06/25/2023 – 8:13 am
Starting this Sunday (25) Jumper Brasil will bring you updated information on the NBA free agency market. Next Friday, the teams will be able to enter into verbal agreements with the players. In this issue, we have the latest on Kyrie Irving, Tobias Harris, John Collins, James Harden and more. check out!
Cameron Johnson to the Pistons (HOT) – The Detroit Pistons are making every effort to try to sign Brooklyn Nets restricted free agent Cam Johnson, according to Mark Stein of the Substack website. Johnson joined the Nets last season in a trade that brought Kevin Durant to the Phoenix Suns. According to Stein, the Pistons have plenty of space on their payroll and this would be a substantial offer not to cover the Nets. nba free agency
Bruce Brown to the Mavs (Hot) — Free agent, after opting out of his deal with the Denver Nuggets, the guard is highly desired by the Dallas Mavericks board. According to reporter Mark Stein from the Substack forum, the Texans team should make a great offer to the defense specialist. It is worth remembering that Brown received US$6.5 million in 2022/23.
Kyrie Irving for the Lakers (COOL) – Despite all of LeBron James’ best efforts, it looks like Kyrie Irving is not going to join the Los Angeles Lakers. According to Yahoo Sports website reporter Jake Fischer, the Dallas Mavericks have no intention of helping the Californian team sign and trade. That is, he would have to sign a new deal with the Mavs and then be traded to Los Angeles. In addition, the Dallas management prioritizes the renewal of players. nba free agency
Deandre Hunter for the Mavs (Cold) – Negotiations continue between the Dallas Mavericks and Atlanta Hawks. After the Dallas team declined to trade its youth players for Clint Capela, as Jumper Brasil reported this Saturday, the Texan team would also like to rely on Hunter, but he could be seen in the NBA free agency market like Bruce Brown. Can go behind other wingers or guards. , It’s a fact that the Hawks try to include John Collins, Capela and Hunter in an exchange, but it could happen the other way around, separately or not.
RJ Hampton free agency (HOT) — The Detroit Pistons released guard RJ Hampton on Saturday, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic. He had an unprotected contract worth $1.9 million. The team is looking to make room for reinforcement arrivals at the market open next weekend. free agency nba 25
Tobias Harris (HOT) to Indiana Pacers – The Indiana Pacers would be interested in trading for the forward, according to Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Keith Pompey. The team, which is preparing to go after a winger or center forward, will target Tobias Harris, D’Andre Hunter, Jonathan Kuminga and Oji Anunobi among others. However, it would be “easiest” for Harris to negotiate, as the Philadelphia 76ers intend to release the athlete for “the right price”. However, the problem would be the value of the player’s contract. Next season, he will get $39.2 million. However, the Pacers have room to adjust their terminations by sending off players like TJ McConnell and Chris Duarte, for example. nba free agency
Derrick Rose in free agency (HOT) — The New York Knicks have waived the final year of Derrick Rose’s contract, making the point guard an unrestricted free agent, according to Newsday’s Steve Popper. The three-time All-Star veteran was with the Knicks through 2020/21. However, last season, the 2011 MVP practically did not play due to a technical decision. He only played 27 games and will receive $15.6 million. The Knicks intend to use the space left by Rose to extend Josh Hart’s contract. In addition, the team wants to sign a player for a mid-level non-tax player, which is worth about $12.4 million.
John Collins to Jazz (FRIO) — The boards of the Atlanta Hawks and Utah Jazz returned to talks about a possible exchange for forward John Collins, according to Yahoo Sports reporter Jake Fischer. The Jazz had considered using the athlete with Lauri Markken on the wings, but talks would have gone cold. The Hawks are doing their best to trade Collins in the coming days. Player earnings have declined each season since 2020/21. It will receive US$25.3 million in the next campaign. nba free agency
JAMES HARDEN FOR THE ROCKETS (COOL, BUT…) – Until a few days ago, the star was the perfect name for a return to the Houston Rockets. However, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the Philadelphia 76ers would be “determined” to renew with the athlete. But the Rockets continue to be interested after the team selected a point guard (Amen Thompson) in the draft. There are people who believe that Thompson can play with Harden. Or even coming from the bank while gaining experience. Thus, if Kevin Porter succeeds in establishing rapport with Harden, he is likely to be included in the exchange.
Miles Bridges to the Hornets (HOT) – By all indications, the Charlotte Hornets will extend Miles Bridges’ contract at the start of NBA free agency. The player, who was suspended for 30 games last season (he served 20), will then miss out on the top ten for 2023/24. However, the values are still unknown. The Hornets could give him a multi-year deal or a more conservative one-season deal. free agency nba 25