^ I thought Harden's new contract includes a clause that guarantees him he isn't going to get traded from OKC before the contract expires.
The Bucks are pursuing unrestricted free agents Joel Przybilla and Jodie Meeks.
Przybilla has drawn interest from the Mavericks, Bulls, and Blazers and is expected to meet with Milwaukee later this week.
Meeks is reportedly considering overtures from the Lakers and Wizards.
Via Gery Woelfel/Racine Journal Times
The Rockets and free agent forward Carlos Delfino are close to finalizing a one year deal, with a player option for year two.
Have Kenyon Martin/Shawne William's recieved interest from any teams. Guess K-Mart must be holding out hoping for more money, can't say we don't have one hell of a recruiting team.
I'd be surprised if KMart doesn't go to a contender at this point of his career. With that being said, I hope he goes nowhere near BK or Philly.
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Carl Landy and the Warriors have reached agreement on a two-year, $8 million deal.
Landry signed a one-year deal with the Hornets last offseason.
Landry will presumably backup David Lee at the power forward position.
Via Marcus Thompson II/Contra Costa Times (via Twitter)
The Clippers have acquired Willie Green in a sign-and-trade agreement with the Hawks for Sofoklis Schortsanitis.
A nine-year NBA veteran, Green has averaged 9.1 points, 1.9 rebounds and 1.5 assists over his career.
Via RealGM Staff Report
I think the clippers are putting together a solid team
I like the addition of Landry for them, he's a big body with solid defense and can hit the mid-range shot, he just needs to work on his rebounding he's only 28 i think its a good pickup for them in the longer run because their not competing for anything yet.
As for K-Mart the Warriors could of afforded him, i just think K-Mart is looking in a different direction maybe it's not about the money this time around, and if he is trying to get big money i cant see anybody throwing him big bucks he's a nice rotation player and all but at this point in his career he's like what 34 going on 35 no way is he getting this big money he may want. The money in the FA market is drying up pretty quick some players will have to SETTLE for what they can get.
Whats left for K-Mart
Nets? Evans, Teletovic, Humps --- cover their PF/C positions
Clippers? Thompkins, Odom, Turiaf, Hollins... they seem stacked down low plus they just signed Willie Green so they cant offer much, but vet min i think.
Their are other landing spots if he's out for money, but why would someone throw millions and millions for a 35 year old Kenyon Martin, the most he should be receiving is the BAE.. he'll get the MLE if he's lucky. I cant see him signing with teams like "the warriors, Bobcats, pistons etc etc... I think he wants the Money but also wants to contend in the playoffs
If he signs with the Knicks, i'd be thrilled... imagine that Jason kidd and Kenyon Martin 2 players most Knicks fans disliked when they were on the Nets and making noise
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Tracy "T-Mac" McGrady is working on a deal with the Chicago Bulls (via @dan_bernstein). Speculation is a one-year minimum deal. #freeagency
Back from vacation & free agency continues: the agent for Nate Robinson, Aaron Goodwin, says the veteran point guard will sign with Chicago today "barring unforeseen problems." Robinson averaged 11.2 points (42.4 percent shooting overall), 23.5 minutes, 1.2 steals and a career-high 4.5 assists per game with Golden State last season. Assuming the signing takes place, this will be the 28-year-old's fifth team since the 2009-10 campaign (NY, Boston, Oklahoma City, Golden State and the Bulls).