More 3s in Trevor Booker's future? 

September, 16, 2014
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In his first four seasons in the NBA -- all with Washington -- Trevor Booker attempted only 10 3-pointers and connected just once.

Now a member of the Utah Jazz, the 2010 first-round pick is reportedly working on making that a bigger part of his game.

Final training camp spots set for Magic? 

September, 16, 2014
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My Rumor Central colleague Nick Borges has done a fine job of maintaining the list of Training Camp contracts, and on Tuesday the Orlando Magic announced who they'll be bringing into camp.

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Is Rondo still in Boston's plans? 

September, 16, 2014
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Rajon Rondo has found himself in the middle of trade speculation for a number of years now, but he remains a member of the Boston Celtics as training camp looms right around the corner.

So how much is Rondo, set to earn $12.9 million in the final year of his deal in 2014-15, still in Boston's plans?

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Bulls adding to backcourt? 

September, 16, 2014
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With Derrick Rose, Kirk Hinrich and Aaron Brooks, the Chicago Bulls are already set at the point guard position. But that didn't stop them from going out and adding another point guard to their roster on Tuesday.

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Klay Thompson better than Kobe Bryant? 

September, 16, 2014
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The Golden State Warriors have until Oct. 31 to sign Klay Thompson to an extension and if that doesn't happen he will become a restricted free agent on July, 1 2015. Thompson and his agent, Bill Duffy, prefer to get the deal done by the October deadline. That may not happen as Thompson and Duffy want a max deal, while the Warriors prefer to pay a lot less than that amount.

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Ryan Hollins' free agent market 

September, 16, 2014
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NBA teams will open training camps in two weeks and at this time free agent center Ryan Hollins remains on the market. That may not last for too much longer as a good number of teams have shown interest, according to Hollins.

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Clippers add Joe Ingles; Roster set? 

September, 16, 2014
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The Los Angeles Clippers have been looking to improve the small forward position and Monday they agreed to terms with Australian swingman Joe Ingles. Last season he played in Israel for David Baltt's Maccabi Tel Aviv.

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Why Celtics might trade Brandon Bass 

September, 16, 2014
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The Boston Celtics will enter training camp with a plethora of big men on the roster, which has some speculating that president of basketball operations Danny Ainge might deal one of them. Currently the roster includes Kelly Olynyk, Brandon Bass, Jared Sullinger, Tyler Zeller, Vitor Faverani and Joel Anthony. Out of that group, Bass could be most affected by the addition of Zeller to the roster.

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Deron Williams' plan for 2014-15 

September, 16, 2014
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Deron Williams had another injury-plagued season with the Brooklyn Nets in 2013-14 due to his chronically bad ankles and he had surgery on both of them in the Spring. Williams has been working out at the Nets training facility and he told the media, including ESPNNewYork.com on Monday, that for the first time in a few years his entire body feels great.

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How Hollins plans to play Kevin Garnett 

September, 16, 2014
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Not only will Kevin Garnett be part of the Brooklyn Nets training camp roster, going into the preseason head coach Lionel plans to start the 19-year NBA veteran at power forward with the return of Brook Lopez to the active roster.

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Can Silas or James stick with Wizards? 

September, 16, 2014
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The Washington Wizards will open training camp in 14 days and Monday came word that they have agreed to terms with Xavier Silas and are close to a deal with Damion James, according to The Washington Post.

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NBA: Training camp contracts 

September, 16, 2014
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All 30 NBA teams will spend the next few weeks inviting players to training camp, and while some might get a small amount of guaranteed money, most will sign deals with no salary protection. Almost all of the camp invitees will be waived at some point during the preseason and for those with less than three years of NBA experience they may not be released until just prior to the start of the 2014-15 regular season, so teams can designate them to their D-League rosters.

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Is Thompson the NBA's most underrated? 

September, 15, 2014
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It's not often that we write consecutive rumors about Washington State products, but fresh off a story on Aron Baynes possibly leaving San Antonio lets talk about Klay Thompson for a minute. (Craig Ehlo, you're on deck).

You probably remember that Thompson was the key piece that prevented Golden State from acquiring Kevin Love over the summer, with the Warriors electing to hold on to the shooting guard rather than shake things up with a blockbuster deal.

Did Thompson's play in the FIBA Basketball World Cup reveal anything about how his game stacks up against the world's best? And if so, did it clear up why the Warriors made the decision they did to hold on to him? Here's ESPN Insider Fran Fraschilla with more on that.

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Spurs looking to move Baynes? 

September, 15, 2014
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Backup center Aron Baynes is a restricted free agent who remains unsigned, and rumors over the last month have ranged from the San Antonio Spurs wanting to re-sign him to the 27-year-old old eyeing a bigger contract overseas.

Where do things stand now, following Baynes' impressive showing in the FIBA Basketball World Cup, where he averaged 16.8 points and 7.0 rebounds for his native Australia?

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Will Livingston be ready for NBA opener? 

September, 15, 2014
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The offseason addition of Shaun Livingston is one of the main reasons the Golden State Warriors expect to be an improved team this coming season. But will the veteran guard have to miss the start of the season after undergoing toe surgery?

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