Now that the Chicago Bulls have waived center Andrew Bynum, as expected, let's take a look at where the big man could end up next.While championship contenders Oklahoma City, Miami and San Antonio could all use reinforcement at the center position, it's somewhat doubtful that any of them would risk disrupting their chemistry by signing Bynum, who wore out his welcome in each of his previous three stops with the Lakers, Sixers and Cavaliers.
Tom Carpenter checks in on Boston Celtics small forward Luigi Datome's hopes for the summer, when he will become an unrestricted free agent.
There reportedly will be a huge jump in the NBA's salary cap soon. Tom Carpenter checks in on how that might affect small-market teams.
Tom Carpenter examines how the Chicago Bulls used Derrick Rose in his 2015 playoff debut, when he scored 23 points in 27 minutes.
Nets forward Mirza Teletovic has been cleared to resume basketball-related activities.
Pacers plan to play at a quicker pace, which means C Roy Hibbert could see his minutes reduced next season.
Hornets starting C Al Jefferson likely to remain under contract through next season.
While Melvin Hunt has done a good job and has the backing of the players, management is expected to hire someone else for the Nuggets head coach spot.
A good number of players won't return in 2015-16.
Thunder SF Kyle Singler hopes to re-sign with team, but they don't have room for him.
One report claimed the Pelicans GM and head coach could have been fired if the team didn't make the 2015 NBA playoffs.
The Thunder missed the playoffs, so there may be some speculation that Scott Brooks might be out as OKC's head coach.
Tom Gores: 'I believe in Stan Van Gundy more today than the day I hired him.'
GM Ryan McDonough: 'I think they'll be back and I think you'll see more humility from them.'
Mavs SF Chandler Parsons may miss the start of the playoffs due to issues with his right knee.
The Magic need to improve on defense and that is the side of the court Michael Malone excels as a coach.