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Newz Forum: BASKETBALL: NBA Rumors and News 04/08/04

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posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 04:01 PM
Mavs may use Terry to land Kidd
New York Post

The Post's Fred Kerber reports that the Mavericks may be willing to ship Jason Terry to New Jersey as part of a deal for Jason Kidd.

Abdur-Rahim could be on move again

The Oregonian's Geoffrey C. Arnold reports that the Blazers could trade Shareef Abdur-Rahim to the Timberwolves for Wally Szczerbiak and either Michael Olowokandi or Ervin Johnson.

Knicks still in hunt for Dampier
New York Post

In addition to finalizing a sign-and-trade deal for Jamal Crawford, the Knicks are also getting set to meet with Erick Dampier. The Post's Marc Berman reports that the Warriors may be willing to part with Dampier if the Knicks agree to take on Evan Eschmeyer's contract. There is also talk that the Knicks could deal Stephon Marbury for Vince Carter.

Hawks waiting for word from Dampier
Atlanta Journal-Constitution

The Journal-Constitution's Michael Lee reports that the Hawks are still waiting to find out if Erick Dampier will accept the six-year deal that they have offered him. The Hawks could also sign Bob Sura or Jon Barry.

Nets working on deal with Jefferson
Bergen Record

CEO Rod Thorn told the Record's Steve Adamek that the Nets are "close" to re-signing Richard Jefferson.

Bucks very close to locking up James
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Unrestricted free agent guard Mike James will be introduced as the newest member of the Milwaukee Bucks later this week, once some procedural matters are concluded with the National Basketball Association.

Malone keeps Spurs waiting
San Antonio Express-News

The Spurs have told Malone they are willing to wait until January or February for him to be what he calls '100-Karl Malone percent.' Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich, who is in Europe as an assistant coach for the U.S. Olympic team, talked with Malone before he departed Jacksonville, Fla., with the team on Saturday.

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