Chris Broussard: some league execs think Tyson Chandler will land in Milwaukee. Mavs not out of picture for Tyson though if they don’t get DeAndre
July 2, 2015 | 2:06 pm EDT Update
Mike Monroe: Straight from Tim Duncan: “I’ll be on the court next year” … story coming soon on SpursNation.com: 6 more rumors
Ramona Shelburne: Monroe’s agent David Falk tells @Chris Broussard “All four teams we met with offered the max for 1, 2, 3 or 4 years – whatever we wanted.”: 22 more rumors
Sean Deveney: Rajon Rondo meets with the @Sacramento Kings tomorrow, I’m told. Deal could move quickly after that.: 8 more rumors
Tim MacMahon: Mavs fear Kings will make huge offer to Wesley Matthews. Hope now is that he will wait to see if DeAndre Jordan chooses Dallas.: 14 more rumors
Andrew Perna: Tax issues with Monta’s deal: With Indy pays $374K in state tax annually. If he took Kings deal, bill would have been $1.57M.: 20 more rumors
Chris Mannix: With Monta Ellis off the market, a name to keep an eye on in Sacramento: Kosta Koufos. One of best available bigs in dwindling market.: 1 more rumor
July 2, 2015 | 1:33 pm EDT Update
Chris Broussard: Sources: Monta Ellis turned down more $ from Sacramento. Kings offered $48 million over 4 years: 20 more rumors
The Dallas Mavericks feel they are very much in the game to retain the services of free agent point guard J.J. Barea, a source told the The Dallas Morning News’ Eddie Sefko. Barea, who has also had chats with the Miami Heat, has not yet committed to anything, the source said.: 3 more rumors
July 2, 2015 | 1:17 pm EDT Update
Ken Berger: As @Marc Stein writes, sources confirm Grizzlies and Marc Gasol progressing toward a five-year max deal to keep him in Memphis.
Jared Zwerling: Source: Wizards potential spot for Chris Copeland, who’s set for a full return next season. With Wiz losing Pierce, Cope adds bench scoring.
July 2, 2015 | 1:10 pm EDT Update
Chris Broussard: Sources: Monta Ellis agrees to 4-year deal with Indiana: 20 more rumors
Ken Berger: Monta Ellis and the Pacers have agreed on a four-year deal, league source tells @CBSSports.
Brian Windhorst: After progress was made yesterday, Cavs & Tristan Thompson are currently still apart on contract talks, sources told ESPN.: 3 more rumors