Odds & Ends: Blazers, Fisher, Kaman, Rockets

If you've gotten a little too caught up in March Madness, don't worry.  We'll get you caught up with a look at what's happening around the Association ..

  • After dealing Marcus Camby and Gerald Wallace at the deadline, Jason Fleming of HoopsWorld.com wonders what's next for the Blazers.
  • The Wizards would be willing to accommodate Brian Cook if he wishes to play elsewhere, a league source told Michael Lee of the Washington Post.  Cook’s agent Mark Bartelstein said on Saturday the two sides will likely engage in buyout discussions this week.
  • Lakers guard Kobe Bryant is sad to see longtime teammate Derek Fisher leave, writes Dave Menamin of ESPNLosAngeles.com.  The Rockets will likely buy out Fisher's contract, but the new Collective Bargaining Agreement prohibits the veteran from rejoining the Lakers.
  • Hornets General Manager Dell Demps now says that the club is open to offering center Chris Kaman an extension at the end of the season, writes John Reid of The Times-Picayune.  Kaman's name was involved in trade talks but ultimately wound up staying put.  It's still possible that the Hornets could buy out the big man, allowing him to latch on with a contender.
  • General Manager Joe Dumars said that the Pistons stood pat at the trade deadline because there were no quality offers on the table, writes Vince Ellis of the Detroit Free Press.  Plenty of deals were put in front of Dumars but none of them were enticing enough for him to pull the trigger.
  • The Rockets' moves at the trade deadline were solid but the club didn't make the kind of blockbuster that some were expecting, writes Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle.
  • Commissioner David Stern & the NBA did a tremendous job facilitating the new lease agreement between the Hornets and the state of Louisiana, writes John DeShazier of the Times Picayune.  The new deal will keep the Hornets in New Orleans through 2024.

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