Monthly Archives: June 2009
Knicks to meet with free agent point guard Jason Kidd on Wednesday
Warriors/Amare trouble-shooting: Try to get back 2011 pick and trade 2010 No. 1 to Suns?
Chris McCosky / The Detroit News
The Pistons would love to sign Carlos Boozer should he decide today to opt out of the final year of his contract with the Jazz and become a free agent.
Why wouldn’t they? He’s 26 and one of the elite power forwards in the game, capable of averaging 20 points and 10 rebounds.
Andre Miller is 76ers’ No. 1 concern
Boozer faces decision
Rockets may want McDyess
Yao could miss entire season with foot injury
The Knicks can entertain sign-and-trade discussions involving both Lee and Robinson
Stoudemire waiting for decision
Utah Jazz: Okur likely to opt out
With Stoudemire deal in limbo, Warriors still itching for a deal: How about Michael Beasley?
Marc J. Spears – Boston.com
The Celtics will have several players of their own to keep an eye on
when free agency begins Wednesday in forward Glen Davis, guard Stephon
Marbury, forward-centers Leon Powe and Mikki Moore, and possibly guard
Eddie House (if he opts out of his contract by Tuesday). But the
Celtics have also said they would use their mid-level exception for the
right free agent, and they have their eyes on adding one or two
frontcourt players as insurance, considering the uncertainty of Davis
and the injured Powe returning and Kevin Garnett coming off knee
Shaq says Blazers wanted him
Dallas Mavericks’ Kidd expected to have plenty of suitors
Utah Jazz notebook: Millsap won’t wait long for offer
More Rumors – Tyson Chandler
Griz-Clippers swap fails: Los Angeles owner stopped Randolph deal
FRANK ZICARELLI Reports that
All that is
known about Shawn Marion is that he won’t be making the roughly $17
million US he earned last season in the final year of his contract.
No one can say with any certainty what the future holds for Marion because there are too many variables and too few teams
ANTONIO GONZALEZ • Associated Press Writer
A day after the Magic acquired Vince Carter from the New Jersey Nets, Turkoglu’s agent said today that he sent a notice to Orlando earlier this week that his client will opt out of his contract to become a free agent. Agent Lon Babby said the Magic had made Turkoglu an initial offer that Orlando general manager Otis Smith described as a “jumping off point.”