NBA News & Rumors – June 24 & June 25

Detroit Pistons guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope will be suspended for 2 games in the upcoming season. The suspension is due to a DUI incident that Caldwell-Pope was a part of last March.

Source: NBA.com


Chris Paul has been elected to another term to serve as the NBPA President. Paul will be joined by Garrett Temple of the Sacramento Kings who is the new Vice President.

Source: NBA.com


Marc Stein of ESPN is reporting that the Cavaliers, Nuggets, and Pacers have discussed a three-way deal that includes Kevin Love and Paul George. Love would end up in Denver while George of would be in Cleveland. Stein has also advised that the discussion is happening and Cleveland is still attempting to land George.

Source: Marc Stein


The Dallas Mavericks have declined Dirk Nowitzki’s team option which was his final year of a two-year deal. Nowitzki who wants to continue to play next season will be entering his 20th season with the Mavericks. The two sides will be negotiating a new deal.

Source: Marc Stein


Ice Cube’s Big 3 League kicked off Sunday at Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn, New York. The league features former NBA Players and Legends. In a 3-on-3 format similar to what you may be familiar with in your driveway, the rules also include a four-point shot. The teams will all play on the same day and also feature a tour in different arenas each week. FS1 will feature the games the day after 8 PM EST.

Source: ESPN.com