Mo Williams could be in his last week as a member of the Cavaliers. Williams, 33, a 13-year veteran and former All-Star who played a supporting role in the Cavs’ 2016 NBA championship, is strongly considering retirement, multiple sources told cleveland.com. Additionally, the “stretch” deadline in the NBA is approaching, which means that if a player is waived by Aug. 31 (Wednesday), the team can spread his salary out over a period of years — which could lessen the luxury tax penalty Cleveland owner Dan Gilbert will have to pay next summer.
March 29, 2017 | 1:18 pm EDT Update
Maryland Terrapins talent Melo Trimble will enter the 2017 NBA Draft and sign with an agent, a source told FanRag Sports on Wednesday. By signing with an agent, the guard will not be able to return to school. Trimble has been a foundation player for the Maryland basketball program since his arrival.
March 29, 2017 | 12:28 pm EDT Update
Adrian Wojnarowski: The Pacers are working on a deal to bring back Lance Stephenson, league sources tell @The Vertical.
In a sense, Mirotic knows he’s left plenty on the table as far as his play through the years and seems to be content with playing with a sense of freedom as the season concludes, whether he’s back with the Bulls or not for next year and beyond. “I just wanna leave a good impression for the Bulls,” Mirotic said. “Whatever decision they make. It’s been a pleasure. A lot of people dream to be here, I was one of those guys when I was in Europe. I was really like, I wanna go there and play for the Bulls. The history they have. For me, it’s a dream come true. Whatever decision they make, I make, whatever. I don’t know. The years here have been great. I know it’s been up and down. It’s been a pleasure and I just wanna finish right.”