As you may have noticed for the last couple of weeks, all has been quiet on the Bringing The Heat front. With free agency having officially started July 1 (and gossip beginning long before that), things in the NBA have gotten a bit hectic. Although some major moves have already taken place, for the most part, information currently circulating out there is hearsay at best. I will admit I am guilty of closely following the rumor mill myself, but am keeping it to Twitter until a piece of news has been confirmed.
With that said, here is the latest:
LeBron James is set to meet with Miami Heat president Pat Riley, today in Las Vegas.
James and Dwyane Wade had dinner together in Vegas, biggest Wade news heard in a minute.
Chris Bosh has been offered a maximum, 4 year contract by the Houston Rockets.
Danny Granger has been signed to the Heat on a $4.2 million/2 year deal.
Josh McRoberts was signed to Miami on a $23 million/4 year deal.
The Heat could use Mario Chalmers, via a sign-and-trade, to clear space.
The Cleveland Cavaliers are doing everything in their power to get James back.
Ray Allen and Mike Miller are also on the Cavaliers’ mind.
Carmelo Anthony seems as though he is waiting on James’ decision, before making his own.
The Summer League has begun: here are the players to keep an eye on.
What does an NBA Free Agency contract, even look like?
Fingers crossed that something more than empty chatter happens over the next few days. Be sure to follow me on Twitter (@ChitownHeiress) and check out ESPN’s awesomely compiled NBA list to stay up to the date on all the latest as well.