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Could another veteran small forward be coming to the San Antonio Spurs? Ken Berger of CBS Sports tweeted Tuesday the Spurs were one of six teams to express interest in the Dallas Mavericks' free agent Caron Butler.
"Six teams have expressed early interest in UFA Caron Butler: Nets, Clippers, Bulls, Heat, Spurs and Knicks, per sources. #NBA"
Berger followed up that tweet by saying that the Mavs and Butler's agent have also talked about the forward's return. Interesting to see the Spurs mentioned as a team interested in Butler since they already have three small forwards on their roster. The Nets and Clippers have the most cap space for Butler, while Miami, Chicago and New York are all more appealing destinations than San Antonio, but all of those teams have other needs. Berger also tweeted the Nets and Clippers will first try to land a big fish whether it be via free agency or trade, while the Heat and Knicks are likely to chase a big man before a small forwar...
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As the NBA free-agency period begins the test-the-waters mode, Caron Butler's interest in the Bulls is legitimate, according to league sources.
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Unrestricted free agent Caron Butler has received early interest from six teams, but the Dallas Mavericks are not yet one of them, a source said Wednesday.
As it seems thoughts of adding Caron Butler to the San Antonio Spurs roster may be fleeting with the Bulls reportedly at the top of Butler's wish-list, comes word the Spurs are interested in Josh Howard.According to a tweet from ESPN's Chris Broussard, the Spurs have had discussions with Howard's reps.Howard spent 18 games with the Wizards last season before being...
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Derrick Rose wasn't sure this day would come. With a new collective bargaining agreement tentatively in place, the Chicago Bulls and the rest of the teams opened their doors to players on Thursday in anticipation of practices starting on Dec. 9. Rose, the league's reigning MVP, thought "for a minute toward the end" the season might get cancelled.
David West (kind of like Caron Butler) is an interesting free agent case — he’s 31 and coming off major knee surgery. Combined those are a pretty massive red flag. But he has been a good, borderline All-Star (he made it in 2008 and 2009) forward who is one of the best pick-and-pop bigs in…