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The Dallas Mavericks reached out to free-agent guard Monta Ellis, a source told FOX Sports Southwest.
Ellis, 27, averaged 19.2, six assists and 3.9 rebounds last season with the Bucks. But the electric guard opted out the final year of his deal. Full story ...
Warriors shopping Lee? David Lee could be on the move.
The Warriors are dangling the All-Star power forward in potential trade offers, according to Yahoo! Sports. Full story...
Pistons wooing Josh Smith? The Pistons have reportedly focused their free-agent efforts on one star.
Detroit is planning to make a "substantial" offer to forward Josh Smith, according to Yahoo! Sports. The deal will reportedly be for four years. Full story...
Pacers make offer to Hansbrough, seek to re-sign West The Indiana Pacers started free agency by announcing they have made a qualifying offer to backup forward Tyler Hansbrough and were starting the task of re-signing David West. Full story...
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Free agent shooting guard Monta Ellis, who led the Bucks in scoring last season, is reportedly drawing interest from the Atlanta Hawks and Dallas Mavericks.
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...
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...
David West has agreed to stay with the Indiana Pacers
Since signing David West two years ago, the Indiana Pacers have become one of the NBA’s toughest teams. After two years solid years with the Indiana, West and the Pacers saw themselves one game of the NBA Finals this past season. They would lose Game 7 of the Eastern Conference Finals to the eventual champion Miami Heat, but...
Indiana Pacers: David West Signing Grade
By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher, Hoopstuff…
David West Contract: 3 years, 36 million
- David West has been very important for the Pacers the last two years. He is an excellent leader and scorer, both in the post and with his mid-range jump shot and is a very solid rebounder and defender. Even in his 30′s, he is still very effective...
The Dallas Mavericks have contacted point guard Monta Ellis during
the first day of free agency Monday, sources have told FOX Sports
David West and the Indiana Pacers are finalizing a three-year deal worth $36 million, according to sources. The third season will likely be a player option.
West was first signed by the Pacers in the 2011 offseason.
West will turn 33 in August and the length of the deal was undoubtedly a concern for the Pacers.
The free-agency ferris wheel continues spinning, as David West goes back to the Pacers for 3 years and $36 million, and Tiago Splitter to the Spurs for 4 years and $36m. Splitter would’ve signed for more of course, but LeBron took $5million of leverage from him in the playoffs when he shoved half of his swagger into the third row.
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With the addition of Danny Granger next season, this move cements the Pacers as a force in the East.
He wanted to come back.
The team adamantly let it be known they wanted him back.
So, it is no shock that David West and the Indiana Pacers have reached a verbal agreement to finalize a 3-year deal, worth a reported $36 million according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. Instead, the shocker could come for another member of the Pacers now that West is back.
The news of...
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...