I'll name this offseason thread later: The NBA 2019 Offseason/Free Agency Thread

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If yall have thread titles let me know. But I might just keep it general.

@Lord Scarf @CHICAGO @Houston911 sticky please

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1. Kevin Durant
Player Option / Small Forward / 6-9 / Team: Golden State Warriors
26.0 ppg, 6.4 rpg, 5.9 apg
One of the three best players in the NBA. Rumors are swirling about his interest in joining the Knicks, but when it comes time to make a decision, will he really opt to leave the perfect situation he’s currently in?

Agent: Rich Kleiman

2018/19 Earnings:$30,000,000

Career Earnings:$157,183,333
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2. Kawhi Leonard
Player Option / Small Forward / 6-7 / Team: Toronto Raptors
26.6 ppg, 7.3 rpg, 1.8 spg
Now healthy, he’s one of the best players in the league again and will surely command a huge contract next summer. The question is: Has Toronto done enough this season to convince him to stay long-term?

Agent:Dennis Robertson

2018/19 Earnings:$23,114,066

Career Earnings:$60,899,944
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3. Kyrie Irving
Player Option / Point Guard / 6-3 / Team: Boston Celtics
23.8 ppg, 6.9 apg, 40.1 3P%
One of the hardest-to-defend point guards in the league. Will he listen to outside suitors this offseason or is him re-signing in Boston an inevitability?

Agent: Jeff Wechsler

2018/19 Earnings:$20,099,189

Career Earnings:$75,108,436
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4. Kemba Walker
Unrestricted / Point Guard / 6-1 / Team: Charlotte Hornets
25.6 ppg, 4.4 rpg, 5.9 apg
For the past three seasons, he has performed at an elite level but hasn’t been paid like it. That will undoubtedly change this offseason.

Agent: Jeff Schwartz

2018/19 Earnings:$12,000,000

Career Earnings:$46,199,401
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5. Klay Thompson
Unrestricted / Shooting Guard / 6-7 / Team: Golden State Warriors
21.5 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 40.2 3P%
One of the best shooters in league history, he is also an extremely able defender who seemingly never gets injured. 2019 will probably be the summer he gets his first massive contract, and it’ll probably come from Golden State, barring a huge surprise.

Agent: Greg Lawrence

2018/19 Earnings:$18,988,725

Career Earnings:$59,318,274
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6. Jimmy Butler
Player Option / Shooting Guard / 6-7 / Team: Philadelphia 76ers
18.7 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 1.9 spg
A tough, two-way wing who can defend multiple positions and score 20 per night at an efficient level. His fit with the 76ers isn’t totally ideal, however, so it wouldn’t be shocking to see him end up on a different team this summer.

Agent: Bernie Lee

2018/19 Earnings:$19,841,627

Career Earnings:$60,025,227
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7. D’Angelo Russell
Restricted / Point Guard / 6-5/ Team: Brooklyn Nets
21.1 ppg, 7.0 apg, 36.9 3P%
He played the best basketball of his young career this season, helped lead Brooklyn to a playoff spot and got the first All-Star bid of his time as a professional. Looks to be someone the Nets might build around, but those plans could change depending on how they fare in free agency this summer.

Agent: Austin Brown

2018/19 Earnings:$7,019,698

Career Earnings:$15,998,280
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8. Tobias Harris
Unrestricted / Power Forward / 6-9 / Team: Philadelphia 76ers
20.0 ppg, 7.9 rpg, 39.7 3P%
After averaging career-highs across the board this season, he couldn’t be going into free agency at a better time.

Agent: Torrel Harris

2018/19 Earnings:$14,800,000

Career Earnings:$55,749,880
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9. Kristaps Porzingis
Restricted / Power Forward / 7-3 / Team: Dallas Mavericks
After a trade landed him in Dallas, team owner Mark Cuban made it clear the organization plans to keep him around for the long haul.

Agent: Janis Porzingis

2018/19 Earnings:$5,697,054

Career Earnings:$12,953,040
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10. Khris Middleton
Player Option / Small Forward / 6-8 / Team: Milwaukee Bucks
18.3 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 4.3 apg
One of the most underrated wings in basketball. He scores efficiently and also distributes, rebounds and defends at above-average rates for his position. First-time All-Star this season.

Agent:Michael Lindeman

2018/19 Earnings:$13,000,000

Career Earnings:$46,177,719
 

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11. Nikola Vucevic
Unrestricted / Center / 7-0 /Team: Orlando Magic
20.8 ppg, 12.0 rpg, 3.8 apg
His numbers this year, across the board, were monstrous, but a porous showing in the playoffs could hurt his stock as a free agent.

