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Agent: Noel ‘disappointed’ with Mavericks on Negotiations

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The Mavericks have a plan, and by all appearances Nerlens Noel remains part of it.

But it’s hard to get a grasp on that when negotiations with the young center for a new contract are essentially at a standstill.

The two sides remain far apart on a new deal and the representative for the fourth-year veteran said Tuesday that the situation could drag on deep into the summer.

Noel, 23, is a restricted free agent, meaning the Mavericks can match any offer he might get from another team.

However, agent Happy Walters said that the Mavericks have yet to come up with a realistic contract offer.

“We’re very disappointed with where things stand,” Walters said. “Nerlens loves Dallas and spent June there working out, but we’re still waiting on a serious offer.”

Mavericks’ owner Mark Cuban said only that he cannot go into details about the negotiations.

Source: Eddie Sefko of The Dallas Morning News

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Free Agency Diary 2017

Brandon Jennings to play Next Season in China

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Guard Brandon Jennings, who spent last season playing for the Knicks and Wizards, tells ESPN’s Marc Spears that he has accepted a one-year, $1.5 million deal to play for China Shanxi.

Source: Marc Spears of ESPN

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Sources: Knicks Agree to Deal with Ramon Sessions

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Free agent guard Ramon Sessions is finalizing a one-year deal with the New York Knicks, league sources tell The Vertical.

Sessions, Knicks have agreed on a one-year, $2.3M minimum deal.

Source: Shams Charania of The Vertical

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Sources: Warriors Re-Sign Center JaVale McGee

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The Golden State Warriors are re-signing center JaVale McGee to a one-year contract, sources told ESPN.

The deal is for the veteran’s minimum, the sources said. Golden State now has 15 guaranteed contracts, making their roster complete.

Source: Chris Haynes of ESPN

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