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Royce Young @royceyoung

Picturing a Thunder-Clippers playoff series where Paul Pierce tries to guard Kevin Durant for 40 minutes.

What should D.J. do in free agency?

Max Kellerman suggests DeAndre Jordan join the Lakers and cash in next season when Kobe Bryant is off the books. Marcellus Wiley doesn't buy that advice: "Let me ask you if going to a worse team for less money with questionable ownership is a better move or not."

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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

Wizards were feeling good about their chances when week began, but lure of Doc/hometown/etc. prompts Pierce to bolt for $3.4M next season

Pierce shifts coasts, joins Clippers

Paul Pierce has agreed to a three-year, $10.5 million deal with the Clippers, according to Marc Stein and multiple reports. The deal will reunite Pierce with his former coach Doc Rivers in L.A. The two won a championship together with the Celtics in 2008.

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Arash Markazi @ArashMarkazi

Paul Pierce's deal with the Clippers is for 3 years but don't focus on the years. It'll essentially be year to year. He turns 38 in October.

Green, Warriors not seeing eye to eye

ESPN senior writer Ramona Shelburne: "Right now, there's a gap. And somebody I talked to said it's not good or bad, but there's a gap right now. And until the Warriors offer him what is closer to what everybody else is getting paid, they're not talking."

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Arash Markazi @ArashMarkazi

I'm told it's still between the Clippers and Mavs for DeAndre Jordan but Jordan is enjoying free agent process. Meeting with Lakers tonight.

Ramona Shelburne @ramonashelburne

Robin Lopez met with the Milwaukee Bucks today and is dining with the Knicks tonight. Teams that miss on LMA/Monroe/DJ will join pursuit too

NBA Free Agency Special on ESPN2, 7 p.m. ET

Anthony Davis, Kevin Love and Jimmy Butler will stay put, while Tyson Chandler and DeMarre Carroll have found new homes. But where will Draymond Green land? The NBA crew talks the latest buzz and how today's free agency moves impact the NBA. Watch on ESPN2/WatchESPN

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DaMarre Carroll signs for 4 years, $60M

Chris Broussard: "Tons of teams were interested in DeMarre Carroll as kind of that second-tier free agent. So you wonder, well why so quickly to Toronto? When you see those numbers, you know why he went so quickly to the Raptors."

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Millsap returning to Hawks

All-Star Paul Millsap has decided to return to the Hawks, agreeing to a three-year deal worth $59 million, according ESPN's Chris Broussard and multiple reports. Millsap turned down a maximum 4-year, $80M deal from the Magic.

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Suns emerge as threat for Aldridge

Phoenix has moved into a contending position alongside the Spurs to sign LaMarcus Aldridge away from the Blazers, according to ESPN's Marc Stein. The Suns took a big step in appealing to Aldridge by coming to terms with Tyson Chandler earlier today. Sources say the Spurs remain the biggest threat to the Blazers.

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Marc Stein @ESPNSteinLine

Says once source close to the talks: Phoenix has moved into a contending position alongside San Antonio in the LaMarcus Aldridge Sweepstakes

ICYMI: Fast and furious NBA free agency

Kevin Love will stick and stay with the Cavs, DeMarre Carroll is now a Raptor, and Jimmy Butler got his money from the Bulls. More moves are in the works, so don't blink. Roundup

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Chandler joins Suns on 4-year deal

Tyson Chandler has agreed to a four-year deal worth $52M with the Phoenix Suns, ESPN's Marc Stein reports. Chandler averaged 10.3 ppg, 11.5 rpg and 1.2 blkpg last season with the Mavs.

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Cavs close to re-signing Thompson

Sources told ESPN that the pact is expected to exceed $80M over five years to keep the promising power forward in a frontcourt that will also feature Kevin Love after Love announced he's staying in Cleveland.

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