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Basketball: NBA Rumors (July 04)

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posted on Jul, 18 2004 @ 06:02 PM
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Knick Vanexel?
New York Post


"The Knicks are getting infinitesimally close to solidifying a sign-and-trade arrangement with the Warriors accenting epicenter Erick Dampier... Aside from acquiring Dampier, the Knicks may be obliged to relieve the Warriors of Nick Van Exel's bloated contract."

Walker wants to join Knicks or Sixers
New York Post


"And can Kurt Thomas/Frank Williams be kept out of the equation to use as part payment to obtain Antoine Walker from the Mavericks? As mentioned last Sunday, as long as the deal is reasonable, owner Mark Cuban is willing to satisfy his incompatible (with Dirk Nowitzki) forward's feverish desire to play for the Knicks or the Sixers."

Abdur-Rahim Considering Nets
New York Times


"While the Nets begin to scour the league for suitable replacements for Kenyon Martin, one of the players who might best fit the mold is volunteering: Shareef Abdur-Rahim, the Portland Trail Blazers' power forward."

Thorn could follow Kidd out door
Newsday


"The guess here is Jason Kidd will want to go. Rod Thorn, too. Thorn would be a big loss. A good GM is gold in the NBA."

Collins Deal likely ends Ostertag's stint on Utah roster
Deseret News


"The Jazz have come to terms on a multi-year deal with Jarron Collins, and will sign the 6-foot-11 forward-center on Tuesday, basketball operations senior vice president Kevin O'Connor said Saturday night. By extension: Veteran center Greg Ostertag's career in Utah seemingly will come to a close with nine seasons in the books."

Cavaliers should not even think about trading Ilgauskas
Akron Beacon Journal


"That's why the Zydrunas Ilgauskas trade rumors are ridiculous -- or at least let's hope so. The last thing the Cavaliers need to do is deal their center, who played the best basketball of his career after the All-Star break, averaging 17 points, 7.9 rebounds and shooting 50 percent."

To keep MoPete will test owners
Toronto Star


"Babcock wants to keep restricted free agent Morris Peterson at a cost of $15 million (all figures U.S.) over the next three years, but the GM needs to get approval from the bean counters and directors at MLSE."

Rumor vs. Reality
San Antonio Express-News


" Vince Carter is so upset with the Raptors that he has demanded they trade him to another Eastern Conference team, preferably the Knicks, and the Raptors have no choice but to accommodate him."




posted on Jul, 18 2004 @ 07:30 PM
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Originally posted by TRD
Collins Deal likely ends Ostertag's stint on Utah roster
Deseret News


"The Jazz have come to terms on a multi-year deal with Jarron Collins, and will sign the 6-foot-11 forward-center on Tuesday, basketball operations senior vice president Kevin O'Connor said Saturday night. By extension: Veteran center Greg Ostertag's career in Utah seemingly will come to a close with nine seasons in the books."


And they are dancing in the streets of Salt Lake City...


TRD

posted on Jul, 19 2004 @ 03:27 PM
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Warriors ready to deal Dampier to Knicks
New York Post


The Post's Peter Vecsey and Marc Berman report that the Knicks have a deal in place to ship Nazr Mohammed and Othella Harrington to the Warriors for Erick Dampier. The Hawks, who will meet with Dampier today, are also hoping to sign the free agent.


Divac heading to L.A.
Sacramento Bee


Vlade Divac won't be back with the Kings next season. Divac told the Bee's Martin McNeal that he will sign with either the Lakers or Clippers.


Hassell tops Nuggets' wish list
Rocky Mountain News


The News' Aaron J. Lopez reports that signing Timberwolves free agent Trenton Hassell is now the Nuggets' "top priority".


Rockets shopping for a point guard
Houston Chronicle


The Chronicle's Jonathan Feigen reports that Charlie Ward, Bob Sura, Damon Jones, Mike James, Antonio Daniels, Nick Van Exel and Kevin Ollie are among the guards that the Rockets may try to acquire.


Jones, Horry could land in Miami
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel


Damon Jones and Robert Horry could both sign with the Heat. The Sun-Sentinel's Harvey Fialkov reports that Horry will likely visit with the Heat next week.

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TRD

posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 02:40 PM
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Knicks may be closing in on Dampier
Newark Star-Ledger


The Star-Ledger's Dave D'Alessandro reports that the Hawks may not make an offer to Warriors free agent Erick Dampier after all. If the Hawks pass on Dampier, look for him to go to the Knicks in a sign-and-trade deal for Nazr Mohammed and Othella Harrington.


Carter mum on trade rumors
Toronto Star


The Star's Doug Smith reports that Vince Carter didn't have much to say yesterday when he was asked if he wanted to be back with the Raptors next season. The Raptors could trade Carter to the Knicks, Sonics or Blazers.


Heat on Malone's list
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel


The Sun-Sentinel's Shandel Richardson and Harvey Fialkov report that the Heat are among the teams that Karl Malone could choose to sign with. The Heat may also try to add Robert Horry, Mike James, Damon Jones and Bryon Russell.


Hassell could sign four-year deal with Blazers
St. Paul Pioneer Press


Pioneer Press columnist Charley Walters reports that Timberwolves free agent Trenton Hassell is rumored to have been offered a four-year deal worth $16 million by the Blazers.


Jazz may have to max out Kirilenko
Salt Lake Tribune


The Tribune's Phil Miller reports that Andrei Kirilenko, who will be a restricted free agent after next season, could ask the Jazz for a maximum contract.

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posted on Jul, 20 2004 @ 05:56 PM
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Heat on Malone's list
Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel


The Sun-Sentinel's Shandel Richardson and Harvey Fialkov report that the Heat are among the teams that Karl Malone could choose to sign with. The Heat may also try to add Robert Horry, Mike James, Damon Jones and Bryon Russell.


With all of those players, you'd think the Heat would be the Old Man's
team, they'd need to be sponsored by the manufacturer of those little scooters you see the elderly on...



Jazz may have to max out Kirilenko
Salt Lake Tribune


The Tribune's Phil Miller reports that Andrei Kirilenko, who will be a restricted free agent after next season, could ask the Jazz for a maximum contract.

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He's gonna deserve it, I hope that they can work something out to keep everyone happy...



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