Albert Nahmad: Mavs had to waive Salah Mejri to create the necessary roster spot to complete the trade of Harrison Barnes for Justin Jackson and Zach Randolph. Three days later, they re-signed him. Mejri pocketed an extra $531K for his trouble.
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Marc Stein: The Mavericks have re-signed center Salah Mejri. Dallas had to waive Mejri to make roster room for the incoming Kings in the Harrison Barnes trade but have quickly brought back Luka Doncic’s former Real Madrid teammate.
Mike Fisher: #Mavs have officially re-resigned center Salah Mejri. @1053thefan
Marc Stein: One-year league minimum deal for Salah Mejri to stay with the Mavericks, according to league sources. Dallas’ desire to bring Mejri back only rose after the draft-night acquisition of his former Real Madrid teammate Luka Doncic
Paul Garcia: Salah Mejri has re-signed with the Mavs per his agency.
Shams Charania: Sources: As Dallas remains engaged on DeAndre Jordan talks with the Clippers, Mavericks have rescinded qualifying offer tender on Salah Mejri.
Eddie Sefko: The Mavericks have extended offer sheets to Yogi Ferrell, Doug McDermott and Salah Mejri, making all of them restricted free agents on July 1. Deadline for each is Friday.
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“John Havlicek is one of the most accomplished players in Boston Celtics history, and the face of many of the franchise’s signature moments,’’ the Celtics said in a statement. “John was kind and considerate, humble and gracious. He was a champion in every sense, and as we join his family, friends, and fans in mourning his loss, we are thankful for all the joy and inspiration he brought to us.’’
Mark Murphy: Bob Cousy and Tom Heinsohn confirm that John Havlicek has passed after a long bout with Parkinson’s Disease. Heinsohn: “A great athlete. The sad part is what he endured the last couple of years.”
Chris Forsberg: Tommy Heinsohn on John Havlicek: “He’s still the all-time leading scorer, isn’t he, with the Celtics? And justifiably so. He gets lost in the brouhaha over the [eras around him]… He became a total star.”
Orlando Magic president of operations Jeff Weltman said Thursday the franchise wants to bring back leading scorer and rebounder Nikola Vucevic, who is set to hit free agency. Weltman added a caveat: the All-Star center will have numerous suitors.
“Bringing Vooch back is a priority,” Weltman said. “That being said, Vooch is going to have a lot of teams who will make him a priority for them, too. We will meet with his representatives at the appropriate time. Hopefully we can get something done. It’s the NBA, and I always say there’s a lot of real estate between the intentions and what gets done.”