Just to keep tab of things that have already happened and what might happen and what's on their respective plates.
George Hill, 5 years, Indiana Pacers – The financial terms of this deal haven’t been disclosed just yet, so it’s impossible to say how good a deal the Pacers got, but considering how versatile a guard he is, it’s nice to see the Pacers lock him down for the longest contract possible. It’s a safe assumption that the dollar amount isn’t anything outrageous, but we’ll see about that when the numbers leak.
Roy Hibbert, 4 years, $58 million (offer sheet), Portland Trail Blazers – The Indiana Pacers were hoping and praying that Hibbert wouldn’t sign a max offer sheet because they really didn’t want to pay him that much. He averaged only about 14 ppg and 9 rpg last season in Indy, yet he’ll be making almost as much money as Kevin Durant next season. There has always been a premium on size, however, and the Blazers clearly wanted a franchise center to stick next to LaMarcus Aldridge. Hibbert would be it, even if it meant overpaying to get him. Sources say Hibbert is leaning towards Portland right now because of the respect they showed him with the big money (the Pacers never did offer him max dollars), but it’s hard to envision Indiana not matching the offer sheet. They have started looking at other free agent centers, however, just in case.
Brandon Roy Minnesota - two-year deal worth $10.4 million
Goran Dragic, 4-year, $30M deal with potential to be $34M from annual $1M All-Star bonuses. 4th year is player option, Phoenix
Eric Gordon - The New Orleans Hornets plan to match the maximum four-year, $58 million offer sheet free-agent guard Eric Gordon received from the Phoenix Suns, league sources told Yahoo! Sports.
Jamaal Crawford - 4 years, $25M, LA Clippers
Gerald Green - Drawing interests from Pacers.
Ian Mahinmi - Drawing interests from Pacers.
Chris Kaman - Had a nice dinner with Pacer top brass.
J.J.Hickson - No update.
Carl Landry - No update.
OJ Mayo - Interests.