Time to catch up with some links of interest over the past few days. With training camp set to start in less than two weeks (September 28th), the Pacers offseason is suddenly coming to a close with unresolved moves yet to be made. From some innocuous comments on Twitter, we know T.J. Ford is on his way to Indy from his offseason back home in Houston and Magnum Rolle continues working out at the Fieldhouse as if he's a part of the Pacers roster, which is not yet the case, officially. Things will fall into place by the end of camp, but there are still "things" to keep an eye on...
PACERS: Pacers get high marks for offseason moves
Bruno relays some high praise for the Pacers' offseason.
Kellogg faces early challenges
Mike Wells checks in with Clark Kellogg on his new challenging role as Pacers' VP of player relations.
Awards for Colvin, Kellogg
Clark Kellog will be honored along with Rosevelt Colvin with the Major Taylor Award during the Circle City Classic.
Anthem makes impression on Gordon
Jeff Rabjohns catches up with Eric Gordon after he helped Team USA win the gold medal and FIBA world championship for the first time since 1994.
Miami Heat, Phoenix Suns among suitors for Erick Dampier - NBA - SI.com
Former Pacer Dampier is attracting some attention on the open market now that he's not weighted down by a $13 million salary tag.
Memphis Grizzlies agree to deals with Xavier Henry, Greivis Vasquez
Ronald Tillery reports that the Griz appear set to finally sign top pick Xavier Henry.
Nets sign veteran wing Stephen Graham | NJ.com
Former Pacers and all-around good dude, Stephen Graham adds another year in the league and another team sticker to his suitcase.
Nets, Sixers add intrigue to Melo saga - CBSSports.com
Ken Berger ponders the latest options for Carmelo Anthony should Denver make a move.
Shaquille O'Neal Sued for Computer Hacking, Destruction of Evidence -- NBA FanHouse
Shaq is latest in long line of NBA Benedict Arnolds
Fran Blinebury adds Shaq to a list of players to join forces with a former rival which includes Mark Jackson.