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:
11 p.m. ET
Report: Cavs, Wolves have discussed trading Love for Wiggins, Bennett
Report: Wiggins not being made available in talks
Report: Lakers sign Wes Johnson to a one-year, $1 million deal
Report: Lakers to re-sign Kelly
Report: Seraphin signs qualifying offer with Wizards
Report: Deal for Mirotic is 3 years, $16.6 million
Dwight Howard on Chandler Parsons leaving: 'Won's affect us at all'
Report: Bynum considering sitting out 2014-15 for German knee treatment. New York Post: The 7-foot Bynum may not be reuniting with Phil Jackson’s Knicks or any other team next season because he is seriously contemplating sitting out 2014-15 to undergo the Germany-based knee therapy called “The Regenokine Program’’ that would require an extra long rehab, according to his agent David Lee. But he could be in play for the following season.
4 p.m. ET
Pau Gasol: Derrick Rose is healthy
Report: Lakers waive Kendall Marshall
Report: Lakers re-sign Xavier Henry
Report: Pargo agrees to re-sign with Hornets
McDermott, Smart, Oladipo among invitees to team USA camp in Vegas
Report: Garrett Temple agrees to re-sign with Wizards
Hornets announce signing of Stephenson
Thunder re-locating D League team to Oklahoma City
Bulls announce signing of Mirotic
Wizards announce re-signing of Gooden
Mavericks announce signing of forward Griffin
10 a.m. ET
Report: LeBron reaches out to Kevin Love about playing in Cleveland; Cavs willing to deal Wiggins
Report: Trade for Love between Cavs, Wolves not imminent. Yahoo Sports: The Cavs and Timberwolves have had ongoing talks about a trade for Love, but a deal is not imminent, said one high-ranking source involved in the discussions.
Report: Pelicans to re-sign Darius Miller
Report: Center Udoh expected to make decision this weekend
General feeling at summer league: Cavs will need to offer more than Wiggins to land Love
Report: Bulls targeting Aaron Brooks. Comcast SportsNet Chicago: Potentially following in the tradition of diminutive scoring point guards like C.J. Watson, John Lucas III, D.J. Augustin and fellow Seattle native Nate Robinson, free agent Aaron Brooks could be next in line to fill the role of the next Bulls' instant-offense scorer off the bench, CSNChicago.com has learned.
Report: Metta World Peace would like to play for Lakers, Clippers, Knicks
Report: Suns guarantee Shavlik Randolph's contract for 2014-15