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25 min ago | Houston Chronicle
Next season, if Chandler Parsons' car is in the shop again, he won't have to borrow Dwight Howard's extra Ferrari.
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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.
After more than a week of nonstop speculation and anonymously sourced chatter, the New York Knicks superstar is still a free agent.
From Deron Williams to Dwight Howard , the Mavericks have struck out lately, but at least they're drawing looks.
Like the rest of us onlookers, Chris Bosh will continue to wait on LeBron James' decision - or even a courtesy phone call.
The 2014 NBA free-agency period has begun, and with that, there are teams seeking to open up room to vie for the top players on the open market.
Weirdly entertaining as the first week of free agency has been, things will get interesting and considerably more meaningful quickly.
When Dirk Nowitzki agreed to a three-year, $30 million contract with Dallas on Thursday it likely signaled the end of the club's very brief courtship of Carmelo Anthony .
The "Big Three" in Miami might be a thing of the past with LeBron James fielding offers.
Updated: Thu Jul 10, 2014 09:07 pm
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