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Shams Charania: Heat free agent Gabe Vincent has agreed to a two-year, $3.5 million deal to return to Miami, his agent Bill Neff tells @TheAthletic @Stadium.
Tim Reynolds: The expectation remains that Gabe Vincent stays with Miami. That was his plan at the Olympics.
Tim Reynolds: Duncan Robinson and Kendrick Nunn have been extended qualifying offers by the Heat, making them restricted free agents. Same goes for Max Strus and Gabe Vincent.
Heat two-way player Gabe Vincent has signed his qualifying offer, according to the team. The qualifying offer is a one-year, two-way contract with a $50K guarantee.
Tim Reynolds: Heat just extended a qualifying offer to Gabe Vincent.
The Heat has rights to both Vincent and Alexander this summer. Miami can convert their two-way deals into regular contracts or offer them another two-way deal during the offseason or preseason. The hope is that each will join the long list of Heat development success stories, including Udonis Haslem, Ike Austin, Voshon Lenard, Duncan Robinson, Kendrick Nunn and others. Ideally, Okpala and Silva — and Vincent and Alexander if two-way players are eligible to play in Orlando — would be able to observe in postseason.
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September 27, 2021 | 10:03 am EDT Update
Towns has publicly committed to the Timberwolves several times, most recently at the end of the 2020–21 season, when he told reporters he wanted to have a career like Tim Duncan and Kobe Bryant, spending it all with one team. According to someone close to Towns, nothing related to that goal was altered in any meaningful way by Rosas’s dismissal. A contract extension is already on his radar.
Tony East: “TJ Warrens situation is one that’s going to take a little longer than we had hoped,” Carlisle says. He’s had a pair of scans in recent weeks, and the one last week revealed “good news,” Carlisle said. “It’s going to take some time,” he added they don’t have a concrete timetable
September 27, 2021 | 9:54 am EDT Update
Zach Lowe: Kyrie Irving is not expected to attend Nets media day today due to New York City health and safety protocols but the Nets fully expect Irving to accompany the team to training camp in San Diego, sources tell @WindhorstESPN and I.
Quinton Mayo: Wizards F Rui Hachimura informed the team and coaching staff via text last week that he’d be absent from the beginning of training camp. Hachimura is using the time to address his mental health, per sources.