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Newz Forum: BASKETBALL: NBA Rumors and News 13/08/04

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posted on Aug, 13 2004 @ 04:47 PM
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Timberwolves may be on Kidd's list
Minneapolis Star Tribune

Star Tribune columnist Sid Hartman writes that there is talk that Jason Kidd has told the Nets that he wants out of New Jersey and that the Timberwolves are one of the teams he would like to be traded to.
 

Grizzlies could target Curry
Memphis Commercial Appeal

The Commercial Appeal's Ronald Tillery reports that the Grizzlies could try to work out a trade for Bulls center Eddy Curry if they fail to land Erick Dampier.

Bird quiets Stojakovic talk
Indianapolis Star

The Star's Sekou Smith reports that Pacers president Larry Bird has called rumors that Ron Artest could be traded to the Kings for Peja Stojakovic "just talk".

Stoudamire thinks Blazers should re-sign Miles
Oregonian

The Oregonian's Jason Quick reports that Damon Stoudamire thinks that the Blazers should sign Darius Miles, a center and a shooter. Stoudamire also advises the Blazers to trade Shareef Abdur-Rahim if they get the right offer.

Gugliotta may return to Minnesota
St. Paul Pioneer Press

Pioneer Press columnist Charley Walters writes that the Timberwolves could sign Tom Gugliotta to a one-year, $1 million contract.

5-year contract could net Allen $100.5 million
Seattle Times

Contrary to published reports, the Sonics have no intention of trading Ray Allen, their leading scorer and co-captain, and are working on a deal that will keep him in Seattle through the 2009-10 season. General manager Rick Sund began conversations with Allen's agents about a five-year contract extension that could pay the four-time All-Star shooting guard as much as $100.5 million.

Big men don't interest Nets
Bergen Record

(GM Ed Stefanski) wouldn't speak of specific players, but according to others involved, the Nets have little or no interest in big men left on the open market such as Keon Clark, Marcus Fizer, and Gary Trent.

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[Edited on 13/8/04 by TRD]




 
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