After LeBron made his decision (Miami), it seems that the rest of the NBA got rolling on free agency. It was announced a few moments ago that Randy Foye will sign with the Los Angeles Clippers for next season.
A return to the West means that he will be facing off against former teammates Dante Cunningham (Blazers) and Kyle Lowry (if he re-signs with Houston) as well as with fellow Villanovan Scottie Reynolds (Suns).
MSNBC's Lisa Dillman does not expect Foye to start for the Clippers. He will be taking over the role played by Steve Blake, who joined the Lakers, on the L.A. Roster.
Randy had his knee scoped after the NBA season ended, but there are no signs that his injuries would effect him going forward.
As for Kyle Lowry, a restricted free agent, it appears that the Indiana Pacers have been showing some interest in the point guard. The Houston Rockets, who hold a right of first refusal after making a qualifying offer, are still very interested in retaining Lowry.
Tim Thomas and Malik Allen are also free agents this off-season.