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Magic agree to deal with C.J. Watson, according to report

SBN: Orlando Pinstriped Post (Zach Oliver) — The Magic and C.J. Watson have reportedly come to an agreement on a contract. After locking up Tobias Harris on a long-term deal late Friday night, the Orlando Magic were busy once again on Saturday morning, agreeing to terms with free agent C.J. Watson on a reported three-year deal worth $15 million. The deal was first reported by Yahoo! Sports' Marc Spears. Watson, 31, spent the...
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DeAndre Jordan drank the Kool-Aid

SBN: Clips Nation (Steve Perrin) — Mark Cuban says that DeAndre Jordan can average 20-20. He's wrong of course, but the sales pitch worked. Here's what I know: apparently nothing. One thing I certainly do not know is why DeAndre Jordan thought it was a good decision to leave the Los Angeles Clippers , the only NBA team he's ever known and a team where he has thrived to the point of being third team All-NBA this season, for...
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Report: Raptors Pursuing Will Bynum in Free Agency

SBN: Raptors HQ (John Gaudes) — Six teams are in the running for the 32-year-old journeyman. Don't worry, there's no relation to Andrew. You like backup point guards? Masai Ujiri likes backup point guards. Not yet happy with the tandem of Delon Wright and Luke Ridnour (ha... ha), reports are out that the Toronto Raptors are among six teams in pursuit of journeyman point guard Will Bynum . Will Bynum priority is to...
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Horace Grant on potential job with Knicks: Phil Jackson has my number

theKNICKSblog.com (Keith Schlosser, Lead Writer) — As his nephew embarks on the next step in his respective journey by joining the Knicks, the elder Grant, too, is hoping for an NBA return of his own. He’s looking to break into coaching. “I’m so open. Watching a lot of NCAA games and attending plenty of Bulls and Lakers games, I’m really itching […]
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David Haugh: Jimmy Butler still second fiddle to Bulls' lead violin (you know who)

The News Tribune Jimmy Butler can sign a contract that makes him rich enough to buy his hometown of Tomball, Texas. Click to Continue »
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Greg Monroe may have found himself a perfect fit, cash, and sustained flexibility

Yahoo.com: Ball Don't Lie (Kelly Dwyer) — For the second offseason in a row, one of the NBA’s most coveted talents has decided to leave the greater New York City metropolitan area for the Midwestern sprawl and 2 AM last calls of Milwaukee. Greg Monroe, rumored to be headed to the New York Knicks for the duration of 2014-15, declined the Knicks’ maximum contract offer in order to agree to sign with the emerging Milwaukee Bucks. [...
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Free-agent roundup: Opening days don't get much more hectic

Yahoo.com: Ball Don't Lie (Eric Freeman) — In case you missed these reports ... Well, then you missed one of the busiest days in the history of NBA offseasons. Dallas Mavericks legend Dirk Nowitzki said it best: Over/under of how many what the ... moments you had since free agency started! I say 10.... — Dirk Nowitzki (@swish41) July 2, 2015 After a relatively normal opening few hours in which several key free agents reached...
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Analysis: The Philadelphia trade isn't as bad as it may seem

SBN (Greg Wissinger) — The trade to create cap space is a risk, but it isn't a disaster. The Sacramento Kings took a big risk Wednesday evening, executing a big trade with the Philadelphia 76ers to create cap space. The final details, as are currently known, are as follows. The Kings receive the rights to international prospects who are not named Dario Saric. Essentially, the Kings are creating cap space with...
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Carmelo healthy, but anxious for Knicks to make free-agent move

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Carmelo Anthony is anxious, healthy and claims to be happy. Anthony, new owner of a soccer team in Puerto Rico, took in a Red Bulls soccer game Wednesday night and...
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The Lakers lost out on LaMarcus Aldridge by being the Lakers

Yahoo.com: Ball Don't Lie (Kelly Dwyer) — LaMarcus Aldridge, because has a house in Los Angeles because it is a wonderful city to have a house in, and because he is a free agent, met with the Los Angeles Lakers first once the NBA’s free agency period began. The Lakers showed up with coach Byron Scott, part-owner and president of basketball operations Jim Buss, general manager Mitch Kupchak, TV analyst and Basketball Hall of Famer...
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Jimmy Butler stays with the Bulls for 5 years, $90 million

Houston Chronical (Reid Laymance) — Jimmy Butler is staying with the Bulls. The All-Star guard from Tomball agreed to a five-year contract with $90 million, the Associated Press is reporting. The deal comes on the heels of a breakout season in which Butler made his first All-Star team and was selected the NBA’s Most Improved Player.
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AP Source: Bulls reach 5-year, $90M deal with Jimmy Butler

The News Tribune A person familiar with the situation tells The Associated Press that All-Star guard Jimmy Butler and the Chicago Bulls have agreed to a five-year contract that could be worth about… Click to Continue »
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Jimmy Butler's 'quick' agreement with the Chicago Bulls was a long time coming

Yahoo.com: Ball Don't Lie (Kelly Dwyer) — When Jimmy Butler turned down the Chicago Bulls’ four-year, $44 million contract extension offer in the fall of 2014, most rightfully assumed him to be a bit of a nutter. That’s a four-year extension for a player who was coming off of only his first year as a full time starter. He played standout defense during that season but also shot less than 40 percent from the field, hardly acting as a...
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Report: Bulls keep Butler with $90M deal

The News Tribune 2014-15 NBA Most Improved Player Jimmy Butler will not be testing the free agent waters, as the Chicago Bulls have reached an agreement with the standout shooting guard on a… Click to Continue »
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Toronto locks up the emerging DeMarre Carroll, Chicago retains Mike Dunleavy

Yahoo.com: Ball Don't Lie (Kelly Dwyer) — DeMarre Carroll was designed to keep you on your toes. [ Follow Dunks Don't Lie on Tumblr: The best slams from all of basketball ] He’s a lovely guy, he really is, but his whole existence as a lockdown defender is meant to scare you away from swinging the ball to your go-to swingman, and his status as both the Atlanta Hawks’ leading postseason scorer through two rounds and the exact sort...
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