Following the franchise's second appearance in the NBA Finals, the Cleveland Cavaliers have a wealth of roster questions to answer this summer. LeBron James, who did opt out of his contract on Sunday, according to ESPN's Brian Windhorst, is clearly the top priority. After James, though, Kevin Love, Tristan Thompson, J.R. Show More Summary
Draymond Green has been one of the NBA's biggest bargains in his three seasons with the Golden State Warriors. This summer, the restricted free agent can change that. Continue for updates. Green to Explore Options Sunday, June 28 According to Marc J. Show More Summary
Cleveland’s LeBron James will become an unrestricted free agent, according to reports by multiple news outlets, which also said he does not plan to switch teams.
Jeremy Lin will be looking for a new home this offseason after playing out the final year of his contract with the Los Angeles Lakers last season, and he should attract a lot of attention for his solid shooting touch. Continue for updates. Linsanity,...Show More Summary
Sixers second-rounders hope to prove they belong Here’s the Philadelphia Inquirer reporting on the life of players who have been drafted but must still prove themselves worthy of being kept around: For Richaun Holmes and Jean-PierreShow More Summary
The Cleveland Cavaliers are in for quite the noisy offseason. LeBron James opting out of his contract Sunday afternoon, first reported by ESPN.com's Brian Windhorst, isn't helping the cacophony of sounds about to roar out of Cleveland. James'...Show More Summary
The Phoenix Suns are reportedly preparing to commit to point guard Brandon Knight with a lucrative long-term contract this offseason. Continue for updates. Report: Suns Close to Re-Signing Knight Sunday, June 28 Gery Woelfel of the Journal...Show More Summary
The summer free agency bonanza is set to begin this week, and the Phoenix Suns are expected to be serious players. The post Report: Phoenix Suns to Pursue Kevin Love and LaMarcus Aldridge, Re-Sign Brandon Knight appeared first on SLAMonline.
With free agent negotiations set to begin Wednesday, reports will start to trickle out regarding decisions various teams and players are making. Here’s a big one, from the Racine Journal Times: Brandon Knight’s ship is about to come in. Knight, whom the Milwaukee Bucks traded to the Phoenix Suns in February in a multiple-team deal, appears on the [...]
A lot of coaches were vying for the chance to mold Anthony Davis, and it didn't take Alvin Gentry long to show why he beat out the rest of the contenders. His plan for the league's most malleable superstar is both the most forward-thinking...Show More Summary
Michael Beasley is officially a free agent. The post Miami Heat Decline Michael Beasley’s Option, Making Him a Free Agent appeared first on SLAMonline.
Corey Brewer is no stranger to changing teams, having played for four teams since 2007, so the 29-year-old will be "open-minded" when it comes to picking his next home as a free agent this summer. Continue for updates. Brewer Prefers Long-Term Deal Sunday, June 28 According to Marc J. Show More Summary
The Lakers took D'Angelo Russell with the No. 2 pick—and would still be willing to deal Russell in a heartbeat for Cousins, if that's what it takes. The post Report: Lakers Would Still Trade D’Angelo Russell for DeMarcus Cousins appeared first on SLAMonline.
For the third time in six seasons, LeBron James is an unrestricted free agent.
There's a prevailing belief that NBA players need to go to memorable franchises to maximize the effect of their legacies. That strategy may not have worked for Carmelo Anthony. The talk with big-name free agents every year is that they want to head to large markets to expand their basketball reach. Show More Summary
Serbia won the women’s European basketball championship and a place in the 2016 Olympics after a 76-68 win over hot favorites France on Sunday.
Longtime NBA veteran Caron Butler is on the market for teams this summer and figures to draw plenty of interest for his ability to contribute off the bench. Continue for updates. Five Teams Expected in on Butler Sunday, June 28 According...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks' offseason is already off to a highly entertaining start. Between the fans booing fourth overall pick Kristaps Porzingis at the draft, Phil Jackson being confident he's doing an outstanding job and the rumored rift involving Carmelo Anthony, the headlines have been plentiful. Now the focus shifts toward free agency. Show More Summary
Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James declined his player option for the 2015-16 NBA season Sunday, according to ESPN's Brian Windhorst. It's a decision that was expected as he seeks to maximize his contract while waiting for the league's new television deals to take effect in 2016. Show More Summary
Though fans and media members have speculated about NBA free agency for months, teams haven't been able to construct concrete offseason game plans until now. With the NBA draft in the rear-view mirror, free agency represents the last...Show More Summary