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January 10, 2015 Updates

Sources told ESPN.com that the Pelicans have been recruited to join the trade struck Friday by the Celtics and Grizzlies by sending Rivers to Boston and taking on guard Quincy Pondexter from the Grizzlies. On Friday, as ESPN.com first reported, Boston and Memphis came to terms on the larger elements of a deal, with the Celtics agreeing to send Green to the Grizzlies for Tayshaun Prince's $7.7 million expiring contract and a future first-round pick. ESPN.com

Marc Stein: Remains to be seen if deal is pushed through today or if it waits until league office opens Monday. But the three teams have agreed to terms Twitter @ESPNSteinLine

The Memphis Grizzlies, on the brink of strengthening themselves for a deep run into the Western Conference playoffs, are working to finalize a three-team deal to acquire Boston Celtics forward Jeff Green, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Memphis, Boston and New Orleans are in the advanced stages of a deal framework that would send the Grizzlies' Tayshaun Prince, New Orleans' John Salmons and a future Memphis first-round pick to the Celtics, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Yahoo! Sports

Memphis would send forward Quincy Pondexter to the Pelicans and New Orleans would send Russ Smith to the Grizzlies in the proposed deal, sources said. Boston and Memphis believe they can complete the Green trade without New Orleans, but the Grizzlies want to move Pondexter before Green and his $9.2 million salary joins Memphis, sources said. Memphis is still discussing other deals for Pondexter around the NBA, but the focus on Friday night had been completing the trade with New Orleans, sources told Yahoo. Yahoo! Sports

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Nakia Hogan: Monty Williams said Tyreke Evans has been ill the past couple days. He will check with Evans & training staff before making decision. Twitter @nakiahogan

New Orleans Pelicans shooting guard Eric Gordon, who has missed 21 games with a shoulder injury, says he expects to start in Monday night's home game against Washington. The Pelicans have also announced that Tyreke Evans is ill and that his status for the game is questionable. The club has officially listed Gordon as probable. ESPN.com

 

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