Kevin Love trade talks are heating up, and again it's Cleveland rumored to be doing what it can to land the All-Star forward. Love may not be the only Timberwolves player involved in the deal, according to one new report.
Virtually every player on the Phoenix roster last season enjoyed a career year, and much of the credit must go to first-year head coach Jeff Hornacek.

From Eric Bledsoe to Gerald Green to Miles Plumlee and the Morris twins, it was a year to remember around the Valley of the Sun -- even though they narrowly missed the playoffs.

Now heading into year two under the new regime, the Suns have had a chance to bring in more players who fit what Hornacek is looking for, and T.J. Warren certainly appears to be one of them.

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Utah's Trey Burke finished third place in the running for the NBA's Rookie of the Year honors last season, but when prized Australian guard Dante Exum slipped to the Jazz in last month's draft the question must be asked: Is Burke's future in Utah that of a starter or a reserve?

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Top landing spots for Marion 

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Veteran small forward Shawn Marion remains unsigned, to the surprise of many around the industry. So which teams still might be interested in the 36-year-old? Here's the latest on that.

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Will the stress fracture in Manu Ginobili's right leg prevent him from taking part in the 2014 FIBA World Cup?

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Jan Vesely eyes move to Fenerbahce 

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The Denver Nuggets currently have 14 players under contract and that number will drop to 13 if the rumor from Turkey is true.

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Mavs target another PG? 

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The Dallas Mavericks now have 13 players under contract with fully guaranteed salaries for 2014-15 after the signed Richard Jefferson to his veteran minimum deal. The Mavs should start the regular season with a full 15-man team, which means they'll keep two more player from those signed between now and the start of training camp.

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Why Evan Turner picked Celtics 

July, 22, 2014
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Evan Turner has been looking for a team since he is not returning to the Indiana Pacers and Monday he agreed to a deal with the Boston Celtics, reports the Boston Herald. Turner will be signed using part of the mid-level exception.

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Suns expect Eric Bledsoe to return 

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Now that the top 2014 free agents are off the board, the top unsigned player is probably Phoenix Suns guard Eric Bledsoe. The Suns and Bledsoe are currently at an impasse, but they are confident a deal will get done.

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D-Day looming for Ian Clark, Erik Murphy 

July, 22, 2014
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The Utah Jazz have completed their summer league schedule and now general manager Dennis Lindsey will spend the next few weeks setting up the roster for training camp.

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Wolves roster almost set 

July, 22, 2014
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The Minnesota Timberwolves and free forward Robbie Hummel have agreed to terms and according to Darren Wolfson of 1500ESPN.com, the deal is a guaranteed one-year contract. The Wolves wanted to bring back Hummel since he can stretch the floor with his ability to hit long-range jump shots.

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Pistons last roster spot 

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The Detroit Pistons have agreed to terms with rookie guard Spencer Dinwiddie and according to ESPN.com's Marc Stein, the deal is for three years. Once Dinwiddie, Aaron Gray and Cartier Martin complete their deals the Pistons will have 15 players under contract, but that doesn't mean the roster is set for 2014-15.

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First-round picks Noah Vonleh and P.J. Hairston have both experienced good and bad moments during Summer League, but word out of Charlotte is that neither may make much of an impact as a rookie.

Why do we say that? Here's the latest.

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What Cody Zeller needs to show 

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In a lot of ways, Cody Zeller's Summer League performance offers promise of a bright future in the NBA. The lottery pick floundered in his rookie season in Charlotte, so Zeller's impressive play this summer has to have a lot of Hornets fans relieved.

However, there's one area of the floor Zeller still has to show drastic improvement. If he does, it could bode well for his success and the success of the Hornets in 2014-15.

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In three NBA seasons, Chris Singleton has yet to turn into the type of player some envisioned him to be when Washington selected him with the No. 18 pick in the 2011 NBA draft.

He'll get a new start on a new team in 2014-15, and two teams are reportedly looking to sign him.

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