Anyways, today I’m going to give you updates on NBA.
Dwight Howard is going to be on the Houston Rockets? Well, he met with their team. Free agency opened at midnight EDT, contracts can’t be signed until July 10. Rockets’ fan get ready for Howard!
Detroit Pistons meets an Atlanta Hawk free agent, Josh Smith at the beginning of free agency. However, no offer was made. The Pistons are most likely won’t offer Smith the max.
The Denver Nuggets player, Andre Iguodala is going to meet with Pistons, New Orleans Pelicans, Sacramento Kings, Golden State Warriors. Denver Nuggets are willing to offer him a contract extension when they see him on Monday. Iguodala opted out of a $16 million contract for next season, but a hefty extension could certainly lure him back.
The New Orleans Pelicans are interested at Kings’ restricted free agent Tyreke Evans and Oklahoma City Thunders’ free agent Kevin Martin. The Pelicans met with Evans early Monday morning, and they were prepared to make a big offer. The team could potentially clear nearly $13 million in cap space to sign Evans to an offer sheet outright. If the Pelicans is unable to get Evans or Iguodala, they will push to Martin. The OKC Thunders are mostly won’t re-sign Martin because of the luxury tax consequences. Martin is also interested in the Pistons, Dallas Mavericks, Minnesota Timberwolves and Milwaukee Bucks.
The Orlando Magic player J.J. Redick and the Dallas Maverick player O.J. Mayo will probably switch teams. The Milwaukee Bucks and the Minnesota Timberwolves are interested in J.J. Redick. The Timberwolves said they would commit serious money to get Redick. The Wolves are reportedly meeting Tuesday with J.J. Redick. For Mayo, he met with the Timberwolves at the beginning of free agency and has several more meetings scheduled for Monday. Mayo is also going to meet with the Pistons, Bucks, Los Angeles Clippers, and Utah Jazz.