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2 months agoPoint guard Patrick Beverley will continue to call Los Angeles home, as the veteran plans to sign a three-year, $40 million deal to remain with the Clippers, as first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Beverley, whose professional career began with international stints in Ukraine, Greece and Russia, has spent the past two seasons with LA and started better than 2/3rds of the team's contests. Known for his defensive intensity, Beverley proves a solid contributor across the board, but he averaged fewer than one steal per game last year for the first time since his rookie season. With the emergence of Shai-Gilgeous Alexander at the point guard spot, how Beverley's minutes total will shake out remains up in the air.--Jesse Borek - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
2 months agoPower forward Kristaps Porzingis and the Dallas Mavericks have agreed upon a five-year, $158 million max deal, per Shams Charania of The Athletic. Dallas acquired Porzingis in a blockbuster swap with the New York Knicks in January, even though the 23-year-old Latvian would not suit up for the remainder of the season as he recovered from a torn ACL. Porzingis was named an All-Star as a member of the Knicks in 2017-18, averaging 22.7 points and 6.6 rebounds per game, and will now form a 1-2 duo alongside reigning NBA Rookie of the Year Luka Doncic for the Mavericks.--Jesse Borek - RotoBallerSource: Shams Charania
2 months agoFree agent shooting guard Wayne Ellington has agreed to a two-year, $16 million deal with the New York Knicks. Ellington bounced around last season after being traded to Phoenix then bought out and signing with the Detroit Pistons. Ellington provides invaluable three-point shooting, but his role is yet to be determined with the new-look Knicks. Still, wherever Ellington lands, he has been able to carve out a role as a three-point specialist. The same can be said in fantasy, as he does not offer much outside of threes.--Dale Johnson - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
2 months agoSmall forward Khris Middleton has agreed to a five-year, $178 million contract to re-sign with the Milwaukee Bucks, as was first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Middleton became a first time All-Star last season, averaging 18.3 points, 6.0 rebounds and 4.3 assists per game. A second-round pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, Middleton blossomed upon joining Milwaukee in 2013-14, having ascended to a max contract that will keep him with the Bucks for the foreseeable future. Milwaukee was conservative with his minutes last season, keeping him at 31.1 per contest, with the club cruising toward the postseason. With a large amount of his value coming on the defensive end of the floor, Middleton presents a tricky fantasy play coming into '19-20.--Jesse Borek - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
2 months agoPoint guard J.J. Barea will remain a member of the Dallas Mavericks for the upcoming 2019-20 season, reportedly inking a veteran minimum contract, per Shams Charania of The Athletic. Barea sustained a torn Achilles tendon in January, which has put the start of next season in doubt as it pertains to his return. At age 35, Barea will be entering his 14th NBA campaign, and 11th as a member of the Mavericks organization. Despite averaging 19.8 minutes per game last year, Barea was able to accrue 10.9 points and 5.6 assists per contest, which will keep him on fantasy radars for those in deeper leagues.--Jesse Borek - RotoBallerSource: Shams Charania
2 months agoPortland Trail Blazers forward Maurice Harkless has taken a couple trips during this already crazy free agency. Harkless was a part of a four-team trade involving Portland, Philadelphia 76ers, Miami Heat and Los Angeles Clippers. Harkless was originally traded with Meyers Leonard to Miami for Hassan Whiteside. The Clippers stepped in and received Harkless and a Miami future first round pick. Harkless has struggled with injuries the past two seasons, but has been able to produce modest defensive stats in limited minutes. Harkless is slated into a starting role for now, but his role can change greatly depending on future signings by Los Angeles.--Dale Johnson - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
2 months agoPower forward/center Frank Kaminsky has reportedly agreed to a two-year deal worth $10 million to join the Phoenix Suns, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. Kaminsky spent his first four years in the league as a member of the Charlotte Hornets, averaging 9.8 points and 4.0 rebounds per game. After intermittent stints in the starting five, Kaminsky appeared in 47 games last season, all of which came as a reserve. The 26-year-old will have to battle with the also newly-acquired Dario Saric for room in Phoenix's frontcourt alongside Deandre Ayton, but his minutes per game average of 16.1 from last season figures to increase with his inclusion in the Suns' offense.--Jesse Borek - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
2 months agoPoint/shooting guard George Hill will return to Milwaukee, per Shams Charania of The Athletic, inking a new three-year, $29 million deal. The Bucks had previously waived Hill, but the veteran will return to the team that he finished with in 2018-19. With the Bucks moving Malcolm Brogdon to Indiana in a sign-and-trade, there is a solid possibility that Hill could eclipse the 20.4 minutes per game average he accrued in 47 games with Milwaukee last season. Regardless, he'll be on the fringes of most fantasy leagues entering his age-33 campaign.--Jesse Borek - RotoBallerSource: Shams Charania
