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Post#1 » by dougthonus » Sat Jun 29, 2019 8:59 pm

I have stopped keeping this up to date after the Bulls more or less spent all of their money.

Signed FAs
Point Guards
Kemba Walker - Celtics - 4/141
Kyrie Irving - Nets - 4/141
D'Angelo Russell - Warriors - 4/117
Terry Rozier - Hornets - 3/58
Ricky Rubio - Suns - 3/51
Patrick Beverley - Clippers - 3/40
Cory Joseph - Kings - 3/37
Seth Curry - Mavericks - 4/32
Tomas Satoransky - Bulls - 3/30
George Hill - Bucks - 3/29
Elfrid Payton - Knicks - 2/16
Derrick Rose - Pistons - 2/15
Ish Smith - Wizards - 2/12
Darren Collison (retired)
Michael Carter-Williams - Magic - 1/min
JJ Barea - Mavericks - 1/min
Isaiah Thomas - Wizards - 1/min

Shooting Guards
Klay Thompson - Warriors - 5/190
Malcolm Brogdon - Pacers - 4/85
Jeremy Lamb - Pacers - 3/31.5
JJ Redick - Pelicans - 2/26.5
Reggie Bullock - Knicks - 2/21
Wayne Ellington - Knicks - 2/16
Garrett Temple - Nets - 2/10
Austin Rivers - Rockets - 2/10
Matt Thomas - Raptors - 3/4.2
Wesley Matthews - Bucks - 1/min

Small Forward
Kevin Durant - Nets - 4/164
Khris Middleton - Bucks - 5/178
Jimmy Butler - Heat - 4/142
Harrison Barnes - Kings - 4/85
Bojan Bogdanovic - Jazz - 4/73
Terrence Ross - Magic - 4/54
Rudy Gay - Spurs - 2/32
Trevor Ariza - Kings - 2/25
Rodney Hood - Blazers - 2/16
Danuel House - Rockets - 3/11
Gerald Green - Rockets - 1/min

Power Forward
Nikola Mirotic - Europe
Tobias Harris - 76ers - 5/180
Kristaps Porzingis - Mavericks - 5/158
Julius Randle - Knicks - 3/63
Thaddeus Young - Bulls - 3/41
Dwight Powell - Mavericks - 3/33
Bobby Portis - Knicks - 2/31
Al-Farouq Aminu - Magic - 3/29
Kevon Looney - Warriors - 3/15
Taj Gibson - Knicks - 2/20
DeMarre Carroll - Spurs - 2/12
Ed Davis - Jazz - 2/10
Frank Kaminsky - Suns - 2/10
Mike Scott - 76ers - 2/9.8
Nicolo Meli - Pelicans - 2/8
Jordan Bell - Wolves - 1/1.6

Center
Al Horford - 76ers - 4/109
Nikola Vucevic - Magic - 4/100
Brook Lopez - Bucks - 4/52
Jonas Valanciunas - Grizzlies - 3/45
Dewayne Dedmon - Kings - 3/41
DeAndre Jordan - Nets - 4/40
Thomas Bryant - Wizards - 3/25
Enes Kanter - Celtics - 2/10
Richaun Holmes - Kings - 2/10
Nerlens Noel - Thunder - unreported

Available Players
Point Guards
Tyus Jones (restricted)
Emmanuel Mudiay
Delon Wright (restricted)
Rajon Rondo
T.J. McConnell
Trey Burke
Quinn Cook
Jerryd Bayless
Raymond Felton
Jeremy Lin
Ryan Arcidiacono (restricted)
Devin Harris
Jose Calderon
Shelvin Mack
Tim Frazier
Theo Pinson (restricted)
Brandon Goodwin
Kalin Lucas
Isaiah Whitehead
Trevon Duval
Joe Chealey
Jonathan Gibson
Jawun Evans
PJ Dozier
Naz Long
Chasson Randle

Shooting Guards
Danny Green
Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
Justin Holiday
Alec Burks
Rodney McGruder (restricted)
Iman Shumpert
Lance Stephenson
Jamal Crawford
Vince Carter
Nik Stauskas
Ian Clark
Jerian Grant
Troy Daniels
Tyler Dorsey
Jodie Meeks
Patrick McCaw
Jimmer Fredette

Small Forwards
Kawhi Leonard
Kelly Oubre Jr. (restricted)
Dorian Finney-Smith (restricted)
James Ennis
Darius Miller
Wilson Chandler
Stanley Johnson
Furkan Korkmaz
Jake Layman (restricted)
Justin Anderson
Mario Hezonja
Corey Brewer
Quincy Pondexter
Thabo Sefolosha
Sam Dekker
Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot
Jaron Blossomgame
Deng Adel
Vince Edwards
Davon Reed
George King
Troy Williams


