The Knicks, Mavs and Raptors have interest in unrestricted free agent Wesley Matthews.
Wesley Matthews is expected to leave the Blazers in free agency, according to the Journal-Times.
Wesley Matthews (Achilles) is expected to be fully healthy and ready to play by the start of the 2015-16 season.
Wesley Matthews is seeking a multi-year deal that pays approximately $15 million per season.
Wes Matthews, who is an unrestricted free agent, said that he knows he can do more than he's done to date.
Wesley Matthews (Achilles surgery) posted a video of himself shooting 3-pointers at a gym in L.A. on Tuesday.
Wesley Matthews (Achilles) will have his walking boot removed on Tuesday.
Blazers GM Neil Olshey wouldn't commit to re-signing Wesley Matthews this offseason.
Wesley Matthews (Achilles) said that his "perfect situation" would be for him to return to Portland next season.
Wesley Matthews stated during his exit interviews that he expects to resume playing basketball in August.
Wesley Matthews is scheduled to undergo surgery on his torn left Achilles tendon on Wednesday.
Wesley Matthews suffered a torn left Achilles tendon on Thursday and will miss the rest of the season.
The Blazers are significantly concerned about the seriousness of a lower leg injury to Wesley Matthews (leg) and he will have an MRI.
Wesley Matthews suffered a left foot injury on Thursday and will not return.