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Al-Farouq Aminu Agrees To Two-Year, $2.1M Deal With Mavericks

Al-Farouq Aminu has agreed to a two-year, $2.1 million contract with the Dallas Mavericks.

Aminu will have a player option on the second season of his deal.

Aminu averaged 7.2 points and 6.2 rebounds in 25.6 minutes per game while shooting 47.4 percent from the floor last season for the New Orleans Pelicans.

Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/2014/07/23/5990120/mavericks-void-the-contract-of.html#storylink=cpy
Via Dwain Price/Dallas Star-Telegram

Mavericks Void One-Year Deal Of Rashard Lewis

The Dallas Mavericks have voided hte one-year contract of Rashard Lewis.

Lewis needs knee surgery, which was discovered during his physical examination.

"We wish him all the best for a speedy recovery and continued succes," said Donnie Nelson in a statement.

Via Marc J. Spears/Yahoo! Sports

Jameer Nelson To Meet With Mavs

The Dallas Mavericks will meet with Jameer Nelson On Thursday.

The Mavericks still have their $2.7 million room exception to offer to Nelson and are hopeful of being able to complete a deal.

The Mavericks are continuing to look for another veteran point guard.

Via Marc Stein/ESPN

Eric Griffin Signs Three-Year Deal With Mavs

Eric Griffin’s contract with the Dallas Mavericks is a three-year, non-guaranteed deal, league sources told RealGM.

The Mavericks announced the free agent signing of Griffin on Friday.

Griffin is averaging 9.8 points, 2.8 rebounds and two blocks for the Mavericks’ summer league team this month, and he’s a high-level athlete and an increasingly skilled forward. At 6-foot-8, Griffin had arguably the best dunk of summer league: a one-handed slam over Shane Larkin.

Griffin had gone to training camp with the Miami Heat last season and was a final roster cut. He then played in Puerto Rico and Venezuela.

Griffin, 24, averaged 15.7 points and 8.7 rebounds in his senior season at Campbell University.

Via Shams Charania/RealGM

Rashard Lewis Agrees Upon One-Year Minimum Deal With Mavericks

Rashard Lewis has agreed upon a one-year deal with the Dallas Mavericks for the veteran's minimum.

Lewis spent the past two seasons with the Miami Heat, averaging 16.2 minutes in 60 appearances last season.

Lewis started eight games in the 2014 NBA Playoffs.

Via Marc J. Spears/Yahoo! Sports

Nowitzki Rejected Max Offers From Lakers, Rockets To Re-Sign With Mavs For $25M Over Three

Dirk Nowitzki accepted a three-year, $25 million contract to re-sign with the Dallas Mavericks.

Both the Los Angeles Lakers and Houston Rockets approached Nowitzki with max offers, but he turned them down to remain with the Mavericks.

Via Marc Stein/ESPN

Rockets May Have Accelerated Parsons' Payday As Unofficial Part Of Dwight's Deal

Many around the NBA widely suspect that an unofficial part of Dwight Howard signing with the Houston Rockets was for the team to accelerate the free agency of Chandler Parsons.

Howard and Parsons are both represented by Dan Fegan.

No one directly involved with the Parsons negotiations, however, would confirm it.

The Rockets could have picked up their team option on Parsons at under $1 million, but they declined it in order for him to become a restricted free agent this offseason instead of an unrestricted free agent in 2015.

Parsons signed a three-year, $46 million contract with the Dallas Mavericks that the Rockets would have matched if they had also signed Chris Bosh.

Via Zach Lowe/Grantland

Parsons 'Offended' By Treatment From Rockets In Free Agency

Chandler Parsons joined the Dallas Mavericks on Sunday as the Houston Rockets declined to match his three-year, $46 million contract.

"Honestly, I was offended by the whole process," Parsons told Yahoo! Sports on Monday in a phone interview. "They publicly said that they were going out looking for a third star when I thought they had one right in front of them. I guess that's just how they viewed me as a player. I don't think I've scratched the surface of where I can be as a player and I think I'm ready for that role.

"You can't knock them for always trying to get better. [Houston general manager] Daryl Morey is very aggressive, is a genius, a great GM and I have nothing but respect for those guys. And they are looking to make their team better. That's what they were doing. I just thought I could be that guy that could do that."

The Rockets gave Parsons an opportunity to explore free agency as a restricted free agent by opting out of the final year of his deal that would've paid him $964,750.

The Rockets went after superstar free agents such as LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Bosh.

"They really showed how much they cared for me," Parsons said. "They didn't want me to wait for Bosh. They didn't want me to wait for 'Melo. They came forward first."

The Rockets ultimately decided to sign Trevor Ariza to a three-year, $32 million contract.

"Throughout the whole process they pretty much told me they were going to match everything," Parsons said. "I understand it's a business. I understand they had to do what they thought was best for their organization. It definitely caught me off-guard a little bit."

