Guard Austin Rivers was a key reserve for the Los Angeles Clippers down the stretch last season, but a return to L.A. is far from a lock despite the fact that his father, Doc Rivers, is the head coach. Continue for updates. Rivers Plans...Show More Summary
The NBA's free-agency period got off to a busy start Wednesday as 25 players agreed to contracts and two others agreed to contract extensions starting in the 2016-17 season. After a busy first day, many of the top free agents are off the market. Show More Summary
The OKC Thunder have locked up restricted free agent forward Kyle Singler on a reported five-year deal worth $25 million. Restricted free agent Kyle Singler has agreed to a five-year, The post Kyle Singler Returning to OKC on Five-Year $25 Million Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
Arron Afflalo is about to team up with Carmelo Anthony again.
Free agent big man Brandan Wright is reportedly headed to Memphis—the Grizzlies have come to terms with the 27-year-old on a three-year pact worth roughly $18 million. Wright played for The post Grizzlies Ink Brandan Wright to Three-Year $18 Million Deal appeared first on SLAMonline.
The first half of 2015 has passed and seen some of the hottest new sneaker styles hit the street, from the Yeezys to the Jordan retros. But the start of July means the year is more than halfway over, and the sneaker releases haven't stopped yet. Show More Summary
The first few hours of NBA free agency were among the craziest in recent memory, and the days to come shouldn't be much different. With money flowing like crazy as teams attempt to lock down marquee talents before the salary cap rises...Show More Summary
"Bargain" won't be a term thrown around often when discussing NBA free agents in the near future. With the salary cap set to jump by upwards of $40 million within the next two years, per ESPN.com's Marc Stein, teams are likely to splurge...Show More Summary
As expected, the Golden State Warriors and restricted free agent Draymond Green have agreed to terms on a contract extension. Despite talk of a bump in the road during negotiations, The post Draymond Green Re-Signs With Warriors for Five Years at $85 Million appeared first on SLAMonline.
The bass is pumping, fat stacks of cash are being thrown around, people are getting lots of action, but so far in this wild NBA free agency, the New York Knicks aren't getting any play. Luckily, nobody's taken home the Knicks' top targets yet. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks made their first big splash in free agency Thursday as they came to terms on a deal with veteran shooting guard Arron Afflalo. According to ESPN.com's Ramona Shelburne, New York inked the eighth-year pro to a two-year...Show More Summary
The Boston Celtics entered the first day of free agency with a ton of money to either fill significant holes in their frontcourt or finally spear the white whale they’re rightfully fixated on (i.e. a superstar). Simple supply and demand...Show More Summary
The Portland Trail Blazers' free-agency period got off to a quick start, but it won't have truly begun until their biggest star makes his decision. General manager Neil Olshey kicked off his adjustment of the roster with the commitment...Show More Summary
The NBA landscape shifted drastically Wednesday as free agents far and wide reportedly inked new deals and changed zip codes, but several hot commodities are still available as Day 2 of the midsummer signing period gets underway. This...Show More Summary
The Sacramento Kings bolstered their frontcourt with the addition of Willie Cauley -Stein in the 2015 NBA draft. The big man from Kentucky will join another former Wildcat in DeMarcus Cousins to form an effective duo. Cousins is known for his offensive prowess, and that shouldn't change just because Cauley -Stein's on board. Show More Summary
BOSTON – Armed with salary cap room for the first time in nearly two decades, the Boston Celtics aimed to make a big splash at the start of NBA free agency on Wednesday but came up empty. Striking out on the stars should not come as a surprise to Celtics fans. Show More Summary
It might not have been the summer's most anticipated pact, but it was pretty momentous if you care about the Phoenix Suns' fate. Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski reported on Wednesday that, "Brandon Knight has reached agreement on aShow More Summary
Now this is big. Literally — because Tyson Chandler is really tall — and figuratively, because Chandler is good and as a defensive-minded center should bump the Suns up just enough to make more noise in the Western conference playoff race. The Suns still face a very uphill battle to qualify for the postseason in [...]
Finishing up a whirlwind first 24 hours of NBA free agency, the Boston Celtics and forward Jae Crowder agreed to a five-year, $35 million deal. Shams Charania of RealGM reported the news. Crowder, 24, was a restricted free agent this summer but didn't waste time negotiating his return to Boston. Show More Summary
Just as it does every year, NBA free-agency madness began at midnight. While the world slept, free agents and front-office decision-makers met to discuss branding opportunities, how to use one another as leverage and, if the opportunity...Show More Summary