It's been a month of upheaval for the Celtics, Nets and Sixers, while the Knicks and Raptors have largely maintained the status quo on their rosters. Teams aren't done dealing yet, and here's the latest news related to Atlantic Division clubs.
- DeJuan Blair is still in discussions with teams, but he's likely to wind up with an offer of an annual salary around $3MM, putting him out of reach for teams like the Knicks, who are limited to the minimum salary, tweets Jared Zwerling of ESPNNewYork.com.
- Keith Schlosser of KnicksJournal.com hears that the Knicks plan to bring as many as four members of their summer league team to training camp (not counting Iman Shumpert and Tim Hardaway Jr., who are already on the roster). Schlosser advocates for Alabama product Tony Mitchell to be one of them.
- The Sixers are still without a coach and, as Michael Kaskey-Blomain of Philly.com reports, they don't have a timetable for hiring one, either. The indecision isn't helping matters for the team, Kaskey-Blomain argues.
- Chris Forsberg of ESPNBoston.com examines the landscape for Rajon Rondo, the Celtics' lone remaining star. He's been the subject of plenty of trade rumors as he recovers from his torn ACL, an injury the team believes will be healed in time for the start of the season.