• Lands in Boston
    Stevens signed a contract with the Celtics on Friday, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.

    Advice: Stevens started 25 of his 62 appearances with the Cavaliers last year and averaged 5.3 points and 3.3 rebounds in 18.1 minutes per game. Cleveland picked up his team option in late June before dealing him to the Spurs a few days later. He was let go by San Antonio in mid-July but will have a chance to compete for a role with the Celtics ahead of the 2023-24 campaign. The 26-year-old is a skilled defender and should provide depth on the wing behind Jayson Tatum. Rotowire.com Friday, 12:25 pm
  • Inks deal with Sacramento
    The Kings signed Burton to a training camp deal Friday, Brenden Nunes of Kings Pulse reports.

    Advice: Burton made two NBA appearances for the Kings last season but spent most of his time with the Stockton Kings of the G League. He averaged 11.5 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.7 assists with Stockton and will look to compete for a regular-season roster spot. Rotowire.com Friday, 10:39 am
  • Healthy ahead of 2023-24 campaign
    McDaniels moved past his hand injury over the summer and should be healthy ahead of training camp, Alec Ausmus of KSTP reports.

    Advice: McDaniels suffered a fractured hand while punching a wall in the tunnel during the Timberwolves' regular-season finale last year and was forced to miss the playoffs. However, he indicated in mid-June that he's good to go and learned a lot about himself during the offseason. McDaniels is a candidate for a contract extension before the start of the 2023-24 season after taking a step forward last year, averaging 12.1 points, 3.9 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 30.6 minutes per game over 79 appearances. Rotowire.com Friday, 10:15 am
  • Joining Sacramento
    Comanche signed a training camp deal with the Kings on Wednesday, Frankie Cartoscelli of SactownSports.com reports.

    Advice: Comanche spent most of the 2022-23 season with the Kings' G League affiliate in Stockton and averaged 13.0 points, 8.0 rebounds and 1.5 blocks per game before briefly joining the Trail Blazers during the final days of the campaign. With each of the three two-way slots filled for Sacramento, Comanche will most likely end up in the G League once again in 2023-24. Rotowire.com Wednesday, 6:50 pm
  • Extension contracts stall
    Shams Charania of The Athletic reports that contract extensions between Hield and the Pacers have stalled, so Indiana has begun trade conversations.

    Advice: Hield started 73 of 80 games for Indiana last season, averaging 16.8 points, 5.0 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.2 steals in 31.0 minutes per game. He shot 42.5 percent from deep, the second-highest mark of his career. However, the Pacers added Bruce Brown, Jarace Walker and Obi Toppin to their wing group this offseason, and it appears Hield is the odd man out. Hield has one year remaining on the four-year, $94 million extension he signed with the Kings in 2019. Rotowire.com Wednesday, 3:39 pm
  • Inks deal with Clippers
    The Clippers signed Moon to an Exhibit 10 contract Wednesday, Michael Scotto of USA Today Sports reports.

    Advice: Moon made four appearances for the Clippers in 2022-23, averaging 1.8 points and 1.3 assists in 5.0 minutes. He will likely compete for the team's remaining two-way roster spot. Rotowire.com Wednesday, 1:40 pm
  • Sustains right ankle sprain
    Pokusevski (arm) sustained a right ankle sprain during an offseason workout Tuesday and will be re-evaluated in six weeks, Brandon Rahbar of DailyThunder.com reports.

    Advice: Pokusevski suffered a small right humerus fracture at the beginning of June and was unable to play for the Serbian national team in the FIBA World Cup as a result. Although he was evidently cleared to resume working out, he's now dealing with an ankle issue that will force him to miss several weeks and could sideline him for the start of the regular season. Pokusevski has had a relatively consistent role over his first three seasons with the Thunder, averaging 8.0 points, 4.9 rebounds and 2.1 assists in 21.7 minutes per game. Rotowire.com Wednesday, 12:16 pm
  • Joining Philadelphia
    Oubre is expected to sign a one-year deal with the 76ers on Monday, Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports.

    Advice: Oubre averaged a career-high 20.3 points per game for the Hornets in 2022-23 and was one of the top remaining free agents with just under a month until training camps begin. He lands in an interesting spot in Philadelphia, as Tobias Harris and P.J. Tucker are locked in as starting forwards, while players like Danuel House, Paul Reed and Furkan Korkmaz compete for backup minutes. When the 76ers are at full strength, Oubre could serve as the first or second man off the bench, but he's unlikely to see anywhere close to the sort of usage he enjoyed on a non-contending Hornets squad that was missing several other key players much of last season. Oubre's fantasy outlook would take a step forward if the 76ers elect to trade James Harden, though Philadelphia could receive a player or turn in return in a deal that could absorb at least some of Harden's vacated usage. Rotowire.com Monday, 3:58 pm
  • Questionable for training camp
    Alvarado suffered an ankle sprain during a workout over the weekend, putting his training camp availability at risk, Shams Charania of The Athletic reports.

    Advice: Alvarado was beginning to ramp up for the start of training camp after he missed the FIBA World Cup due to a lower leg injury he suffered at the end of the 2022-23 season, but he suffered an ankle sprain during a workout. At this point, it is unclear whether Alvarado will be available for training camp or the Pelicans' first preseason game on Oct. 10. Rotowire.com Sunday, 4:09 pm