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Luol Deng could soon make a decision 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:

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12 a.m. ET

Report: Pistons closing in on agreement with Butler

Report: Mavs targeting Stephenson. Indianapolis Star"We're exploring a lot of options, a lot of different people," Cuban said on Saturday. "Hopefully, the Rockets won't match and we'll have Chandler and that changes what we're able to do, but Lance is certainly on the list."

Report: Nuggets are front-runners to land Miller

Report: Wizards, Mavs discussing sign and trade involving Blair

Report: Gasol, Bulls finalizing three-year deal

Report: Birdman to return to Heat

Report: Chalmers to return to Heat on two-year deal

Report: Rockets acquire Ariza in three-team trade

Report: Minnesota's stance on Kevin Love

Report: European forward Mirotic to sign with Bulls

Report: Augustin, Pistons reach agreement on two-year deal

6 p.m. ET

Reports: Rockets won't match Mavs offer sheet for Parsons

Report: Grizzlies, Carter reach agreement on deal

Report: Denver, Cleveland, Houston options for Miller

Report: Jefferson, Mavericks agree to one-year deal

Report: Bulls to sign Hinrich; unlikely to bring back Augustin

Report: Bonner to re-sign with Spurs

Lakers announce signing of first-round pick Randle

4 p.m. ET

Report: Heat, Deng agree to two-year deal

Report: Hornets to re-sign PG Brian Roberts

Report: Heat still an option for Birdman

The Heat are still very much in play for Chris Andersen, a source close to him says.

— Jared Zwerling (@JaredZwerling) July 13, 2014

Lakers announce Lin trade

11 a.m. ET

Report: Miami looks like front-runner for Deng. ESPN“The Heat, sources say, want to do a two-year deal with Deng in the $20 million range to team him with the freshly re-signed Chris Bosh and soon-to-be-reupped Dwyane Wade.”

Report: Disagreement between Miami, Deng on salary

Report: Dallas, Atlanta, Phoenix still in mix for Deng. ESPN“Dallas and Atlanta remain interested in Deng, as well. In addition, sources said Saturday that Phoenix has also jumped into the mix for Deng, who was traded from Chicago to Cleveland in January after years of trade rumors.”

Report: Stephenson bigger priority than Deng for Dallas

Report: If Warriors offer Thompson, Love goes to Golden State, not Cleveland

Report: Wade's deal with Miami might not be finalized until next week. ESPN“Sources say it's possible Wade's looming deal with the Heat might not be finalized until next week while negotiations with Deng continue. But Miami's current aim is assembling a core that features Wade and Bosh with newcomer Josh McRoberts and Deng if they can complete a deal with the former Chicago Bulls All-Star.”

Report: Wizards to land Pierce on two-year deal

Report: Pierce deal won't affect Garnett's decision; Nets expect him to return

Report: Nets expecting to sign Bogdanovic this week

Report: Suns making push for Deng

Report: Heat open to bringing back Chalmers. Sun Sentinel“And word from a party close to the process said negotiations were continuing to bring Mario Chalmers, one of several remaining Heat free agents, back into the fold, with Chalmers' salary demands to possibly determine that outcome.”

Report: Bulls expected to trade Smith to Mavs to clear cap space: ESPN“According to the source, the Mavs are giving up "nothing" in the deal, which was first reported by Yahoo Sports. The Bulls are simply dumping a little bit of salary to help them make another move.”​

Report: Mavs moving on from DeJuan Blair, likely to re-sign Bernard JamesESPN“Smith, who will make $948,163 in 2014-15, fills the Mavs' need for a low-priced banger off the bench, the role filled by DeJuan Blair last season. The Mavs are also likely to re-sign Bernard James to a minimum-salary deal, a source said.”

Report: Knicks president Jackson willing to part with Shumpert in potential trades. Sporting News: “There are also holdovers Amare Stoudemire, Andrea Bargnani and J.R. Smith, any of whom can be had in a trade for a satchel of magic beans and a wink. Jackson is said to be willing to include Iman Shumpert in any deal that would rid him of his roster baggage.”

Report: Pacers interested in Boozer if Bulls amnesty him. New York Daily News“Indiana is among the teams that definitely have interest in bringing in Carlos Boozer if he’s waived by the Bulls via the amnesty provision.”

Report: Plenty of interest in center Jason Smith

Report: Mavs interested in Williams, Augustin, Miller. The Dallas Morning NewsMike Miller, D.J. Augustin and Mo Williams are the top names, but Miller apparently is on LeBron James’ short list to join him in Cleveland.”

Report: Knicks still interested in bringing back PG Murry

Reports: Pau Gasol to join Bulls; no sign and trade

Report: Rockets, Ariza agree to four-year contract

Report: Rockets still considering keeping Parsons after coming to terms with Ariza. Yahoo Sports:“The Houston Rockets are still strongly considering the Dallas Mavericks' offer sheet for Chandler Parsons after reaching agreement on a four-year, $32 million contract with free-agent forward Trevor Ariza, league sources told Yahoo Sports.”

Report: Cavs, Mike Miller progressing in talks

Report: LeBron's deal with the Cavs is for only two years

Cavs announce signing of LeBron

Report: Love interested in possibility of joining Cavs, LeBron; Minnesota still asking for "off-limits" Wiggins

Cavs coach Blatt says Wiggins has nothing to worry about

Report: Pacers would "love" to land Goran Dragic; Stephenson could be involved in potential sign and trade. New York Daily News“The Pacers would love to make a deal for Phoenix’s Goran Dragic, with Lance Stephenson being a candidate to go to the Suns in a sign-and-trade.”​

Report: Hornets agree to sign Marvin Williams

Reports: Heat pursuing Deng on shorter deal for $10 million per year; Deng looking at Dallas, Miami a strong possibility

Report: Stephenson, Deng options for Mavs if Houston matches Parsons offer sheet. ESPN“Stephenson, who was considered toxic by the Mavs due to his character issues a couple of months ago, is somewhere on the top tier with Trevor Ariza and Luol Deng, a source told ESPNDallas.com. There is not a consensus opinion among the Dallas decision-makers about the rankings of those three unrestricted free agents.”

Report: Dallas could pursue Stephenson with shorter deal for more money before making run at Deng

Report: Atlanta pursuing Deng

GM R.C. Buford says Spurs have been in contact with Bonner, Barnes

Rockets, Daniels engaged in discussions on potential deal

Dwyane Wade releases statement on LeBron's depature

Kings announce signing of Collison

-- Compiled by Chris Johnson

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