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The Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks have reportedly discussed a sign-and-trade deal that would send send free agent Brandon Jennings to the Hawks and restricted free agent point guard Jeff Teague to the Bucks.
According to Marc Stein of ESPN:
Sources briefed on the situation told ESPN.com that the Hawks and Bucks have in recent days discussed a sign-and-trade deal to land Brandon Jennings in Atlanta and send fellow restricted free agent Jeff Teague to Milwaukee to reunite with former Hawks coach Larry Drew. ESPN.com reported early in free agency that the Bucks, at Drew’s behest, had interest.
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The Atlanta Hawks are scraping to find a new identity, after Josh Smith agreed to 4-year, $56 million deal with the Detroit Pistons on Saturday. The Hawks, who have already agreed to a 2-year, $19 million deal with free agent, power forward, Paul Milsap, are desperately looking to add guard help and have been in contact with the Milwaukee Bucks on a potential sign-n-trade deal that...
The Atlanta Hawks and Milwaukee Bucks have held discussions in recent days involving sign-and-trades of Brandon Jennings for Jeff Teague.
Larry Drew, formerly head coach of the Hawks and now with the Bucks, would like to acquire Teague.
The Hawks would have to give up their pursuit of Monta Ellis knowing that the backcourt pairing has already failed to yield positive results.
The Milwaukee Bucks have agreed to a three-year, 16 million contract with free-agent center Zaza Pachulia, according to multiple reports.
Pachulia, 29, returns to the Bucks after spending the last eight seasons with the Atlanta Hawks. The 6-foot-11 center averaged 5.9 points and 6.5 rebounds per game last season with the Hawks.
Drafted in the second round of the 2003 NBA Draft...
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Monta Ellis may not have been as coveted as Dwight Howard or Chris Paul, but the streaking shooting guard still has his list of suitors for his services.
ESPN.com is reporting that Ellis has narrowed his choices to the Hawks, Kings, Mavericks and Bobcats. and will make a decision in the next 48 hours.
Ellis is hoping to land a deal in the three-year $36 million range, even though...
The Bucks have been the subject of some recent rumors lately. Earlier, I reported that they were in the mix for J.R. Smith, but then the Knicks ended re-signing J.R. Smith, which shot that rumor down. Now another rumor has surfaced, courtesy of Kurt Helin of Pro Basketball Talk on NBC Sports and Gery Woelfel of the Journal Times, which is that the Milwaukee Bucks are one of four...
The Milwaukee Bucks are bringing another familiar face back to town.
Free-agent small forward Carlos Delfino and the Bucks have agreed to a two-year, 6.5 million contract including a team option for a third year that could make the deal worth 9.75, a league source confirmed Sunday evening.
Delfino, 30, spent last season with the Houston Rockets, averaging 10.6 points, 3.3 rebounds...
The Atlanta Hawks interested in acquiring a top-level shooting guard, and reports suggest that Bucks free agent guard Monta Ellis is at the top of their list according to Marc Stein of ESPN.
Just as they did at February's trade deadline, Hawks have Monta Ellis in their sights in July free agency. Linkage: http://t.co/wh2Vlcxw1w
— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 7, 2013...
According to a report by Chris Broussard of ESPN:
Monta Ellis, one of the premier free agents remaining on the market, has whittled his list to four teams and is hoping to choose his destination within the next 36 to 48 hours, a source close to the situation said on Tuesday.
Ellis has pared his list to the Atlanta Hawks, Sacramento Kings, Dallas Mavericks and Charlotte Bobcats...
With each passing day, Hawks general manager Danny Ferry is providing greater clarity as to what next seasons team will look like and, to a lesser extent, what the long-range picture of the team will be.
At some of the key junctures of his short tenure -- most notably when he was introduced last June, at last years NBA Draft and at the trading deadline this past season -- Ferry...
The pursuit of Monta Ellis is beginning to heat up as teams are looking to fill in with an elite scorer. The offensive-minded shooting guard turned down a reported 3-year, $36 million extension with Milwaukee looking for a better situation. It appears three teams have narrowed in on him as his best options.
Marc Stein of ESPN.com reports the Hawks continue to be interested in...
Devin Harris will reportedly sign with the Dallas Mavericks on a 3-year deal worth $9 million. Harris, a combo-guard, averaged 9.9 points and 3.4 assists in 24.5 minutes per game last season with the Hawks.
According to Tim McMahon of ESPN:
The Dallas Mavericks and guard Devin Harris are close to finalizing a three-year deal worth in excess of $9 million, sources told ESPN.com’s...
Reportedly the Cleveland Cavaliers made a $24 million (with incentives) offer to Andrew Bynum on Monday; the newest report from Ken Berger states the enigmatic center will be meeting with the Atlanta Hawks on Tuesday, as well as, making his final decision. Andrew Bynum is meeting with Hawks officials in Atlanta on Tuesday and expects [...]The post Report: Atlanta Hawks to meet with...
The Dallas Mavericks agreed to a three-year, $9 million deal with Devin Harris, according to a league source.
Harris, 30, averaged 9.9 points and 3.4 assists as a part-time starter last season for the Atlanta Hawks.
Harris spent his first three-and-a-half seasons with the Mavericks before being traded to the Nets in exchange for Jason Kidd.