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But no Heat interest in Brunson? Mavs seem to have replacements in mind

In a few hours the time will have come – free agency will officially start at midnight. Until then, as usual, we will provide you with all the news and rumors about the deals at Around the NBA!

NBA rumours: The most important news of the day

  • 5:15 p.m.: No Dark Horse heats in the fight for Brunson after all?
  • 4:58 p.m.: Potential top pick changes teams
  • 4:42 p.m.: “Done Deal”: Tucker probably has a new team
  • 4:33 p.m.: Irving was probably really thinking about Lakers’ pay cut yet
  • 3:36 p.m.: Numerous names on the Lakers list
  • 3:32 p.m.: Kemba before Pistons buyout

NBA Rumors: No Dark Horse Heat in Battle for Brunson After All?

5:38 p.m.: If Brunson goes, a replacement will have to be found in Dallas: the name Goran Dragic is already being hotly traded, but that would be a very small solution. Sam Amico from Hoops Wire brings Collin Sexton into play. He missed much of the pre-season with a meniscus injury but can score points should he recover. Initially, Sexton was asking for around 20 million per year, but his market is said to be more in the 10-12 million range. However, the Mavs have no room for maneuver, Amico mentions a sign-and-trade deal with Dwight Powell as an option. Mhm, difficult … Also, according to John Gambadoro, the Mavs are from Arizona Sports on ex-player Javale McGee, as well as the Bucks and Nets. Could he replace Powell?

5:27 p.m.: Fischer also has a German update ready: In the course of speculation about the future of Isaiah Hartenstein, he brings the Knicks into play. Yesterday Stein had awarded the Magic the leading position in the race for the German Big.

5:22 p.m.: In short, more nuggets from Fischer’s Stein podcast: Offers for Gary Payton (most recently Warriors) as part of the full Taxpayer Midlevel Exception – i.e. around 10 million – could come from the Pistons and Hornets in his opinion. An offer for Joe Ingles (Blazers) could be in a similar range. There are a few options for him, and Memphis is very interested. And: The Hawks, Raptors and Nets are the favorites on Royce O’Neale (Jazz).

5:15 p.m.: But no competition for the Knicks and the Mavs? According to Tim Reynold, no meeting between Jalen Brunson and the Miami Heat is scheduled for today. In general, there were no corresponding plans. This is confirmed by other local reporters, Windermann and Anthony Chiang. That doesn’t necessarily mean that the Heat will start the race for the little guard. As a reminder, Chris Haynes reported yesterday that a Mavs offer of 106m/5 years would definitely not be enough, it would take 125. The Knicks could offer a maximum of four years and 110m. And the Heat were dubbed the Dark Horse.

NBA: Tucker deal “done”? Potential top pick changes teams

5:05 p.m.: Of course, the unmarried topic of Miles Bridges must also be discussed briefly. If it should have been primarily about his (probably) upcoming Max contract with the Hornets, he has now been arrested and is free on bail. After this first TMZ Sports with reference to domestic salary, the LA Police Department on Thursday confirmed the arrest and the franchise also released a statement. One is aware of the reports, but: “We are in the process of collecting additional information. We will not be making any further comments at this time.”

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