Free agent star point guard Chris Paul has reached an agreement with the Phoenix Suns on a mammoth deal to return on a four-year contract worth up to $120 million, league sources told Yahoo Sports.
The Miami Heat reportedly have agreed to a three-year deal with veteran guard Kyle Lowry.
Veteran PG Kyle Lowry has signed a three-year contract with the Miami Heat in free agency, according to Vincent Goodwill of Yahoo! Sports. According to Goodwill, the deal will be part of a sign-and-trade agreement. Lowry was an unrestricted free agent after completing a one-year, $30.5 million deal with the Toronto Raptors. He previously had a three-year, $100 million deal with Toronto before signing the one-year deal this past year.
The Phoenix Suns believe Chris Paul could return to the desert.
As the Milwaukee Bucks look to defend their NBA title next year, an upgrade to their bench may be forthcoming.
Among all the teams that missed the playoffs last season, one could argue that the New Orleans Pelicans are under the most pressure for the upcoming 2021 NBA Free Agency period.
Russell Westbrook is now a member of the Lakers, and the move came together just as he and L.A.'s superstars planned it.
The Los Angeles Lakers were on the verge of acquiring Sacramento Kings guard Buddy Hield when a blockbuster Russell Westbrook trade suddenly came together. With the deal still not official, the Lakers could be looking to get the best of both worlds.
Chris Paul appears likely to remain with the Phoenix Suns, but a somewhat surprising team apparently had hopes of luring him away.
The New York Knicks were one of the most active teams during the 2021 NBA Draft. They entered with picks No. 19, 21, 32 and 58. They made three separate deals on the night as they moved back multiple times.
Tristan Thompson has reportedly been traded for the first time in his career.
The Mavericks are finalizing a trade that would send swingman Josh Richardson to the Celtics, Shams Charania of The Athletic tweets.
The Los Angeles Lakers seem intent on shaking up their roster on the night of the NBA Draft, as they’re nearing a trade that would land them Washington Wizards point guard Russell Westbrook.
The Memphis Grizzlies selected Stanford forward Ziaire Williams with the No. 10 pick in the 2021 NBA Draft on Thursday, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski
Don MacLean is a former NBA forward who has spent most of this decade training NBA Draft picks during the pre-draft process. Until a few months ago, the player he trained who he thought was the most NBA-ready was Donovan Mitchell. His answer changed in the last few months. It’s now the man he calls Donovan Mitchell 2.0: Davion Mitchell.
The Miami Heat are a team that made the NBA Finals during the 2019-20 season behind the performances of their two All-Stars, Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo. While the duo had a great run to the Finals during the NBA bubble, they were quickly eliminated in the first round by the Milwaukee Bucks this season. While the Bucks were clearly a better team, that doesn't mean that the Miami Heat won't be able to compete in the future.
The 2021 NBA Draft is now just hours away, which means the beginning of free agency is not far behind.
The Nets have had conversations with teams involving veteran DeAndre Jordanahead of Thursday's NBA Draft, sources confirmed to SNY NBA Insider Ian Begley.
The Toronto Raptors were one of the biggest winners during the NBA Draft Lottery. The team went into the lottery in the seventh spot but moved up to No. 4 in the draft.
The Los Angeles Lakers have been one of the teams included most prominently in NBA trade rumors this offseason. After being eliminated in the first round of the 2021 postseason by the Phoenix Suns, changes are going to be made in Los Angeles.
The New York Knicks are doing their best to get into the lottery with the 2021 NBA Draft quickly approaching later this week.
The Miami Heat are a team that could potentially make a splash for a star. Jimmy Butler and Bam Adebayo are a great duo, but it is clear that the team is another piece away from contention. Despite their Finals' run in the bubble, they were unable to get far in the playoffs this year, and perhaps acquiring a player who could help on the offensive end is in order.
Kyle Lowry is going to be one of the most coveted players on the free agent market, and with good reason. The veteran point guard is a six-time NBA All-Star whose shooting and defense make him a strong fit for virtually any type of roster. The Miami Heat, Philadelphia 76ers and Los Angeles Lakers pursued him at the trade deadline, and while all three are expected to pursue him in free agency this offseason, according to The Athletic's Shams Charania, a new team has seemingly entered the mix as well.
It has been well talked about that Kawhi Leonard would opt-out of his contract with the Clippers this summer, then re-sign with them for the max (either on a short-term deal or for the full five years).
The NBA Finals are now in the books which means teams gonna start to set their sights on the offseason. For the Philadelphia 76ers, this could meet sending away a player that was want to view as one of their cornerstones. Ben Simmons could be one of the biggest storylines this offseason and it is going to take place very soon.