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#307: Putting Together the NBA Agreement Puzzle with Keith Smith
August 5, 2021

Keith Smith & Scott Allen break down their week of work tracking, analyzing, and assessing nearly $2B of NBA free agent agreements, nearly $1B in extensions, & a dozen or so trades. How the Lakers, Bulls, Knicks, & Wizards are now built, which contracts stand out, which teams are lurking, & plenty more.

 

Headlines – The Athletic

New Transactions

Aug 5

Adam Webster, D

Signed a 5 year contract extension with Brighton & Hove Albion (BHA)

Aug 5

Leon Bailey, F

Signed a 4 year contract by transfer from Bayer 04 Leverkusen to Aston Villa F.C. (AVFC) for a $35.2M fee

Aug 5

Danny Ings, F

Signed a 3 year contract by transfer from Southampton to Aston Villa F.C. (AVFC) for a $38.72M fee

Aug 5

Jack Grealish, M

Signed a 6 year contract by transfer from Aston Villa to Manchester City F.C. (MCFC) for a $129.25M fee

Aug 5

Moses Moody, SG

Signed a 2 year $7.3 million contract with Golden State (GSW)

Aug 5

Frank Kaminsky, C

Agreed to a 1 year $2.09 million contract with Phoenix (PHX)

Aug 5

Garrison Mathews, SG

Washington (WAS) withdrew $1.49 million Qualifying Offer; becomes Unrestricted Free Agent

Aug 5

Austin Strand, D

Signed a 1 year $771,750 contract extension with Los Angeles (LAK)

Aug 5

Tomas Tatar, LW

Signed a 2 year $9 million contract with New Jersey (NJD)

Aug 5

Dante Fabbro, D

Signed a 2 year $4.8 million contract extension with Nashville (NSH)

Aug 5

Zach Aston-Reese, C

Signed a 1 year $1.725 million contract extension with Pittsburgh (PIT)

Aug 5

William Borgen, D

Signed a 2 year $1.9 million contract extension with Seattle (SEA)



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