Monta Ellis is in Indiana to meet with Larry Bird and the Pacers.
Monta Ellis is engaged in serious talks on a possible three-year, $32 million-plus deal with the Pacers.
Free agent Monta Ellis and his family will reportedly travel to Indiana to meet with Pacers officials on Wednesday.
Free agent Monta Ellis "is gathering traction" in talks with the Pacers, according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
Monta Ellis will reportedly be pursued by the Hawks, Pacers, Kings and Heat as an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
The Kings are also interested in unrestricted free agent Monta Ellis.
Monta Ellis plans on discussing a long-term contract with the Atlanta Hawks and Miami Heat in free agency this summer.
Coach Rick Carlisle said he would welcome back Monta Ellis with the Mavs.
The Mavericks aren't planning to re-sign Monta Ellis when he becomes a free agent on July 1.
According to ESPN's Chris Broussard, Monta Ellis will opt out of the final year of his contract and will become a free agent this summer.
Monta Ellis is "likely" to decline his $8.7 million player option in favor of free agency, according to Mavericks beat writer Ed Sefko.
The Mavericks will reportedly try to trade Monta Ellis if he opts in for the final season of his contract.
Dirk Nowitzki said he expects Monta Ellis to opt out of his contract this offseason.
The Mavericks reportedly will not make re-signing Monta Ellis a priority if he elects to opt out of his contract this offseason in pursuit of a more lucrative deal.