Agreements in Principle

  • Avery Bradley
    SG, Los Angeles Lakers

    Avery Bradley will be headed to the Lakers on a two-year, $9.7 million contract once he clears waivers.

    The second year will be a player option and Bradley has a chance to rehab his value on a high-profile team. He's had a very rough go of things since leaving Boston but did close last season with top-80 value over his last 13 games, though it came in 32.1 mpg. Bradley doesn't figure to see that much time with the Lakers, even as one of the first guards off the bench. He will provide the Lakers with some extra defensive versatility, and perhaps that gives him enough playing time to carve out deep-league value.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Alec Burks
    SG, Golden State Warriors

    Alec Burks has agreed to a one-year deal with the Warriors, backing out of a previous commitment with the Thunder.

    The Thunder gave Burks the chance to re-evaluate his commitment when they traded Paul George and positioned themselves for a rebuild. Burks will head to Golden State, where he looks to be one of the first couple of guards off the bench in the early going. He'll give the team some scoring punch but is unlikely to hold much fantasy value.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Patrick McCaw
    SG, Toronto Raptors

    Blake Murphy of The Athletic is reporting that the Raptors have re-signed Patrick McCaw.

    McCaw was a restricted free agent and should be a factor on the wings in Toronto's new-look rotation next season. He has the sort of defensive profile that the team loves and should benefit from working with the development staff. McCaw won't be a fantasy factor until he improves his offensive game, but at least he'll have a chance to do so next season. We'll update this with contract terms when they come out.

    Source: Blake Murphy on Twitter

  • Terence Davis
    G-F, Toronto Raptors

    Shams Charania is reporting that undrafted guard/forward Terence Davis has agreed to sign a two-year deal with the Raptors, with the first year being fully guaranteed.

    Davis gets his full NBA contract after turning down two-way deals in June. The Raptors are rebuilding in a post-Kawhi era, so Davis might just see some reserve minutes this season.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
    SF, Toronto Raptors

    Rondae Hollis-Jefferson has agreed to a one-year deal with the Raptors, per Shams Charania.

    It's a nice low-risk bet for the Raptors to take, as Hollis-Jefferson fell out of favor in Brooklyn after an offseason adductor strain had him playing catch-up on a team with a very deep rotation. He's a multi-positional defender up front and will help absorb forward minutes in the second unit. There should be deep-league fantasy appeal here given the Raptors' current depth chart and their need to find potential long-term answers as their core ages. RHJ was a top-100 option in 2017-18, however, so keep an eye on how the rotation shakes out.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Delon Wright
    PG, Dallas Mavericks

    The Mavs and Grizzlies have agreed to a sign-and-trade for Delon Wright, with Memphis receiving two second-round picks per Adrian Wojnarowski.

    Wright has agreed to a three-year deal worth $29 million. It's been rumored that the Mavs would submit an offer sheet but this arrangement gives them far more certainty than waiting for the Grizzlies to make a decision on matching. Wright is headed for a sizable role on a Mavs team that doesn't have a ton of guard depth, and there's a chance he can start at point guard. His length and versatility are certainly attractive and Wright is very much in play as a pick in standard-league drafts. He was able to post top-50 numbers down the stretch in Memphis and should be able to threaten top-100 value with 25 mpg or more.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Alex Caruso
    SG, Los Angeles Lakers

    According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Alex Caruso and the Lakers have agreed on a two-year, $5.5 million deal.

    After signing Rajon Rondo and Quinn Cook, the Lakers have now secured their third string point guard. Caruso quietly had a good season for the Lakers last year and will likely be the best defensive option out of the three point guards. He could have value in fantasy but it'll be more certain when the Lakers entire team shakes out.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Marcus Morris
    PF, San Antonio Spurs

    According to Shams Charania of the Athletic, the Spurs and Marcus Morris have agreed on a two-year, $20 million deal.

    Morris will be an excellent pickup for the Spurs as an above average scorer and he's no slouch on the defensive end. They weren't a very deep team so Morris will also bring depth to their roster and with the rest of the West rapidly improving, the Spurs needed to make a move. As for fantasy, Morris will still be worth owning in leagues but it'll be important to see how the rest of the Spurs' roster shakes out.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • DeMarre Carroll
    SF, San Antonio Spurs

    According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Spurs and DeMarre Carroll have reworked his deal to make it three years, $21 million.

    Carroll's original deal was two years, $13 million so he'll be getting an extra $8 million in that third year. He was a very important piece to the Nets last season and he'll likely serve a similar role on the Spurs. He could actually hold some fantasy value next season as the Spurs haven't made a ton of moves, but it's still too soon to be sure.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Rajon Rondo
    PG, Los Angeles Lakers

    Rajon Rondo has reportedly agreed on a two-year deal to stay with the Lakers.

    The Lakers have filled up six roster spots since the Kawhi news broke a little more than 12 hours ago and and still have three roster spots left to fill. Rondo missed a good amount of games last season with hand injuries but returned decent standard league value with 8.2 assists, 1.2 steals and 1.1 triples when he did play. He is a risky pick but should be able to continue to bringing top-150 value when he does play.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Ivica Zubac
    C, Los Angeles Clippers

    Woj is reporting that Ivica Zubac has agreed to four-year, $28 million deal to remain with the Clippers.

    Zubac was traded to the Clippers midseason last season and put up good value in 20.2 minutes across 26 games with 9.4 points, 7.7 rebounds and 0.9 blocks. His upside remains capped with Montrezl Harrell on the team and should continue to hover around top-200 value, outside of the standard league range.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • DeMarcus Cousins
    C, Los Angeles Lakers

    Adrian Wojnarowski reports DeMarcus Cousins has agreed to a one-year deal with the Lakers.

    Woj added that although Miami and San Antonio both showed interest, it was Anthony Davis who ultimately convinced Cousins to sign with them. This is not great news for JaVale McGee and maybe even more so for Kyle Kuzma, who was expected to start at the four before this move. Cousins was able to put up top-35 standard league per-game value in only 25.7 minutes per game on the Warriros last year and should see at least that much time in a Lakers uniform.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Quinn Cook
    PG, Golden State Warriors

    Quinn Cook has agreed to a two-year, $6 million deal with the Lakers.

    The Lakers ink their fourth player within the last 12 hours and Cook is now the only point guard on the roster with Rajon Rondo and Lance Stephenson still free agents. The Lakers aren't done making move yet as they still have five roster spots to fill so it's highly unlikely Quinn starts the season as the first string point guard.

    Source: Chris Haynes on Twitter

  • Raul Neto
    PG, Philadelphia Sixers

    Raul Neto and the Sixers have agreed to a one-year, veteran's minimum deal per Shams Charania.

    Neto should step into T.J. McConnell's role for Philly and will give them a quality, if uninspiring, guy to keep things in order when Ben Simmons is off the floor.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Jake Layman
    SF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Jake Layman has agreed to a three-year, $11.5 million deal and will be headed to the Wolves in a sign-and-trade.

    Layman was a restricted free agent but got crowded out on the wings with Portland adding Kent Bazemore and re-signing Rodney Hood. He's coming off a career year, setting career-highs across the board while emerging as a quality rotation presence for the Blazers. Layman figures to play a similar depth role for the Wolves and will only be a deep-league asset.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter