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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Memphis Grizzlies claimed ex-Knicks guard Tony Wroten off of waivers Friday. The Knicks released Wroten on Wednesday after signing him late in the season. New York at one point appeared optimistic that Wroten could help them next season, so the decision to waive him was a bit of a surprise. Wroten now returns to Memphis, which selected him in the first round of the 2012 draft.

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Difficult to get any definitive read on Hassan Whiteside's leanings entering free agency other than he's going in seemingly completely open-minded about all possibilities, both staying in Miami or signing elsewhere.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Here we go: Elhassan, Windhorst and moi convene on @ESPNRadio for the next three hours. It's the #NBAInsiders from 4 PM to 7 PM Eastern!

Michael Wallace ESPN Staff Writer 

Best takeaway from Heat center Hassan Whiteside's meeting with the media was that he likes how the tables have turned, from him begging teams for tryouts less than 2 years ago to "now they're calling me" when free agency starts July 1.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

ESPN reported during the Finals that Mike Brown and Ty Corbin had emerged as the top two targets for Golden State to fill Luke Walton's spot

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Ty Corbin going to Phoenix has made Mike Brown a strong contender to land on Steve Kerr's Warriors bench next season, coaching sources say.

Will Howard get paid max money?

Brian Windhorst breaks down which teams may be interested in free agent center Dwight Howard, as well as if anyone would offer him a max contract. Gauging Howard's market

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Fran Fraschilla @franfraschilla

Finally, on subject, I think there are more fundamentally sound American NBA players now since 1-and-done era started. Can get better, tho.

Count on Lakers moving fast on Whiteside

Brian Windhorst believes the Lakers will buck past trends of not spending on marquee free agents and pay Hassan Whiteside with the large amount of cap space they have available.


Easy decision for Kyrie to play in Rio

Kyrie Irving's good health and possibly a final chance to play for Mike Krzyzewski, his former college coach, are among the reasons why Irving will play in the Summer Olympics.