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Bryan Colangelo stepped down as team president but will remain as a consultant on the business side of operations.

Colangelo said he viewed this as the best course for both parties after taking some time to "reflect on things." Colangelo was in jeopardy of losing his job earlier in the offseason but the MLSE decided to keep him on board. However, once Colangelo and the Raptors eventually lured Executive of the Year Masai Ujiri away from Denver to run the team's basketball operations, it seemed repetitive to have Colangelo remain in his current role. Ujiri and newly hired VP of Basketball Management and Strategy Bobby Webster will likely take over whatever basketball responsibilities Colangelo was handling before Wednesday's announcement.
Wed, Jun 26, 2013 06:14:00 PM

The Knicks are considering making an offer to restricted free agent Enes Kanter, according to Frank Isola of the New York Daily News.

The Knicks may be barking up the wrong tree here as the Thunder are reportedly prepared to match any offer that Kanter gets, but they don't have much choice after missing out on Greg Monroe and presumably LaMarcus Aldridge. We'll keep this situation updated as more information becomes available, but Knicks fans shouldn't get too excited over this news.
Jul 2 - 11:55 AM

Greg Monroe has signed with the Milwaukee Bucks, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports.

This is a huge signing for the Bucks as Woj reports that Monroe will sign a three-year, $50 million deal with the team. The Bucks will now field a formidable starting five of Michael Carter-Williams, Khris Middleton, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Jabari Parker, and Monroe. Monroe will likely play more center alongside Parker and will provide solid mid-round fantasy value next season. Sorry, Knicks fans.
Jul 2 - 11:04 AM

LaMarcus Aldridge is unlikely to sign with the Toronto Raptors, according to David Aldridge of NBA.com.

Aldridge (David) reports that Aldridge (LaMarcus) had a good meeting with the Raptors, but is unlikely to sign with the team. With the Lakers, Blazers, and Raptors all rumored to be out on the big man, that leaves the Spurs, Mavericks, Rockets, Suns, and Knicks competing for his services. We'll provide updates as they become available, but wherever he lands, Aldridge is poised to provide solid second-round value in fantasy drafts.
Jul 2 - 11:00 AM

Trail Blazers assistant coach Kim Hughes said LaMarcus Aldridge isn't coming back to Portland.

In a surprisingly open statement that his bosses likely won't be happy about, Hughes said that Aldridge won't be re-signing with the Trail Blazers. "Well, people don't realize we just went young," Hughes said while speaking about a bigger role for Meyes Leonard. "We didn't publicize it, but we lost LaMarcus Aldridge. It hasn't been declared yet, but I'm sure he won't come back. We will go young." Hughes isn't believed to have any personnel power within the Blazers organization, but he may have even less power after spilling the beans on this one.
Jul 2 - 10:44 AM

Marc Gasol is finalizing a five-year deal with the Memphis Grizzlies, according to Gigantes.

Gasol's deal will reportedly be for 5 years and $108 million and will keep him in Memphis until he is 35 years old. We'll keep Gasol's situation updated once his contract is finalized, but this is great news for Grizzlies fans as their franchise player isn't going anywhere. After averaging 17.4 points, 7.8 boards, 3.8 assists, 1.6 blocks, and 0.9 steals per game in 2014-15, Gasol shouldn't last past the end of the second round in fantasy drafts.
Source: Gigantes
Jul 2 - 9:52 AM

Arron Afflalo has signed a two-year deal with the New York Knicks.

Afflalo isn't exactly the splash that Knicks fans have been hoping for, but his two-year, $16 million contract will at least ensure that the team doesn't get shut out during the free agency process. The 29-year-old is coming off a lackluster 2014-15 campaign during which he averaged 13.7 points, 3.2 rebounds, 1.7 assists, and 1.5 three-pointers as a starter. We'll have to see if playing alongside Carmelo Anthony will help resurrect his game, but fantasy owners can treat Affalo as a late-round flier heading into standard league fantasy drafts.
Jul 2 - 9:21 AM

The Kings are expected to meet with free agent Wesley Matthews in Sacramento on Thursday.

Sacramento traded a protected first-round pick to unload the salaries of Carl Landry of Jason Thompson. There were more wrinkles to the deal, but the apparent end-goal is signing some combination of Rajon Rondo, Monta Ellis and Matthews. The Kings' available funds may be enough to persuade Matthews to join them, but he's also drawing serious interest from the Raptors and Mavericks.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 2 - 2:06 AM

The Knicks have reportedly expressed interest in FA Monta Ellis, who met with the Pacers in Indiana on Wednesday.

The Pacers are engaged in serious talks with Ellis and are reportedly ready to offer him a three-year, $32 million deal, but the lack of resolution as of Thursday morning confirms that he's weighing his options. Sacramento also has interest in Ellis and they cleared cap space in a go-for-broke trade with Philly, so the Kings can't be discounted as a potential landing spot.
Jul 2 - 1:04 AM

The Kings will receive Arturas Gudaitis and Nikola Mitrovic in the Nik Stauskas trade.

And you thought Vlade Divac was done flopping when he retired from playing. These two guys were picked 47th and 60th in the draft for a guy who went eighth in the draft just last year. Sam Hinkie took Vlade to the cleaners on this one.
Jul 2 - 12:52 AM

The Pelicans and Omer Asik have agreed on a five-year, $58 million deal.

Holy cow. It's the last deal of a wild day and it is perhaps one of worst buys with $44 million in guaranteed money (the 2019-20 season isn't guaranteed). Asik wasn't a great fit next to Anthony Davis, but maybe coach Alvin Gentry can turn him around. The Pelicans have spent $200 million on the players that figure to get almost all of their center minutes this year. Asik isn't worth drafting in most leagues.
Jul 2 - 12:01 AM

Jae Crowder has agreed to a five-year, $35 million deal with the Celtics, with the entire salary guaranteed through the 2019-20 season.

Crowder was essentially a cast-off with the Mavericks but his solid play for Boston earned him a massive pay-raise to $7 million per season over a long-term contract. It could be a solid value for the Celts if Crowder develops into a DeMarre Carroll-type talent, locking down defensively while steadily improving his FG shooting (41.4 percent) and 3-point shooting (31.6 percent). It's an interesting gamble for GM Danny Ainge and Boston's front office -- other than signing veteran PF Amir Johnson in free agency, they appear content to develop from within this season.
Jul 1 - 11:58 PM




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