Kevin Love PF/C MIN 18 Hrs

The Knicks recently proposed a trade of Amare Stoudemire, Tim Hardaway Jr. and Iman Shumpert for Kevin Love, but the Wolves declined the deal.

Give Phil points for trying but that's hilarious.

Xavier Henry G LAL 19 Hrs

The Lakers sign G/F Xavier Henry on Friday.

The Lakers know everything about Henry's knee situation and at the reported one-year and $1 million they were talking about there's not a whole lot to nitpick here for either side. Injury concerns and fantasy deficiencies should keep Henry on the periphery of most drafts unless there is a major shake-up in La-La Land.

LeBron James SF CLE 20 Hrs

The NBA is reportedly considering making the All-Star break a week long, which would result in one, or two more back-to-back sets per team.

"That's the model they're using right now while they're filling in the schedule," an NBA source familiar with the process told the Sun Sentinel Friday. "Could they go back and use some of those dates if needed? That's possible. But the week off looks like what's going to happen."

Joakim Noah PF/C CHI 20 Hrs

Joakim Noah told media on Friday that his knee is feeling "great."

Noah underwent knee surgery on May 2, but reports have been consistently positive regarding Joakim's progress, and he's expected to be 100 percent by the start of training camp. Noah also opened up about the Bulls signing of Pau Gasol, stating: "It's very humbling to play with somebody who has won championships with his pedigree. [Pau's] somebody I can really learn from."

Evan Turner SG/SF IND 20 Hrs

Evan Turner's previous coach Brett Brown spoke highly of Turner in a recent interview.

"I think his growth is infinite," said Brown. "I just have a soft spot for him. I feel like his better days are ahead of him. He's young by all standards [25], and I think the Celtics are really lucky to have him... If he can find the right environment, he has a chance to rebuild himself, and I know that it's in him. I really think that he's got something else to offer." Turner doesn't have too many supporters after his very unimpressive stint in Indiana, and while Brown has a "soft spot" for Turner, we'll need to see how he performs on the basketball court with his new teammates in Boston before we bump him up on our charts. Turner looks like a late-round flier.

Anthony Davis PF/C NO 20 Hrs

Anthony Davis has been hitting the weight room hard this offseason, and he has made it one of his goals to put on some size for the 2014-15 season.

"I knew that I needed to get stronger," said Davis. "So [hitting the weight room] was definitely one of the top priorities on the list... It's given me more ability to attack the basket, finish through contact and make sure guys don't knock me off my line when I'm driving to the basket. Or if I'm posting up or playing post defense. All of that matters, when it comes to strength." Davis had a fantastic sophomore season with the Pelicans, averaging 20.8 points, 10.0 rebounds, and 2.8 blocks per game. The sky's the limit for Davis, and he'll be a first round selection for the 2014-15 fantasy season.

Omri Casspi SG/SF NO 21 Hrs

Omri Casspi reportedly cleared waivers on Friday, and he is now a free agent.

Casspi is now free to sign with a team of his choosing, but with career averages of 7.7 points, 3.8 rebounds, and 0.9 three-pointers a game, it won't matter where he lands from a fantasy perceptive.

Luke Ridnour G ORL 21 Hrs

The Magic officially signed Luke Ridnour on Friday.

"We're extremely excited to welcome Luke [Ridnour] and his family to Orlando," said Magic GM Rob Hennigan. "Luke is a proven player in this league who is well-respected as a teammate and competitor. The depth and veteran experience he will provide to our backcourt will help our team continue to grow." Ridnour will likely backup Elfrid Payton in Orlando, and his minutes will be in the low 20s, which takes him out of the conversation in standard leagues.

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope SG DET 21 Hrs

The Pistons have been pleased with the progress they've seen in Kentavious Caldwell-Pope.

"The composure, the confidence he was able to demonstrate [during Summer League] are big signs of progress," said Pistons GM Jeff Bower. "I think the important thing for him moving forward is to understand how many ways he can impact the game. It's not all going to be based on scoring the ball or shooting the ball. His feet are extremely quick and his body balance and ability to get into passing lanes are all weapons that, if demonstrated consistently, can really help build a strong defensive unit." KCP was one of the best players on the court during Orlando Summer League, averaging 24 points a game to go along with 7.4 rebounds and nearly two steals. Caldwell-Pope will be competing for minutes with Jodie Meeks, and we'll need to see more than just a strong Summer League showing before we bump him up too much, but he is moving in the right direction.

Carlos Boozer PF LAL 21 Hrs

Carlos Boozer said that he "absolutely" sees himself as a starter for the Lakers at his introductory press conference on Friday.

Boozer will join a crowded frontcourt of Julius Randle, Ed Davis, and Jordan Hill, but it wouldn't be shocking to see him as a starter in LA. Things could change if the season progresses and the Lakers have a losing record, which could prompt the team to move in the direction of player development, but that's a discussion for another day. Boozer spent a lot of time on the bench during the fourth quarter last season in Chicago in favor of a better defender in Taj Gibson, but LA doesn't have that luxury, so it's possible Boozer sees an uptick in his minutes of 28.2 per game last season. Boozer looks like a late-round pick in standard leagues.