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Adrian Wojnarowski: Didi Louzada has agreed on a new four-year deal with the New Orleans Pelicans, his agent Aylton Tesch tells ESPN.
Will Guillory: The Pelicans have declined the team option on forward Didi Louzada, per league source. The 2019 2nd round pick played 3 games with the Pels last season after spending a couple years in Australia.
Andrew Lopez: Pelicans have declined the team option on Didi Louzada, sources confirm. However, sources say the team also extended a qualifying offer to Louzada with the hope of keeping him long term.
Will Guillory: Didi Louzada is expected to sign a two-year deal with the Pelicans some time next week, per sources. Louzada, a 2019 2nd round pick, recently left the Sydney Kings in Australia to join the Pelicans in New Orleans.
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Mark Medina: I asked Clippers owner Steve Ballmer for his outlook on team winning an NBA title before leaving Staples Center in 2024: “I want to win a championship. I think we’ll be able to compete for a championship.”
Caleb Martin is going from a standard NBA contract with the Charlotte Hornets to a two-way deal with the Miami Heat, but he doesn’t view it as a demotion. Martin, who turns 26 on Sept. 28, sees it as an opportunity to “show everybody that I belong” after he was waived by the Hornets in August.
“The culture and the reputation were the big things that caught my eye,” Martin said to the Miami Herald of what intrigued him about the Heat. “Obviously, the coaching staff and just everybody that’s involved over here. One of the things they said was they’re big on development. They’re going to work with me and do the best they can to make me the best player I can be. They think this is a great spot for me in terms of my playing style and I agree with that.”