Pistons assistant coach Rasheed Wallace turned down an opportunity to work on Mike Woodson’s staff, citing family reasons. “To me, what signed, sealed and delivered it, and made it more sweet, was the fact that my kids are still in Detroit,” Wallace told reporters on Monday.
The Los Angeles Lakers moved quickly to absorb the loss of Dwight Howard by reaching an agreement to sign free agent center Chris Kaman on Monday.
Adam Aron stepped down as the chief executive of the Philadelphia 76ers and was replaced by the former Madison Square Garden Sports president Scott O’Neil.
Jason Collins, celebrated as the first openly gay male athlete still active in a major American team sport, remains in limbo without an N.B.A. team. His wait is being closely watched.