NBA Rumors: Potential Moves Before Playoff Rosters Are Set
The trade deadline may have come and passed, but that doesn't mean that teams are finished trying to improve their clubs for the playoff stretch.
Several teams are out there trying to add that one extra piece that could give each team the depth that they may need to make a long postseason run. The deadline for signing free agents to be eligible for the postseason is Friday, so the next couple of days could be busy ones.
Here's a quick look at the latest rumors being talked about around the NBA.
Diaw was bought out by the Charlotte Bobcats and the San Antonio Spurs have quickly become the front-runners to sign him, according to Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski. Diaw's a good passing big man, which would fit in nicely in the Spurs unselfish offensive attack.
The Spurs are also waiting on Mills to clear up his visa issues so they can finalize their deal with the Australian point guard. San Antonio currently has two open roster spots, so they won't need to make a move to add both Mills and Diaw.
It looks as if Fisher will sign a deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder, according to ESPN's Marc Stein, just days after he was bought out by the Houston Rockets. To sign Fisher though, Oklahoma City will have to make a move to clear a roster spot.
He's been linked to both the Lakers and the Heat, and Fox Sports Chris Tomasson reports that Wallace will make his decision on Friday. But with Miami's signing of Ronny Turiaf today, the Heat are likely out of the Wallace sweepstakes.
Douglas-Roberts yesterday hinted at the fact that he would sign with the Chicago Bulls, as the Bulls could definitely use an extra shooting guard as insurance for the often injured Richard Hamilton.
SI.com's Sam Amick has reported that as long as Hickson clears waivers by 6 p.m. EST, he will sign with the Golden State Warriors. Hickson was recently bought out by the Sacramento Kings.
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