posted on Jul, 23 2004 @ 02:11 PM
Big Dog could end up in Dallas
The Inquirer's Marc Narducci reports that the Mavericks are rumored to be talking to the Sixers about swapping Antoine Walker for Glenn Robinson.
Mavericks may make bid for Gooden
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The Star-Telegram's Art Garcia reports that the Magic could trade Drew Gooden and Andrew DeClercq to the Mavericks for Jerry Stackhouse or Christian
Nets still in hunt for Abdur-Rahim
The Blazers may have resumed talks with the Nets about a deal involving Shareef Abdur-Rahim. The Oregonian's Jason Quick reports that the Blazers
could also target Trenton Hassell, Wesley Person, Eric Williams or Steven Hunter
Agent hopes meeting will help get Crawford deal done
Newsday's Greg Logan reports that Jamal Crawford's agent is hoping to set up a face-to-face meeting between Knicks president Isiah Thomas and Bulls GM
John Paxson. The Knicks would like to work out a sign-and-trade deal for Crawford, but have yet to agree with the Bulls on the players that would be
Heat not Horry's only option
Although the Heat are interested in Robert Horry, his agent told the Herald's Stephen F. Holder that the Spurs forward is "exploring a couple serious
options". The Heat could also make a bid for Karl Malone.
76ers eyeing Mavs' Walker?
"One trade rumor that won't die suggests that forward Antoine Walker of the Dallas Mavericks could be reunited with the Sixers' new coach, Jim
O'Brien, who coached him in Boston... According to an NBA source, one of the players the Sixers have offered for Walker is Glenn Robinson, who is
going into the final year of his contract, a year in which he will be paid $12 million."
Crawford a fan of NY
" If Jamal Crawford and agent Aaron Goodwin have anything to say about it, the restricted free- agent guard will be in a Knicks uniform next season.
Goodwin is working so hard to broker a deal that he has asked Knicks president Isiah Thomas and Bulls general manager John Paxson if they would agree
to a face-to-face meeting in the next few days."
Jazz still have to re-sign Williams
"The Jazz will re-sign restricted free agent big man Jarron Collins today, leaving a deal with restricted free agent guard Mo Williams the last
significant roster move Utah must address. There may be interest in Williams from elsewhere, but O'Connor said he planned to speak with Williams'
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[Edited on 23/7/04 by TRD]