The Grizzlies are interested in potential free agent forward Leon Powe.
Cleveland has reached a buyout agreement with Powe and he will clear waivers on Tuesday.
Boston and New York have also expressed interest in Powe.
If Memphis signed Powe, Rodney Carney would not be re-signed following the end of his current 10-day contract.
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The Clippers on Sunday bought out veteran swingman Rasual Butler, who averaged five points in 18 minutes and was in the last year of a contract paying him $2.4 million.
The Bulls, who possess roughly $2.9 million of salary cap room, are confident they can sign him once he clears waivers.
However, a source said Butler also is drawing interest from the Celtics, Hawks and Thunder.
Mike Bibby will meet with the Wizards on Monday to discuss a buyout.
If Bibby becomes a free agent, the Heat will pursue his services to upgrade the point guard position.
Carlos Arroyo has fallen out of the rotation and Mario Chalmers remains inconsistent.
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It appeared as though the Celtics cleared a roster spot to sign Troy Murphy on Thursday, but the soon-to-be-bought-out forward has yet to make a decision, according to a source.
Ken Berger of CBS Sports is reporting that Murphy is still deciding among Boston, Miami and Orlando.
George Karl, Carmelo Anthony
Carmelo Anthony seemed to use Twitter to respond to criticism from George Karl in an interview segment that aired during the TNT broadcast of the game between Denver and Boston on Thursday.
In that interview, Karl said that Anthony was the best offensive player he has ever coached but that Anthony’s commitment on the defensive end was lacking.
Moments after the segment, Anthony Tweeted the following:
“Damn, are u serious. Some people never seize [sic] to amaze me. Unbelievable,” Anthony wrote. “WHEN THE GRASS IS CUT THE SNAKES WILL SHOW.”
After the Nuggets defeated the Celtics, Anthony Tweeted again, congratulating his former teammates on the victory.
“Congrats to the homies. Great win tonite,” he wrote.
Sources tell Alan Hahn that after completion of his buyout with the Rockets, Jared Jeffries will sign with the Knicks.
Jeffries was traded from New York to Houston on trade deadline day last year to help clear salary-cap room ahead of New York’s summer free-agent pursuits.
The Knicks are now in need of frontcourt depth after dealing for Carmelo Anthony.
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Charlotte’s Gerald Wallace has been traded to Portland, according to sources.
The Blazers had strongly been coveting an upgrade at the deadline.
Portland will send Joel Przybilla, Dante Cunningham and two first round picks to the Bobcats in exchange for Wallace.