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-Denver has agreed to re-sign Andre Miller to a three-year deal, Marc Spears reports.
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-Deron Williams will meet with Dallas first on Monday followed by Brooklyn.
-Omer Asik signed a three-year offer sheet with Houston worth $25 million with $15 million of that coming in year three of the deal. Houston will have three days to match starting July 11.
-From HoopsWorld: The Knicks, Heat, Spurs, Celtics, Mavericks and Rockets are all in the running for Marcus Camby. *The Nets and Jazz are interested in Andrei Kirilenko. *The Raptors, Celtics, Clippers, Cavs and Pistons are interested in Sonny Weems. *Can Houston sign Goran Dragic and Omer Asik? The Rockets may need to hold on before quickly trading Kyle Lowry. *The Clippers, Celtics, TimberWolves, Suns, Sixers and Pacers are all in on Jamal Crawford.
-Close to a dozen teams are interested in Steve Novak.
-Philadelphia agreed to re-sign Lavoy Allen to a two-year deal worth $6 million.
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-The Nets have asked and gotten permission to have a Monday meeting with Steve Nash, Marc Stein reports. He met with the Raptors and Knicks today.
5:20 p.m. Eastern
-The Hawks are insisting on getting MarShon Brooks from the Nets in a Joe Johnson trade, ESPN reports, which is holding up the deal. Gerald Green or Kris Humphries could also be discussed. Brooklyn wants to keep its mid-level exception for euro star Mirza Teletovic. *Atlanta has spoken with 20 teams on trades, Ken Berger says.
-Two sources confirm the three-year, $36 million offer from Toronto to Steve Nash, though the New York Post disputes the offer.
-Ray Allen will take his time in choosing a team, Marc Spears says. Boston, Miami, Memphis, Atlanta, Dallas, the Clippers and Brooklyn have interest.
-The Lakers, Hornets, Pacers, Celtics and Nets are interested in Nick Young.
3:35 p.m. Eastern
-The Lakers have reached out to Nick Young, but they can only pay him $3 million a season.
3:25 p.m. Eastern
-Two words: backup plans. Miami will reach out to Kyle Korver if they can’t sign Ray Allen and the Knicks will go after Raymond Felton if they can’t get Steve Nash.
3:15 p.m. Eastern
-The Lakers, Rockets and Nets are discussing Dwight Howard trade scenarios with Orlando, says Adrian Wojnarowski. Los Angeles would have to move Andrew Bynum in any deal. Howard wants to go to Brooklyn, but the Nets are looking at Joe Johnson, Luis Scola and O.J. Mayo becuase they don’t have the assets to acquire Howard.
-Brooklyn has had contact with Deron Williams ahead of meetings with the Nets and Mavericks, says Ken Berger.
-Portland has signed Roy Hibbert to a max offer sheet of four years and $58 million. Indiana has the opportunity to match.
-Toronto reportedly offered Steve Nash more than $10 million per season and are trying to trade PG Jose Calderon. *The Knicks and Raps are Nash’s top two, says Marc Stein, but Dallas could be in the mix if Deron Williams re-signs with the Nets. *Nash could do a sign-and-trade with the Knicks, with Landry Fields and Dan Gadzuric among the pieces potentially going to Phoenix.
-The Hawks, Mavericks and Clippers are among the teams interested in Ray Allen. Memphis has offered Allen the full midlevel exception.
-The Celtics, Grizzlies, Clippers, Suns and Mavericks are interested in Jason Terry.
-The Heat, Celtics, Lakers, Hawks and Knicks all have interest in Rashard Lewis.
-Indiana has interest in Jamal Crawford and Omer Asik, who Houston has pursued.
-The Pacers, Nets, Mavericks, Heat, Hawks are all interested in acquiring Brandon Bass from Boston.
-The Bulls and Lakers are among several teams interested in Kirk Hinrich.
-Phoenix will meet with Eric Gordon, Omer Asik and Goran Dragic this week.
-Josh Howard wants to sign a multi-year deal with Utah.
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-Is a Knicks-Suns sign-and-trade for Steve Nash possible?
10:45 a.m. Eastern
-The Nets and Gerald Wallace have agreed on a four-year deal worth $40 million. He will either stay in Brooklyn or be part of a package to go to Atlanta for Joe Johnson.
-Steve Nash meets with Toronto today.
10:25 a.m. Eastern
-Gerald Wallace could be the first free agent to commit with a three or four year deal worth $8 million per with the Nets, according to Marc Stein.
-Boston will offer Ray Allen twice as much money as Miami, Chris Broussard says.
-The Mavericks, Jazz, Lakers, Nets, Spurs and Celtics are interested in Josh Howard.
9:15 a.m. Eastern
-One thing we do know: Dwight Howard wants to be traded to the Brooklyn Nets and thinks he was blackmailed by the Magic into signing the one year opt-in. Another thing: The Nets want to sign Deron Williams first and are trying to get Joe Johnson or Luis Scola to try to convince him to say. *Deron Williams will either choose the Nets or Mavericks, and the Nets would have to trade Jordan Farmar, Anthony Morrow, Johan Petro, Jordan Williams and sign and trade one of their free agents just to get Johnson. *The Nets also have interest in O.J. Mayo and are still looking to re-sign Gerald Wallace and Brook Lopez.
-Kevin Garnett has agreed to a three year deal worth $34 million to stay with the Celtics, the Boston Globe reports. *Boston believes Ray Allen is gone and are interested in Jamal Crawford, O.J. Mayo, Jason Terry, Nick Young and Sonny Weems, according to Alex Kennedy. *The Clippers also have interest in Terry.
-The Knicks and Raptors will talk with Steve Nash today (Dallas and Phoenix could offer big money) and New York will go after Raymond Felton if they can’t get Nash. New York and Miami are competing for Ray Allen.
-Sam Amick reports that the Hornets will match any offer for restricted free agent Eric Gordon. *Indiana will meet him today, Mike Wells says.
-Minnesota has reportedly offered SF Nicholas Batum a four year deal between $45 and 50 million, CSNNW reports. Portland will have the opportunity to match and the Hornets and Raptors have also shown interest. *On the other side of the ledger, Portland has reportedly offered Roy Hibbert a max deal and Indiana will have to match. Another team has also reportedly offered a max contract, Sam Amick reports.
-Jamal Crawford has interest in the Clippers, Celtics, Suns, Pacers and 76ers according to David Aldridge.
-Houston badly wants to retain PG Goran Dragic and are looking to trade Kyle Lowry, Ken Berger reports.
-The Lakers would like to re-sign Ramon Sessions but also have interest in Chauncey Billups, Jameer Nelson, Kirk Hinrich and Jonny Flynn. *Cleveland also has interest in Flynn, says Alex Kennedy.
-Dallas has interest in Anthony Randolph and may also have interest in Michael Beasley.
10:25 p.m. Eastern