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#305: NBA Offseason Questions with Keith Smith
July 28, 2021

Keith Smith answers a variety of NBA questions as we head toward the draft, free agency, & the new league year, including which teams to watch, will restricted free agents be a factor, & salary cap projections going forward. Plus, Xavien Howard has officially requested a trade out of Miami. A look deep into his contract versus other current cornerback deals.

 

Headlines – The Athletic

New Transactions

Jul 29

Danny Duffy, SP

Traded to Los Angeles (LAD) from Kansas City (KC) with cash for TBD

Jul 29

Montrezl Harrell, PF

Exercised $9.72 million Player Option with Los Angeles (LAL) for 2021-22 season

Jul 29

Jevon Carter, PG

Traded to Brooklyn (BKN) from Phoenix (PHX) with 2021 1st round pick (#29) for Landry Shamet and [will become official in new league year]

Jul 29

Landry Shamet, PG

Traded to Phoenix (PHX) from Brooklyn (BKN) with [will become official in new league year] for Jevon Carter and 2021 1st round pick (#29)

Jul 29

John Hayden, C

Signed a 1 year $750,000 contract with Buffalo (BUF)

Jul 29

Darren Helm, C

Signed a 1 year $1 million contract with Colorado (COL)

Jul 29

Brandon Saad, LW

Signed a 5 year $22.5 million contract with St Louis (STL)

Jul 29

Corey Perry, RW

Signed a 2 year $2 million contract with Tampa Bay (TBL)

Jul 29

Matthew Peca, C

Signed a minor league contract with St Louis (STL)

Jul 29

Jani Hakanpaa, D

Signed a 3 year $4.5 million contract with Dallas (DAL)

Jul 29

Zach Wilson, QB

Signed a 4 year $35.1 million contract with New York (NYJ)

Jul 29

Ashton Goudeau, P

Traded to Colorado (COL) from Cincinnati (CIN) for cash considerations



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