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The Spurs have withdrawn qualifying offer to Cory Joseph.

After signing Lamarcus Aldrigde, the Spurs are going to be up against the cap. As a result, they won't have room to fit Joseph in under the cap given the qualifying offer previously made. But even if they squeeze Joseph in under the cap, he's not really a rotation player. Analysis: Brett Talley

Jeremy Evans agreed to a two-year deal with the Mavericks.

Evans averaged just seven minutes per game with the Jazz last year. He's nothing more than depth for the Mavs and shouldn't have any fantasy value. Analysis: Brett Talley

Cavaliers are considering trading for Joe Johnson.

The Cavs have a nice trade chip in Brendan Haywood's $10.5 million non-guaranteed contract. Apparently they're considering using it to acquire Johnson to add some perimeter scoring. Analysis: Brett Talley

Lou Williams has reached agreement on a deal with the Los Angeles Lakers.

Williams averaged 15.5 points per game in 25.2 minutes per game with Toronto last year. He'll play behind Kobe on the depth chart. Analysis: Brett Talley

Rasual Butler has drawn interest from the Blazers, Spurs and Warriors.

Now that all of the good wing players have signed, veterans like Butler will be in demand for bench jobs. Butler averaged 20.1 minutes per game with the Wizards last season, averaging 7.7 ppg. The Warriors do not appear to have any room for Butler in their rotation, but he could average around 20 minutes per game for the Blazers or Spurs. Analysis: Steve Pimental

Rodney Stuckey has agreed in principle on three-year, $21 million deal with the Indiana Pacers.

Stuckey started 36 of his 71 games in his first season with the Pacers, averaging 12.6 points in 26.4 minutes while shooting a career-high .390% from behind the arc. Stuckey should continue to start at shooting guard for the Pacers so long as he can stay healthy. Analysis: Steve Pimental

GM Steve Mills continue to talk to Jason Smith's representatives about bringing Smith back next season.

Smith averaged 8.0 points, 4.0 rebounds and 1.7 assists over 21.8 minutes per game last season while appearing in all 82 games. The Knicks are making a lot of free agent moves this summer and are currently revamping the roster, but would like to keep Smith and have him maintain his same role. Analysis: Howard Bender

Norris Cole is the top remaining free agent the New Orleans Pelicans are making a push to re-sign.

Norris Cole had the luxury of playing with Lebron James the first couple of years in the league. Now playing for a New Orleans team, Cole is having trouble establishing himself as a solid PG. If he re-signs with Pelicans, expect him to play a role off the bench.  Analysis: Dillon Conklin

Kevin Seraphin is drawing interest from at least four NBA teams. Wizards, Suns, Lakers and Spurs are all interested in acquiring him.

Signing Seraphin for any of these teams would be to bolster their backcourt. Seraphin is a solid Center that does not score or rebound a lot. He would be in the game mainly for his defense. Any team that is looking to sign him should be able to get him cheap.  Analysis: Dillon Conklin

Dante Cunningham has agreed to a three-year contract with the Pelicans.

This is a solid move by the Pelicans to bolster their bench this off season. Cunningham played in 66 games for the Pelicans last year averaging 5.2 points per game. He will add some much needed depth to this team and should average just over 25 minutes per game next season.  Analysis: Dillon Conklin

LeBron James won't re-sign a contract until the Cavaliers re-sign Tristan Thompson.

Another year another game of where will Lebron James end up. After opting out of his contract he said he would wait until the Cavs made all their moves to re-sign. Now again here we are and we have come to another fork in the road. Everyone still fully expects Lebron to sign with the Cavs, but it wouldn't be a NBA off season without some Lebron drama. Analysis: Dillon Conklin

Kosta Koufos will sign a four-year deal with the Kings.

According to initial reports, center Kosta Koufos will sign a four year $33 million dollar contract with the Sacramento Kings. Last year, Koufos averaged 5.2 points and 5.3 rebounds per game. But his value was more tied to his defense in which he was worth 2.5 win shares in less than 17 minutes per game.  Analysis: Greg Jewett

Spurs are waiting to hear from Manu Ginobili about his plans for next season.

The Spurs will need to know what Ginobili wants to do next season in order for them to round out the rest of the roster. They will give him as much time as he needs, but his decision should come relatively soon. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Carlos Delfino is expected to meet with the Spurs.

Delfino would be a solid option to round out the Spurs roster, and at this point they appear to be the most likely to sign him.  Analysis: Ben Diamond

Amare Stoudemire will speak with Clippers "in next day or so" and is also looking at a few other teams.

Stoudemire appears to view the Clippers as a front runner to sign him, but it is far from a sure thing as he is still considering other options. Analysis: Ben Diamond

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