Utah Jazz Sign Scottie Reynolds
Update (Monday, 9:35 A.M.): Sorry guys, I missed this last night and was in a hurry to write this earlier this morning. The Grizzlies haven't yet matched the offer, but are inclined to, according...
Having apparently missed out on other free agent centers like Nene, the Golden State Warriors are hoping that restricted free agent DeAndre Jordan gives them the defensive center they've been (perpetually) searching for.
NBA Teams can begin signing free agents on Friday, but some players have reportedly already come to terms this week, as players met with teams. And the rumors are flying galore.
The Heat's perimeter defense just got scarier. Pretty sure it's safe to say that Shane Battier will sign with Miami when teams can start signing players on Friday afternoon.
For all the talk about the New Jersey Nets trading for Dwight Howard or signing a big name free agent like Tyson Chandler or Nene, they actually have some players of their own that need to be taken care of... or set free.
One of the "he'll get ya' buckets" shooting guards on the market who best reflects the true meaning of that phrase -- shoots a lot, mildly inefficient, athletic, can't really guard anyone, has ballstopper tendencies -- is Jamal Crawford. The newest rumor producing a lot of smoke is a sign-and-trade deal with Atlanta that sends Ronnie Brewer to the Hawks.
With plenty of talk about Nene and how he might fit on the Golden State Warriors, Nate Timmons of SB Nation's Denver Stiffs offered to answer a few questions we've had about the Brazilian big man.