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Another good 3-point shooter, Ryan Anderson, has a new home. After leading the league in 3-pointers last season and winning the NBA’s Most Improved Player award, he was dealt by the Magic to New Orleans for Mexican Gustavo Ayon.

The Hornets have three days to decide if they want Eric Gordon to play with Anderson. He signed an offer sheet in Phoenix for four years and $58 million, but New Orleans has three days to match the deal for the restricted free agent.


_The Knicks brought Camby back to New York in a sign-and-trade with Houston and re-signed guard JR Smith. They were still working to complete deals with Jason Kidd and Steve Novak, both of which had already been agreed to.

And even with Kidd coming aboard, Jeremy Lin will enter next season as the Knicks’ starting point guard. Coach Mike Woodson repeated that the Knicks would “absolutely” match an offer sheet Lin had agreed to sign with Houston, and that he would go to training camp as the starter.

_The Toronto Raptors acquired point guard Kyle Lowry from Houston and signed fellow guard Landry Fields to a three-year offer sheet worth nearly $20 million that the Knicks would have three days to match.

_Golden State sent Dorell Wright to the Philadelphia 76ers in a three-team trade that moved guard Jarrett Jack from the New Orleans Hornets to the Warriors.

_The Portland Trail Blazers and free agent J.J. Hickson have agreed to a 1-year deal, it was confirmed by the forward’s agent, Andy Miller.

_Seven-foot center Chris Kaman tweeted that he has agreed to a deal with the Dallas Mavericks, giving him a chance to play with friend and former German Olympic teammate Dirk Nowitzki. The deal for Kaman is for one year, according to a person familiar with the agreement. That person also said Dallas was planning to use the amnesty clause on center Brendan Haywood.

_The Thunder announced the signings of Hasheem Thabeet, the overall No. 2 pick in 2009, and undrafted free agent Hollis Thompson.

Amid all the dealing, there was no chance Duncan was going anywhere. Terms were not disclosed, though Yahoo Sports cited anonymous sources in reporting the 36-year-old forward got a three-year, $36 million deal from the Spurs.

Tim Duncan has established himself as one of the best players in NBA history,” coach Gregg Popovich said. “He is an unselfish superstar who loves to compete and has only one goal when he steps on the court _ to do whatever it takes to help his team win. We are all thrilled that he’ll spend his entire career as a San Antonio Spur.”