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Monta Ellis is one of the top shooting guards on the free-agent market who wants to play for a contender and is drawing interest from Mavs, Hawks, Lakers, Bulls and Knicks. Ellis was the Bucks leading scorer in 2012-13, contributing 19.2 points per game along with 6.0 assists and 3.9 rebounds. According to Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today: The Dallas Mavericks and Atlanta Hawks — both teams with significant salary cap space — are two teams who have shown strong interest in Ellis and two teams Ellis has an interest in, according to multiple people with direct knowledge of Ellis’ situation. [...] Other teams have shown interest — such as the Los Angeles Lakers, Chicago Bulls and New York Knicks — but those teams are handcuffed by salary cap restrictions and would need to make other moves in order to accommodate Ellis, who is willing to find common ground between salary and playing for a contender.
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The Dallas Mavericks have contacted point guard Monta Ellis during the first day of free agency Monday according to sources.
Ellis, 27, signed a six-year, 66 million contact with the Golden State Warriors in 2008 and was traded to the Milwaukee Bucks last season where he averaged 19.2 points, 3.9 rebounds and six assists last season.
Ellis opted out of the final year his six-year...
As free agency is set to begin in a few hours when midnight approaches, rumors have already been swirling around the media of possible destinations where the 2013 free agent crop can land.
According to Yahoo! Sports' Marc Spears, the San Antonio Spurs could be a possible team that could take a look at Milwaukee Bucks free agent guard Monta Ellis.
A trio of contenders...
As many are well aware of, Monta Ellis declined a contract that would pay him $11 million next season from the Milwaukee Bucks, which has allowed him to explore his options with other teams. A new team has emerged as a possible landing spot for Ellis and that’s the New York Knicks via Ken Berger: [...]The post Report: New York Knicks express interest in Monta Ellis appeared first...
Monta Ellis has received interest from the New York Knicks, Chicago Bulls, San Antonio Spurs, Denver Nuggets and Phoenix Suns as free agency began.
The Knicks only have the $3.2 million taxpayer mid-level exception available.
Ellis walked away from a deal that would have paid him $11 million next season with the Milwaukee Bucks.
DALLAS -- The Dallas Mavericks have contacted free-agent guard Monta Ellis during the first day of NBA free agency, a source told FOX Sports Southwest and DallasBasketball.com on Monday.Ellis, who averaged 19.2 points, 3.9 rebounds and six assists last season with the Bucks, opted out of the final year of his contract and forfeited a guaranteed 11 million a gamble that seems ill...
DALLAS -- Monta Ellis's camp tells FOX Sports Southwest and DallasBasketball.com that the electric guard has been contacted by the Dallas Mavericks as part of Monday's opening of NBA free-agent shopping. Where does Dallas rank him? That's an empty exercise without proper context.
"Do The Mavs Like Monta Ellis?" The answer is 'yes,' depending on bridging...
The Milwaukee Bucks were given an undisclosed amount from Brandon Jennings' camp that he would accept to re-sign.
Jennings is a restricted free agent and the Bucks have publicly said that they would match any offer sheet he signs.
The Bucks would prefer to sign Jennings outright before he signs an offer sheet with a rival team.
The Bucks were linked to a trade for Eric Bledsoe...
MILWAUKEE -- When the clock struck midnight on the east coast, NBA free agency officially began. While it was still June 30 in Milwaukee, Bucks general manager John Hammond was ready to go.
Teams can't officially sign free agents until July 10, but July 1 is the first day teams can negotiate with free agents. Players can give verbal commitments to teams and then sign on July...
The Dallas Mavericks have contacted point guard Monta Ellis during
the first day of free agency Monday, sources have told FOX Sports
The Los Angeles Clippers and Milwaukee Bucks are discussing a deal involving Eric Bledsoe for J.J. Redick.
Redick is an unrestricted free agent and would have to come to the Clippers via a sign-and-trade.
Bledsoe is the Clippers' best asset to improve the roster around Chris Paul.
Brandon Jennings is a restricted free agent for the Bucks. A trade for Bledsoe would almost certainly...
As was noted on Monday, multiple teams are seeking free agent Tony Allen - elite perimeter defender – in the even Memphis isn’t the spot for Allen next season. There’s been reported rumors that the Clippers organization was interested in him with Doc Rivers as the new head coach, but it was reported Monday evening that Denver, [...]The post Report: Many suitors for Tony Allen...
Free agency is less than 24 hours old, and the Milwaukee Bucks have already lost one of their free agents to a divisional foe.Mike Dunleavy Jr. has agreed to a two-year, 6 million contract with the Chicago Bulls, FOXSportsWisconsin.com has learned. Dunleavy can officially sign his contract when free agency opens on July 10.
After spending the first nine years of his career with...
If you visited Project Spurs Monday, you saw a variety of free agency related articles that kicked off right after 11:00 PM CST as the ‘Spurs are interested in Monta Ellis’ report started the day.
From there, news came out about the Spurs being interested in Minnesota forward Andrei Kirilenko, Phoenix Suns center Marcin Gortat, Atlanta center Zaza Pachuila, and their own...
Today was the first day of NBA free agency. Here are the latest rumors
- Chris Paul agrees to 5 year deal worth $107 to stay with the Clippers.
-Bucks, Suns, and Pistons are going after J.R. Smith.
-The New York Knicks have interest in Monta Ellis.
- Greg Oden is receiving interest from multiple teams.
-The Warriors are putting David Lee on the trade block.
- The Mavs allow Darren...