posted on Sep, 2 2004 @ 05:28 PM
Blazers aren't shopping Abdur-Rahim
The Oregonian's Jason Quick reports that the Blazers aren't planning to trade Shareef Abdur-Rahim. Abdur-Rahim had said that he would hold out if he
wasn't dealt, but there is talk that he has softened his stance.
Curry meets with Nuggets
The Post's Adam Thompson reports that Raptors free agent Michael Curry visited with the Nuggets yesterday. Bryon Russell and Dion Glover may also
interest the Nuggets
Re-signing Allen Sonics' top priority
The Sonics no longer appear to be interested in luring any free agents to Seattle. The Times's Percy Allen reports that re-signing Ray Allen is the
Sonics' "only offseason priority".
Mavs may dump Dickau, Abdul-Wahad
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The Star-Telegram's Dwain Price reports that the Mavericks could buy out the contracts of Dan Dickau and Tariq Abdul-Wahad.
Johnsen won't be a Bobcat
The Observer's Rick Bonnell reports that the Bobcats have denied rumors that they are pursuing forward Britton Johnsen.
Mourning stuns doc, will try Net comeback
New York Daily News
Alonzo Mourning ended months of speculation yesterday by announcing that he will try to come back and play for the Nets after having a kidney
transplant last December.
Miles gets $48 million, no promises
The Trail Blazers secured their future at small forward on Wednesday, signing 22-year-old Darius Miles to a six-year, $48 million contract that left
Miles grinning at his good fortune.
Randolph A 'Hot commodity'
Nash said the Blazers have no interest in trading Randolph, even though six teams have called him since the Aug. 22 incident. Nash said he has tried
to trade Patterson, but there has not been an offer that makes sense.
Suns might sign Williams
East Valley Tribune
Scott Williams, the center who was popular with teammates, coaches and the front office in his season-and-a-half stint with the Suns, appears to be
the final player on the team's radar screen before the season starts.
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