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Moving Day: Tony Parker, Dwight Howard pick new spots; Carmelo Anthony may be next as NBA free agency picks up

Tony Parker is leaving San Antonio for Charlotte, Dwight Howard is closer to Washington and Carmelo Anthony is moving as well. Friday was hectic for NBA veterans, with Parker making the surprising decision to leave the Spurs after 17 seasons to sign with the Hornets. Howard’s trade to Brooklyn was completed and he’ll be bought out to sign with Washington. And Anthony and the Thunder have agreed that he will be moving on, somehow, this summer.

Mavs owner Mark Cuban rejects DeAndre Jordan’s apology

Dallas Mavericks’ owner Mark Cuban did not accept DeAndre Jordan’s apology. “When is an apology not an apology?” Cuban wrote Saturday via Cyber Dust. “When you didn’t write it yourself. Next”

NBA teams prepare to chase stars in free agency

The people of Cleveland burned LeBron James’ jersey when he jilted the Cavaliers four years ago. They cursed his name and swore he was no son of theirs any longer. They cheered his defeats on South Beach with more enthusiasm than they cheered his victories on the shores of Lake Erie. And now they’d do anything to get him back.

Cavs still working on deal with Bynum

The Cleveland Cavaliers welcomed their two newest players and continued to work on signing their biggest free-agent acquisition. Guard Jarrett Jack and forward Earl Clark signed their contracts Friday with the Cavs, who also have an agreement with center Andrew Bynum. The sides are still finalizing Bynum’s contract, so general manager Chris Grant was unable to talk about the 7-foot center. Bynum was traded to Philadelphia last summer but never played because of knee injuries. Jack, who signed a four-year, $25 million deal, said Bynum “when healthy, he’s one of the best, if not the best big men in the game.” – AP