Shawn Marion F CLE 1 Month

Marion (foot) will start Wednesday against the Timberwolves, Turner Sports reports.

Marion was dealing with a sore upper foot, but was still expected to be in the starting lineup. That has now been confirmed as the case, though it's unclear if he will be 100 percent while doing so.

Shawn Marion F CLE 1 Month

Marion (foot) is listed as probable for Wednesday's matchup with the Spurs, Bob Finnan of the News-Herald reports.

Marion is dealing with a sore upper foot but told coach David Blatt that if he can walk, he'll play Wednesday. Expect Marion to be in the starting lineup, though nothing is set in stone at this point.

Shawn Marion F CLE 2 Months

Marion will remain in the starting lineup for the "foreseeable future," The News-Herald reports.

Head coach David Blatt has noted improvement in the Cavaliers' defense since Marion entered the starting lineup, so Marion will be the starting shooting guard and Dion Waiters will come off the bench, at least for the time being.

Shawn Marion F CLE 2 Months

Marion will start at shooting guard over Dion Waiters on Wednesday against the Jazz, Jason Lloyd of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

Marion will take the court first for the Cavs, but Waiters should also see steady minutes off the bench. No reason was given for the switch, but the fact that Waiters is just 6-for-21 from the field over his last two contests may have come into play. Head coach David Blatt could simply be trying out the more experienced option, in order to see if it could help turn things around after a 1-2 start.

Shawn Marion F CLE 2 Months

Marion (rest) will not play in Friday's exhibition game against the Mavericks.

Marion will be allowed to sit Friday's preseason game out to prepare for the long haul of the regular season. Coach David Blatt has continually given his veterans scheduled rest during training camp, so there's nothing concerning about Marion's availability for when it matters.

Shawn Marion F CLE 4 Months

Marion will sign with the Cavaliers, ESPN.com reports. Marion could have taken more money to sign with the Pacers, but the lure of another championship and playing with LeBron James was to much to give up.

Marion has spent the last five seasons with the Mavericks and has averaged at least 10.4 points and 6.4 rebounds in each season. He has also started every game in which he appeared over the last three seasons - a situation that is likely to change for the 36 year old. Marion will likely be a defensive reserve and a small forward backup to James.

Shawn Marion F CLE 5 Months

It appears Shawn Marion is not re-signing with Dallas based on his comments this weekend.

"It was memorable, baby," Marion said. "It's hard to say it wasn't fun. We had a great run and made the playoffs four of five years and won a championship. We set goals every year, and most years we reached them. And to win a championship, it was unbelievable. I wish we could have made a couple more runs at it, but it is what it is." He's expected to sign with a contender as an unrestricted free agent.

Shawn Marion F CLE 5 Months

The Hornets are not pursuing Shawn Marion.

The Mavericks are very unlikely to bring him back, so it's anyone's guess where he will wind up. Marion has hinted that he'd like to join a contender and now that it's already July 21 and he's without a team, money may be a lower priority.

Shawn Marion F CLE 6 Months

The Dallas Mavericks don't expect Shawn Marion to re-sign in Dallas.

Speaking about the Maverick's free agency plans for the rest of the summer, team president characterized Marion's chances of returning as a "long long long long long shot." Marion is looking to land with a team that gives him a chance to win a championship, but Nelson said, "Shawn Marion's got one of the best in the business, if not thee best, so I expect he's going to get a lot more money out there than the Mavericks can afford to offer right now." At 35, Marion can still help as a role player on a contending team, but his fantasy value is limited to deeper leagues at this point.

Shawn Marion F CLE 6 Months

The Dallas Mavericks don't expect Shawn Marion to re-sign in Dallas.

Speaking about the Maverick's free agency plans for the rest of the summer, team president characterized Marion's chances of returning as a "long long long long long shot." Marion is looking to land with a team that gives him a chance to win a championship, but Nelson said, "Shawn Marion's got one of the best in the business, if not thee best, so I expect he's going to get a lot more money out there than the Mavericks can afford to offer right now." At 35, Marion can still help as a role player on a contending team, but his fantasy value is limited to deeper leagues at this point.