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7/1:Toronto Raptors point guard Fred Vanvleet has reached a two-year, $18 million deal to remain with the team. VanVleet was the star of an impressive Toronto second unit in the 2017-2018 season and was a finalist for the NBA Sixth Man of the Year award. VanVleet's numbers do not jump off the page as he contributes more for his team on the court rather than on the stat sheet, but has shown stretches of promising fantasy value. VanVleet will be in position to continue his role of 20.0 minutes per game off the bench, but is limited to deeper leagues barring an injury to starting point guard Kyle Lowry.--Dale Johnson - RotoBallerSource: Shams Charania
7/1:The Milwaukee Bucks have reached an agreement to sign former Philadelphia 76ers forward Ersan Ilysaova for the next three years. Ilyasova was a solid part of Philadelphia's late 2018 regular season and playoff success, averaging 10.8 points and 6.7 rebounds in 24.1 minutes per game off the bench. Ilyasova gives the Bucks some much needed forward depth behind star Giannis Antetokounmpo, especially with forward Jabari Parker possibly leaving through free agency. Ilyasova lacks defensive stats, but will likely remain a decent option for points, three-pointers and rebounds in deeper leagues.--Dale Johnson - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
7/1:The Brooklyn Nets have agreed to terms with former Portland Trail Blazers forward/center Ed Davis. The deal, which is slated to be for one-year at $4.4 million, will add depth to a Brooklyn team that got beat up at times in the interior last season. The veteran appeared in 78 games off of the bench in 2018, averaging 7.4 boards and 5.3 points throughout nearly 19 minutes. Though he isn’t a consistent source for scoring, his ability to crash the glass gives him some value in deeper fantasy leagues, especially in nine-category formats.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
7/1:Brooklyn Nets forward Joe Harris has reached a $16 million agreement that will keep him with the team for the next two years. Harris saw an increase in productivity in his second season with the club, averaging 10.8 points over 78 games. After being tied to potential destinations such as Indiana, Denver, and Golden State, the fifth-year man out of the University of Virginia opted to remain with the team that appears committed to developing him into a larger role. He should continue to see at least the 25 minutes per game that he averaged during the 2018 season, but that could increase depending upon the status of forward DeMarre Carroll by the time season the begins in October.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
7/1:Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan agreed to sign with the Dallas Mavericks in 2015 but backed out of the deal after pressure from his Clippers teammates, but in 2018 he's trying it again, agreeing to a one-year deal with the Mavericks right after free agency began on Sunday. Jordan averaged 12 points and 15.2 rebounds per game last season; it was his best NBA season in terms of rebounding. Expect very similar numbers with the Mavericks this season, as Jordan is one of the most consistent big men in the league. His addition does hurt the fantasy prospects of Dallas forward/center Dwight Powell, who started 25 games last season and would have likely been in line for the starting role if Dallas hadn't signed a center.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: Marc Stein
7/1:Dallas Mavericks forward Doug McDermott has agreed to terms on a three-year deal with the Indiana Pacers. McDermott, who will be entering his fifth season in the NBA and will be playing on his fifth team, averaged 7.8 points on 42.6 percent shooting from three last season with the Knicks and the Mavericks. During his 26 game tenure with Dallas, McDermott saw those numbers increase to 9.0 points per game and 49.4 percent shooting from distance, a sign that former Creighton star might finally be putting things together in the NBA. We'll find out if that 26 game sample is a sign of things to come or a just a fluke with McDermott in Indiana, where he'll be a key bench piece for last year's fifth seed in the Eastern Conference. He's got decent fantasy upside and should be available at a low enough cost that busting won't hurt fantasy owners too much.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
7/1:Houston Rockets small forward Trevor Ariza has agreed with the Phoenix Suns on a one-year deal to sign with the team once the free agent signing period begins. Ariza spent the past four seasons with the Rockets and is coming off a year in which he averaged 11.7 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 1.5 steals per game while shooting 36.8 percent from three. While a crowded forward rotation makes it tough to predict what the Suns will look like this season, it stands to reason that they wouldn't have given Ariza $15 million if they didn't plan to have him on the court extensively. Expect similar numbers to last season, though pay attention to his playing time down the stretch if the Suns don't show massive improvement by the second half the season, as players like rookie forward Mikal Bridges could gobble up some of those minutes if the team stops trying to win games.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: Shams Charania
