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DeAndre Jordan has four meetings setup as free agency gets ready to start. Clippers have slight edge.

Jordan along with Aldridge is one of the biggest names on the free agent market and is drawing attention like it. Lakers, Knicks, Mavericks, Clippers are the four teams that he will be meeting with and the Clippers, his current team, are believed to hold a slight edge over the others. Obviously, it would be a coup for the Lakers to steal the big man from their in city rival who share the arena with them. The Knicks are in serious need of an offensive big man given their lack of one for the last several seasons. Jordan's signing may trigger several dominos to fall quickly after. Analysis: Matt Selz

Mario Hezonja completed his buyout with FC Barcelona. Hezonja should join the Magic in a few days.

The Magic made the European star the fifth pick in the NBA draft last Thursday night. In order for Hezonja to officially become a member of Orlando, he had to be released out of his FC Barcelona contract which the buyout achieves. Hezonja may turn out to be the best player in the 2015 draft once he adjusts to the NBA style of play. The Magic expect the newly acquired Croatian to play in a couple of the teams summer league games. Analysis: Matt Selz

Marc Gasol only has one free agent meeting setup and it's with Memphis.

It looks like the big man will be staying put in Memphis considering that the only meeting he has setup is with his current team. Gasol and Zach Randolph have created a great front court for the Grizzlies that have gotten them into the playoffs the last couple of years. It is possible that once the bigger name front court players are off the market, that Gasol could then gain more interest, if he hasn't already signed. Analysis: Matt Selz

Lamarcus Aldridge is meeting with seven teams and all on Tuesday night in Los Angeles.

Free agency officially starts 12 AM EST Wednesday which means it starts at 9 PM PST Tuesday night. Aldridge is meeting each time in Los Angeles since he maintains a home there. The Lakers, Rockets, Spurs, Suns, Mavericks, Raptors, and Knicks are meeting with him and the Trail Blazers have already offered him a contract. LA is the favorite to land the premium free agent as they are in desperate need of a big man. Analysis: Matt Selz

Update: Thunder have made a qualifying offer to F Kyle Singler.

The Thunder seem intent on signing the ex-Duke forward to a three-year deal. Singler could be in line for more playing time this season, following Jeremy Lamb being traded. Last season, he averaged six points per game, while shooting 38-percent from the field. Analysis: Colby Conway

Pelicans have made a qualifying offer to G Norris Cole.

Cole played roughly 24.4 minutes per game last season with the Pelicans and Heat. Fantasy wise, he was much better with the Pelicans, which will bode well for his 2015-2016 value. Analysis: Colby Conway

Coach Stan Van Gundy says Reggie Jackson is the Pistons' top priority in free agency.

Jackson averaged 14.5 points, 6.0 assists and 4.2 rebounds per game last season, exceeding his career averages. He can be a good fantasy player, but he has some regular inconsistencies, particularly with his shot. Analysis: Colby Conway

Justin Holiday did not receive a qualifying offer from the Warriors.

Holiday won't command the most attention from the free agent market, but he could provide some depth for a team in need of some guards. Plus, he played for the champion Warriors, so that could help his free agent stock. Analysis: Colby Conway

Spurs have made center Tiago Splitter available for trade, in hopes of shedding from the books the $8.5 million he is due next season.

The Spurs were rumored to be interested in LaMarcus Aldridge, so it makes sense that they would try to unload some extra money. Splitter could be a good NBA center with another organization, but we will have to wait to see if he actually does get traded. Analysis: Colby Conway

Ognjen Kuzmic received a qualifying offer from the Warriors.

He hardly played for the team this season, appearing in just 16 games for the team this season. There is no fantasy value here, unless most of the big men in Golden State catch the injury bug. Analysis: Colby Conway

Thunder made a qualifying offer to C Enes Kanter.

This makes obvious sense for the Thunder. Kanter was a great asset for the team and it will be interesting to see what he can do with a full year alongside Russell Westbrook and a hopefully healthy Kevin Durant. Kanter will provide solid fantasy value after some of the bigger names are off the board. Analysis: Colby Conway

Warriors have picked up their player option on F Marreese Speights.

Speights was an important part to the team's championship run this season, despite accruing less than impressive statistics. The team will likely try to retain as much of their team as they can, which will be rather interesting, depending on how much Draymond Green commands in the free agent market. Analysis: Colby Conway

Knicks will not be extending a qualifying offer to forward Quincy Acy, which makes him an unrestricted free agent.

Acy averaged just 5.9 points and 4.4 rebounds per game last year for the unimpressive New York Knicks. He will be a rotation guy for whatever team he lands with, but his already low fantasy value will take a hit. He averaged just under 19 minutes per game last season for the Knicks, an amount he will be hard-pressed to find with another team in the NBA. Analysis: Colby Conway

Lakers will meet with LaMarcus Aldridge immediately after free agency begins Tuesday at 9:01 pm.

The Lakers desperately need a big man, and they are determined to land one of the following: LaMarcus Aldridge, Demarcus Cousins or Kevin Love. While Love is likely to sign with Cleveland, that leaves the Lakers with either Aldridge or Cousins. Aldridge is also looking at the Mavericks and Raptors, but the Lakers are going to get a shot at him right when they are allowed.  Analysis: Colby Conway

Cavaliers have made a qualifying offer to F Tristan Thompson.

LeBron is waiting to sign with the Cavs until he sees that they are financially investing in the right players for the upcoming season. Thompson became a monster in the playoffs, and his fantasy value for next season has skyrocketed. He is a menace on the boards and he is one of the most effective rebounders in the league. Analysis: Colby Conway

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