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7/19:Guard Marcus Smart has agreed to a four-year, $52 million contract to remain with the Boston Celtics. Smart has been instrumental to the success of the organization during his tenure, averaging 9.4 points and 1.5 steals per game over four seasons with the club in addition to sporting an impressive 99.4 percent defensive rating in 2018. Though injuries have been a constant issue for the 24-year-old, his defensive consistency paired with his ability to get hot on the offensive end certainly make up for it. If he is floating around in the later rounds of fantasy drafts, he is worth an add if you are willing to accept his tendency to be plagued with consistent ailments.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Chris Forsberg
7/19:The Oklahoma City Thunder have reached an agreement with the Atlanta Hawks and will acquire the services of guard Dennis Schroder. In exchange, Atlanta will recieve forward Carmelo Anthony, who will be waived, and a protected 2022 first-round draft pick. The sixth-year man, who has been on the trade block for quite some time, had his best season to date in 2018, averaging 19.4 points per game. He also averaged a subpar 43 percent shooting from the field in his final season with the Hawks on 17.1 attempts per game, but will likely see a dip in that department as he will now be the third option behind guard Russell Westbrook and forward Paul George. However, his durability will help offset his shoddy shooting numbers and he will likely get his fair share of playing time, whether it be in the starting five or off the bench, on an OKC team that isn’t very deep.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
7/18:Alongside Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio Spurs guard Danny Green was sent to the Toronto Raptors in what could be a conference-changing trade. Both are two-way players and add to an already troublesome Raptors defense, without sacrificing any offense. Although the Raptors lost one of their better scorers, they added a major perimeter threat in Danny Green. There are few players that have stuck to their role better than Green, (mostly in part to Gregg Popovich) and he won't have to change in Toronto. With Lowry being the primary ball-handler, Green offers a serious one-two punch in the backcourt, anchored by Leonard at the three. Green will not have a notable year since he is mainly a 3 & D player, but he will be a late round sleeper pick and is going be most useful in DFS contests.--Jake Finnen - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowki
7/18:According to multiple sources including Adrian Wojnarowski, a trade between the San Antonio Spurs and the Toronto Raptors sent Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green to Toronto, with the Spurs receiving DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl, and protected 2019 firstread more...
7/14:The Bulls and former Milwaukee Bucks forward Jabari Parker agreed on a two-year, $40 million contract on Satuday. The deal, which includes a team-option for next season, will ensure that Chicago can cut ties with the 2014 second overall pick in the event that he is unable to stay healthy. Parker has had a rough stretch in his four years in the league thus far, appearing in only 183 games as a result various injuries, including tearing his ACL twice. However, with a cash incentive hovering over him, he has plenty of motivation to remain on the floor and contributing this upcoming season. If he is floating around in the later rounds of upcoming fantasy drafts, he is worth the risk.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
7/14:Guard Jeremy Lin has been traded to the Hawks. The Journeyman, who was acquired by Atlanta for picks and the rights to guard Isaia Cordinier, has had a rough stretch over the past two seasons, appearing in only 37 games during that span as a result of hamstring issues and a ruptured patella tendon, among other various ailments. Though he hasn’t been cleared to resume full basketball activities, he is progressing well and should be ready to go by the start of the 2019 campaign, or at least early on into the season. He is currently slotted behind guards Dennis Schroder and rookie Trae Young, but could find some minutes this season if Schroder is traded, something that has been rumored for quite some time. If he can stay healthy, he may be able to see the floor in a backcourt that is filled with young, inexperienced players. Keep an eye on his health and Schroeder’s status as he is someone capable of exceeding his ADP.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
7/13:The Denver Nuggets have reached an agreement with the Nets to send forwards Kenneth Faried, Darrell Arthur and a protected 2019 first-found pick to Brooklyn for guard Isaiah Whitehead. Faried appeared in only 32 games last season and has seen a gradual decline in productivity since the ‘15-‘16 season. He ended the 2018 campaign averaging only 5.9 points and 4.8 boards over 14.4 minutes and though his best days appear behind him, he does have a chance to squeeze in some playing time on a team that is lacking depth and physicality up front. However, until he finds consistent minutes, he should remain in free agent pools in all leagues, regardless of size.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
