2015 NBA Offseason Thread

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  1. xbay

    xbay NBA 1st Team All Pro Staff Member

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    Talk player movement, rumors, etc here.
     
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    xbay NBA 1st Team All Pro Staff Member

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    Kawhi Leonard agreed to a five-year, $90M contract extension with the Spurs.

    And get ready for this one...

    Anthony Davis agreed to a five-year... $145M extension with the Pelicans. WOO BABY
     
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    Wow! Good for Unibrow. He deserves it.

    another signing...

    Adrian Wojnarowski ‏@WojYahooNBA · 4m4 minutes ago
    Free agent Aminu Al-Farouq has agreed to a four year, $30 million deal with Portland, league source tells Yahoo Sports.
     
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    xbay NBA 1st Team All Pro Staff Member

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    Nice value.

    Leonard
    PF
    Aminu
    SG
    Lillard

    Wow, that team dismantled quick.
     
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    MadBallers NBA All-Star

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    My god, do you guy's think Draymond is asking for the same as Leonard? 5 years/$90 mil. I don't think we match that if another team offers him that kind of dough. He is a stud, but that is Super Star money.
     
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    xbay NBA 1st Team All Pro Staff Member

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    Possibly and yes, I think they do. Cap is going up and so is market value.
     
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    xbay NBA 1st Team All Pro Staff Member

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    Okay guys, new ones. Buckle up...

    The Pacers are pursuing hard to close on a three-year deal with Monta Ellis.

    Goran Dragic is re-signing with the Heat for five years, $90M. Fifth year is a player option.

    Bulls and Mike Dunleavy agree to a three year, $14.4M deal. Third year has a partial guarantee.

    Nets made it official with Brook Lopez & Thad Young. Lopez gets 3 years, $60M. Young gets 4 years, $50M.

    Danny Green re-signed for 4 years, $45M with the Spurs and then they traded Tiago Splitter to Atlanta, thus opening the door to sign LaMarcus Aldridge.

    4 years, $60M for DeMarre Carroll and the Raptors.

    5 year, $70 for Khris Middleton and the Bucks.

    Damian Lillard & the Blazers agreed to a 5 year, $120M extension.
     
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    Tiago Splitter to ATL. The Spurs are creating domino effects around the league, Splitter to ATL ensures Milsap to ORL & Carroll is already on way to TOR. Mills is soon to be traded, it seems, and Aldridge will be heading to SAS next.

    Parker/Green/Leonard/Aldridge/Duncan...yikes. They need to replace Mills/Belinelli for other 3pt shooters, and that's a contender yet again.


    EDIT: Spurs aside, Raptors & Bulls are real winners so far. Raptors have locked in the 1-2-3 positions, and that Dunleavy deal is a robbery! Got to respect the loyalty, heard LBJ wanted him. :lol:
     
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    xbay NBA 1st Team All Pro Staff Member

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    By all the reports I see, I get this feeling Jordan is leaving the Clippers. And they traded Hawes. So unless they could land Tyson Chandler, they won't have a viable replacement because Monroe will probably go to NYK & Robin Lopez doesn't have the Clips on his list. Maybe they can kick the tires on Greg Oden or Andris Biedrins! :lol:

    GM Doc Rivers, everyone!
     
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    xbay NBA 1st Team All Pro Staff Member

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    Kevin Love returning to Cleveland. 5 years, $110M. Could be more if cap goes up.

    Tristan Thompson, too. No set years, but it'll around $80M.
     
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    Tyson Chandler to Phoenix! They're bringing him into the meeting with Aldridge...lost as to what Chandler saw in the Suns.

    Draymond Green & Warriors have broken off on extension talks...I think it just means Warriors were trying to snag him for a little under the max, pretty sure the FO will match all offers since he's an RFA.
     
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    They better show him the quan. He's seeing a lot of dudes getting paid.
     
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    xbay NBA 1st Team All Pro Staff Member

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    Yep, agree with stuck. The Warriors want to see what other teams will throw at him. They'll match it, but there's no harm in not rushing to get a deal done.
     
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    Seeing reports that the Pistons offered Draymond 5 years, $90 million. Sheesh...

    EDIT: Strike that, please disregard me and my naive faith in twitter. :? :oops: :oops: :oops:
     
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    Dont quote me on this but I thought the max he could get from another team is 4 years, $69 million. We can offer more than any other team.
     
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    xbay NBA 1st Team All Pro Staff Member

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    That is correct. You cannot offer 5 years to a RFA under this CBA. Dime Magazine dropped that and failed to check their sources and the rules.

    Here is a complete list of today's signings. No contract can be made official until July 9th...

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    xbay NBA 1st Team All Pro Staff Member

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    Kings shipped Nik Stauskas, Jason Thompson & Carl Landry to Philly as a salary dump. They're going hard after Rajon Rondo, Wes Matthews, and/or ... (their most coveted option) Monta Ellis.
     
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    Arron Afflalo to the Knicks on a two-year, $16M deal.

    Greg Monroe will NOT join him, as many expected, and instead signed for the max, three-years, $50M with the Bucks.

    I LOVE this Bucks squad.

    Monroe, Jabari, Giannis, Middleton, MCW

    OH MAN
     
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    IMO pretty cool to see the Knicks AND Lakers pretty much get shut out!
     
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    Speaking of shut out, the Kings got shut out again. They offered 4-years, $48M to Monta and he accepted $4M less to go to Indiana instead. Sacramento is going to have to overpay to lure Matthews or Rondo their way. But even then, it's not a for sure thing, Monta being the first example.

    3-years, $10.5M for Paul Pierce to the Clippers. But they won't have a viable center with Tyson Chandler signing with PHX unless they land maybe Robin Lopez.
     

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