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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Knicks coach David Fizdale and Knicks forward Michael Beasley are also with the NBA contingent at the NYC Pride Parade today.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Enes Kanter hasn't yet made a decision on his $18.6 million player option. Opposing teams expect him to opt in. But if Kanter opted out, multiple teams - including the Milwaukee Bucks - have expressed interest internally in discussing a potential contract with the 26-year-old center. The deadline for Kanter to decide on his option is June 29.

Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN 

The Suns pushed the guarantee date on guard Tyler Ulis' contract until Saturday, so no decision needs to be made today, league source tells ESPN.

Bobby Marks ESPN 

With Mike Muscala exercising his $5M player option, Atlanta projects to enter the offseason with $20M in room and 15 players (12 guaranteed) under contract. The Hawks could be a landing spot for teams looking to move contracts (with a draft pick) to clear cap space.

Adrian Wojnarowski ESPN 

Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Muscala has exercised his $5M player option to return to the team, league sources tell ESPN.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Among those from the NBA who will march in the NYC Pride Parade today include: commissioner Adam Silver, deputy commissioner Mark Tatum, Knicks president Steve Mills, Reggie Bullock of the Pistons and Milwaukee's John Henson.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Cool moment from the NBA on draft night. Kayla Solomon, an 11-year-old from Central Islip, NY and Tyler Eng, 11, from Brooklyn, presented Knicks rookie Kevin Knox with an NYK hat right after he was drafted. "It's been amazing I got to meet all these rookies that could turn into future all-stars . It's a lot of fun I got all their signatures and autographs," Eng said. Eng and Solomon both earned the draft night honor by winning a regional Junior NBA skills competition.

Royce Young ESPN Staff Writer 

Now that the deadline has passed for Carmelo Anthony to opt out with the Thunder, the focus for the team will be getting back on the same page with Anthony after he voiced some frustration with his role last season. If the Thunder and Melo can't resolve his role concerns, OKC could negotiate a contract buyout, discuss trade options (Melo would need to waive his no-trade clause) or use the stretch provision. Nothing happening on those fronts yet, though.