Mo Williams
G Mo Williams confirms he's returning to Cavaliers
Mo Williams, PG, CHA
10:42 AM
News: Veteran guard Mo Williams has made official his return to the Cavaliers, tweeting that he is "coming home" and adding hashtags such as "cavsnation" and "questforaring."

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.

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Tyus Jones
Timberwolves sign top two draftees
Tyus Jones, PG, MIN
10:33 AM
News: The Timberwolves have announced the signings of their two first-round draft picks in 2015. Both No. 1 selection Karl-Anthony Towns and 24th choice Tyus Jones are in the fold.

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.

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Dante Exum
Jazz guard Dante Exum suffers ankle injury Monday
Dante Exum, SG, UTA
7/6/2015
News: Jazz guard Dante Exum sprained his left ankle during a Summer League game Monday, the team announced. He will be reevaluated Tuesday.

Exum averaged 4.8 points and 2.4 assists in 82 games last season.

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Leandro Barbosa
Report: Warriors sign guard Leandro Barbosa
Leandro Barbosa, SG, GS
7/6/2015
News: The Warriors agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million deal with guard Leandro Barbosa on Monday, reports ESPNLosAngeles.com.

Barbosa averaged 7.1 points and 1.5 assists in 66 games last season for the Warriors.

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Jamal Crawford
Report: Cavaliers seeking to land Clippers SG Jamal Crawford
Jamal Crawford, SG, LAC
7/6/2015
News: The search of the Cavaliers to bolster their bench has them discussing a deal that would bring super sixth man Jamal Crawford over from the Clippers, sources have told ESPN.

Cleveland would dump Brendan Haywood in the trade.

Crawford has been instant offense throughout his career. But he shot just 39.6 percent from the floor last year, his second-worst accuracy since the 2004-05 season. He still averaged an impressive 15.8 points in 27 minutes per game.

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J.J. Barea
Report: Mavericks sign PG J.J. Barea to two-year contract
J.J. Barea, PG, DAL
7/6/2015
News: Point guard J.J. Barea has agreed to a two-year deal worth $5.6 million to stay with the Mavericks, according to Puerto Rican newspaper El Nueva Dia.

Reports also claim that he has a player option for a third season.

Barea averaged 7.5 points and 3.4 assists last season in 18 minutes per game as a reserve.

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Manu Ginobili
Spurs guard Manu Ginobili to return for upcoming season
Manu Ginobili, SG, SA
7/6/2015
News: Spurs guard Manu Ginobili announced via his Twitter that he would be returning to the team for the 2015-16, writing "Happy to announce that I'm coming back next season." Contract details between the team and Ginobili are still being finalized. 

Last season, Ginobili averaged 10.5 points in 70 games, while shooting 42.6 percent from the floor, the second-worst mark of his 13-year career. He said after the season, he would have to think about returning for another campaign. 

In his Twitter announcement, Ginobili closed with the hashtag #TDwouldvemissedmetoomuch, a reference to friend and teammate Tim Duncan, who recently announced he was returning to the Spurs for another year. 

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Jordan Farmar
PG Jordan Farmar signs with Israeli team
Jordan Farmar, PG, LAC
7/6/2015
News: Point guard Jordan Farmar will try to revitalize his career in Israel, as he has signed a deal with Maccabi Tel Aviv per Sportando and the team's Twitter account. 

Farmar was released by the Clippers in mid-January after averaging 4.6 points on 38.6 percent shooting in 36 games.

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Cory Joseph
Raptors ink PG Cory Joseph to four-year deal
Cory Joseph, PG, SA
7/6/2015
News: Point guard Cory Joseph landed a big deal late Sunday, inking a four-year deal with the Toronto Raptors, per ESPN.com. 

Joseph served as the primary backup to Tony Parker with the Spurs for four years. San Antonio pulled a qualifying offer to Joseph in order to sign LaMarcus Aldridge, giving the Raptors the chance to move in on the reported $30 million contract. 

Joseph played in 79 games last season for the Spurs, averaging 6.8 points, 2.4 rebounds and 2.4 assists per game -- all career-highs. 

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Jeremy Lin
Report: Mavericks targeting PG Jeremy Lin
Jeremy Lin, PG, LAL
7/6/2015
News: Point guard Jeremy Lin, after an up and down season with the Lakers, appears to be a target of the Mavericks, according to Tim MacMahon of ESPN.com. 

The Mavericks still need salary cap in order to make the acquisition work, and could take part in a sign-and-trade deal with the Lakers to accommodate the move. 

Lin, who earned $14.9 million last year, finished the campaign averaging 11.2 points and 4.6 assists in 74 games, including 44 off the bench.

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