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I do want to mention three big news updates from the past week though:
Trail Blazers sign Steve Blake (ESPN)
Steve Blake is coming back to the Trail Blazers, as the free-agent point guard has signed a two-year deal with Portland, a person with knowledge of the deal confirmed to The Associated Press on Thursday.[...]
The contract is worth a reported $4.2 million with a player option for the second year.
Blake has had two previous stints with the Blazers, most recently from 2007-09, becoming a fan favorite before going on to play for the Lakers, Clippers and Golden State Warriors.
Raptors, Greivis Vasquez agree to 2-year, $13 million deal (CBS Sports)
Restricted free agent Greivis Vasquez has agreed to a two-year, $13 million contract to stay with the Toronto Raptors, as first reported by Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski and confirmed to CBSSports.com's Ken Berger.
It was reported late last week by Ryan Wolstat of the Toronto Sun that the two sides were close to a deal. The Milwaukee Bucks were also reportedly interested in going after Vasquez, according to ESPN's Marc Stein.
Vasquez had a strong finish to the season in Toronto. As well as the creative passing and playmaking you'd expect from him, he made 45 percent of his 3-point attempts after the All-Star break and played a major role in the playoffs against the Brooklyn Nets.
Acquired from the Sacramento Kings along with Patrick Patterson, Chuck Hayes and John Salmons in the December trade that sent away Rudy Gay, Vasquez provided solid backup point guard production behind Kyle Lowry.
Phoenix Suns have big plans for Alex Len, starting with durable and available (SB Nation: Bright Side of the Sun)
is is a big summer for Alex Len, the former #5 overall pick in the 2013 NBA Draft. The Phoenix Suns say he was at the top of their Draft Board, and were lucky that he fell to #5 due to injury concerns and lack of production in college. [...]
Len is ready to participate in his first Summer League, beginning Saturday in Las Vegas, after missing last year due to the ankle surgeries. [...]
Could Alex Len and Miles Plumlee form a twin towers lineup for the Phoenix Suns? In this scenario, Len would be the "mini-stretch" power forward because he's got a very smooth 18-foot shooting stroke.
Playing with Miles Plumlee? Ugh. Oh well. You gotta do what you gotta do.