Agent: Rade Filipovich

2018/19 Earnings:$12,750,000

Career Earnings:$42,838,639
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12. DeMarcus Cousins
Unrestricted / Center / 6-11 /Team: Golden State Warriors
16.3 ppg, 8.2 rpg, 1.5 bpg
Upon returning from a torn Achilles, he had a good run to close the season, even flashing moments where he looked like his old self. However, a quad injury in Game 2 of the playoffs will force him to miss the postseason, and cast a shadow on his impending free agency.

Agent: Jarinn Akana

2018/19 Earnings:$5,337,000

Career Earnings:$80,711,986
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13. Julius Randle
Player Option / Power Forward / 6-9 / Team: New Orleans Pelicans
21.4 ppg, 8.7 rpg, 3.1 apg
Elite finisher around the paint. Specializes in using athleticism to drive by slower big men. Averaged career numbers in multiple categories this year.

Agent: Aaron Mintz

2018/19 Earnings:$8,641,000

Career Earnings:$13,545,962
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14. Al Horford
Player Option / Center / 6-10/ Team: Boston Celtics
13.6 ppg, 6.7 rpg, 4.2 apg
He doesn’t score a bunch of points, but his all-around game is excellent. Few big men share his blend of playmaking and defense.

Agent: Jason Glushon

2018/19 Earnings:$28,928,710

Career Earnings:$129,458,059
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15. Marc Gasol
Player Option / Center / 7-1 /Team: Toronto Raptors
13.6 ppg, 7.9 rpg, 4.4 apg
His skill as an outside shooter and passer should help his game age nicely. Does a bit of everything from the center position. His showing in the playoffs, primarily his outstanding defense, will help elevate his stock as a free agent.

Agent: Steve Heumann

2018/19 Earnings:$24,119,025

Career Earnings:$128,292,718
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16. Bojan Bogdanovic
Unrestricted / Small Forward/ 6-8 / Team: Indiana Pacers
18.0 ppg, 4.1 rpg, 42.5 3P%
Put up a career-high in points, rebounds and assists. One of the best shooters in the NBA. His value as a free agent is only hurt by his lackluster defense and the fact he just turned 30.

Agent: Jason Ranne

2018/19 Earnings:$10,500,000

Career Earnings:$21,091,796
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17. Brook Lopez
Unrestricted / Center / 7-0 /Team: Milwaukee Bucks
12.5 ppg, 4.9 rpg, 36.5 3P%
One of the few big men in the league who can shoot threes and protect the paint at above-average rates. He’s already in his 30’s, but his game has aged nicely thanks to his high skill level.

Agent:Darren ‘Mats’ Matsubara

2018/19 Earnings:$3,382,000

Career Earnings:$117,423,487
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18. DeAndre Jordan
Unrestricted / Center / 6-11 /Team: New York Knicks
11.0 ppg, 13.1 rpg, 64.1 FG%
Even in his 30s, still one of the best rebounders the NBA has to offer. Elite screen-setter as well.

Agent: Jeff Schwartz

2018/19 Earnings:$22,897,200

Career Earnings:$106,710,175
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19. Malcolm Brogdon
Restricted / Point Guard / 6-5/ Team: Milwaukee Bucks
15.6 ppg, 3.2 apg, 42.6 3P%
Can play either guard spot effectively, both on offense and defense. Has blossomed into a knockdown three-point shooter.

Agent:Danielle Cantor

2018/19 Earnings:$1,544,951

Career Earnings:$2,237,611
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20. Nikola Mirotic
Unrestricted / Power Forward / 6-10 / Team: Milwaukee Bucks
15.2 ppg, 7.4 rpg, 36.5 3P%
An adept floor-spacer from the 4-spot with quick feet on the defensive end. Can be quite streaky with his shot, however, which hurts his value.

Agent: Bill Duffy

2018/19 Earnings:$12,500,000

Career Earnings:$29,131,175
 

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Rockets Expected To Trade One Of Clint Capela, Eric Gordon, P.J. Tucker
JUN 5, 2019 1:45 AM

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The Houston Rockets are "actively exploring" deals for Clint Capela, Eric Gordon, and P.J. Tucker, according to Marc Stein.

Stein adds that a source says the Rockets are operating under the assumption that at least one of those three players will not be with the team next season.

Stein also confirmed reports that the Rockets are shopping every player on their roster except James Harden this summer.

Mike D'Antoni recently broke off talks of a contract extension with the team as he heads into the final year of his deal. The team chose not to renew the contracts of 4 of his assistants this offseason.

MARC STEIN/THE NEW YORK TIMES
 

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Spurs better not do shyt but sign Rudy Gay to a two year deal... LMA, Demar, Mills, and Gay contracts all being up at the same time will be :ahh:
 
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