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Grantland on Thomas Robinson

After agreeing to a minimum-salary deal with the Nets, Thomas Robinson is headed to his fifth NBA team in four seasons. Will the No. 5 overall pick in the 2012 draft finally find a home? The traveling man

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Wade betting on himself with 1-year deal

ESPN's Ramona Shelburne discusses Dwyane Wade's one-year, $20 million deal with Miami: “I can see why this deal makes sense -- they’re sort of giving him back some of the money he’s left on the table. But he did not get the long-term stability he was looking for."


J.A. Adande @jadande

This is Pat Riley's version of soft and sentimental. Wade had little leverage, but Riley gave him a $4 million raise. For one year.

Dwyane Wade on staying with Heat

"It has been an honor and privilege to play with the Miami Heat the past 12 years. The Heat family and I have shared incredible moments over the years and I look forward to continuing our journey. I am extremely proud of my personal contributions in helping to build the Heat franchise. ... For my entire NBA career, Miami has always been my city and my home. I'm overwhelmed with the love and support the Miami community have consistently shown me and my family throughout the years."

Latest NBA free agent news

  • Damian Lillard agrees to 5-yr/$120M extension with Trail Blazers
  • Dwyane Wade: agrees to 1-yr/$20M contract with Heat
  • LaMarcus Aldridge (POR) has second meeting with Lakers, will meet with Heat
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Lillard, Blazers agree to extension

PG Damian Lillard has reached a 5-year extension worth $120 million to remain with the Trail Blazers. Lillard averaged a career-high 21 points per game last season.

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J.A. Adande @jadande

Even @ $20 million Dwyane Wade still won't have honor of being Heat's highest paid player (Bosh at $22M) but he can buy gold-plated tissues

Wade signs 1-year deal to stay with Heat

Dwyane Wade agreed to a one-year, $20 million contract with Miami, according to The Associated Press. The SG averaged 21.5 points and 4.8 assists per game last season.

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Mike Mazzeo @MazzESPN

#Nets had been interested in Robinson from the start of free agency. And, of course, the draft and last season before Philly snatched him up

Suns split up Morris twins, trade Marcus

Markieff and Marcus played 4 years together at Kansas, and after being apart their rookie season in the NBA, have played together on the Suns since 2012-13. Markieff has shot 49.5% from the field in his NBA career with his brother on court with him, and 43.9% with his brother off court. Marcus was sent to Detroit.

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Broussard: Monroe 'great move' for Bucks

Chris Broussard says Greg Monroe ending up with the Bucks was quite the twist: "He picks Milwaukee, the small market, over the Knicks and Lakers? That's huge."


Shaq CAN hit free throws (sort of)

Retirement seems to have worked wonders for Shaquille O'Neal's free throw shooting -- at least on the golf course. Watch Shaq flick the wrist

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Lakers, Heat in hunt for Aldridge

The Lakers got a second meeting with LaMarcus Aldridge today, and the Heat are in the hunt as well. Aldridge will have a meeting tonight with Pat Riley, sources tell ESPN's Marc Stein. The Knicks' meeting with Aldridge has been put off.

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Phoenix making moves for Aldridge?

The Suns agreed to send 3 players to the Pistons in exchange for a 2nd-round pick, according to multiple media reports. It's a lopsided move, but it clears $8.4M in cap space for the Suns, who are reportedly in the LaMarcus Aldridge sweepstakes.

Free agents on the move in the NBA

If you felt like too many players remained with their own teams on the first day of free agency, today's action saw plenty of movement.

Ray Allen's sneaker giveaway

If you're in the greater Hartford, Conn., area, you might be able to snag a pair of Ray Allen's old basketball sneakers -- if you can figure out the clues he posted online. Check it out

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Duncan returning for another season

Spurs big man Tim Duncan told the San Antonio Express-News: "I'll be on the court next year." It'll be Duncan's 19th season in the NBA, all with San Antonio.

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