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Brandon Roy To Consider Five Teams

10:52pm: Roy met with the Timberwolves on Friday, Wojnarowski reports. The meeting took place in Seattle and included Wolves owner Glen Taylor, GM David Kahn and coach Rick Adelman along with Roy and his agent, Greg Lawrence. Roy is expected to meet with the other teams on his list over the next several days, a source tells Wojnarowski.

9:43pm: Roy is meeting with the Mavs tonight, according to Jamal Crawford, who said the meeting kept Roy from competing in a charity game today, tweets Jerry Zgoda of the Star Tribune. 

6:09pm: Brandon Roy has narrowed his free agent finalists to the Bulls, Mavericks, Pacers, Timberwolves, and Warriors, league sources told Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports.  Roy and his agent, Greg Lawrence of Wasserman Media Group, will hold meetings with those teams over the next several days.

The guard expects to meet with those clubs in his hometown of Seattle.  Some teams pursuing Roy privately say they’re willing to offer a contract for longer than one season, league sources said.

Reportedly, a number of clubs are willing to commit their full mid-level exception to the 27-year-old.  Because Roy is still receiving paychecks from Portland, including $16.46MM next year, he may not automatically gravitate to the most lucrative offer.


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7 thoughts on “Brandon Roy To Consider Five Teams

  1. Michael

    wtf happen to the Lakers

  2. Come to Chicago.

  3. ilikeike29


  4. Joe Moe


  5. ernie sandwich

    roy is toast

  6. i thought he had retired and has physical problems? am i thinking of someone else? i cant even find him in the player profile on yahoo. has to be the same guy.

  7. yep. i had it right. who the hell would want him?

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