Trey Freeman will sign a partially guaranteed deal with the Pistons.
The four-year point guard out of Old Dominion scored 22.1 points per game for the Monarchs last year. Freeman was undrafted following his senior 2015-16 season. He's got his hands full to make the Pistons.
Pooh Jeter agreed to re-sign with the Shandong Bulls in China.
He's been linked to re-signing in China for most of the summer. Jeter was outstanding last season, averaging 25.2 points, 3.9 assists and 2.0 treys.
Lakers sign F Travis Wear.
He was in Spain last year after debuting in the NBA in 2014-15. Wear is unlikely to make the NBA roster.
Lakers sign F Zach Auguste.
He's the 16th player on the roster right now, so he'll have to play extremely well in camp. Auguste is a 6'10" power forward, which could suggest his main competition might be Yi Jianlian.
Chris Bosh posted a video on his Twitter account and said he's "hooping."
"Yes,I'm hooping," Bosh said. "Absolutely. I'm a hooper." Take this information however you like, of course. Under normal circumstances, this wouldn't be worthy of an update, and it doesn't definitely indicate he's actually playing basketball. On the other hand, the limited details on Bosh this summer make his comments somewhat interesting. There is still no timetable for Bosh to return.
Sebastian Telfair has agreed to a deal with Auxilium Cus Torino in Italy.
He turned down a deal to play in Italy back in January, but Telfair changed his mind this time around. He's getting up there in age at 31, but his athleticism should still carry him to play well overseas. He might have a tough time making it back to the league.
Bucks sign F Steve Novak.
He's been expected to sign for about a month, so now it's official. Novak only played three games with the Bucks last season following the trade before the deadline. He is not expected to be in the rotation.
Lance Stephenson will work out for the Pelicans.
The free agent has had a quiet offseason because not many teams have shown interest. The Pelicans were in the mix for Ty Lawson before he chose the Kings, so they're serious about adding some additional depth to their bench. If the Pelicans agree to a deal with Stephenson, he will be competing with Buddy Hield, Langston Galloway and E'Twaun Moore for minutes.