1. What's Happening

2. Aldridge not impressed by Lakers' pitch

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Less than 24 hours after meeting with highly coveted free agent LaMarcus Aldridge, the Los Angeles Lakers are "stunned" to hear that Aldridge was less than impressed by their presentation, a source told ESPN's Ramona Shelburne.

3. Kevin Love back in Cleveland

Brian Windhorst discusses the news that Kevin Love isn't going anywhere, citing "unfinished business" in Cleveland.

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4. Suns nab Chandler

Tim MacMahon discusses what impact center Tyson Chandler will have on younger players on the Phoenix Suns' roster after the big man agreed to a four-year, $52M deal.

5. What impasse? Draymond re-ups with Dubs

Hours after reports that they had reached an impasse in negotiations, the Warriors and Draymond Green agreed on a deal that will keep Green in Oakland for at least the next five years. Sources tell ESPN.com's Jeff Goodman the deal is worth $85 million. ESPN Insider Kevin Pelton calls the deal a win for the Warriors, who will have Green and Klay Thompson signed to sub-max amounts on their new contracts.

6. Hawks lose Carroll, keep Millsap

But the Hawks re-signed Paul Millsap, who turned down a four-year, $80 million deal from the Magic to return to Atlanta for three years and $59 million, according to sources.

7. The Truth moves West

Paul Pierce will join his hometown Clippers and reunite with former coach Doc Rivers after agreeing to a three-year, $10.6 million deal, sources told ESPN.com's Ramona Shelburne and Marc Stein. ESPN Insider Kevin Pelton calls the deal one of the best bargains of Day 1, projecting Pierce's value at more than $30 million over the next three years.

8. Lillard likely staying in Rip City

nt style="font-size:12px;">Marc Stein discusses the Portland Trail Blazers' offseason moves, which include locking down Damian Lillard with a five-year deal.

9. Butler accepts max deal

Chris Broussard reacts to the news that Jimmy Butler has agreed to a five-year, $90 million deal to remain with the Bulls.

10. Kings clear space for top free agents

Wesley Matthews, Jimmy ButlerCraig Mitchelldyer/USA TODAY Sports

The Kings have entered the Wesley Matthews sweepstakes, and made a trade to help them clear cap space, sources told ESPN.com's Marc Stein. Sacramento, under new vice president of basketball and franchise operations Vlade Divac, is also pursuing Rajon Rondo and Monta Ellis. It's a stretch that the Kings would have the room to sign two of the three, but they got a bit closer by dealing Carl Landry, Jason Thompson and Nik Stauskas to the 76ers on Wednesday.

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