After a night of frantic moves and big numbers, the Nets have not yet signed any free agents, but are still pursuing a number of free agents, from Brandon Jennings to Dion Waiters ... while several of their big targets remained unsigned.
Thus far, the only free agent connected to the Nets in rumors -- Sergio Rodriguez of Spain -- has signed with another club, in case Real Madrid where he's starred for the last six years. Among last year's roster players, only Sergey Karasev has found a new home, back in Moscow with his father's team.
Here's the latest as of 8:30 a.m. Friday...
--Without a reported signing, the Nets now have the largest cap space cache in the NBA, still hovering around $55 million. The Lakers, who had a few million more, agreed to sign both Jordan Clarkson and Timofey Mozgov.
--Brooklyn's top NBA point guard targets --Jeremy Lin, Rajon Rondo and Brandon Jennings-- remain unsigned. The Nets are reportedly working out Jennings later Friday in Los Angeles, mainly to see if he is fully recovered from his ruptured achilles tendon, suffered 18 months ago. The Nets reportedly have a meeting soon with Rondo. No word on Lin.
--The Nets are reportedly ready to make big pitches to at least three restricted free agents: Allen Crabbe of Portland, Dion Waiters of Oklahoma City and Tyler Johnson of Miami, all shooting guards or wings. In the case of Waiters, at least, other teams may also make bids. In each case, the player's current team can match the Nets.
--Brooklyn is among several teams seeking the services of veteran Jared Dudley, who played last season with the Wizards. Dudley, 30, has a reputation as a great locker room presence and teammate. He also shot 42 percent from deep last season.
--Adrian Wojnarowski reported that despite pleas from his agent, Jay-Z, Kevin Durant declined to meet with the Nets brass in his free agent interviews, even though the interviews are taking place in the Hamptons.
Next up, we assume, word from L.A. about the Jennings workout. Stay tuned.