The Nuggets now have more than enough assets to make a blockbuster deal for another superstar but they shouldn't rush anything, writes The Denver Post's Benjamin Hochman.
- If the Trail Blazers choose not to bring back assistant coach Bernie Bickerstaff, don't be surprised to see him end up with the Nets thanks to a longstanding relationship with Avery Johnson, writes CSNNW.com's Chris Haynes.
- In his season ending interview, Thunder General Manager Sam Presti says dealing with head coach Scott Brooks' contract situation is "tops on our list," tweets The Oklahoman's Darnell Mayberry. Presti also spoke on the team's luxury tax situation, and whether or not they'd be interested in moving their draft pick.
- South Florida Sun Sentinel's Ira Winderman writes that the Heat have found key players to fit their formerly weak center and point guard spots: Chris Bosh and Mario Chalmers.
- AZCentral.com's Paul Coro writes that the upcoming offseason for the Suns could be their most important in franchise history.
- The league's appeal on the Jeremy Lin Birds Rights decision could ultimately effect the Knicks flexibility in free agency, writes the New York Post's Marc Berman.
- The Hornets are treating the center position as a priority as they rebuild, writes The Times-Picayune's John Reid.