It's been a busy free agency week around the NBA, while the San Antonio Spurs have made some moves of their own, other teams have made a lot of wheeling and dealings this past week.

Here are some updates:

Spurs 2009 draftee is apparently in San Antonio for a physical examination prior to contract negotiations.

Former Spur George Hill agreed to a five-year deal with the Indiana Pacers.

The Suns and restricted free agent guard Eric Gordon has agreed to a maximum four-year, $58-million deal.

Deron Williams choose to stay with the Nets over the Mavs.

The Mavericks have expressed interest in point guards Steve Nash and Jeremy Lin.

Lin plans to visit the Houston Rockets on Wednesday.

Ray Allen who spent his past five seasons in Boston is considering the Miami Heat and the Los Angeles Clippers as his new home.

The Kings are taking a long look at Orlando Magic's sharpshooter Ryan Anderson.

Nicolas Batum has narrowed his choices to Portland and Minnesota.

The Toronto Raptors and Landry Fields have agreed on a three-year deal.

And Jason Terry and the Celtics are close to finalizing a three-year contract.

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