Agreements in Principle

  • 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

  • T.J. McConnell
    PG, Indiana Pacers

    T.J. McConnell has agreed to a two-year, $7 million deal with the Pacers per Adrian Wojnarowski.

    McConnell will give the Pacers some solid backcourt depth, and they've quietly put together a solid group between McConnell, Malcolm Brogdon and Aaron Holiday, not to mention the minutes Victor Oladipo will get as a primary ball-handler when he returns from injury. McConnell will likely be battling Holiday for minutes, and while he can hold fantasy value as an assists specialist this isn't a great landing spot for his outlook.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Markieff Morris
    PF, Detroit Pistons

    Shams Charania is reporting that Markieff Morris has agreed to a deal with the Pistons.

    Rod Beard of the Detroit News is hearing that it will clock in at around $3.6 million, with other reports saying it's a one-year deal. Morris suffered from a neck injury last season, and when he was ready to return he was forced to take a low-minute role off the bench for the Thunder. That was a major sticking point for him, so we'd expect him to log more than the 16.1 mpg he played with OKC, even with Blake Griffin owning the PF minutes in Detroit. While Morris will give Detroit some added versatility and scoring prowess of the bench, he doesn't figure to hold standard-league fantasy value given the way the roster is constructed.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Boban Marjanovic
    C, Dallas Mavericks

    Boban Marjanovic has agreed to a two-year, $7 million deal with the Mavs according to Shams Charania.

    The Bobi and Tobi show comes to a sad end, but Marjanovic is a nice depth pickup for the Mavs. He'll give the team way more size than they currently have and can be used to turn the tide on the glass considering most of Dallas' current frontcourt mix is on the thinner or shorter side. We wouldn't anticipate Boban getting enough minutes to sustain fantasy value, sadly.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Darius Miller
    SF, New Orleans Pelicans

    Darius Miller has agreed to a two-year, $14.25M deal to stay with the Pelicans, with the second-year being non-guaranteed.

    Miller is a 3-point specialist and he will be supporting J.J. Redick as a floor-spacer next year. The Pelicans are making sure to surround their team with quality veterans and Miller will continue to provide veteran leadership for a young group of players.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Rodney McGruder
    SG, Los Angeles Clippers

    According to Chris Haynes, Rodney McGruder has agreed to a three-year deal with the Clippers worth $15 million.

    The Clippers claimed McGruder off waivers near the end of the season after being waived by the Heat for whom he played his three NBA seasons. The 27-year-old received a good deal here, but he's also joining a crowded backcourt, regardless of Kawhi Leonard's decision. McGruder has had some impressive stretches in his career and he's a good 3-point shooter, so he'll certainly find a few minutes on the Clippers this coming season.

    Source: Chris Haynes on Twitter

  • Wilson Chandler
    F, Los Angeles Clippers

    Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports is reporting the Nets have reached an agreement in principle for a one-year veteran minimum deal with free agent forward Wilson Chandler.

    Chandler will get the opportunity to join the new-look Nets next season while Kevin Durant rehabs. He does have a significant injury history, but the Nets' loaded roster can house the talented defender. Chandler will have no pressure to perform on a prove-it deal for the veteran minimum next season.

    Source: Chris Haynes on Twitter

  • Emmanuel Mudiay
    PG, Utah Jazz

    Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting the Jazz have reached a one-year agreement in principle with free agent point guard Emmanuel Mudiay.

    The Jazz aren't playing around this offseason. Mudiay will come off the bench for Mike Conley after being cast off by the Knicks, who did not extend a qualifying offer. Mudiay averaged 14.8 points per game on 44.6 percent shooting from the field last season. He replaces Raul Neto, who the Jazz let walk on Tuesday.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Luke Kornet
    PF-C, Chicago Bulls

    Shams Charania of The Athletic is reporting the Bulls have reached an agreement in principle for two years with free agent Luke Kornet.

    Kornet will be able to stretch the floor as a nifty backup center for the Bulls. He averaged 1.5 3-pointers made per game in just 17 minutes per game for the Knicks last season. Kornet is a career 36 percent 3-point shooter.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Jared Dudley
    SF, Los Angeles Lakers

    Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN is reporting free agent Jared Dudley has agreed to a one-year, $2.6M deal with the Lakers.

    The deal is for the veteran minimum. Dudley is a career 39.2 percent 3-point shooter with 11 seasons of NBA experience. While the Lakers await Kawhi Leonard's decision, they can't afford to wait around and let savvy veterans get taken. The Lakers have now added Troy Daniels and Dudley in recent days.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Willie Cauley-Stein
    C, Golden State Warriors

    Updating a previous report, Zach Lowe is hearing that Willie Cauley-Stein will be joining the Warriors for slightly more than the minimum.

    Cauley-Stein could use a short-term deal to rehab his value, and his pick-and-roll game should be put on display with the Warriors' backcourt duo. The fact that he'll be splitting minutes with Kevon Looney, however, robs both of any standard-league sleeper appeal that they might've briefly held.

    Source: Zach Lowe on Twitter

  • Jeff Green
    SF, Utah Jazz

    Free agent F Jeff Green has agreed to a one-year, $2.5M deal with the Jazz.

    This is a quality under-the-radar signing for the Jazz's biggest weak spot. Green could find himself in the starting lineup as Ed Davis is currently penciled in as the team's starting PF. Joe Ingles and Royce O'Neale should also see some time at the four, but Green is looking like a late-round deep league option fantasy circles barring more moves.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowksi on Twitter

  • Shake Milton
    SG, Philadelphia Sixers

    Per Keith Pompey of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Shake Milton is signing a four-year contract with the Sixers.

    Milton has some nice potential but will fill a depth role for the Sixers next season. He can defend multiple positions, which will help him get on the court. Milton is another name the Sixers can throw at opponents, in what looks like one of the best defensive teams in the league.

    Source: Keith Pompey on Twitter

  • Noah Vonleh
    PF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Per Jon Krawczynski of The Athletic, the Wolves and Noah Vonleh agreed to a one-year, $2 million deal.

    Vonleh enters a good situation as he will battle newly-signed Jordan Bell for the starting PF spot. Even if Vonleh comes off the bench, he should see solid minutes as a backup PF/C off the bench. We'll see how the frontcourt shakes out after Karl-Anthony Towns as the offseason wears on.

    Source: Jon Krawczynski on Twitter

  • Glenn Robinson III
    SG, Golden State Warriors

    Free agent Glenn Robinson III and the Warriors have agreed to a two-year deal with a player option in the second year.

    The financials of the contract have yet to be released, but he joins a Warriors team that needs wing players. With Klay Thompson out for the next 5-7 months, Robinson could find himself in a sizable role, and potential starting role, early on. The Warriors continue their retool in the wake of Kevin Durant’s departure.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter