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Kevin Durant: 'I'm in a great space'

The injured Thunder star is on the road to return. In a wide-ranging interview, he says his recent adversity made him want to be a better teammate.

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Aldridge agrees to join Spurs

Brian Windhorst says of San Antonio's deal with LaMarcus Aldridge: "This is a big moment for the Spurs because they've never built through free agency before."

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Lakers learn valuable lesson

J.A. Adande writes of the Lakers big swings and misses in free agency: "They couldn't change the basic facts that they can only sell the glorious past and the possibilities of the future. They can't sell the present." What's the next step?

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Kings land Griz big man in free agency

Sources told ESPN.com that Kosta Koufos and the Kings have agreed to terms on a four-year deal worth a fully guaranteed $33 million, with an option for Koufos to return to free agency after Year 3 in the summer of 2018. Story

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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

Shrewd signing by Kings, who now have another proven big who can play alongside Cousins ... or help fill void if they do decide to move him

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Sources say Koufos' deal with the Kings will include a player option after Year 3 that allows him to return to free agency in summer of 2018

Stephen Curry @StephenCurry30

Happy 4th of July America! Thanks to all the men & women who have sacrificed & those that make it possible for us to celebrate today! #USA

Lakers' reasoning for getting Hibbert

Brian Windhorst said on SportsCenter: "This was probably option 6 or 7 for the Lakers, but they weren't able to get their top options in free agency. What this is doing is they're saying 'all right, we're going to try again next year.'"

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LeBron waiting for Thompson to sign

Brian Windhorst on the lack of contract talks between LeBron James and the Cavaliers: "Until the Cavs do something with Tristan, LeBron's not going to talk to them."

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Kevin Durant on 2016 free agency

"I haven't thought about it. I hear it all the time but I'm really just focusing on rehab. I can't get there unless I take care of today, so that's how I try to look at it even though I hear it from every side, thinking past to next summer. I'm not even trying to focus on that." KD nearing return

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Tim MacMahon @espn_macmahon

Mavs think DeAndre Jordan's rebounding/rim protection will allow them to go small at PF more often. Chandler Parsons: power point forward.

Aldridge picks the Spurs

The free agent tweeted, "I'm happy to say I'm going home to Texas and will be a Spur!! I'm excited to join the team and be close to my family and friends." His deal will be a four-year max contract worth more than $80M, with an opt-out after the third year, according to ESPN's Marc Stein. Story

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Amin Elhassan @AminESPN

Not a fan of Derrick Williams signing, and I think Afflalo expectations outpace how good he really is, but Knicks had a solid free agency.

San Antonio now favorites in the West

After agreeing to a deal with LaMarcus Aldridge, San Antonio's odds to win the West dropped to 2-1, besting Oklahoma City and defending champ Golden State (both 5-2). Gregg Popovich's squad is 4-1 to win it all, behind only Cleveland (9-4).

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Kaminsky posts double-double in debut

After a slow start, No. 9 overall pick Frank Kaminsky shook off the Summer League jitters and finished with 19 points and 12 rebounds in the Hornets' 76-74 loss to the Thunder.

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Aldridge not only one leaving Portland

The Blazers confirmed to The Oregonian that assistant coach Kim Hughes is no longer with the team. The newspaper reported that Hughes was fired for his June 27 comments to an Indiana TV station in which he said LaMarcus Aldridge would not be returning to the team.

Lakers, Pacers agree to Hibbert deal

The Lakers are nearing agreement to take Roy Hibbert, league sources tell ESPN's Marc Stein and Ramona Shelburne. The framework of the trade is still being discussed. Sources said the deal will be completed by July 9 when the league-wide moratorium is lifted.

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OKC beats Charlotte at Summer League

Frank Kaminsky's off-balance jumper at the buzzer was off, and the Thunder escaped with a 2-point win in Orlando. Kaminsky did finish with 19 points and 12 rebounds in his NBA debut. Semaj Christon had 14 points and 10 assists for the Thunder.

Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

ESPN sources say that the Lakers and Pacers are actively discussing a trade where L.A. would take Roy Hibbert into salary-cap space

Royce Young @royceyoung

Cameron Payne is on the end of the Thunder bench watching the game. Sitting next to him? Mo Cheeks.