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A potential 3-team deal that would possibly team Kobe Bryant with Dwight Howard could be in the works.  More news below.


According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, Caron Butler’s “preferred” destinations are the Clippers and Bulls.

Source: Yahoo! Sports


The Clippers will match any offer restricted free agent DeAndre Jordan receives, according to Broderick Turner of the Los Angeles Times.

Source: Los Angeles Times


Restricted free agent Nick Young is drawing interest from the Bulls, Hornets and Nuggets in addition to the Wizards.

Source: Yahoo! Sports


The Heat, Bulls, Celtics and Knicks all have Michael Redd on the radar

Source: Journal Times


Unrestricted free agent Jamal Crawford has received interest from the Nets, Hornets, Bulls, Heat, Lakers, Mavericks, Suns and Trail Blazers.

Source: Hoopsworld


Free agent combo guard Tracy McGrady said that he would like to play for the Bulls in a report released Wednesday.

Source: Yahoo! Sports


Adrian Wojnarowski reported Wednesday that Josh Smith is still interested in a trade out of Atlanta.

Source: Yahoo! Sports


The Nets and Pacers joined a growing list of teams that are interested in free agent PF/C Nene in a report released Wednesday.

Source: Yahoo! Sports


Lakers executive Jim Buss says he’s no longer opposed to trading Andrew Bynum, but only for what he calls “the right deal.”  A possible 3-Team Deal suggested has Milwaukee sending Andrew Bogut to Orlando and Bynum to Milwaukee, with Howard ending up in L.A.

Source: CBS Sports


The Knicks are reportedly interested in SF Grant Hil.

Source: Alex Kennedy on Twitter


Multiple sources have rebuked Ric Bucher’s report that the Warriors and Grizzlies had discussed a Rudy Gay for Monta Ellis deal

Source: J. Michael Falgoust on Twitter


Blazers’ president Larry Miller said on Wednesday that “there will be no decision on Brandon Roy until we take a closer look at him” in regards to waiving him using the amnesty clause.

Source: Pinwheel Empire on Twitter