7/13:The Denver Nuggets have signed free-agent guard Isaiah Thomas. Thomas, who agreed to a one-year deal worth $2 million (veteran’s minimum), will likely come in for relief behind guard Jamal Murray and will fill a void for a team that is lacking established depth outside of the starting unit. The former All-Star had a rough 2018 season that was plagued by the infamous hip ailment in addition to off-the-court drama involving his then Cleveland teammates. He appeared in only 17 games last season with the Cavaliers and Lakers, averaging 15.6 points and five assists over 26.8 minutes per game. Though his shooting numbers leave little to be desired, he has the ability to surpass his ADP if he can stay healthy for a team that usually only allots consistent minutes to their core group. He is worth taking a gamble on if he is available in the later rounds of upcoming fantasy drafts.--Dennis Clausen - RotoBallerSource: Adrian Wojnarowski
7/8:Los Angeles Lakers shooting guard Josh Hart scored 24 points with three assists and two rebounds in a blowout win over the Philadelphia 76ers. The whole Lakers team shot lights-out for the game, but Hart's veteran presence paved the way for everyone to play their game. It is expected that Hart will sit out the rest of the summer league since he is a key member of the Lakers rotation. Stay tuned for more details on this.--Kyle Reiner Pineda - RotoBallerSource: NBA
7/8:New York Knicks forward Kevin Knox scored 22 points with eight rebounds in his Summer League debut. He was looking good, especially with fellow rookie Trae Young firing three-pointers on the other end. Knox needed to play well in this game to get his rookie season off to a good start. He showed off with a couple of dunks and is out there to prove to everyone that his draft-day boos were unmerited.--Kyle Reiner Pineda - RotoBallerSource: NBA
7/8:Phoenix Suns center Deandre Ayton scored 21 points and grabbed 12 rebounds in a win over the Sacramento Kings in the Las Vegas Summer League. He was matched up with Marvin Bagley throughout the game. His potential is there and he is looking good in the summer league. Expect him to be taken around the fifth round before the season starts.--Kyle Reiner Pineda - RotoBallerSource: NBA
7/7:Philadelphia 76ers shooting guard Furkan Korkmaz played in just 14 games as a rookie while dealing with a Lisfranc injury and he didn't show a whole lot while he was on the floor, averaging just 1.6 points in 5.7 minutes per game, but after one game of the 2018 Las Vegas Summer League, Korkmaz's name is on everyone's tongues. On Friday, the second-year guard from Turkey scored 40 points on 10-for-18 shooting and went 8-for-14 from three. He grabbed six rebounds as well. With the 76ers looking to improve on their 2017-2018 performance, Korkmaz isn't guaranteed to see the court much, but he should be able to carve out a role as a shooter off the bench for Philadelphia. His main value comes in dynasty leagues, because Korkmaz is under contract or can be retained via a team option through the 2021-2022 season and could end up replacing J.J. Redick once his contract expires at the end of this upcoming season.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: NBA.com
7/7:Boston Celtics rookie power forward Robert Williams left Friday's Summer League game against the Philadelphia 76ers with a left knee contusion after playing just six minutes. Williams scored four points and grabbed a pair of rebounds in that stretch and looked active on the court, but the injury ended his night early. It's unclear if Williams will be ready to go for the rest of the summer league. It's also worth noting that Williams said after the game that he deals with tendinitis in that knee. While it's a minor issue on its own, incidents like Friday when Williams hit knees with another player and aggravated the inflammation could come up at times.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: Boston Globe
7/7:Charlotte Hornets shooting guard Malik Monk scored 23 points on Friday in an 88-87 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder in the Summer League. Monk went 9-for-16 from the field and was 4-for-9 from deep. He also added a pair of assists and a pair of steals. After a disappointing rookie season in which Monk averaged 6.7 points in 13.6 minutes per game, Friday's performance is encouraging. Still, he's a second-year player going against a Summer League squad, so take some of this with a grain of salt. Monk could end up as a fantasy sleeper this season, but it's just as likely that he stays behind Jeremy Lamb in Charlotte's rotation.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: NBA.com
7/7:Charlotte Hornets rookie small forward Miles Bridges couldn't find his shooting touch in Friday's Summer League win over the Thunder. In 27 minutes, Bridges scored six points on 2-for-14 shooting. Bridges did add in 10 rebounds, including five on the offensive end, and he blocked a pair of shots. That Bridges was able to contribute without his shot falling is an encouraging sign for the Hornets, who haven't gotten the production out of the small forward position that they expected they would when they drafted Michael Kidd-Gilchrist in 2012. If Bridges can start knocking down threes at something close to the 37.5 percent mark he hit in his two years at Michigan State, he could find some early success in Charlotte.--Justin Carter - RotoBallerSource: NBA.com
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