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The offer sheet includes a $14,898,000 salary in the third year.
Asik averaged 3.1 points, 5.3 rebounds and 1.0 block per game for the Chicago Bulls last season.
The Bulls have yet to receive the offer sheet, according to the report. They have until 10:59 p.m. CT on the third day from when they receive the offer sheet to match or decline it.
LAKERS RE-SIGN JORDAN HILL
Hill turned down a more aggressive offer from the Minnesota Timberwolves to remain with the Lakers, who traded for him in March. Hill played an increasingly vital role for the Lakers during the Western Conference semifinals.
“Jordan was excited about the fact that Steve Nash decided to join the Lakers and the prospect of winning a championship in L.A.,” Bradbury said.
The Lakers re-signing of Hill fortifies a front line that now includes Antawn Jamison.
Hill, the eighth pick of the 2009 draft, has averaged 5.3 points per game in his career with the Knicks, Rockets and Lakers.
NUGGETS SIGN ANTHONY RANDOLPH
DENVER (AP) -- The Denver Nuggets have signed free agent forward Anthony Randolph to a multiyear contract.
Randolph averaged 7.4 points and 3.6 rebounds in 34 games with the Minnesota Timberwolves last season, including a season-high 28 points at Denver on April 11, when he pulled down six rebounds and blocked five shots.
The 23-year-old pro joined the Timberwolves in the three-team Carmelo Anthony trade in 2011 after playing for the New York Knicks.
Randolph spent his first two NBA seasons in Golden State.
Detroit Pistons center said he is "50-50" about whether he will retire or return to the Pistons next season.
WTVR-TV in Richmond, Va. reported Saturday that Wallace, who has played 17 seasons in the NBA, said some of his decision will be based on how he performs in the summer league in sponsors in Richmond.
"I'll be out here," Wallace said. "How much of a player (he still is) remains to be seen."
The Pistons have yet to announce if they will make an offer to Wallace. They drafted center Andre Drummond in the first round of last month's NBA Draft.
Wallace has averaged 9.6 rebounds and 5.7 points a game in his career. However, last season he averaged 4.3 rebounds and 1.4 points, the worst averages since his rookie season.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- A few days after the Miami Heat championship parade, Juwan Howard was back in workout mode.
Just in case.
Howard said Friday that he is still deciding whether he wants to return for a 19th NBA season, although the direction he's leaning might be indicated by his being the first player back in the Heat practice gym once the title celebrations had slowed down a bit.
''I still have the itch,'' Howard said while appearing at a Heat ''Learn to Swim'' event for children. ''I still have the passion and the love for the game. More importantly, I still like staying in shape and I can't sit on my behind. I'm still iffy as far as if I want to come back and play or not, but I'll tell you one thing - once I decide, I want to be ready. So I am working out ... ready for whatever happens.''
Howard turns 40 next Feb. 7.
He has spent the past two seasons with the Heat, appearing in 85 regular-season and 20 playoff games, all in a reserve role. Howard is a free agent, though has indicated he would stay with the Heat if they want him back.
This season's championship was the first pro title for Howard, part of Michigan's famed ''Fab Five'' in the early 1990s. He has 16,138 career points, putting him 16th among active NBA players and 91st in league history, according to STATS LLC.
''It really hasn't hit me,'' Howard said.
He has been considered a huge asset in the Heat locker room - Dwyane Wade told teammates late in the clinching game of the NBA Finals against Oklahoma City that they needed to maintain a lead to ensure Howard got a few minutes of playing time. Plus, he's been a mentor of sorts to just about everyone on the Heat roster.
''This is a special moment, a special time for this team,'' Howard said. ''I'm still smiling, every day. Walking around throughout the city, people of course are patting you on the back, they're so proud of this past season and our accomplishments. But now it's time for us to really look back on what has happened throughout the season, be proud of all the hard work we put into it.''