Agreements in Principle

  • Gerald Green
    SG, Houston Rockets

    ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that Gerald Green is planning on returning to the Houston Rockets on a one-year deal.

    Green has become an instrumental bench piece for the Rockets over the last few years, and has essentially maintained the same value in that time span. Expect Green to remain a 3-point specialist and occasional DFS target.

    Source: Adrain Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Garrett Temple
    SG, Brooklyn Nets

    Garrett Temple has agreed to a two-year, $10M deal with the Nets.

    With the start to free agency that the Nets have had, it's hard to see Temple holding much fantasy value, but he is a quality 3-and-D veteran to help out the team. The Nets have shaken the NBA world the past few hours and Temple is just another name to add to an exciting offseason for Nets basketball.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Rodney Hood
    SG, Portland Trail Blazers

    Rodney Hood and the Blazers have agreed to a two-year, $16 million deal.

    The deal includes a player option. It's a mild surprise that Hood is back after the Blazers acquired Kent Bazemore, but they now have more wing depth than they have in quite some time. It'll make for a cramped fantasy situation, but the Blazers are doing well to try and keep pace with a highly competitive Western Conference.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Terry Rozier
    PG, Charlotte Hornets

    Terry Rozier has reached an agreement on a fully-guaranteed, three-year, $58 million contract with the Hornets.

    Rozier looks like Charlotte's starting point guard for the foreseeable future. That's a lot of money for a guy who has exhibited serious efficiency issues and is coming off a terrible season, and the Hornets appear to be reeling after losing Kemba Walker. Rozier is going to have plenty of opportunity to rack up numbers on a bad Hornets squad but your appetite for him as a fantasy prospect will depend entirely on his efficiency.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Malcolm Brogdon
    PG, Indiana Pacers

    The Milwaukee Bucks and Indiana Pacers have agreed on a sign-and-trade that will send Malcolm Brogdon to Indiana and a first-round and two second-round picks to Milwaukee according to Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter.

    Indiana will be paying Brogdon $85 million over the next four years. In an 11th hour reversal, the Pacers have found their PG of the future in Malcolm Brogdon instead of Ricky Rubio, who they had been linked to all offseason. Brogdon slides into a fantastic situation as Indiana's primary ball-handler as they continue to retool their roster. His fantasy value was always going to be rock-solid due to his outstanding percentages, but with a large role to play as a Pacer, he could find himself coming off draft boards sooner than expected this season.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Jeremy Lamb
    SG, Indiana Pacers

    The Pacers have agreed in principle to sign Hornets free agent Jeremy Lamb to a three-year deal worth $31.5 million.

    Lamb is coming off a career-year with Charlotte and it makes sense that he'd find a legit suitor in the FA market. Expect him to be a plug-and-play guy who will do whatever the Pacers need him to do – mainly starting at SG while Victor Oladipo recovers from his injury, for starters.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Bojan Bogdanovic
    SF, Utah Jazz

    The Jazz and Bojan Bogdanovic have agreed to terms on a four-year, $73 million contract.

    Bogdanovic is a great get for Utah, as it gives them another capable perimeter defender and a true knock-down shooter. Adding him to the mix will help erase some spacing issues and should also help the team's playmaking efforts with his ability to move off the ball. Bogdanovic shot a blistering .497 from the field last season on his way to a career-high 18 points per game, and he should be a steady late-round fantasy player with the Jazz, even accounting for a decrease in usage.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Danuel House
    PF, Houston Rockets

    Danuel House has agreed to a three-year, $11.1M deal to return to the Rockets.

    House was a quality complimentary piece for the Rockets this past season and could see more time next season depending on what else the Rockets do in free agency. At worst, he should find himself in a similar role as last year as a three-point specialist for fantasy purposes.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Ricky Rubio
    PG, Phoenix Suns

    Ricky Rubio has agreed to a three-year, $51 million deal with the Suns.

    Rubio was widely expected to end up in Indiana but the Pacers' sign-and-trade for Malcolm Brogdon took them out of the running there. Instead, Rubio will head to Phoenix, who have long needed a cerebral point guard that can corral the young Suns when they get into frantic mode. His stat set tends to travel and he'll be playing in a run-and-gun system with plenty of talented youngsters, so it's a solid landing spot for fantasy purposes.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Dwight Powell
    PF, Dallas Mavericks

    According to Marc Stein, the Mavs and Dwight Powell reach an agreement in principle on a three-year $33 million extension that kicks in the 2020-21 season.

    The Mavs have made it clear that Powell is an important part of their future plans and this extension is a concrete sign of good faith. He's going to see minutes at both the four and five positions, allowing him and his low-key production to fly under most radars once again next season.

    Source: Marc Stein on Twitter

  • Al-Farouq Aminu
    PF, Orlando Magic

    Al-Farouq Aminu has agreed to a three-year, $29 million deal with the Orlando Magic according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

    In a surprise move, Aminu has opted to go to a Magic team that features a glut of forwards who provide much of the same skill sets that he provides. While this is a solid bench addition for Orlando in real life, it all but eliminates Aminu as a fantasy option moving forward.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Harrison Barnes
    SF, Sacramento Kings

    Harrison Barnes and the Kings have agreed on a four-year, $85 million contract.

    It was reported that Barnes to the Kings would become official when free agency begins, and now we have our answer. Along with Barnes, the Kings also signed Trevor Ariza to play the wing. It's pretty confusing that they would pay Barnes over $21 million a year to join a logjammed position, but such is life in Sacto.

    Source: Marc Stein on Twitter

  • Kyrie Irving
    PG, Brooklyn Nets

    Kyrie Irving has agreed to a four-year contract worth $142 million with the Nets.

    Irving has a player option on the fourth season. He'll be joining forces with Kevin Durant but will be the team's leader next season while KD is on the mend, so hopefully he learns from last season's tumult in Boston. Uncle Drew should remain an elite fantasy asset in Brooklyn's fun scheme.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Khris Middleton
    SF, Milwaukee Bucks

    The Bucks and Khris Middleton have agreed to a five-year, $178M million deal with a player-option to return to the Bucks.

    There was never much thought of the Bucks letting Middleton go, and now they've locked up their All-Star wing for the foreseeable future. Middleton broke out in a big way this past season and it will be interesting to see if he can continue to grow next to Giannis Antetokounmpo. Middelton makes a nice early mid-round selection in fantasy drafts next season.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Trevor Ariza
    SF, Sacramento Kings

    Trevor Ariza plans to sign a two-year, $25 million deal with the Sacramento Kings according to Shams Charania of The Athletic.

    Ariza will join a deep wing rotation in Sacramento and figures to become a key part of their bench as they make a run for the playoffs. From a fantasy perspective this figures to be a decent blow to Ariza's value, who is unlikely to see the amount of playing time that he saw in Washington.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter