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Lakers, Spurs have helped themselves in NBA offseason | SI.com
4. Which offseason move is destined to disappoint?
Jack McCallum: I'll say Turkoglu in Toronto. I like Hedo and think he'll have a productive season, but it won't lift the Raptors into the top four in the East, which was the general idea after last season's disappointing 33-49 campaign.

Parker leaves Raptors for Cavs | TheStar.com
The Cleveland Cavaliers have officially signed free-agent Anthony Parker, formerly of the Raptors, to a two-year deal worth about $6 million.

'Efficient' Anthony Parker eager to fill any need for championship-starved Cleveland Cavaliers | Cleveland.com
They had to wait a few years -- but the Cleveland Cavaliers finally get their man.

BONUS LINK:
Eddy Curry fails to impress Knicks brass, forgets his sneakers in Vegas
Disinterested? Eddy Curry? C'mon now!

UPDATE:
Who may be moving up the NBA food chain? | FOX Sports on MSN
The Toronto Raptors! At least they're one of the teams moving up the NBA food chain, according to FOX Sports.

UPDATE II:
NBA free agents: The latest chatter on Allen Iverson, Lamar Odom | ESPN
Marc Stein's latest includes a handful of bookkeeping notes from the free-agent contracts that have been formally signed over the past week:

• Hedo Turkoglu's five-year, $52.8 million contract with Toronto includes a trade kicker and the right to opt out and return to free agency in the summer of 2013.

• Andrea Bargnani's five-year extension in Toronto starting in 2010-11 is worth an even $50 million. The deal includes an early termination option to return to free agency in the summer of 2014 as well as a trade kicker and incentives.