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Not sure how accurate this is, but RealGM has compiled the maximum available cap space (minus holds for RFAs) for each team...

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[B][U]Team		Max Cap Space[/U][/B]
LA Lakers	 $62,613,020
Philadelphia	 $61,220,813
Dallas	 	 $56,230,396
Boston	 	 $53,397,958
[U]Orlando	 	 $50,354,805[/U]
Houston	 	 $41,227,808
Washington	 $40,103,848
Charlotte	 $39,830,474
Portland	 $39,784,459
[U]Brooklyn	 $38,277,194[/U]
Memphis	 	 $38,082,020
Miami	 	 $36,643,557
Atlanta	 	 $35,124,459
Phoenix	 	 $33,713,388
[U]Toronto	 	 $32,385,182[/U]
Utah	 	 $31,895,769
Denver	 	 $31,776,000
New York	 $30,372,607
Indiana	 	 $30,139,581
[U]Sacramento	 $25,519,110[/U]
Milwaukee	 $25,248,938
Minnesota	 $24,503,137
Chicago	 	 $23,097,124
New Orleans	 $22,431,197
[U]Oklahoma City	 $22,006,757[/U]
Detroit	 	 $21,748,702
San Antonio	 $15,309,765
Golden State	 $12,754,183
Cleveland	 $10,601,688
LA Clippers	 $8,035,849
 

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Looks like Mozgov to the Lakers, Beal back to the Wizards, and Noah to the Knicks in the early going.
 

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Also reading that the Blazers are planning on offering Chandler Parsons a max deal, something Dallas didn't want to give him.
 

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So with Mozgov and Noah getting those deals, what the fuck is Dwight going to get? Someone is going to give him an absolutely ridiculous max deal.
 

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So with Mozgov and Noah getting those deals, what the fuck is Dwight going to get? Someone is going to give him an absolutely ridiculous max deal.
I was waiting for Knicks to get him but I guess it won't happen anymore and he's definitely not gonna stay in Rockets. He was talking with Hawks but Hawks ain't got no chance lol. So I can't think of a team who would want him because I dont like Howard he's not the old Howard we used to watch with Hedo in Orlando.
 

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I was waiting for Knicks to get him but I guess it won't happen anymore and he's definitely not gonna stay in Rockets. He was talking with Hawks but Hawks ain't got no chance lol. So I can't think of a team who would want him because I dont like Howard he's not the old Howard we used to watch with Hedo in Orlando.
You wont see that Howard anymore. He had exactly what he wanted in Orlando. A offense that was built around him and it wasnt good enough for him. He needs the volume of shots to be the old Howard and even then i think he's not capable of playing above the rim ball like he used too.
 

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So Ish Smith to the Pistons, Whiteside to the Heat, Batum to the Hornets, Clarkson to the Lakers, DJ Augustin to the Magic, and Drummond to Detroit all seem like done deals at this point.
 

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Also, the Portland Trailblazers have officially offered Chandler Parsons the 4-year max. No word yet on whether he plans to accept it.
 

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Mike Conley appears to have narrowed his list down to Memphis or Dallas. He reportedly cancelled scheduled meetings with Houston and San Antonio.
 

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ESPN.com’s Zach Lowe reported early Friday morning that the bidding for Bazemore may be in the $19-20 million range per season.
Supposedly, met with Houston last night but no offer. Lakers now interested as well.
 

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Supposedly, met with Houston last night but no offer. Lakers now interested as well.
That actually wouldn't surprise me. The Lakers still have $35mil+ to spend.
 

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Supposedly, met with Houston last night but no offer. Lakers now interested as well.
19m a season for what? The guy has only averaged more than 10ppg twice in six seasons. Im sorry, but this is why the NBA will be locked out. I understand potential when there is a case, but this is just flat out silly.
 

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19m a season for what? The guy has only averaged more than 10ppg twice in six seasons. Im sorry, but this is why the NBA will be locked out. I understand potential when there is a case, but this is just flat out silly.
It's not even about potential. He's 27 years old. Not sure there is much of an expectation for huge improvement from whoever signs him.
 

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He can say he wants 19-20M, but someone still has to actually give him that offer. I'm still not seeing it... unless it's a team just trying to reach the salary floor.
 

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He can say he wants 19-20M, but someone still has to actually give him that offer. I'm still not seeing it... unless it's a team just trying to reach the salary floor.
I thought 15M that sounds about right, but if there's multiple teams interested I could see it being a little bit more.
 

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It's not even about potential. He's 27 years old. Not sure there is much of an expectation for huge improvement from whoever signs him.
I looked at him as a 8-10m player when the grouping of the FA pool was released. He could be a nice 20 min per player, but him being a focal piece of any offense is asinine.
 

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Looks like the 76ers are making moves to sign two or more of the free agent off-guards on the market. They have been rumored to be in the mix for Allen Crabbe, Jamal Crawford, Dion Waiters, Evan Fournier, and Evan Turner.
 
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