2 months agoFree agent power forward Taj Gibson will join the New York Knicks next season, but the veteran finds himself in an unenviable position in terms of playing time. The Knicks signed two younger bigs, Julius Randle and Bobby Portis, who will likely be prioritized on a young New York squad, leaving Gibson to be a veteran presence whose actual playing time is likely to vary. As the fourth big on the team, he’s unlikely to be a huge fantasy contributor, making this a tough move for a player who started 139 of the 152 games he played as a member of the Minnesota Timberwolves. Expect Gibson’s scoring average to drop down into single digits.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
2 months agoCenter Richaun Holmes has agreed to a free agent deal with the Sacramento Kings. Holmes spent last season in Phoenix, appearing in 70 games and averaging 8.2 points and 4.7 rebounds per game. He’ll be competing with Harry Giles for backup center minutes behind Dewayne Dedmon, and the winner of that battle will possess some fantasy value in deeper leagues. Based on the length of the deal (two years), Holmes likely has the upper hand in the battle for those minutes, though Giles seems like a player with more upside at this point. Holmes did average 1.1 blocks in just 16.9 minutes per game last year, so if he sees a spike in minutes at some point this season, he could be a popular waiver wire add.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: Shams Charania
2 months agoThe Sacramento Kings and free agent guard Cory Joseph have reached an agreement on three-year deal. Joseph will be the backup point guard to De’Aaron Fox. Joseph played all 164 games over his two seasons in Indiana, averaging 7.2 points, 3.3 rebounds, and 3.5 assists over that span of time while shooting 41.8 percent from the floor. He’ll continue to be an effective player for the Kings, but his fantasy value remains as low as it was in Indiana, which is to say that Joseph isn’t going to help you win in most fantasy leagues with his low volume stats.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: Chris Haynes
2 months agoWith Al Horford agreeing to a four-year deal with the Philadelphia 76ers, the Boston Celtics needed a new starting center. It appears they’ve found one, agreeing to a two-year deal with Enes Kanter. Kanter is a negative on the defensive end, but he’s still a good offensive center who put up 13.7 points and 9.8 rebounds per game between the Knicks and Trail Blazers last season. Even if he only plays 25 minutes per night and the Celtics give Daniel Theis more run, Kanter will be a valuable fantasy basketball commodity. In fact, he’s significantly more useful in fantasy than he is in the actual NBA, which could end up being a bad thing if Kanter’s defensive deficiencies lead to him losing out on the starting job at some point. For now, though, he’s worth a mid-round pick.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: Shams Charania
2 months agoPoint guard Tomas Satoransky will have a new home next season, joining the Chicago Bulls via a sign-and-trade with his former home, the Washington Wizards. For the time being, Satoransky will man the starting point guard spot while rookie Coby White comes off the bench. Satoransky is a capable player who started 54 games for the Wizards last year, averaging 10.7 points and 6.2 assists in those contests. I’d expect numbers along those lines this year with possibly a slight rise in scoring, which makes Satoransky an intriguing fantasy option at what will likely be an ADP in the late-middle of drafts. His dynasty value is tougher to figure out with White behind him, but he’ll be a solid producer in redraft leagues.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
2 months agoThe Trail Blazers acquired center Hassan Whiteside from Miami on Monday. The 30-year-old, who signed a four-year, $98 million deal with the team in 2016, averaged 12.3 points and 11.3 rebounds to go along with 1.9 blocks per contest last season despite playing just over 23.3 minutes per game. With this move, the Heat will clear much needed cap space for guard Jimmy Butler, who will head south in addition to the Blazers having a formidable presence in the middle with questions surrounding the health of center Jusuf Nurkic, who went down at the end of the season with a leg injury. Even with some years under his belt, Whiteside still has plenty of gas left in the tank and would make a welcome addition to fantasy rosters this upcoming year, especially if Nurkic misses an extended amount of time.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
2 months agoGuard Seth Curry will be a Dallas Maverick again. After a one-year departure to Portland, where he played 74 games, scoring 7.9 points per contest while shooting 45 percent from three on 3.4 attempts per game, Curry is heading back to Dallas, where he started 42 games in the 2016-2017 season. Dallas looks a lot different now, but Curry’s role will remain pretty much the same as he’s a sharpshooter who’ll likely come off the bench and will be able to drain buckets in a hurry. I’d expect him to play more than he did with the Trail Blazers, making him a fantasy winner with this move. He can provide value for fantasy teams in need of shooting help.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: Marc Stein
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