NBA Scoreboard

Auto Update: On


Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Al Jefferson's deal with Indiana, I'm told, will be a straight-up deal for three seasons with no options on either side

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Even though D.Wade's folks reportedly put out feelers with the Spurs, he's not on their radar I'm told by league sources.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

ESPN sources say Andre Drummond's five-year, $130 million max deal with Detroit, meanwhile, is done. Player option for Drummond after Year 4

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Al Jefferson and the Indiana Pacers are close to finalizing a three-year, $30 million deal, according to league sources

Clippers need to make room for Durant

Tom Penn shows how the Clippers' roster would have to be gutted to create cap space for Kevin Durant.


Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

Now that the Hornets have retained Nicolas Batum, league sources say Charlotte is actively working to seal a deal with Marvin Williams ASAP

Is Whiteside a PER-fict fit with Heat?

Hassan Whiteside has announced his intention to re-sign with the Heat for what's reported to be a deal worth about $98 million over four years. His analytics over the last two seasons ranked him among the NBA's best big men.


Jeff Goodman @GoodmanESPN

Chandler Parsons meeting with Memphis set to begin in next half-hour, source told ESPN. Met with Portland earlier. Two frontrunners.

Coleman: LeBron James is worth $515M

Freddie Coleman stuns the First Take crew with how much the Cavaliers franchise's worth has skyrocketed since James came back to town.


Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaylen Brown said he plans to ask Avery Bradley if No. 0 is available. Likely to learn fast that Avery plays lockdown defense.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

The Blazers not only get a top-shelf small forward if they beat out Memphis for Chandler Parsons but also a proven Dwight Howard recruiter.

Jeremy Lin to make Steph Curry money

Brooklyn broke the bank to bring Lin to town and Antonio Davis is amazed at the numbers.


Jack says he wasn't subtweeting Lin

After news of Jeremy Lin's $36M contract with the Nets broke, the recently released Jarrett Jack sent a laugher of a tweet. Shade or poor timing?

Sam Sharpe-USA TODAY Sports