7/1:Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokic has agreed on a five-year, $147 million max contract with the team. Jokic showed consistent improvement across the board this past season, averaging career-highs in points, rebounds, and assists in addition to shooting 49 percent from the field along with an impressive 39 percent from deep. He also remained relatively healthy, appearing in 75 games and finished the season as a top-five fantasy center, something that will likely happen again by the end of the 2019 campaign.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Ian Begley
7/1:Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant has agreed to terms that will keep him with the team, at least for one more year. The deal, which includes a player option for 2019-2020, would pay the former MVP $30 million this upcoming season and possibly $31.5 million the following year. Durant was productive and flourished as a member of one of the league's most explosive offenses, averaging 26.4 points and shooting an impressive 41 percent from behind the arc, the second-best average from deep of his career. He was also solid on the defensive end, finishing the year with nearly two blocks per game, but was plagued with various injuries throughout the season that forced him to miss 14 games as a result. Nonetheless, he is a top-10 fantasy option who will benefit fantasy owners immensely, especially if he can remain healthy and on the court.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Chris Haynes
7/1:Houston Rockets guard Chris Paul will remain with the team on a four-year, $160 million max contract. Paul continued to produce in his first year with the club, averaging 18.6 points to go along with 7.9 assists per game. He also averaged 46 percent shooting from the field and an acceptable 38 percent from behind the arc. However, consistent injuries throughout the years have offset some of the benefits that he brings to the table, something to keep in mind when drafting your team this upcoming season.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
7/1:Oklahoma City Thunder forward Paul George has reportedly agreed to four-year, $137 million max contract to return to the team. The eight-year veteran averaged 21.9 points per game in his first season with OKC, a slight decline from his last year in Indiana. He also averaged roughly one rebound less and also saw a dramatic decline in his usage percentage, dropping to 25.4, down from 30.1 percent in the season prior. However, behind guard Russell Westbrook, George will continue to be the focal point of the Thunder offense and will see plenty of action this upcoming season, making him a top-25 fantasy option for the 2019 campaign.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
6/29:New York Knicks center Enes Kanter exercised his $18.6 million player option and will remain with the team in 2018-2019. Kanter, who was acquired by the team last season from OKC in the deal involving forward Carmelo Anthony, averaged a double-double last season. He also averaged 59 percent shooting from the field in addition to shooting 84 percent from the charity stripe, both career-bests. However, consistent issues with back spasms forced him to miss 11 games last season, something fantasy owners will need to take into consideration when drafting their team.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Ian Begley
6/29:Sacramento Kings forward Garrett Temple will remain will remain with the team this upcoming season. Temple, who opted in to the deal on Friday and will make $8 million dollars, averaged a career-high 8.4 points per contest last season. He also shot a respectable 39 percent from behind the arc and started 35 of 65 games in 2018, filling in at various times throughout the season. Though he will make an impact serving as a mentor for the team’s young up-and-coming roster, stellar fantasy performances will be few and far between. As a result, he will be better served left on the wire until he shows signs that he will see the court on a consistent basis.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Marc Spears
6/29:Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball (knee) is expected to be ready to go for the start of the season after being diagnosed with a tear in his left meniscus. Ball dealt with the injury, along with various other ailments, throughout all of last season and suited up for only 52 games as a result. Though he sported a miserable 36 percent average from the field, he concluded his rookie campaign averaging a respectable 10.2 points, 7.2 assists, 6.9 boards, and nearly two steals per contest. If he ends up losing time during the regular season, look for guard Josh Hart get some extra minutes, at least for right now. However, with free agency slated to begin on July 1st, a lot could change come the start of the 2018-2019 season.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: USA Today
6/28:Indiana Pacers forward Thaddeus Young will exercise his $13.7 million option and remain with the team in 2018-2019. Young was very durable throughout the course of last season, starting 81 games for the club despite it being his 11th year of service in the league. The veteran averaged 32.2 minutes per outing in addition to averaging 11.8 points, 6.3 boards, and a solid 48 percent shooting from the field. Though forward Domantas Sabonis flashed a few glimpses of brilliance at times filling in for center Myles Turner for a good chunk of the season, Young’s job starting at the four appears to be locked up, at least for now. As a result, he will be a welcome addition to any fantasy roster, especially in nine-category leagues where he can make an impact in field goals, steals, and minutes.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: David Aldridge
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