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In the NBA, free agency is a perpetual motion machine

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An eventful last few days of trades and signings has shaken up rosters all across the league.

July 10, 2009|Lisa Dillman

*--* CLIPPERS 2009-10 salary Zach Randolph* $16 million Baron Davis $12.1 million Chris Kaman $10.4 million Marcus Camby $9.2 million Blake Griffin $4.9 million Eric Gordon $2.8 million Ricky Davis $2.4 million Al Thornton $1.9 million Mardy Collins $1.9 million Steve Novak $1.0 million DeAndre Jordan $736,420 Mike Taylor $736,420 *--*

Lakers note: Lamar Odom is an unsigned free agent. The Lakers have until Aug. 1 to pick up a team option on Sun Yue for $736,000 next season.

Clippers note: The Randolph trade with Memphis has not been completed because of accounting issues and is expected to be completed next week. Memphis would not have been able to acquire Jerry Stackhouse from the Mavericks this week if Randolph's contract was on the Grizzlies' books.

Source: Los Angeles Times

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LISA DILLMAN'S LOOK AT THE NBA'S OFF-SEASON MOVES

Winners

Cleveland

Will Shaq confiscate video of LeBron getting dunked on in practice?

Boston

Closed deal with Rasheed Wallace. Hard to say no to Allen, Pierce and Garnett.

Lakers

Will there be enough room in L.A. for Ron, Kobe and Manny?

Losers

Portland

Trying to right the ship after losing out on Hedo Turkoglu sweeps. Possible three-team deal with Chicago and Utah could secure mid-course correction.

Golden State

Doing and saying little. Of course, selling the team might represent a good start.

Unclaimed Property

Andre Miller

Not feeling the love from any cap-room team. At least not now.

Lamar Odom

June championship giddiness gives way to July contract impasse.

Allen Iverson

Artest to the Lakers. Why not Iverson to the Clippers? Just to keep things interesting.

Glen Davis

Does Detroit make a countermove and grab him after losing Wallace?

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