NBA update: Training camp contracts 

September, 20, 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.
Serbian big man Miroslav Raduljica has been looking for a team willing to offer him a contract after the Los Angeles Clippers waived him via the "stretch" provision on Aug. 31. Raduljica has now secured that deal and he's going to play in China for the 2014-15 season.

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NBA: Remaining 2014 FA's 

September, 19, 2014
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All NBA training camps will be open in 10 days and over that time a few more players will sign contracts. Almost all of the 2014 free agents have signed deals with NBA teams or those clubs overseas at this point, but some remain available.

Here is the list of 2014 free agents that ended last season on an NBA roster and have been available since July 1, but remain unsigned:

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Wolves: Will Flip start Andrew Wiggins? 

September, 19, 2014
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The Minnesota Timberwolves were willing to trade Kevin Love to the Cleveland Cavaliers since part of the package included Andrew Wiggins, the No. 1 selection in the 2014 NBA draft. Wiggins has a lot of potential and many fans want to know if president of basketball operations/head coach Flip Saunders is planning to have the top pick in the starting lineup when the regular season tips off in late October.

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Rubio, Wolves nearing extension? 

September, 18, 2014
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According to a report out of Minnesota, the Timberwolves and Ricky Rubio are talking about possibly working out a contract extension before the Oct. 31 deadline. If that date passes without a new deal, Rubio will be a restricted free agent following the 2014-15 season.

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Did the summer raise Gobert's value? 

September, 18, 2014
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Rudy Gobert showed glimpses of his upside as a 21-year-old NBA rookie last season, then impressed over the summer both in Las Vegas Summer League and, more recently, the FIBA Basketball World Championship.

Have these fine performances altered the perception of Gobert, who was deemed somewhat of a project when he was selected No. 27 overall in the 2013 NBA draft? Here's the latest on that from one of our experts.

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Will new diet help Will Bynum? 

September, 18, 2014
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It remains to be seen how much Will Bynum's new diet will impact his performance on the court, but the veteran point guard seems to believe it will make a difference.

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Wolves eyeing Bledsoe? 

September, 18, 2014
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The young, rebuilding roster of the Minnesota Timberwolves figures to need a few years to gel and work its way into the playoff picture.

Or does it? One rumor flying around is that the team is interested in restricted free agent point guard Eric Bledsoe, a player who could change the direction of the Wolves in a hurry.

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Could Wolves send Martin to Bulls? 

September, 18, 2014
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NBA teams will continue to make moves up until the start of the preseason as they to to figure out who will make the regular season roster. Is there a chance we could see a trade between the Chicago Bulls and Minnesota Timberwolves?

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Tough Cut: Rockets last roster spot 

September, 18, 2014
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The Houston Rockets traded Alonzo Gee and Scotty Hopson to the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday for Jason Terry. The move reduced the roster to 18, but they will get back up to 19 when they sign Greek forward Kostas Papanikolaou in a few days. The Rockets will need to get down to 15 players by Oct. 27 and the last cut could be difficult.

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Kings will continue to tinker 

September, 18, 2014
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The Sacramento Kings made two transactions on Wednesday when they traded Jason Terry to the Houston Rockets for two players (Alonzo Gee and Scotty Hopson) and signed free agent center Ryan Hollins to a one-year contract.

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Jordan Crawford now a Flying Tiger 

September, 18, 2014
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NBA training camps will open in about 10 days and without a contract offer coming his way, free agent shooting guard Jordan Crawford has decided to accept a deal with the CBA's Xinjiang Flying Tigers.

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Zoran Dragic: My heart is with Unicaja 

September, 18, 2014
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Zoran Dragic gained a lot of admirers during the FIBA World Cup and several teams in the NBA have interest in the Slovenian shooting guard. Dragic acknowledged leaving his ACB team would be very difficult should a good NBA offer comes his way.

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Spurs the next stop for Beasley? 

September, 17, 2014
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After a promising first two months in Miami last season, it's safe to say that the Michael Beasley experiment didn't really pan out for the Heat. At least not well enough to lead them to a third-straight NBA championship. The former No. 2 overall pick in 2008 managed to post a 16.80 PER, his best since his rookie season, however he virtually disappeared from the rotation as the season wore on and had zero impact in the playoffs.

Many have speculated where Beasley might end up next, and now there is a report that San Antonio is interested.

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Landry still recovering from knee surgery? 

September, 17, 2014
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Carl Landry's first season of his second go-round in Sacramento didn't go as planned as two separate injuries limited him to 18 games. And even when he did play, he simply wasn't himself on the court.

First, he suffered a torn left hip flexor that kept him out until Jan. 19, then a torn meniscus in late February required surgery and ended his season.

Where does the 30-year-old veteran power forward stand in his recovery process? Here's the latest out of Sacramento.

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