Blazers still in hunt for Carter
New York Post
Post columnist Peter Vecsey writes that the Blazers may still be interested in dealing for Vince Carter and Jalen Rose. The Raptors could get the
likes of Shareef Abdul-Rahim, Damon Stoudamire, Nick Van Exel and Derek Anderson in exchange for the pair.
Bulls unlikely to reel in Carter
The Sun-Times' Lacy J. Banks reports that the Bulls are unlikely to trade for Vince Carter. Although Carter could help the Bulls, they may be
reluctant to assume the $60 million that remains on his contract.
Magic may re-sign Mobley
The Sentinel's Brian Schmitz reports that the Magic are hoping to re-sign Cuttino Mobley. Mobley may be seeking a four-year, $40 million deal.
Hornets may target Williams
New Orleans Times-Picayune
The Times-Picayune's Benjamin Hochman reports that Nets center Aaron Williams could join former coach Byron Scott in New Orleans.
Nuggets shopping for shooter
The Post's Marc J. Spears reports that the Nuggets may try to trade for Jon Barry, Fred Hoiberg, Casey Jacobsen, Ibrahim Kutluay, Ron Mercer, Anthony
Peeler, Wesley Person, Kareem Rush or Steve Smith.
Nets may sign Armstrong
Thorn said the Nets could revisit talks with Brandon Armstrong. The Nets were set to sign him about three weeks ago, but Armstrong failed his physical
due to a foot injury.
Johnson Staying put
Dallas Morning News
(Avery Johnson) said if another team, such as Memphis, had come calling about coaching that team, he would have been free to leave. But he doesn't
plan on doing so.
Rivers isn't running scared
Their little dust-up is trivial; the larger issue is whether Pierce's petulance is indicative of a deeper dissatisfaction. Friends and former
teammates claim he is not happy in Boston.
[Edited on 3/12/04 by TRD]