Let's round up a few Tuesday morning items from around the Southeast Division….
- While most major free agents have found teams since the start of July, Wizards coach Randy Wittman rightly points out that there's still plenty of time left in the offseason to make moves. "We're not done," Wittman tells Michael Lee of the Washington Post. "[GM] Ernie [Grunfeld]’s not done, and we’re trying to explore [upgrades], whether it’s through trades or free agency."
- The Heat aren't likely to pursue Stephen Jackson, add another big, or retain Jarvis Varnado, opines Ira Winderman of the South Florida Sun Sentinel in his latest mailbag.
- Joel Anthony (Heat) and Shelvin Mack (Hawks) are two of the potential "odd men out" identified by Lang Greene of HoopsWorld as possible trade candidates.
- After re-signing with the Bobcats this summer, Gerald Henderson speaks to Scott Fowler of the Charlotte Observer about wanting to a part of the solution in Charlotte, rather than a part of the problem.