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Kevin Love: 'I'm going back to Cleveland'

Love broke the news on The Players Tribune, writing: "Yeah, of course I’ve heard the free agency rumors. But at the end of the day, and after meeting with my teammates (it turns out pools are great meeting places) and with the front office, it was clear Cleveland was the place for me. ... We have unfinished business and now it’s time to get back to work."

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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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Tom Haberstroh: Kevin Love wants wins

"Looking at the Lakers and looking at the Knicks -- that's not where they are yet. They're years away from contending for championships. ... This is really big news, because [the Cavs] need to get that talent to maintain their championship contention."

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Royce Young @royceyoung

OKC fans that think Singler isn't good are going off 26 games. He's exactly the kind of role playing wing you've been saying the team needs.

Jimmy Butler, Bulls agree on 5-year deal

The deal is worth $90M, sources tell ESPN's Brian Windhorst. Butler will have a player option for the fifth year of the deal, but the contract assures he will be in Chicago through the 2019-20 season.

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Royce Young @royceyoung

With Kyle Singler re-signed (and Kanter likely to come), it's likely the Thunder will look to move Perry Jones or Steve Novak (or both).

Singler staying in Oklahoma City

Kyle Singler has agreed to a 5-year deal, worth almost $25M with OKC. Singler averaged 6 ppg and 2.4 rpg last season. The Thunder can now turn their attention to finalizing an agreement with restricted free agent Enes Kanter.

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ICYMI: Fast and furious NBA free agency

DeMarre Carroll is now a Raptor, Kawhi Leonard will stick and stay with the Spurs and Anthony Davis is a paid man. More moves are in the works, so don't blink. Roundup

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No deal in place for Warriors, Green

Restricted free agent Draymond Green and the Warriors have reached an impasse and have broken off contract talks, sources tell ESPN's Ramona Shelburne.

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Tim MacMahon @espn_macmahon

If the Mavs don't close the deal on DeAndre Jordan, their best bet might be to see if Pacers still want to dump Roy Hibbert's salary.

Windhorst: Love remains loyal to Cavs

Brian Windhorst: "This is a grand plan for the Cavs. There was some concern that he wouldn't take a long deal, but this is him locking in, he's showing faith in the franchise."

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Tim MacMahon @espn_macmahon

The relationship between Tyson Chandler and Dallas is so unique. Any other cases of guy considered legend who had 2 1-season stints w/ team?

Johnson agrees to deal with Celtics

Amir Johnson has agreed to a 2-year, $24M deal with the Boston Celtics, sources told ESPN's Jeff Goodman. Johnson averaged 9 ppg and 6.1 rpg last season with the Raptors.

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Brian Windhorst @WindhorstESPN

Can confirm other reports that Kyle Singler has agreed to a five-year, $25M deal with Thunder, sources said. Final year is team option

Brooklyn banks on Brook Lopez

Tom Haberstroh on the Nets re-signing the big man: "The NBA is getting smaller, but the Nets are making a bet here that Brook Lopez as a traditional center is going to make big gains next year."

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Ian Begley @IanBegley

#Knicks have been in touch with forward Lance Thomas about a new deal, per sources. Spurs and Nets have also expressed interest in Thomas.

Cavs close to re-signing Thompson

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

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Ian Begley @IanBegley

The #Knicks have expressed interest in K.J. McDaniels, a restricted FA, league sources say. Houston would have the chance to match any offer

Lillard could match Davis' contract

Chris Broussard: "[Damian Lillard's] contract numbers are less than Anthony Davis' 5 years, $145 million. They're less because Davis has started in two All-Star games and made two All-NBA teams. If Lillard does one of those things this year, then his [contract] numbers could be the same as Anthony Davis' 5 years, 145."

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Knight agrees to stay with Suns

Brandon Knight has agreed to a five-year deal worth $70 million to stay with the Phoenix Suns, sources told ESPN's Jeff Goodman. The deal contains no option years for Knight, who averaged 17 points the past two seasons.

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