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Kevin Pelton ESPN Staff Writer 

An important thing to keep in mind with the rising NBA salary cap is that while wins get more expensive in free agency, a replacement-level player costs the same. So you can't just multiply old salaries by the increase in the cap to get the new equivalent.

Ramona Shelburne ESPN Senior Writer 

Lakers were not among the teams who reached out to Al Horford in first few hours of free agency, although they do have interest

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

With many teams in pursuit, including incumbent Chicago, E'Twaun Moore starts hearing pitches later Friday and may move quickly, sources say

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Surprised by Noah's reported deal?

Brian Windhorst chimes in on Joakim Noah being close to agreeing to a four-year, $72 million deal with the Knicks.


Ramona Shelburne ESPN Senior Writer 

Fifth year obviously key for Hawks chances to retain Horford. Among teams who reached out to him on Night 1 is the Thunder, as Brian Windhorst reported they intended to as part of Durant pitch.

Chris Broussard @Chris_Broussard

Dwight Howard meeting w/4 teams, 2 being Atl & Boston. He will hold meetings in Atl July 1, then in Las Vegas July 2, says a league source

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Both Lance Thomas & Langston Galloway heard from several teams tonight. Among the teams to contact Thomas include the Thunder, Timberwolves, Nets and Hawks. The Knicks would like to keep both Galloway and Thomas. They extended a qualifying offer to Galloway earlier Thursday, which gives them the opportunity to match any offer made to the second-year guard. They have no such assurances with Thomas and it may be a challenge to fit Thomas' deal into their cap space if they hope to add a shooting guard and center Joakim Noah into their $30 million in room.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

As ESPN's Ian Begley reported, the Nets are in on Portland restricted free agent G Allen Crabbe. The Blazers have said they'll match any offer for the perimeter scoring threat.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Brooklyn, Utah and Phoenix (again), sources say, are among the teams after vet swingman Jared Dudley, with Washington also still in the mix

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Chandler Parsons was always certain he'd get a max offer, which is why he felt disrespected by Dallas trying to get him to take much less.