Kevin Love
Report: Bulls offer three players for Kevin Love
Kevin Love, PF, MIN
News: A rumor surfaced early Wednesday that indicated the Chicago Bulls would be willing to give up three players to obtain forward Kevin Love. According to, Chicago has offered the Timberwolves bench stud Taj Gibson, first-round pick Doug McDermott and recently signed Spanish star Nikola Mirotic for Love. 

It's been speculated that rumors including Chicago are merely smokescreens to coax the Cavaliers into adding more to their reported offer. The report suggests that should Cleveland sweeten the deal by including a second future first rounder in addition to Andrew Wiggins, Anthony Bennett and the initial future first round pick, that Cleveland would have a better chance of stealing Love away from the Bulls. 

The Timberwolves would be wise to do everything in their power to speed up this process, considering Love is set to become a free agent next season and has already said that he will test the market. 


Robbie Hummel
Robbie Hummel signs one-year deal to remain with Wolves
Robbie Hummel, SF, MIN
News: Free agent forward Robbie Hummel informed ESPN on Monday that he has signed a one-year deal worth approximately $1 million to remain with the Timberwolves. Hummel averaged 3.4 points and 2.5 rebounds in 12.4 minutes over 53 games.

Glen Davis
Glen Davis stays put with the Clippers
Glen Davis, PF, LAC
News: Free agent forward Glen Davis re-signed with the Clippers on Saturday, according to the team's official website. Davis was a mid-season pickup by the Clippers last season, and averaged just 4.3 points per game in 23 games.

Evan Turner
Evan Turner to sign mid-level exception deal with Boston
Evan Turner, SF, IND
News: Former Pacers and Sixers guard Evan Turner is expected to sign a mid-level exception deal with the Celtics, according to the Boston Herald on Monday. Turner was acquired by the Pacers during the trade deadline last season and finished with averages of 7.1 points, 3.2 rebounds off the bench. He also shot 41.1 percent from the field over 27 games (two starts).

Ed Davis
Ed Davis signs two-year deal with Lakers
Ed Davis, PF, LAL
News: The Lakers have reached an agreement with free agent forward Ed Davis on a two-year $2 million contract, according to report from Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports on Thursday. He is expected to have a player option on his contract in 2015-16.

Davis averaged 5.7 points and 4.1 rebounds in 15.2 minutes over 63 games for the Grizzlies last season.

Carlos Boozer
Lakers pick up Carlos Boozer through amnesty bid
Carlos Boozer, PF, LAL
News: The Lakers have submitted the highest bid for free agent forward Carlos Boozer, ESPN's Marc Stein reports Thursday. Boozer was amnestied by Chicago on Tuesday after averaging 13.7 points and 8.3 rebounds last season. He also shot 45.6 percent from the field and 76.7 percent from the floor in 76 games.

Anthony Tolliver
Anthony Tolliver lands on Suns
Anthony Tolliver, PF, CHA
News: Free agent forward Anthony Tolliver will spend the next two seasons spotting up for threes in Phoenix, as Real GM reported Wednesday that the Suns inked Tolliver to a two-year deal worth $6 million. 

Tolliver averaged just 6.1 points and 2.6 rebounds last year but could find himself in a larger role with the Suns recently losing Channing Frye in free agency. He shot 42 percent form the three point line last season for Charlotte. 


James Jones
Cavaliers lure James Jones to Cleveland
James Jones, SF, MIA
News: Another one of LeBron James' former teammates from Miami will follow him to Cleveland, as ESPN reported Wednesday that the Cavaliers added shooter James Jones for the veteran's minimum

Jones hadn't been utilized very much by Miami over the last two years, appearing in only 58 games over that span. He averaged 4.0 points on 52 percent shooting from three last season in limited opportunities. 


DeJuan Blair
Wizards bolster frontcourt depth by signing DeJuan Blair
DeJuan Blair, PF, WAS
News: The Wizards stayed busy in free agency Tuesday by adding big man DeJuan Blair. According to ESPN, the Mavericks and Wizards were finalizing a sign-and-trade that would send Blair to the nation's capital. 

It's unclear what Washington would give up in the deal, but they'll receive a forward who averaged 6.4 points and 4.7 rebounds in just 15.6 minutes per game with Dallas.


Rashard Lewis
Rashard Lewis agrees to deal with Mavericks
Rashard Lewis, PF, DAL
News: Free-agent forward Rashard Lewis has agreed to a one-year deal with the Mavericks, Yahoo! Sports reports.

Lewis averaged 16.2 minutes in 60 appearances with the Heat last season while averaging 4.5 points and 1.8 points per game. He'll come off the bench behind Dirk Nowitzki in Dallas.


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