Mighty Moke’s Top 50 Free Agents – July 7 Update

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The wheels continue to turn in the world of NBA free agency. In case you missed it, Zaza Pachulia has decided to take his talents to Milwaukee and leaves the Atlanta Hawks after ending last season as its longest tenured player. We have been waiting on watching to see where some of our second tier free agents would end up, and the Dwight dominoes continue to fall. According to Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski, J.J. Hickson has agreed in principle to sign a

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Mighty Moke’s Top 50 Free Agents — July 5 Update

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Just about everyone is saying Dwight Howard has spurned the Los Angeles Lakers and joined the Houston Rockets – except Dwight Howard. The Dwecision – at least an official one – remains on hold, and the words “InDwecision” and “Dwightmare II” are making their way into the online lexicon. There is now word that Dwight will make his announcement via Twitter sometime this weekend – after saying he would make his decision Friday, of course – and the extremely reliable Sam Amick

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Dwecision Day for Dwight? ESPN flying solo on Warriors angle

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The stories stopped popping about the same time the fireworks stopped exploding on the East Coast. And what do we have to start the day as we await Dwight Howard’s Dwecision? ESPN.com’s Marc Stein and Ramona Shelburne, two of the best in the biz, would appear to be pushing the Dwight-to-Golden State angle hard if you merely glanced at ESPN.com’s home page or NBA page. That would leave them practically all alone in their current stance on the summer’s biggest free agency

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SH Blog: Warriors trying to clear salary cap to sign Howard, Evans to Pelicans in three-team deal

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It had been widely believed throughout the league that the only realistic teams in the Howard sweepstakes were the Houston Rockets and Dallas Mavericks, with the Los Angeles Lakers being a hopeful third option. Howard also met with the Atlanta Hawks and Golden State Warriors, but no one really believed that they would be realistic candidates, despite various reports that the Warriors had made an enticing case for the coveted center. [Read more…]

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