UPDATE 7/7 3:49pm
Lots of reported activity in NBA Free Agency today.
The Miami Heat announcing they're ready to sign a deal with Charlotte Hornets free-agent Josh McRoberts, which is reportedly worth 23-million dollars over 4 years.
And now, Yahoo Sports is reporting Miami is also agreeing to terms with free-agent small forward Danny Granger on a 2-year deal.
But ESPN also reporting the Houston Rockets are aggressively pursuing Chris Bosh for a max contract of 4-years worth 88-Million, and that Bosh is seriously considering it.
As for Lebron James, he's reportedly set to meet with Heat Team President Pat Riley this week before deciding on where he will go.
James opted out of his contract with the Heat last month. His agent met with several teams last week, including Cleveland, where he spent his first seven NBA seasons.
Riley releasing statements to the media Monday afternoon on the pursuit of Granger and McRoberts. The NBA moratorium period ends Thursday, July 10th.
MIAMI, FL – Miami HEAT President of Basketball Operations Pat Riley announced today that the team has been engaged in negotiations with free agent forward Danny Granger and intends to sign him to a contract at the conclusion of the NBA Moratorium Period.
MIAMI, FL – Miami HEAT President of Basketball Operations Pat Riley announced today that the team has been engaged in negotiations with free agent forward Josh McRoberts and intends to sign him to a contract at the conclusion of the NBA Moratorium Period.
Sources: Rockets offer Bosh max deal of 4 yrs, $96 million. After weekend convo with LeBron and low offer from Heat, Bosh considering offer— Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) July 7, 2014
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