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  1. #1
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    Dukies in the NBA 2019-20

    Where will our guys end up next year? Several of The brotherhood are available free agency or whatever.
    Seth, Rodney, Quinn, Jabari (?), Austin, JJ? Will Brandon get traded? Will Amile and Trevon get a chance? My word there are a lot of moving parts here...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Furniture View Post
    Where will our guys end up next year? Several of The brotherhood are available free agency or whatever.
    Seth, Rodney, Quinn, Jabari (?), Austin, JJ? Will Brandon get traded? Will Amile and Trevon get a chance? My word there are a lot of moving parts here...
    And Miles? He still under a rich contract with the Hawks?

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    Thanks for starting this thread! Perhaps someone would be so kind as to review "our" roster - can we list all the Duklies in the NBA (or potentially in), plus their contract status for 2020? Thanks in advance!

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    Grayson Allen, Utah Jazz: Under Contract 2.4 MUSD
    Marvin Bagley III, Sacramento Kings: Under Contract 8.5 MUSD
    Wendell Carter Jr, Chicago Bulls: Under Contract 5.2 MUSD
    Quinn Cook, Golden State Warriors: Free agent
    Seth Curry, Portland Trailblazers: Free agent
    Luol Deng, Minnesota Timberwolves: Free agent
    Harry Giles III, Sacramento Kings. Under Contract 2.6MUSD
    Rodney Hood, Portland Trailblazers. Free agent
    Brandon Ingram, Los Angeles Lakers. Under Contract 7.2 MUSD
    Kyrie Irving, Boston Celtics: Player option 21MUSD
    Tyus Jones, Minnesota Timberwolves: Qualifying offer 3.8 MUSD
    Luke Kennard, Detroit Pistons: Under contract 4MUSD.
    Semi Ojeleye, Boston Celtics: Team option 1.6MUSD
    Jahil Okafor, New Orleans Pelicans: Under Contract 1.7 MUSD
    Frank Jackson, New Orleans Pelicans: Team option 1.6 MUSD
    Jabari Parker, Chicago Bulls: Team option 20 MUSD
    Mason Plumlee, Denver Nuggets: Under Contract 14 MUSD
    Miles Plumlee, Atlanta Hawks: Under Contract 12.2 MUSD
    J.J. Redick, Philadelphia 76ers: Free agent
    Austin Rivers, Houston Rockets: Free agent
    Jayson Tatum, Boston Celtics: Under contract 7.8 MUSD
    Lance Thomas, New York Knicks: Under contract 7.5 MUSD.
    Gary Trent Jr, Portland Trailblazers: Under contract 1.4 MUSD
    Justise Winslow, Miami Heat: Under contract 13 MUSD.
    Last edited by Furniture; 06-09-2019 at 12:45 PM.
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    These are the guys in doubt barring any trades of course.

    Quinn Cook, Golden State Warriors: Free agent
    Seth Curry, Portland Trailblazers: Free agent
    Luol Deng, Minnesota Timberwolves: Free agent
    Rodney Hood, Portland Trailblazers. Free agent
    Kyrie Irving, Boston Celtics: Player option 21MUSD
    Tyus Jones, Minnesota Timberwolves: Qualifying offer 3.8 MUSD
    Semi Ojeleye, Boston Celtics: Team option 1.6MUSD
    Frank Jackson, New Orleans Pelicans: Team option 1.6 MUSD
    Jabari Parker, Chicago Bulls: Team option 20 MUSD
    J.J. Redick, Philadelphia 76ers: Free agent
    Austin Rivers, Houston Rockets: Free agent
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    Thanks for the info. Interesting out of all the 2015 champs, itís Winslow at 13M leading the pack. And Lance has certainly carved out a nice contract after not being drafted.

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    Oh no! My DBR draft research for Portland thought Rodney had one year left on his dealómy pick may need to step in right away!

    Rodney played well in the playoffs and probably earned himself a nice payday...weíll see if Portland can resign him because they are cap challenged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by accfanfrom1970 View Post
    Thanks for the info. Interesting out of all the 2015 champs, itís Winslow at 13M leading the pack. And Lance has certainly carved out a nice contract after not being drafted.
    How about Amile?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bay Area Duke Fan View Post
    How about Amile?
    RealGM lists him (currently at Orlando) as a restricted free agent.

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    I could see Quinn following Durant

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigZ View Post
    I could see Quinn following Durant
    And becoming one of the best players in the league? 😀

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    Jabari Parker

    Parker was traded from Chicago Bulls to Washington Wizards, who now hold a team option for $20m for next season

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave1963 View Post
    Parker was traded from Chicago Bulls to Washington Wizards, who now hold a team option for $20m for next season
    And, as a DC-area resident who has watched the mess that is the Wizards for several years now [and the more capable, if inappropriately named, Bullets before that), I hope that one way or another this works out well for Jabari.

