harrison Sanford.
  • The Nets, Bucks, Bulls, Warriors, Lakers, Raptors, Blazers, Clippers, and Hornets are all expected to show interest in Taj Gibson, per Darren Wolfson.

Utah Jazz:

  • The Utah Jazz are meeting with Bojan Bogdanovic’s camp once Free Agency opens, per Tony Jones.
  • Garrett Temple is getting interest from the Nets, Nuggets, Jazz, and Rockets, per Marc Spears.
  • Bobby Portis is getting interest from the Jazz, Knicks, Clippers, and Wizards, per Alex Kennedy.

Washington Wizards:

  • Quinn Cook has received interest from the Wizards, Sixers, Suns, Heat, Hornets, Nets, and Mavericks, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Bobby Portis is getting interest from the Jazz, Knicks, Clippers, and Wizards, per Alex Kennedy.
  • Cory Joseph is getting interest from the Suns, Wizards, Kings, and Bulls, per Shams Charania.

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