The Grizzlies agreed yesterday to trade G Bonzi Wells to the Kings for G Bobby Jackson in a three-team deal also involving the Jazz, according to media reports.
The trade, which cannot be finalized until Thursday, also would send Greg Ostertag from Sacramento back to Utah, where he spent nine of his first 10 NBA seasons.
The Jazz would send F Curtis Borchardt and Gs Kirk Snyder and Raul Lopez to Memphis, according to stories posted yesterday on the Web sites of the Memphis Commercial Appeal and Sacramento Bee.
* DOOLING TO MAGIC: Keyon Dooling said he agreed to terms on a three-year deal believed to be worth nearly $10 million with Orlando, where he'll probably have a chance to become the Magic's starting point guard.
* LONG MEETING: Larry Brown and Knicks President Isiah Thomas sat together for four hours Thursday night, their first face-to-face meeting to discuss whether Brown, 64, is healthy enough and interested enough to become the team's coach.
* TURIAF NEEDS SURGERY: F Ronny Turiaf, the Lakers second-round draft pick, needs open-heart surgery to correct a life-threatening condition. An enlarged aortic root was discovered during a physical.
* NETS SIGN WRIGHT: New Jersey signed Antoine Wright, the 15th overall pick in last month's draft, to a multiyear contract.
-- From News Services