One might imagine the Bucks are set at the point guard position, especially after making a midseason trade for Michael Carter-Williams and Tyler Ennis. There are some NBA officials, though, who contend the Bucks aren’t totally sold on Carter-Williams, just like they weren’t completely sold on Brandon Knight, whom they dealt to Phoenix in the deal in February.
July 2, 2015 | 1:16 am EDT Update
Free-agent center Omer Asik is finalizing an agreement for a five-year, $60 million contract with the New Orleans Pelicans, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Asik’s agent, B.J. Armstrong of Wasserman Media Group, was finalizing the deal points of an agreement with New Orleans management on Wednesday night.: 3 more rumors
Marc Stein: Hearing that the final year of Omer Asik’s new contract in New Orleans is not guaranteed. Guaranteed cash in the deal roughly $45 million
David Baumann: Source: Mavs are “optimistic” they lured DeAndre from LAC after meetings today. Prior to FA, DJ texted @RyanTotka “really considering it.”: 29 more rumors
Chris Mannix: That said, league-wide the expectation is still that this is a two-team race between the Clippers and Mavericks. Both made strong pitches.
Chris Mannix: Source close to DeAndre Jordan calls Lakers presentation “very professional.” Disputes any DJ issue with it. Jordan mulling several options.
Brad Turner: Lakers were “somewhat underwhelming” in presentation with DeAndre Jordan, sources. DJ felt Lakers had been on “whirlwind” last 24 hours.
Brad Turner: Lakers had GM Mitch Kupchak, Coach Byron Scott at meeding. No Kobe Bryant, and no one from Buss family was there, per source.
Mark Medina: I’m told it’s unlikely DeAndre Jordan will make a decision tomorrow after meetings w/ Knicks & Clippers. Will want to process everything 1st