Shams Charania: The Minnesota Timberwolves and forward Cam Reynolds have agreed to terms on a multiyear contract, league sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium. Reynolds‘ second 10-day was set to expire next week.
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Cameron Reynolds: Extremely blessed to have made it this far! Thank you to the Timberwovles organization on believing in me! #AllEyesNorth
James Ham: According to an NBA source, the Sacramento Kings have waived Cam Reynolds and Kalin Lucas, bringing their roster to 15.
Shams Charania: Two more undrafted commitments: Oregon State’s Drew Eubanks joining the San Antonio Spurs‘ summer league team; Tulane’s Cameron Reynolds signing free-agent deal with the Sacramento Kings.
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May 23, 2019 | 2:47 pm EDT Update
Chris Mannix: Kevin Durant is unlikely to be ready to play when the NBA Finals open on May 30th, per Warriors. Team is hopeful he can return during the series. @Kevin Durant has yet to begin on-court activities.
Mark Kreidler: Warriors announce that Durant hasn’t been cleared to return to on-court activity. Team says it’s “hopeful” that “at some point” he plays in NBA Finals. Cousins is more likely at this point.
Mark Medina: Warriors say they “anticipate” DeMarcus Cousins will play at some point in the NBA Finals. Warriors they are “hopeful” Kevin Durant plays at some point in the NBA Finals. But nothing is certain. Warriors will re-evaluate both players on Wednesday
Tim Bontemps: The NBA has announced its All-NBA teams. By being named to one of the three teams, Damian Lillard is now eligible for four-year, $191 million extensions this summer, and Kemba Walker is eligible to sign a five-year, $221 million deal as a free agent July 1. No Beal or Thompson.
Rod Boone: It’s third-team Alll-NBA team honors for Kemba Walker. That means he’s eligible for the supermax contract, which in his case is five years, $221 million. Equates to a salary of $38.2 million per season. Now GM Mitch Kupchak has the financial parameters he must work with.
Christopher Hine: The league just released its All-NBA teams. Karl-Anthony Towns DID NOT make it. Rudy Gobert beat him out for the third team. His 5-year extension will be worth around $158 million instead of $190 million.