Parsons said he has "nothing but respect" for his former club though.

"They gave me my first opportunity,” Parsons said. "They believed in me. They drafted me. I have nothing but love and respect for them. They will have a special place in my heart. The fans were unbelievable and I hope they have no hard feelings. I had to do what is best for my career."

Via Marc J. Spears/Yahoo! Sports

Mavericks, Rockets Also Trying to Sign Mike Miller

The Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets have entered the picture to sign Mike Miller.

Miller has also received interest from the Denver Nuggets and Cleveland Cavaliers, among other clubs.

The Nuggets have given Miller his best financial offer.

Update: Jeff Goodman of ESPN reports that Miller is currently leaning towards signing with the Cavaliers, though the Nuggets remain in play.

Via Marc Stein/ESPN

Rockets Decline To Match Chandler Parsons' $46M Offer Sheet With Mavs

The Houston Rockets have decided not to match Chandler Parsons' three-year, $46 million offer sheet he signed with the Dallas Mavericks.

The Rockets declined their team option on Parsons to help their chances of signing a major free agent while keeping him from unrestricted free agency next summer.

The Rockets were torn over their decision on Parsons since they would have preferred to keep him.

Trevor Ariza will replace Parsons at small forward.

Via Jonathan Feigen/Houston Chronicle

Dallas Mavericks Archives

Mavericks Reached Out To Dwyane Wade

The Mavericks reached out to Dwyane Wade on Friday, according to a report.

Mavs Expect Parsons' Offer Sheet To Be Matched, Engaging Deng, Ariza

The Mavericks have moved on to engage Luol Deng and Trevor Ariza in free agency talks.

Mavs Submit Chandler Parsons Offer Sheet To Rockets

The Rockets and Mavericks discussed sign-and-trade discussions briefly before the offer sheet was submitted.

Mavs Waiting To Submit Chandler Parsons Offer Sheet, Exploring Options

Donnie Nelson said that the Mavericks are still exploring options and that the offer sheet won't be submitted until Thursday night.

Chris Bosh To Sign With Rockets If LeBron Leaves

The Rockets would need to sign Chris Bosh before matching Chandler Parsons' offer sheet with the Mavericks.

Chandler Parsons, Mavs Agree Upon $46M Offer Sheet

Chandler Parsons is a restricted free agent, which will give the Rockets three days to match.

Artem Klimenko, Mavs Partnering As Center Plans To Develop In Russia Next Season

Artem Klimenko is expected to head to the United States to visit the Mavericks and their staff at some point in the summer, sources said.

Lance Stephenson Receiving Interest From Lakers, Mavericks, Celtics

The Pacers have offered a five-year, $44 million contract to Lance Stephenson.

Devin Harris Agrees To Re-Sign With Mavs On Three-Year, $9M Deal

Devin Harris rejoined the Mavericks last offseason.

Bosh's Agent Calls Teams To Reconfirm Max Slot Would Be Available

Chris Bosh's agent has recently placed calls with multiple teams to reconfirm that a max contract offer would remain available to him.

Suns, Rockets, Mavs, Cavaliers Meet With LeBron's Agent

The Suns could make space to sign both LeBron James and either Carmelo Anthony or Chris Bosh while keeping a talented young core together.

Dirk Nowitzki, Mavs Agree Upon Three-Year, $30M Deal

The Mavericks and Dirk Nowitzki have agreed upon a three-year contract.

Kyle Lowry Agrees To Re-Sign With Raptors On Four-Year, $48M Deal

Kyle Lowry has agreed upon a four-year, $48 million contract to re-sign with the Raptors.

Carmelo Meets With Rockets For Six Hours, Just Two For Mavs

Carmelo Anthony also met privately for about 10 minutes with Dwight Howard and James Harden.

Rival Teams Unable To Get In Touch With LeBron, Essentially Moving On

Teams that were hoping to be in contact with LeBron James have been shut out after the first day of free agency.

Troy Daniels Receives Interest From Rockets, Mavs, Spurs, Grizzlies, Pelicans

The Rockets hope to re-sign Troy Daniels.

Nowitzki, Mavericks To Finalize Terms Of New Deal After Meeting With Carmelo

Dirk Nowitzki will be prominent in the Mavericks' recruiting pitch to Anthony.

Thabo Sefolosha Scheduling Meetings With Teams; No Thunder Contact Yet

Thabo Sefolosha has received interest from the Clippers, Mavericks, Rockets and Raptors among others, league sources told RealGM.

Hawes Drawing Interest From Blazers, Clippers, Rockets, Mavericks, Cavaliers

Spencer Hawes has become a popular target since free agency kicked off Monday night.

Pau Gasol Receives Calls From Lakers, Bulls, Mavs, Warriors

Pau Gasol is a free agent for the first time in his career.
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