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The Mavericks have sent a 3-year, $46 million offer sheet for small forward Chandler Parsons to the Houston Rockets.
LeBron James has made his decision and Carmelo Anthony won't be far behind. While James returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers was a big surprise to some, the fact that teams are suddenly knocking out deals shouldn't be.
Jeremy Lin is still on his way to the Los Angeles Lakers, even after the Houston Rockets failed to land coveted forward Chris Bosh in free agency.
After testing the free-agency market and touring the country to meet with other suitors, Carmelo Anthony has decided tore-sign with the Knicks, according to several reports.
Expected to take a cut in salary to help keep the Big Three together in Miami, Bosh sat idly by as LeBron James took his talents back to Cleveland , a team with better, younger talent and cap space to spare .
With only three seasons under his belt Chandler Parsons is the longest tenured member of the Daryl Morey spun turnstile that is the Houston Rockets .
A second-round pick in 2011, he has raked in just $2.6 million over his first three seasons in the league, per Basketball-Reference.com .
Next season, if Chandler Parsons' car is in the shop again, he won't have to borrow Dwight Howard's extra Ferrari.
Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey may not be the only one awaiting LeBron James ' decision, but his stake in it is more urgent than most.
After three years of increased production with the Houston Rockets, restricted free agent small forward Chandler Parsons has reportedly signed an offer sheet with the Dallas Mavericks.
With the increased unlikelihood that superstar Carmelo Anthony will be joining the Chicago Bulls this summer, it's time for the Bulls to move on to plan B. The current roster still has a huge void on the wing, and the addition of a player who can shoot both off the dribble as well as be an effective catch-and-shoot type player is a must.
According to Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski , Bosh would prefer to remain with the Miami Heat but is intrigued by the Houston Rockets' offer of a four-year contract worth well over $80 million.
Say what you will about the pace of the NBA offseason, which seems to slow by another couple of days each summer, but there is no doubting this: It has absolutely ramped up the drama.
The Houston Rockets finally traded Omer Asik this summer - to the New Orleans Pelicans in exchange for a protected first-round pick in the 2015 draft.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 02:00 pm
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