• Allen Crabbe (sprained ankle) did not participate in the Nets’ scrimmage on Saturday but he was out of his walking boot and shot some free throws.

    A return date has not been set but Crabbe’s availability to start the season is not in question. Crabbe barely held top-150 per-game value last year in 28.5 minutes and should get more freedom on the Nets. He was the most accurate three-point shooter in the league last year at 44.4 percent but made only 1.7 per game. He is likely to improve on that number with Kenny Atkinson’s system. The Nets were fourth in three-pointers attempted last season. Crabbe does not offer much fantasy value other than three-point shooting so he will be a late-round add.

Fantasy News

  • Jimmer Fredette - PG - Phoenix Suns

    The Suns will decline Jimmer Fredette's team option, allowing the guard to play for the Warriors in Summer League.

    Fredette was a non-factor for the Suns in limited action last season, but he'll try to find a foothold in the league with a strong showing in Vegas. If worse comes to worse, Jimmer can always go back to dropping huge lines in China.

    Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

  • Evan Turner - SG - Atlanta Hawks

    Evan Turner will be traded to the Hawks in exchange for Kent Bazemore.

    Turner will give the Hawks some added playmaking in the second unit, though he is unlikely to play a big-minute role with all of the youth that Atlanta wants to develop. He's set to make $18.6 million in the final year of his deal, while Bazemore was slated for $19.3 million, so the Hawks will open up a little more room to spend in the upcoming year.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Kent Bazemore - SG - Trail Blazers

    Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Hawks and Blazers have agreed to a deal that will send Kent Bazemore to Portland and Evan Turner to Atlanta.

    Bazemore has been on the block for a while now, and he'll play a big role in Portland's wing rotation. It's entirely possible that he starts at small forward, though we're a long way from the start of the season. Bazemore brings a level of length and shooting that Turner could not and will give Portland some additional versatility. We'll wait for all the dust to settle before going too in depth, but late-round value should be attainable for Bazemore.

    Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

  • Wayne Selden - SG - Chicago Bulls

    The Bulls will not extend a qualifying offer to Wayne Selden, making him an unrestricted free agent.

    Selden got a lot of playing time towards the end of the year given Chicago's injuries and shutdowns, and his showing there might get him some interest on the open market. Teams could do a lot worse as far as cheap wing depth goes.

    Source: Cody Westerlund on Twitter

  • Kawhi Leonard - SF - Toronto Raptors

    According to Chris Sheridan of the Daily News, the Mavs expect that they'll get a meeting with Kawhi Leonard in free agency.

    To this point it's been the Raptors, Clippers, Lakers, Knicks and Nets as the main candidates in the Leonard race but Dallas would be a very interesting landing spot considering their wealth of young talent. The Mavs are never afraid to throw their hat in the ring when it comes to free agents, and while they're not likely to actually sign Leonard, who knows what happens if they do get a meeting? There are a lot of teams that are probably hoping to talk to Kawhi when free agency opens, and you can add the Mavs to that list of confirmed suitors.

    Source: Chris Sheridan on Twitter

  • Ryan Arcidiacono - PG - Chicago Bulls

    The Bulls will make Ryan Arcidiacono a restricted free agent by extending him a qualifying offer.

    Arcidiacono is coming off a season where he finished around the top-200 in terms of fantasy value, though that largely occurred as a result of injuries to Chicago's other guards. With Coby White and Kris Dunn ahead of him on the depth chart, Arcidiacono has some serious impediments to minutes. A new home might be the best for his fantasy outlook, but the Bulls obviously value having him around as insurance.

    Source: Cody Westerlund on Twitter

  • Patrick McCaw - SG - Toronto Raptors

    The Raptors have extended a qualifying offer to Patrick McCaw, making him a restricted free agent.

    McCaw didn't play a ton for Toronto down the stretch but he offers great length at the wing position and the Raptors have an established track record of getting a lot out of developmental projects. There's potential for McCaw to just accept the QO but either way the Raptors have made it known that they at least want the option of keeping him around going forward.

    Source: Keith Smith on Twitter

  • Malik Monk - SG - Charlotte Hornets

    GM Mitch Kupchak stated that Malik Monk might play "a couple of games" in the Summer League.

    "He may just come and be a part of the team or he may come and play a couple of games. And Dwayne may just play a couple. That’s normally how it goes for the veterans" said Kupchak. It's interesting that both Monk and Dwayne Bacon might make appearances as their both entering their third years. Regardless, they'll likely only play two or three games before being shutdown as they might be rotation guys for the Hornets this season.

    Source: The Athletic

  • PJ Washington - PF - Charlotte Hornets

    GM Mitch Kupchak stated that all of the Hornets rookies, including PJ Washington, would be spending time in the G-League this upcoming season.

    "So getting that extra G League seasoning is on the docket for this year’s second-rounders and, yes, even Washington." said Kupchak. He also went on to cite how much the G-League contributed to the development of Malik Monk and Dwayne Bacon last season, even stating that Bacon would request to be sent down to the G-League because he got more playing time. It looks as though it'll be at least a season before the Hornets' young players start contributing to the team and fantasy owners.

    Source: The Athletic

  • John Collins - PF - Atlanta Hawks

    Coach Lloyd Pierce stated that he wants John Collins to remain a PF next season and declared that he won't be playing much C.

    Pierce went on to say that it's because he doesn't want his team to play too small. Not only that, but he wants Collins to develop into a better ball handler and floor general, stating that "You don’t need a traditional point guard to come down and get everyone organized,” Pierce said. “Anyone can bring it. I’m trying to get John Collins to get a defensive rebound and push the ball up the floor." Even with the addition of DeAndre Hunter and Cam Reddish in this last week's NBA Draft, Collins still seems as though he'll be a focal point of Atlanta's offense next season.

    Source: SB Nation