NBA: Blake Griffin Reportedly Plans to Re-Sign With the LA Clippers

Blake Griffin will become a free agent next summer and there’s questions about where he might end up.  After punching a since-removed Clippers trainer, and injuries, there were a lot of rumors about the Clippers trading Griffin but it never materialized.  Now with his free agency looming, there’s thoughts that he might go elsewhere as the Clippers have yet to make it past the second round of the playoffs.  However, the latest reports indicate that Griffin is staying put.

(Video) NBA: Dwyane Wade Explains Conversation He Had With LeBron & CP3 During Free Agency

It was always assumed that Dwyane Wade would play his entire career and retire with the Miami Heat but that isn’t the case.  It was initially believed the standoff between him and Heat president Pat Riley was just bluffs and they would eventually come to a deal like before but this time the two sides were off.  Wade wanted a two-year, $50 million contract that many consider a ‘Kobe Bryant deal’; i.e a deal to show gratitude and appreciation for the years the franchise player put in, and to keep him happy and on the team.  Also, Wade had taken pay cuts in previous years and has never been the highest paid player on the team.  It seemed inevitable that he would get that deal but Riley refused to go above two-years, $40 million.  During this time, Wade was on vacation with his ‘Brotherhood’ of LeBron James and Chris Paul.  They gave him advice on his situation.

NBA: Kevin Durant on Why He Didn’t Give Lakers Meeting, Celtics Bringing Tom Brady & More

During Kevin Durant’s media session following his practice with Team USA, he addressed a lot of questions that have arisen since he decided to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder and join the Golden State Warriors.  He answered several questions concerning his former teammate Russell Westbrook and some other topics.  Here he explains why he didn’t give the Los Angeles Lakers a meeting, how he felt about the Boston Celtics bringing Tom Brady to their meeting with him, and if he has any concerns on the backlash he’s received.

NBA: Stay Up To The Minute On All The Free Agency Moves Right Here!

We are on day two of free agency and don’t expect the money to stop being thrown around today after $1.7 billion dollars were agreed to on day one. There are still some big names out there that will affect the contracts of role players and stars alike. Guys are getting seriously paid thanks to the increase in the salary cap and while most of the players appear to be getting overpaid, the market says these guys are worth it, so it is what it is! From Timofey Mozgov’s surprising deal with the Lakers to the Grizzlies keeping Mike Conley for an eye popping $153 million, we got you covered with all the deals!

NBA: Clippers Reported Pitch to Kevin Durant: Take Less Money to Play With ‘Big 4’

Free agency officially begins tomorrow July 1, but the Oklahoma City Thunder are meeting with Kevin Durant today since he’s technically still apart of the team.  Durant will then meet with the Golden State Warriors on Friday in the morning, the Los Angeles Clippers also on Friday but later in the day, with the San Antonio Spurs on Saturday, the Boston Celtics later on Saturday, and conclude his weekend with the Miami Heat on Sunday.  Each team is preparing their pitch to the mega free agent, and the Clippers have an interesting approach.

NBA Report: Joakim Noah Will Likely Sign With the New York Knicks

The New York Knicks did not secure a meeting with Kevin Durant and instead set their sights on big man Joakim Noah.

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