News: The Wizards have agreed to a one-year, $4 million deal with guard Alan Anderson, a source told Yahoo Sports. Anderson underwent ankle surgery in May, but he is expected to be ready in time for the start of the 2015-16 season.
Last season with the Nets, Anderson averaged 7.4 points-per-game. He also scored 11 points-per-game and shot 25-of-41 from the field during the first round of the Eastern Conference Finals.
Smith played more significant minutes down the stretch for the Knicks last season. He played in every game for the first time in his career and averaged 8.0 points and 4.0 rebounds while shooting 43.4 percent from the floor.
But then, he was simply speaking his mind when asked about what offseason grade he would give the Clippers after they lost premier center DeAndre Jordan to free agency.
"Listen, we had one priority this summer, and that was to re-sign D.J. and we missed out on that," he told Bleacher Report Radio. "So barring some miracle, [the] makeup of our team is completely different now."
Redick went on to detail what Jordan meant to the team both offesnsively and defensively. "Missing out and having him leave for Dallas gives us a failing grade," he added.
There will be no picks or cash involved in the deal, per CBSSports.com NBA Insider Ken Berger, who has reported that it's a straight-up deal.
The 33-year-old Wallace bottomed out last year, scoring just 1.1 points in nine minutes per game.
Lee came off the bench to spark the Warriors in the NBA finals against Cleveland, but his 7.9 scoring average in the regular season was his lowest since his rookie year of 2005-06. He did average 5.2 rebounds in 18 minutes per game.
News: Power forward Charlie Villanueva declared in May that he hoped to return to the Mavericks. His wish has come true, according to ESPN, which is reporting that he will sign a new deal with the team this week.
Villanueva contributed 6.3 points and 2.3 rebounds in under 11 minutes per game for Dallas last season.
His deal is for two years and $4.3 million, a source with knowlege of the situation told The Associated Press. It cannot be signed until at least Thursday.
Williams will provide a significant offensive upgrade in comparison to Matthew Dellavedova at the backup point guard spot and can also play shooting guard. He averaged 17.2 points in 27 games for Charlotte last year after coming over from Minnesota.
He played for Cleveland during the first stint of LeBron James there. He performed well in general, but his shooting accuracy disappeared in the playoffs.
Towns, a 6-foot-11 forward/center, averaged 10.3 points, 6.7 rebounds and 2.3 blocks in just 21 minutes per game last season for Kentucky. Jones, a 6-1 point guard, averaged 11.8 points and 5.6 assists a year ago at Duke.