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Wade betting on himself with 1-year deal

ESPN's Ramona Shelburne discusses Dwyane Wade's one-year, $20 million deal with Miami: “I can see why this deal makes sense -- they’re sort of giving him back some of the money he’s left on the table. But he did not get the long-term stability he was looking for."

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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

ESPN sources say David West is most likely to wind up with one of two teams after leaving Indiana: San Antonio or Washington

Jeanie: Jim will resign if rebuild fails

Lakers team president Jeanie Buss has said that the team is rebuilding under a deadline. Specifically, she has said, the Lakers need to make a deep run in the playoffs within three years or her brother, Jim, will step down from his post as president of basketball operations. Timeline still in place

Latest NBA offseason news

  • Suns agree to trade three players to Pistons to clear cap space (via multiple reporters)
  • Bucks agree to trade Jared Dudley to Wizards (via Marc Stein & media reports)
  • Sources: Kings offer Wes Matthews 3-yr/$45M deal (via Marc Stein)
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LeBron worth $60M? Maybe ...

Kurt Badenhausen, a senior editor at Forbes says: "Jordan was getting paid $33 million, and that was 30 percent of the Bulls' revenue back then. If you look at 30 percent of the Cavs' revenue, that's $60 million, and I think you can certainly justify LeBron being worth that." Imagining a cap-free NBA

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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

But ESPN sources say Dallas is Wes Matthews' preferred destination -- over both Kings and Raptors -- and that Mavs are favorites to land him

Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

ESPN sources say that the Sacramento Kings have offered Wes Matthews a three-year deal in the $45 million range

Suns split up Morris twins, trade Marcus

Markieff and Marcus played 4 years together at Kansas, and after being apart their rookie season in the NBA, have played together on the Suns since 2012-13. Markieff has shot 49.5% from the field in his NBA career with his brother on court with him, and 43.9% with his brother off court. Marcus was sent to Detroit.

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Kenyon Martin calls it a career

The former No. 1 overall pick told Yahoo: "Thanks to all the fans that supported me over the years. But a time does come when you have to walk away, and the time is now for me. I'm ready for the next chapter of my life."

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Aron Baynes @aronbaynes

Thank you @spurs family. Appreciate the support over the last 3 years. I loved my time & will always remember the great team & community.

No typical Thursday night for Aldridge

It's been an eventful day for the prized free agent -- and it's still going on.

Arash Markazi @ArashMarkazi

Clippers' meeting with DeAndre Jordan is about to begin. It will be his last meeting. I'm hearing Jordan could make a decision by tomorrow.

Pelton: Win-win deal for Pistons, Suns

Kevin Pelton writes the Suns' trade of Marcus Morris, Reggie Bullock and Danny Granger to Detroit gives Phoenix the cap room to sign LaMarcus Aldridge without risking too much if he spurns them. Trade grades (Insider)

Baxter Holmes @BaxterHolmes

Something for Lakers fans to keep an eye on next season — if LAL's 2016 1st-round pick falls outside the first 3 picks, it goes to Philly.

Marc Stein on Spurs' pursuit of Aldridge

"The Spurs don't usually jump into these free agent frenzies. This is the first time they've done this since 2002 with Jason Kidd." Free agency special on ESPN2

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