From the Daily News' Ramona Shelbourne:
The real story is that Charlotte called, said they liked Kaman, the Clippers listened --as NBA teams always do --and asked what the Bobcats would offer in return. They didn't really like any of the pieces the Bobcats had or could offer, and the talks died.
From the OC Register's ART THOMPSON III:
Dunleavy said Tuesday afternoon that he had not spoken with anyone in the Knicks’ organization nor had he spoken with Charlotte coach Larry Brown, who has been trying to trade forward Gerald Wallace and probably would be open to a three-way deal involving the Bobcats, Clippers and the Knicks.
Squashed. No Kaman trade for now...