The Dallas Mavericks were active at the start of free agency. They brought back Tim Hardaway Jr. and Boban Marjanovic just minutes after negotiations were permitted. The Mavs quickly agreed to deals with Reggie Bullock and Sterling Brown to improve their shooting and wing depth. Dallas is still missing a key piece of their offseason plan, though.
The Boston Celtics still have the resources to add a few role players in NBA free agency. But they're running out of time to add a quality asset. Two free agents on the Celtics' radar both agreed to contracts with other teams Tuesday, per reports. Rudy Gay is heading to the Utah Jazz on a two-year deal, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, while his former San Antonio Spurs teammate, Patty Mills, is joining the Brooklyn Nets on a two-year pact worth $12 million, Wojnarowski reports.
The Dallas Mavericks have been rumored to be the final landing spot for veteran point guard Goran Dragic this offseason. He is part of the massive sign-and-trade deal sending Kyle Lowry to the Miami Heat, with Dragic and other pieces heading back to the Toronto Raptors. What will happen next,...
The Dallas Mavericks were clinging to a hope - or maybe it was just the Mavs fan base doing the clinging - that rumors connecting DeMar DeRozan to Big D were in some way backed in fact. But on Tuesday, the second day of NBA free agency shopping, DeRozan conducted...
NBA free agency winners and losers: Lakers defense takes hit; Heat make power moves; Bulls go all-in
NBA free agency officially began on Monday, with teams and players wasting no time coming to terms on lucrative deals throughout the league. The defending Western Conference champion Phoenix Suns got back an essential piece when Chris Paul agreed to re-up on a four-year deal, while the Los Angeles Clippers still await word on Kawhi Leonard, who is widely expected to return.
Are you trying to stay sane amid the chaos of NBA free agency? You've come to the right place. This year's free agency period will kick off on Monday at 6 p.m. ET. Teams can begin negotiating with free agents at that time, though the reality is many of those conversations have already happened.
Kawhi Leonard is one of the few remaining big names that have yet to make a decision on his future after what was nothing short of a furious Day 1 of free agency. The two-time Finals MVP appears to be taking his time as he considers his career with the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Brooklyn Nets continue to add pieces around their Big 3 of Kevin Durant, James Harden, and Kyrie Irving. After recently bringing back Bruce Brown, the team has now signed NBA journeyman James Johnson to a one-year deal, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski:. The Nets will be the ninth team Johnson...
While deals can’t be officially announced until August 6th, the NBA’s free agency period kicked off yesterday when teams were allowed to negotiate deals with free agents. Deals came in quick and often for some teams; others not so much. Among the quietest teams in the league was the Boston Celtics.
The Dallas Mavericks made a flurry of moves on the opening night of free agency to improve their roster around Luka Doncic. The 22-year-old superstar was gearing up to put on another show in Tokyo as the agreements were happening. Luka narrowly missed a triple-double as he pushed Slovenia into the Olympic semifinals. The country of just over 2 million is in their first Olympic Games, and now they are guaranteed to play for a medal.
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Tim Hardaway Jr. verbally agrees to 4-year, $74M deal with the Dallas Mavericks, according to source
Tim Hardaway Jr. #11 converts a three point shot against the Minnesota Timberwolves at Target Center on May 16, 2021.(David Berding/Getty Images) Correction: This story has been updated with corrected information. Hardaway Jr.'s deal is for $74 million.
The Dallas Mavericks were not just agreeing to deals with free agents on Aug. 2. They set their summer league roster for the tournament in Las Vegas that begins on Aug. 8. Dallas did not have a draft pick in 2021, but their roster is still a young talented squad. There are question marks, though.
In 2019-20, the Philadelphia 76ers found out the hard way just how tough it is to win in the NBA without a lights-out shooter. Sure, newly minted GM Elton Brand attempted to mitigate the loss of J.J. Redick in free agency with the additions of Trey Burke, James Ennis, and Al Horford, plus a sign-and-trade for Josh Richardson – in a throwback-style of team building that will forever perplex fans in the greater Delaware Valley – but none of it worked out well enough to make a legitimate difference.
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More good news is going to be on the way for Michigan basketball fans with the likely commitment of a four-star big man this week. Over the past few days, Michigan basketball fans have received great news upon great news seemingly every day. It started with the NBA Draft, last Thursday, with Franz Wagner being selected 8th overall by the Orlando Magic.
The Dallas Mavericks acquired Moses Brown from the Boston Celtics in the Josh Richardson trade. The 21-year-old center is set to make $1.7 million this season. He’s also 7’2 and posted a 20-point-20-rebound game for the Thunder last year. The former UCLA Bruin went undrafted before becoming a standout in...
The Knicks agreed to re-sign veteran free-agent big man Taj Gibson on a one-year contract during day two of NBA free agency. After agreeing to three-year deals with several veteran free agents yesterday, the New York Knicks are bringing back forward/center Taj Gibson. According to SNY’s Ian Begley, Gibson agreed...
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Things moved quickly on the first day of NBA free agency. Not long after the figurative green light flickered, the Cleveland Cavaliers agreed to a five-year, $100 million deal with restricted free agent Jarrett Allen, keeping him in Cleveland and solidifying his place as an essential piece of this young core. Bringing Allen back, on the heels of acquiring veteran point guard Ricky Rubio from the Minnesota Timberwolves in a draft-night trade, was the organization’s priority.
As you’ve likely heard by now, the Los Angeles Lakers signed several big-name players over the first two days of NBA free agency, many of which have previously worn the purple and gold. One such player, of course, is eight-time NBA All-Star Dwight Howard, who is now set for his third run in Hollywood and will set an odd NBA record the moment he officially signs his new contract.
With the status of Jeff Teague returning to the Milwaukee Bucks currently unknown, it may be time for the front office to start looking at a youth movement to back up Jrue Holiday. Teague recently turned 33-years-old and is clearly on the backside of his career. He was typically hit...