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    updated

    Quinn Cook, Golden State Warriors: Free agent
    Seth Curry, Portland Trailblazers: Free agent
    Luol Deng, Minnesota Timberwolves: Free agent
    Rodney Hood, Portland Trailblazers. Free agent
    Kyrie Irving, Boston Celtics: Player option 21MUSD
    Tyus Jones, Minnesota Timberwolves: Qualifying offer 3.8 MUSD
    Semi Ojeleye, Boston Celtics: Team option 1.6MUSD
    Frank Jackson, New Orleans Pelicans: Team option 1.6 MUSD
    Jabari Parker, Washington Wizards: Team option 20 MUSD
    J.J. Redick, Philadelphia 76ers: Free agent
    Austin Rivers, Houston Rockets: Free agent
    Amile Jefferson, Magic: Restricted free agent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Furniture View Post
    Quinn Cook, Golden State Warriors: Free agent
    Seth Curry, Portland Trailblazers: Free agent
    Luol Deng, Minnesota Timberwolves: Free agent
    Rodney Hood, Portland Trailblazers. Free agent
    Kyrie Irving, Boston Celtics: Player option 21MUSD
    Tyus Jones, Minnesota Timberwolves: Qualifying offer 3.8 MUSD
    Semi Ojeleye, Boston Celtics: Team option 1.6MUSD
    Frank Jackson, New Orleans Pelicans: Team option 1.6 MUSD
    Jabari Parker, Washington Wizards: Team option 20 MUSD
    J.J. Redick, Philadelphia 76ers: Free agent
    Austin Rivers, Houston Rockets: Free agent
    Amile Jefferson, Magic: Restricted free agent.
    What is MUSD?

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    interesting time for these guys...I hope that some of them realize (e.g. Cook, Seth Curry, Rodney Hood) that they MIGHT want to stay where they are (if offered a decent deal) vs going after the maximum money...they seem to have good roles on teams that win and appreciate them...that's worth something. Making seven million a year in a good situation might be better than making ten million with the godawful Knix, for example...gotta think long term strategy a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indoor66 View Post
    What is MUSD?
    Million US Dollars I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indoor66 View Post
    What is MUSD?
    As opposed to BUSD ($US billions )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave1963 View Post
    Parker was traded from Chicago Bulls to Washington Wizards, who now hold a team option for $20m for next season
    If the DC front office has a brain, we should just go ahead and list Jabari as a free agent. I cannot imagine any team would want to pay him $20 mil for next season. He's a decent scorer, though he's not super efficient and is yet to show that he can be a great outside shooter (which is the most important skill in the NBA these days). He's one of the worst defenders in the league (though he was better on the Wiz than his disastrous tenure with the Bulls). I will be mildly shocked if anyone offers him more than about $7 or 8 mil and it would not be all that surprising if the market for him is close to nil and he is forced to sign for the veteran minimum.

    The things Jabari does well are not important in the modern NBA and the things he does poorly are really important. Sorta like Jahlil, he's just not made for the league at this time.

    -Jason "there is a Wiz fan site that says to exercise Jabari's option and then trade him... I'll be stunned if that works" Evans
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    Quote Originally Posted by JasonEvans View Post
    If the DC front office has a brain, we should just go ahead and list Jabari as a free agent. I cannot imagine any team would want to pay him $20 mil for next season. He's a decent scorer, though he's not super efficient and is yet to show that he can be a great outside shooter (which is the most important skill in the NBA these days). He's one of the worst defenders in the league (though he was better on the Wiz than his disastrous tenure with the Bulls). I will be mildly shocked if anyone offers him more than about $7 or 8 mil and it would not be all that surprising if the market for him is close to nil and he is forced to sign for the veteran minimum.

    The things Jabari does well are not important in the modern NBA and the things he does poorly are really important. Sorta like Jahlil, he's just not made for the league at this time.

    -Jason "there is a Wiz fan site that says to exercise Jabari's option and then trade him... I'll be stunned if that works" Evans
    Wiz front office does not have a brain - itís currently unoccupied with no GM less than 2 weeks away from the draft. Reportedly Brooks likes Jabari and they want to bring him back, but I would image they would decline the team option and try to negotiate a free agent deal, but as I said no one is minding the store so they donít have plan. Do they try to piece a team together around Beal and hope to make the playoffs in the east as a 7 or 8 seed? Jabari at the right price could help there. Do they blow everything up and trade Beal for young talent and draft picks? Jabari likely would not be part of those plans (despite being only 24, given his knees I donít think he would be part of anyoneís youth movement). Do they keep Brooks? Right now no one knows. As well run as the Caps front office has been, it amazing that the same ownership has been completely inept with the Wiz.

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