Double Dribble

An NBA blog from Newsday's Bobby Bonett

Reports: Rockets agree to deal with Carlos Delfino, team's 15th forward

Milwaukee Bucks forward Carlos Delfino, right, of Argentina,

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Carlos Delfino, one of the few impact players still available in free agency, is reportedly off to Houston.

Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle was the first to report that Delfino and the Rockets agreed on a two-year deal, the second year a team option.

Delfino, who will be 30 when the season starts, has played for three teams over a seven-year NBA career. He played with the Bucks...

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Report: Randy Foye signs with Utah Jazz

Los Angeles Clippers' Randy Foye (4) shoots a

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Cross Randy Foye off your "best available free agent" lists.

According to Ric Bucher of, Foye, formerly of the Los Angeles Clippers, signed a one-year deal with the Utah Jazz. Jerry Zgoda, the Timberwolves' reporter for the Star-Tribune, reported the deal is worth $2.5 million.

Foye will replace C.J. Miles, an unrestricted free agent who appears unlikely to return...

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Mayo to Mavs; Jamison heading to Hollywood?

Memphis Grizzlies' O.J. Mayo (32) shoots in the

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The pickins are growing slimmer for NBA teams in search of free agent help this offseason. O.J. Mayo and Antawn Jamison both appear to be headed to new teams, meaning the market may begin to look more friendly for players such as Matt Barnes, Jodie Meeks and Carlos Delfino.

Here's a roundup of the latest NBA moves, followed by a ranking of the top 10 free agents still available:


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The 23 foreign NBAers (and counting) who will play in the Olympics

ANDERSON VAREJAO Brazil Cleveland Cavaliers Olympic history: First

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As Team USA's final roster for the 2012 Olympics was announced, the Drib compiled a gallery profiling each NBA player who will represent a foreign country in London.

So far, 23 NBA players have clinched spots at the Games; five for Team France, five for Team Spain, four for Team Argentina, four for Team Brazil, and one each for Teams China, Australia, Great Britain, Lithuania and Russia.


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