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The Milwaukee Bucks are offering Kyle Korver a three-year contract worth $20 million.
These more lucrative offers have led the Brooklyn Nets out of the chase for Korver.
The Bucks traded J.J. Redick on Tuesday.
Korver played for the Atlanta Hawks last season.
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According to Marc Stein of ESPN, the Milwaukee Bucks have made a three-year, $20 million offer to free agent Kyle Korver. Why do Nets now believe they no shot at sharpshooter Kyle Korver? Word is Bucks, for one, offering Korver three-year deal worth $20 million. Korver was rumored to be a top target for the Brooklyn Nets and [...]The post Report: Milwaukee Bucks make three-year...
With all the speculation of Kyle Korver leaving for Brooklyn or maybe even Milwaukee, the nine-year veteran decided to stay put and play for the Atlanta Hawks. Korver is set to make $24 million over the next 4 seasons with the Atlanta Hawks.
Brooklyn was first to offer Kyle a contract but were limited to only given him a three-year deal worth $10 million...
A person with knowledge of the deal says the Atlanta Hawks have reached an agreement to re-sign guard-forward Kyle Korver to a multiyear deal.
The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the deal has not been officially announced.
Korver averaged 10.9 points per game and ranked second in the NBA by making 45.7 percent of his 3-point shots. Korver...
Kyle Korver has decided to re-sign with the Atlanta Hawks on a four-year, $24 million contract.
Korver was initially linked to the Brooklyn Nets, but the market escalated beyond what the team could afford to pay based on salary cap restraints.
The Milwaukee Bucks and San Antonio Spurs had also been interested in signing Korver.
The Milwaukee Bucks have agreed to sign-and-trade free-agent shooting guard J.J. Redick to the Los Angeles Clippers as part of a sign-and-trade, according to multiple reports.
Redick has agreed to a four-year, 27 million contract, which will be sent to the Clippers. Phoenix will receive Los Angeles point guard Eric Bledsoe and small forward Caron Butler and will send small forward...
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The Milwaukee Bucks are once again in re-building mode. Letting go of Monta Ellis, trading J.J. Redick and only getting back 2nd round picks, and drafting Giannis Antetokounmpo are all obvious signs that the Bucks are trying to get better by actually getting worse. However, the Bucks may also be making these moves to clear up cap space in hopes of landing a good...
After the first few days of the NBA free agency period, all was quiet on the Hawks front.The Hawks reportedly were among the few teams able to land a meeting with the biggest name on the market in Atlanta native Dwight Howard on Monday. Howard will spend the next few days mulling offers, according to Yahoo! Sports, before announcing his decision on July 10.While teams could begin...
The Bucks aren't done reshaping their roster.
One day after including J.J. Redick in a three-team trade, Milwaukee is close to agreeing to a multiyear deal with swingman O.J. Mayo, according to Yahoo! Sports.
Mayo, a five-year veteran, played with the Mavericks last season, averaging 15.3 points, 3.5 rebounds and 4.4 assists. Mayo would fill the vacancy left by Redick and the...
J.J. Redick is headed to Los Angeles, signing with the Clippers in a sign-and-trade deal that also involves the Suns and Bucks. The Clippers also acquired Jared Dudley from the Suns. The Suns acquired Eric Bledsoe and the Bucks acquired two second round Draft picks.
Redick has snuck under the radar as a free agent this summer after being a solid role player for a Playoff-caliber...
The Milwaukee Bucks are moving closer to a deal with O.J. Mayo.
Mayo spent last season with the Dallas Mavericks.
Mayo would presumably replace free agent Monta Ellis.
There is a team in LA gunning for a championship, and its not the Lakers.