Leo Beas: The Sacramento Kings today waived guards Jordan Farmar and Isaiah Cousins, according to VLADE DIVAC
The Sacramento Kings today signed free agent guard Jordan Farmar, according to Vice President of Basketball Operations and General Manager Vlade Divac. Per team policy, terms of the agreement were not disclosed.
David 'Dubi' Pick: Source: Sacramento agreed on deal with Jordan Farmar - finished season under Dave Joerger in Memphis.
Ira Winderman: The Grizzlies have released Briante Weber and signed Jordan Farmar. Weber is playoff eligible and free to be signed by any NBA team.
Ronald Tillery: NBA veteran point guard Jordan Farmar will join Griz tomorrow in Phoenix, source confirmed
Shams Charania: Free agent Jordan Farmar will sign a deal with the Grizzlies, league sources tell The Vertical. Farmar worked out for Memphis this week.
He looked into the stands Wednesday night during the Grizzlies’ home loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves and caught a glimpse of veteran guard Jordan Farmar. Yes, that Jordan Farmar – the 29-year-old point guard who is best known for his five seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers. The Grizzlies are being coy about second-year guard Jordan Adams but are expected to take a look at Farmar as a possible addition to help their injury situation. Three of the four players working on a 10-day contract with the Griz will see their deals expire this weekend. They could be offered a second 10-day stay or the Griz could opt to experiment with other players.
Tommy Beer: Teams with the most cap space this offseason – via @spotrac: 1. Knicks – $52.6 million 2. Spurs – $48 million 3. Mavericks – $33.5 million 4. Thunder – $30 million 5. Grizzlies – $24.4 million 6. Raptors – $22.1 million 7. Heat – $20.4 million 8. Hornets – $16.8 million
August 1, 2021 | 5:54 pm EDT Update
The Warriors have been subject to rumors of trading away Andrew Wiggins, James Wiseman, their two 2021 lottery picks — Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody — and possibly even future draft picks. But sources within the Golden State organization told NBC Sports Bay Area that there is only one player they’d be willing to give all of that away for. And that player isn’t even available yet.
No particular name was mentioned, but it’s hard not to assume Washington Wizards star shooting guard Bradley Beal is the aforementioned player. Beal would be a logical addition to the Warrior, and would be someone who could help get them back on top of the Western Conference, if not the NBA. But Beal has denied wanting a trade out of Washington.
Shams Charania: The Memphis Grizzlies have declined Justise Winslow’s $13 million team option for next season, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium.