• Dwyane Wade - G - Miami Heat

    While Dwyane Wade remains undecided about his NBA future, the Xinjiang Flying Tigers are reportedly ready to offer him a "monster deal."

    Wade has said he'll make up his mind about the NBA after returning from his China trip. He just signed a lifetime apparel deal with a Chinese company Li Ning and makes that summertime trip fairly frequently, but it'd still be an absolute stunner if Wade left the NBA. It sounds like South Beach or bust for Father Prime, but his gargantuan following and brand power in China at least gives you a little pause.

    Source: Sportando

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  • Omer Asik - C - Chicago Bulls

    The Bulls have requested that Omer Asik's contract not count towards the team salary as he suffered a career-ending injury/illness.

    Asik, who was waived by the Bulls last October, has been forced to retire. Asik was able to play in the league for 8 seasons. With this move, the Bulls would free up an additional three million dollars in cap room that they could use to help bolster their young roster heading into the 2019-2020 season.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Markelle Fultz - G - Orlando Magic

    Orlando's President Jeff Weltman says that he is "more excited" about Markelle Fultz now than he was at the trade deadline.

    At this time, there is no reason for Orlando to be anything other than positive about the former No. 1 overall pick in the 2017 draft. With an entire offseason ahead of him in a city other than Philadelphia, perhaps Fultz can finally turn it around and find his shot. The Magic are a team that is looking towards the future and Fultz has an opportunity to become the starting point guard of that future. The team will not rush him back but it does seem like they expect more from him next season.

    Source: John Denton on Twitter

  • Steve Kerr - Team - Golden State Warriors

    Head coach Steve Kerr told the media that “everything is on the table” ahead of Game 6 on Friday night against the Clippers.

    The Warriors have struggled in ending this series against a very solid Clippers team. The Warriors coaching staff will make any necessary adjustments for Friday’s Game 6 so that they can end the series and focus on the playing the Rockets in the next round. We should expect some changes to the rotation but this may only be coach speak. Expect some minor adjustments ahead of Game 6.

    Source: Mark Medina on Twitter

  • Markieff Morris - F - Oklahoma City Thunder

    Markieff Morris expressed that he wouldn't return to the same allotment of minutes that he played for the Thunder this season but he was very complimentary of the organization.

    Morris didn't play a high total of minutes for the Thunder after being signed in late February. It looks like he may be interested in returning to the team if they would expand his role heading into next season. Otherwise, he will be looking at other opportunities that grant him more playing time.

    Source: Brett Dawson on Twitter

  • Malcolm Brogdon - G - Milwaukee Bucks

    Malcolm Brogdon (partial right plantar fascia tear) is out for at least Game 1 and Game 2 against the Celtics and will be reevaluated afterward.

    With Brogdon out, Sterling Brown, Pat Connaughton, George Hill and Tony Snell will continue to handle the bulk of the minutes at shooting guard in the meantime.

    Source: Matt Velazquez on Twitter

  • Monty Williams - Team - Philadelphia Sixers

    The Suns’ officials will travel to Toronto on Friday to meet with the franchise’s top coaching candidate, Sixers assistant Monty Williams.

    Williams has a busy schedule lined up with interviews scheduled with the Suns and Lakers in addition to a second-round playoff series with the Raptors to prepare for. As the battle for Williams’ services heats up, it would be a shocker if he isn’t announced as a new head coach within the next week.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Nerlens Noel - F/C - Oklahoma City Thunder

    Nerlens Noel was coy when asked about his $1.99 million player option, saying he's going to let his agent figure that out.

    Noel had a decent bounce-back season in limited minutes off the bench for the Thunder. After playing in a career-high 77 games and proving he was healthy coming off an injury-plagued 2017-2018 season, Noel should be able to make more money in free agency.

    Source: Brett Dawson on Twitter

  • Andre Roberson - G/F - Oklahoma City Thunder

    Andre Roberson said during his exit interview, that he’s been “making great progress” and is on track to be ready for training camp.

    This is encouraging news for Roberson who missed the last year and a half with the patellar injury after taking a wicked fall. Roberson will have to prove his health this fall before he becomes an option for fantasy teams, but the Thunder have to be thrilled to hear this news about their defensive stopper.

    Source: Brett Dawson on Twitter

  • Monty Williams - Team - Philadelphia Sixers

    The Lakers are sending a host of prominent figures including Jeanie Buss, GM Rob Pelinka, COO Tim Harris, Joey Buss, Jesse Buss, and Kurt and Linda Rambis to meet with Monty Williams for his second interview.

    Both Williams and Tyronn Lue are the presumed favorites to land the Lakers head coaching vacancy. With Williams' name heating up within open positions around the league, the Lakers decided to send everyone his way for the second interview. This interview should be telling as to which direction the leagues coaching carousel goes in.

    Source: Bill Oram on Twitter

  • Steven Adams - C - Oklahoma City Thunder

    Steven Adams said that he is focused on improving his current role this summer and not expanding his game, unless the team asks him to.

    This is notable for a few reasons as the league's big men continue to evolve into the stretch-five territory. Adams has been a steady presence in the paint for the Thunder the past few seasons and will look to improve on the 13.9 points, 9.5 rebounds, 1.0 block, 1.5 steals average line he posted this past season.

    Source: Brett Dawson on Twitter