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Free agency: Catching up
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Craziness and a very cool billion dollars marks the opening days of free agency. Chris Towers reviews the early moves and projects the next big ones. Full Story
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1Patrick Beverley, HOU, PG1
2Anthony Tolliver, DET, PF1
3Lou Amundson, NY, PF1
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1George Hill, IND, PG-1
2Tyson Chandler, DAL, C-1
3Jeremy Lin, LAL, PG-1
4Omer Asik, NO, C-1
5Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, CHA, SF-1
6Ryan Anderson, NO, PF-1
7Paul Pierce, WAS, SF-1
8Wesley Matthews, POR, SG-1
9Gerald Green, PHO, SG-1
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Report: PG Rodney Stuckey and Cavaliers share mutual interest
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(1:22 pm ET) Free-agent point guard Rodney Stuckey and the Cavaliers share mutal interest in joining forces, sources told Cleveland.com.

Stuckey averaged 12.6 points, 3.5 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game last season for the Pacers.


Heat PG Shabazz Napier could miss start of summer league
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(1:10 pm ET) Heat point guard Shabazz Napier is still being limited by a hernia and could miss the start of the NBA Summer League, per the Sun Sentinel.

Napier played in 51 games as a rookie for the Heat last season, averaging 5.1 points and 2.5 assists per game.


Report: Corey Brewer courted by Knicks, Lakers
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(12:25 pm ET) Free-agent guard Corey Brewer is receiving plenty of requests for his services next season, according to sources for ESPN.com's Chris Broussard.

Brewer will meet with the Knicks in Los Angeles on Friday as the franchise has about $8 million of free cap space to spend this offseason. He is also being courted by the Lakers, per Broussard.

Brewer averaged 11.5 points and 3.7 rebounds per game for the Rockets last season.


Heat sign first-round pick Justise Winslow to rookie deal
by Ruben Palacios | Staff Writer
(12:08 pm ET) The Heat signed first-round draft pick Justise Winslow to a rookie deal on Friday, the team announced.

Winslow, the 10th overall pick in the NBA Draft, averaged 12.6 points and 6.5 rebounds per game as a freshman for Duke last season.


Report: F Derrick Williams set to meet with Knicks
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12:02 pm ET) The Knicks will meet with disappointing forward Derrick Williams on Friday, a league source has told Sheridan Hoops.

Williams was taken No. 2 overall by Minnesota in 2011, but has not performed up to expectations. He averaged 8.3 points in just under 20 minutes per game for Sacramento last season.


Hornets pushing SG Troy Daniels to expand game
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11:45 am ET) Hornets guard Troy Daniels got his foot in the door last season. But to join the party permanently, he must expand his game. His coaches have made that clear.

Steve Clifford wants him to work more off the dribble. Associate head coach Patrick Ewing would like him to get stronger.

"I'd like to see a total all-around game," Clifford told the Charlotte Observer. "He can really shoot and he's learning how to find space to get his shots off. He's worked really hard this summer at playing off the second dribble.

"Now I want to see it all: him knowing the defense, all of what we're doing. He'll get plenty of opportunities (in Summer League action) in pick-and-rolls and catch-and-shoot."

Daniels showed glimpses of talent last year. He made 13 of 25 shots from beyond the arc down the stretch.

"That's the reason I'm in the NBA, because I shoot the ball and space the floor," he said. "That's something Charlotte needs. I showcawed it a little bit at the end of the season and hopefully I'll get to do that more."

He'll apparently need to do more than that to land a spot in the rotation.


Report: Wizards seeking to land free agent PF David West
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11:10 am ET) The Wizards can be added to the list of teams strongly pursuing veteran power forward David West, sources have told ESPN.

West had been reportedly most interested in San Antonio and Golden State. He expressed a desire to land with a winning team and Washington also fits that description, though not to the extent of the Spurs and Warriors.

The 34-year-old West has clearly begun his career descent. He averaged just 11.7 points per game for Indiana last season, his lowest total in 10 years.


Report: SG Marco Belinelli seekingto stay with Spurs
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11:01 am ET) Shooting guard Marco Belinelli is hoping to stick with the Spurs, according to the San Antonio Express-News.

The ability or desire of the team to bring him back could be influenced greatly by financial considerations revolving around premier free agent LaMarcus Aldridge, who is considered a strong possibility to join San Antonio.

Belinelli was a strong contributor off the bench last season. He averaged 9.2 points in 22 minutes per game, but his shooting percentages from beyond the arc and overall took a pronounced dip from the previous year.


Report: Kings eyeing free agents Josh Smith, Lou Williams
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10:24 am ET) Having struck out on guard Wesley Matthews and with money to spend after a salary dump, the Kings are now setting their sights on forward Josh Smith and guard Lou Williams in free agency, league sources have told SI.com.

Smith has already bounced from Atlanta to Detroit to Houston since 2013 and his production has waned. He averaged only 12.4 points a game last season, his lowest output in nine years, and shot just 41.9 percent from the floor.

Williams continued to display his offensive explosiveness in 2014-15. He won the NBA Sixth Man of the Year award by averaging 15.5 points in just 25 minutes per game.


Heat SG Dwyane Wade admits social media influenced decision
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10:12 am ET) Some players don't pay attention to social media, particularly in regard to influencing decisions on where they will take their talents.

Dwyane Wade cannot be counted among them.

The all-star shooting guard tracked fan sentiment through social media and cited how many wanted him to stay with the Heat. So that's what he did.

"I can't tell you how much I appreciated what they all said," Wade told Associated Press.

That appreciation led to a one-year deal worth $20 million. Wade could have signed elsewhere - rumors had him rejoining LeBron James in Cleveland - but he's not complaining.

"I could never look at that and roll my eyes," he said. "I am from Robbins, Illinois. Look at what I've been through in my life."


 
 
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