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2017 NBA Free Agency Diary

  • Nets Expected to Pursue RFA’s Porter, Caldwell-Pope

    League sources: Wizards (Otto Porter) & Pistons (Kentavious Caldwell-Pope) bracing for rich Brooklyn interest in their respective RFA studs

    Source: Marc Stein on Twitter

  • Sources: Blake Griffin Has Strong Interest in the Suns?

    Sources told ESPN's Ramona Shelburne that Griffin has strong interest in the Suns.

    Multiple sources told Shelburne that while the Clippers are focused on retaining him in the wake of the trade of Chris Paul, there's some question as to whether they would offer the full max of $175 million.

    Source: ESPN

  • Report: Suns to Meet with Blake Griffin, Millsap

    The Phoenix Suns will meet with Clippers forward Blake Griffin and Atlanta Hawks forward Paul Millsap this weekend, according to reports, as the NBA's free-agency period opens.

    The Los Angeles Times reported Griffin would meet with the Suns on Saturday, and 98.7 FM Arizona Sports said Millsap would talk with Phoenix on Sunday.

    Source: ESPN

  • Ainge Family in Public Battle Over Hayward

    Gordon Hayward's impending free agency has caused a public tug-of-war in the Ainge family. As the Boston Celtics and president of basketball operations Danny Ainge await their chance to make a pitch to Hayward after free agency begins Saturday, Ainge's son Tanner, who is running for Congress in Utah, has repeatedly expressed a desire for Hayward to stay with the Jazz.

    Late Wednesday night, Tanner Ainge tweeted at Hayward with a link to a news story about how Massachusetts is considering a "millionaire's tax" that could eventually elevate the tax burden for high-earners.

    Source: Chris Forsberg of ESPN

  • Sources: Calipari Interested in Knicks Presidency

    Kentucky head coach John Calipari reached out to knicks through intermediaries to express interest in the Knicks presidency, per ESPN league sources to Ian Begley.

    The Knicks do not have interest in Calipari at the moment, per league sources. Presumably, Calipari would want to coach as well if he took over as president. The Knicks parted ways with president Phil Jackson earlier this week. Current GM Steve Mills is handling the club's day-to-day operations and is expected to lead them through free agency.

    Source: ESPN

  • Blake Griffin to Meet with the Phoenix Suns?

    Blake Griffin scheduled to meet with Phoenix Suns Saturday, per source. Suns can offer BG 4 year deal, $130 million.

    Source: Brad Turner of the Los Angeles Times

  • Report: David Lee Declines Player Option

    San Antonio's David Lee has declined his player option for next season to become a free agent.

    Source: Shams Charania of The Vertical

  • Gordon Hayward Declines 2017-18 Player Option

    Gordon Hayward just officially notified Utah he's declining his 2017-18 player option to become an unrestricted free agent.

    Source: Marc Stein of ESPN

  • Warriors Won’t Extend QO to McAdoo, Will Become Unrestricted

    Golden State not tendering a qualifying offer to James Michael McAdoo, league sources tells ESPN. Instead of restricted, he's an unrestricted free agent.

    Source: Chris Haynes via Twitter

  • Sources: Andre Iguodala Will Field Free Agent Offers

    The Warriors' luxury tax moving forward is a concern for Golden State and owner Joe Lacob in re-signing Andre Iguodala, according to Shams Charania of The Vertical.

    Source: Shams Charania via Twitter

  • Sources: Mbah a Moute to Decline Option, Test Free Agency

    Los Angeles Clippers forward Luc Mbah a Moute will decline player option to test unrestricted free-agency, league sources tell ESPN.

    Source: Chris Haynes via Twitter

  • Report: Andrew Bogut Back on Free Agent Market

    After his injury heartbreak in Cleveland last season, Andrew Bogut will be fully back on the free-agent market Saturday, league sources tell ESPN's Marc Stein.

    Source: Marc Stein via Twitter

  • Thunder Interested in Rudy Gay?

    Free agent Rudy Gay hosts meetings in Austin, Texas with interested suitors this weekend. OKC continues to be a team who sees fit.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowksi of The Vertical

  • Sources: Gordon Hayward to Meet With Heat, Jazz, Celtics

    Gordon Hayward's free agency schedule is starting to take shape.

    The All-Star forward will meet with the Utah Jazz on Monday, two days after the moratorium begins, multiple sources told The Tribune on Wednesday.

    According to reports, Hayward will meet with the Miami Heat on Saturday. The free agency period begins at 10 p.m. MDT Friday.

    Hayward has three teams on his wish list: the Jazz, Heat and Boston Celtics. League sources say Hayward wants to take his meetings, and make a decision in short order. The Heat and Celtics are expected to offer him a four-year max contract. The Jazz, as the incumbent team, are expected to offer Hayward a five-year max contract.

    Source: Tony Jones of The Salt Lake Tribune

  • Sources: Clippers Hoping to Retain Blake Griffin

    With Chris Paul headed to the Houston Rockets, the LA Clippers will turn their attention to keeping Blake Griffin, a source told ESPN's Ramona Shelburne.

    Griffin notified the team last week that he will not pick up his option for next season.

    The Clippers are of the understanding that it will take a five-year deal to keep Griffin, a source told Shelburne.

    Complicating the matter however, sources told ESPN's Michael Eaves, is that Griffin may not be ready for the start of the next season and could possibly be out until December due to a toe injury that cut short his postseason.

    Source: ESPN

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