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LeBron James is reportedly meeting with team officials Wednesday about his future

With NBA free agency under way, the rumor mill is churning at high speed. Which teams are looking to swing deals? Which free agents are eyeing new teams? Here are the latest news and reports:

4:30 a.m. ET

Report: LeBron done meeting with teams

Report: Spurs persistent in pursuit of Gasol

Report: If James leaves Miami, Bosh will sign with Houston. ESPN“If James does choose to leave the Heat, free agent Chris Bosh will sign with the Houston​​ Rockets, sources said. James not rushing to make a choice could put a time squeeze on Bosh. Though he hopes to remain with the Heat along with James, sources said, Bosh has secured a backup offer for four years and $88 million from the Rockets.”​

Report: Rockets have Lin Deal with 76ers ready if LeBron picks Cleveland, Bosh goes to Houston. New York Daily News“The deal hinges on whether LeBron James goes to Cleveland. If he returns to the Cavs, then Bosh is almost guaranteed to also leave Miami and head to Houston. To give Bosh a four-year, $88 million deal, the Rockets have to create cap space and can do that by trading Lin, the ex-Knick who will make almost $15 million next season.”

Report: Houston could opt to sign Ariza at lower price rather than match Parsons offer sheet

Report: Jazz to match three-year offer sheet for Hayward

Report: Raptors agree to re-sign Vasquez to two-year contract

Report: Bulls expressed interest in Stephenson

Report: Tolliver has drawn interest from several teams, including Cavaliers. Real GM“Tolliver has also received interest from the Detroit Pistons, Washington Wizards, San Antonio Spurs and Charlotte Hornets among other organizations, sources said, and teams expect a possible signing next week.”

Report: Wiggins' reps told he would not be traded in deal for Love. USA Today Sports“Yet because the Timberwolves are known to be insisting that No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins would be part of any such scenario, a deal — at least in the two-team form — appears unlikely. A person with knowledge of Wiggins' situation said that his representatives were told Wednesday that he would not be traded. The people spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of trade talks.”​

8 p.m. ET

Report: Mavs agree to extend Parsons 3-year offer sheet; not clear if Rockets will match

Report: Wizards have talked to Deng, but determined to re-sign Ariza

Report: Melo expected to re-sign with Knicks

Report: Knicks confident Melo will re-sign

Report: If LeBron leaves Miami, Bosh also plans to leave. Yahoo Sports“If James does leave Miami, Chris Bosh's intention is to also leave the Heat, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Bosh has been speaking with the Houston Rockets, who are prepared to clear enough cap room to offer him a four-year, $88 million contract.”​

Report: Cavs pursuing Kevin Love in trade if LeBron picks Cleveland

Report: Rival executives don't sense Minnesota rushing to make Love deal

Report: Kobe says he wants Byron Scott as Lakers coach

Report: Nets to add Westphal to coaching staff

Spurs sign Popovich to contract extension

NBA sets 2014-15 tax figures

2:30 p.m. ET

James, agent Paul to meet with Heat at 6 EST

Report: James reached out to Miller, one other veteran free agent about joining him if he leaves Miami

Report: rival teams increasingly believe Melo will wait for LeBron's decision. ESPN: “A number of rival teams increasingly believe that New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony plans to hold off on announcing any decision about his future until LeBron James reveals where he'll be playing next season, according to sources close to the process.”

Report: Cavs in pursuit of James Jones

Report: Mavs still determined to land Parsons

Report: Heat interested in Parsons if LeBron goes elsewhere

Report: Cavs pursuing Allen

Report: Allen mulling retirement

Report: Cavaliers trade Jack to Nets, Zeller to Celtics in three-team deal

Report: Cavs planned to make trade regardless of LeBron's plans

Celtics could be in better position to land Love after deal involving Jack, Zeller

Report: Durant endorses new Knicks coach Fisher

10 a.m. ET

Report: Knicks' Jackson trying to get LeBron to New York; Melo wants to play with LBJ. New York Post“He really wants LeBron to come to New York,’’ the source said. “That’s his dream right now. Phil is trying to get it done.’’​

Report: Spoelstra, Wade, owner Arison to attend meeting with James, Riley

LeBron to choose between Heat, Cavs. Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski on Fox Sports live, via Real GM“LeBron James has narrowed his choices down to the Miami Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers, according to Adrian Wojnarowski during an appearance on Fox Sports Live”​

Report: Chicago views itself as leading candidate for Gasol if it misses out on Melo. Chicago Sun-Times“According to a source, the Bulls feel that if Anthony goes elsewhere, they are one of the leading candidates to land free-agent big man Pau Gasol — unless Anthony happens to choose the Los Angeles Lakers, which could start the dominos falling and convince Gasol to re-sign with the Lakers.”​

Report: Utah will match Hornets' max offer sheet for Hayward

Spurs sign rookie Bryce Cotton

Warriors willing to facilitate sign-and-trade for Crawford. Yahoo Sports. "The Golden State Warriors are willing to facilitate a sign-and-trade deal for free agent Jordan Crawford because of their logjam of guards, a league source told Yahoo Sports."

Report: Bosh, Wade will not attend meeting between James, Heat President Pat Riley on Wednesday. Fox Sports Ohio“A source told FOX Sports Ohio that Wade and Chris Bosh, who's also a free agent after four years in Miami, will not attend the James-Riley meeting.”​

Hornets agree to extend 4-year offer sheet to Gordon Hayward

Adidas, No. 1 pick Wiggins reportedly agree to shoe and apparel deal. USA Today Sports“Andrew Wiggins, the No. 1 pick overall pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers in the June draft, has reached a shoe and apparel deal with Adidas, a person familiar with the deal told USA TODAY Sports.”​

Crawford receiving interest from Mavericks, Lakers, Knicks, others

LeBron, Wade worked out together in Las Vegas on Tuesday

Mavericks plan Bs for Melo include Parsons, Deng

Report: Trail Blazers' LaMarcus Aldridge to wait on extension

Ty Corbin tabbed as Kings' lead assistant. The Salt Lake Tribune“The former Utah Jazz boss will join the coaching staff of the Sacramento Kings as the team’s lead assistant, according to a source.”​

After losing McRoberts, Hornets target Williams. Yahoo Sports“After losing free agent Josh McRoberts to the Miami Heat, the Charlotte Hornets are pursuing free agent Marvin Williams to take over the power forward slot, league sources told Yahoo Sports.”​

-- Compiled by Chris Johnson

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