Atlantic Notes: Humphries, Wallace, Peace, Nets

Yesterday, the Nets and Celtics officially completed the nine-player swap that will send Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce to the land of the hipsters.  However, two of the players shipped to Boston may not be long for the C's.  A source tells A. Sherrod Blakely of that the club may look to flip Kris Humphries and Gerald Wallace.  Humphries, who is coming off of a rough 2012/13 season, makes $12MM in the final year of his deal.  Wallace, meanwhile, makes more than $30MM over the next three seasons and moving that contract won't be easy by any means.  Here's more out of the Atlantic..

  • Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni thinks that the recently amnestied Metta World Peace would be a good fit for the Knicks, writes Marc Berman of the New York Post.  D'Antoni went on to say that amnestying him was purely about finances and had nothing to do with character.
  • Not a huge surprise, but Nets General Manager Billy King confirmed that owner Mikhail Prokhorov reached out to Andrei Kirilenko by telephone before he signed, tweets Brian Mahoney of the Associated Press.  Kirilenko shocked everyone when he agreed to sign with the Nets for the $3.1MM mini-mid level exception earlier this week.
  • With speculation that the Nets made an under-the-table agreement with Kirilenko, they are now the bad guys of the NBA, writes Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News.

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