HoopsHype Kyle Korver rumors

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Kyle Korver did not travel with the Hawks to Houston and will miss Wedneseday’s game against the Rockets due to a rib contusion. The guard was injured during Tuesday’s loss to the Magic. He will be listed as day-to-day by the team but his future status in uncertain. He remained in Atlanta for treatment. Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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The Atlanta Hawks have signed veteran guard/forward Kyle Korver to a new contract, President of Basketball Operations/General Manager Danny Ferry announced today. NBA.com

The Hawks officially signed Kyle Korver Friday to the contract he agreed to in principle last week. The unrestricted free agent guard/forward was fourth on the Hawks in points last season, his first with the team after being acquired in an offseason trade with the Bulls. Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The sharp-shooting Korver attracted attention from several teams and opted for the Hawks’ four-year, $24 million offer. The deal pays him less annually than he was offered from others teams. “Kyle was a key contributor for us last season, and we’re thrilled to retain him,” Hawks general manager Danny Ferry said in a statement. “He is a tremendous competitor and an important presence for our team both on and off the court.” Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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Korver was wooed by several teams in search of a sharpshooter, most notably Milwaukee, San Antonio and Brooklyn. The Nets, though, were limited to offering a three-year deal worth just under $10 million to Korver, who also received a three-year offer from the Bucks worth an estimated $21 million that, sources said, he turned down. ESPN.com

Marc Stein: Why do Nets now believe they no shot at sharpshooter Kyle Korver? Word is Bucks, for one, offering Korver three-year deal worth $20 million. Several teams, I'm told, pitching Korver financial offers Nets can't match. So fears of rivals who felt BKN had him sewn up proved unfounded. Twitter @ESPNSteinLine

July 1, 2013 Updates

Howard Beck: Nets are "hopeful" of landing Kyle Korver, I'm told. They will have to spend mini-MLE to get him, which would rule out Bogdanovic this year Twitter @HowardBeckNYT

The Nets, though, are already strong favorites to land sharpshooter Kyle Korver, according to another team eager to sign Korver. The list of teams interested in Korver is rather long, frankly, but one rival GM told ESPN.com early Monday: "I'm hearing that Brooklyn has Korver in the bag." ESPN.com

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