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Green announces he's re-signing with Warriors

Draymond Green announced Wednesday night that he will re-sign with the Golden State Warriors on a five-year deal, with sources telling ESPN.com the deal is worth $85 million.

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Lowe: Eight biggest free agency questions

When free agency opens at the stroke of midnight, the NBA will leap into its great unknown: an unprecedented three-year spending frenzy that will change the league forever.

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Doubt Draymond Green would re-sign?

ESPN senior writer Ramona Shelburne: "There wasn't really a doubt. There was more like a pause. ... The first conversation, there was a gap in what he wanted versus what they were offering. But essentially he was just watching everyone else get obscene amounts of money."

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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

Twenty-five minutes left in the wildest July 1 we've ever seen on Planet Roundball. C'mon, NBA. Don't be wasteful

Warriors re-sign Green to 5 years, $85M

The Warriors have agreed to terms on a five-year, $85 million deal with free agent forward Draymond Green, according to Bleacher Report. Green told the website: "It's been a long journey to get to this point, whether it's always trying to overcome the odds, overcome doubters, but to be in this position, signing back with the Warriors is amazing."

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Source: Asik returning to Pelicans

Omer Asik and the Pelicans are finalizing terms to keep the big man on New Orleans' front line alongside Anthony Davis, according to Marc Stein. Davis was signed to a five-year, $145 million extension with the Pelicans in the opening minutes of free agency.

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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

New contract to keep Asik alongside Anthony Davis on Pelicans' front line, I'm told, on course to be verbally agreed by night's end

Shump won't dump Cavs

Iman Shumpert has agreed to a four-year, $40M contract to remain with the Cavaliers, according to ESPN's Brian Windhorst and multiple reports. Shumpert averaged 9.1 ppg and 4.9 rpg for the Cavs in the playoffs, but disappeared in the NBA Finals.

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'Cavs could not replace Iman Shumpert'

ESPN's Brian Windhorst: "Had he left in free agency, they would not have the mechanism to D up a wing defensive player and shoot 3's alongside LeBron James."

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What should D.J. do in free agency?

Max Kellerman suggests DeAndre Jordan join the Lakers and cash in next season when Kobe Bryant is off the books. Marcellus Wiley doesn't buy that advice: "Let me ask you if going to a worse team for less money with questionable ownership is a better move or not."

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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

ESPN sources say Raptors and Mavs still locked in battle for Wes Matthews. Yes: Raps still want him after striking deal with DeMarre Carroll

Kobe Bryant sends message on Twitter

In the wake of reports that LaMarcus Aldridge was not impressed with the basketball portion of the Lakers' free agency presentation, Kobe Bryant tweeted a not-so-happy meme. Kobe upset with reports?

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Arash Markazi @ArashMarkazi

Nothing is going to be imminent with these minimum salary guys. Obviously no one rushes to verbally agree to those terms until they have to.

Kevin Negandhi @KNegandhiESPN

If you think the players are getting paid in NBA free agency, just think what the owners are raking in. They don't spend unless they make $$

Arash Markazi @ArashMarkazi

Doc tried hard to sign Kendrick Perkins last season. He chose Cleveland but played sparingly. Doc is still interested.

Arash Markazi @ArashMarkazi

If you're wondering how Lance Stephenson and Jamal Crawford will work together off the bench, you're not alone.

Signing with Clips a win-win for Pierce

ESPN's Ramona Shelburne: "The Clippers had a great pitch to Paul Pierce. One, you reunite with Doc Rivers, the coach you won a championship with in Boston. And you get to come home for the next three years."

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Millsap returning to Hawks

All-Star Paul Millsap has decided to return to the Hawks, agreeing to a three-year deal worth $59 million, according ESPN's Chris Broussard and multiple reports. Millsap turned down a maximum 4-year, $80M deal from the Magic.

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Pierce shifts coasts, joins Clippers

Paul Pierce has agreed to a three-year, $10.6 million deal with the Clippers, according to Marc Stein and multiple reports. The deal will reunite Pierce with his former coach Doc Rivers in L.A. The two won a championship together with the Celtics in 2008.

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Sources: Knicks to meet with Robin Lopez

The Knicks plan to meet with free-agent center Robin Lopez in Los Angeles in the coming days, league sources told ESPN. Lopez is one of several big men the Knicks have strong interest in. No center on roster

Aldridge not impressed with Lakers

At age 29, LaMarcus Aldridge wanted to hear how he could compete for a championship next season with the Lakers during his meeting with the team. Ultimately, Kobe & Co.'s pitch fell short.

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