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The Pelicans have renounced the rights to point guard Norris Cole, center Kendrick Perkins and swingman Jordan Hamilton, per ESPN.

Point guard Tim Frazier has re-signed with the Pelicans, per the team.

Free agent forward Terrence Jones (Rockets) has also officially signed with the Pelicans, the team announced.

Along with those moves, the Pelicans signed first-round draft pick Buddy Hield to a rookie-scale contract, per the team.

The Celtics will sign free agent swingman Gerald Green (Heat) to a one-year contract, per the Sporting News.

Former NBA power forward D.J. White has re-signed with Italian club Torino, per Sportando.

Summer league power forward Alan Williams is likely to remain with the Suns, per The Arizona Republic.

The Spurs have signed forward Livio Jean-Charles, a former draft pick, per the team.

The Knicks are among the teams pursuing summer league point guard Chasson Randle, per the New York Post.

Clippers second-round draft pick David Michineau will remain overseas, per Eurobasket News.

Friday's News

Free agent big man David Lee (Mavericks) and guard Alan Anderson (Wizards) are still talking to a number of teams, agent Mark Bartelstein tells Amico Hoops.

Free agent forward Steve Novak (Bucks) is also in talks with several teams, Bartelstein tells Amico Hoops.

Free agent forward Thomas Robinson (Nets) has drawn interest from the Pacers, Suns and Hawks, league sources tell Amico Hoops.

The Clippers, Bulls and Pistons are among the team to have shown interest in free agent guard Kevin Martin (Spurs), league sources tell Amico Hoops.

Per Basketball Insiders: "The Lakers do have an unnamed trade target in mind, but are also preserving space for another opportunistic Jose Calderon-like deal."

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Also per the website: "The Cavaliers paid $200,000 to the Milwaukee Bucks to generate a trade exception for Matthew Dellavedova, which they immediately used to take on Mike Dunleavy from the Bulls – enabling Cleveland to keep their $9.6 million trade exception for Anderson Varejao, which doesn’t expire until Feb. 18."

The Cavaliers have officially signed center Chris Andersen, per GM David Griffin. (Related post.)

Per Lakers Nation: "Kyrie Irving (who played w/ Luke Walton in CLE) said he expects Lakers to 'absolutely' love Luke. 'Luke is such an amazing person.'"

Undrafted point guard Yogi Farrell (Indiana) has agreed to a one-year partially guaranteed contract, per The Associated Press.

The 76ers have agreed to a partially guaranteed contract with undrafted guard Cat Barber (N.C. State), per Yahoo Sports.

The Wizards have officially signed European guard Tomas Satoransky, per team president Ernie Grunfeld.

Former NBA guard Rodrigue Beaubois has officially signed with Spanish club Baskonia, per the team.

First-round draft pick Juancho Hernangomez (No. 15 overall) will leave Spain to join the Nuggets in time for next season, per Sportando.

Former second-round draft pick Cady Lalane (Spurs) will sign with Zhejiang Banks of China, per international basketball reporter David Pick.

Former NBA and D-League guard Willie Warren has also signed with the club, Pick reports.

Former D-League guard Jaron Johnson has agreed to a contract with the Perth Wildcats of Australia, per Amico Hoops.

Ex-Florida point guard Kenny Boyton has agreed to sign with Russian club Nizhny Novgorod, per Eurobasket News.

Former Xavier point guard Dee Davis has agreed to re-sign with Rogaska of Slovenia, per Amico Hoops.

Ex-Tiffin point guard Ashton Kahn has re-signed with Worcester Wolves of England, per the team.

Former Notre Dame forward Scott Martin will re-sign with the Newcastle Eagles of England, per Eurobasket News.