Power Forwards
Marcus Morris
JaMychal Green
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson
Trey Lyles
Jeff Green
Noah Vonleh
Maxi Kleber (restricted)
Kenneth Faried
Markieff Morris
Mike Muscala
Jarell Martin
Carmelo Anthony
Luol Deng
Jared Dudley
Marquese Chriss
Jonas Jerebko
Udonis Haslem
Anthony Tolliver
Cheick Diallo
Ekpe Udoh
Dragan Bender
Dante Cunningham
Donatas Motiejunas
Alex Poythress
Tyler Lydon
Ray Spalding
Marcus Derrickson
Cameron Reynolds
Johnathan Motley
Johnathan Williams (restricted)
Luke Kornet
Isaiah Hicks
Amile Jefferson
Ben Moore
Tyler Cavanaugh
Devin Robinson

Centers
DeMarcus Cousins
Willie Cauley-Stein (restricted)
Ivica Zubac (restricted)
Khem Birch (restricted)
Boban Marjanovic
Kyle O'Quinn
JaVale McGee
Robin Lopez
Daniel Theis (restricted)
Tyson Chandler
Joakim Noah
Pau Gasol
Nene
Amir Johnson
Salah Mejri
Zaza Pachulia
Andrew Bogut
Tyler Zeller
Greg Monroe
Kosta Koufos
Eric Moreland
Alan Williams
Angel Delgado
Isaac Humphries
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Post#2 » by Wingy » Sat Jun 29, 2019 9:33 pm

Sky's no longer falling in Boston. Much prefer Kemba over Kyrie for their group. If Hayward can regain form with a summer of work, they're right back in the mix.
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Post#3 » by ChiefILL53 » Sat Jun 29, 2019 9:41 pm

Saw something on twitter from Frank Isola that he said league source says the Pistons are the front runners to sign DRose.
Is something clever supposed to go here?
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Post#4 » by dumbell78 » Sat Jun 29, 2019 10:08 pm

Great thread, thanks.
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Post#5 » by AKfanatic » Sat Jun 29, 2019 10:16 pm

ChiefILL53 wrote:Saw something on twitter from Frank Isola that he said league source says the Pistons are the front runners to sign DRose.


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Post#6 » by Chi town » Sat Jun 29, 2019 10:38 pm

Thanks Doug. Good to have you back in full force.
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Post#7 » by MGB8 » Sat Jun 29, 2019 10:43 pm

Where is Wayne Selden? :-P

Also could add SG John Jenkins - Think he was released
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Post#8 » by Michael Jackson » Sat Jun 29, 2019 11:04 pm

Why isn’t there more talk about Luke Kornet?
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Post#9 » by Hangtime84 » Sat Jun 29, 2019 11:22 pm

Roozier now unrestricted
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If the Bulls do, you would be complaining to much to ever hear it.


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Post#10 » by GimmeDat » Sat Jun 29, 2019 11:49 pm

Great list, Doug.

I am dumbfounded that the Bulls (appear to be) putting a precedent on paying up for a high level big backup. Not only is it far less of a need than PG, but if you look at this list, there's so many decent backup bigs that we should absolutely be waiting out the market and getting a cheap one.

Some name's that will probably slip through the cracks without a substantial deal -

Luke Kornet
Richaun Holmes
Joakim Noah
Nerlens Noel
Ekpe Udoh
Cheick Diallo
Ed Davis
Noah Vonleh
Frank Kaminsky

As for PG, just skimming through that list again, one guy that is not talked about at all on here is Rondo, and I think he'd be an awesome fit, both as a vet (we know how much the young guys liked him and how much he was said to have worked to help them) and a player (excellent at making guys better and controlling a unit, plays good defense most of the time at least, and is a solid spot up shooter at this point in his career).

From his comments about his time at the Bulls, maybe he's over the Bulls FO and doesn't want to deal with that again, but who knows. He doesn't seem like he's on the top tier of interest in this FA class, and if he's available for good value, I would be totally on board.
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Post#11 » by dougthonus » Sun Jun 30, 2019 12:07 am

GimmeDat wrote:Great list, Doug.

I am dumbfounded that the Bulls (appear to be) putting a precedent on paying up for a high level big backup. Not only is it far less of a need than PG, but if you look at this list, there's so many decent backup bigs that we should absolutely be waiting out the market and getting a cheap one.

Some name's that will probably slip through the cracks without a substantial deal -

Luke Kornet
Richaun Holmes
Joakim Noah
Nerlens Noel
Ekpe Udoh
Cheick Diallo
Ed Davis
Noah Vonleh
Frank Kaminsky

As for PG, just skimming through that list again, one guy that is not talked about at all on here is Rondo, and I think he'd be an awesome fit, both as a vet (we know how much the young guys liked him and how much he was said to have worked to help them) and a player (excellent at making guys better and controlling a unit, plays good defense most of the time at least, and is a solid spot up shooter at this point in his career).

From his comments about his time at the Bulls, maybe he's over the Bulls FO and doesn't want to deal with that again, but who knows. He doesn't seem like he's on the top tier of interest in this FA class, and if he's available for good value, I would be totally on board.


I grabbed the list and ordering from ESPN, so I take no credit there (good or bad).

All the news I have heard all off-season (not through sources, just public reports) is that the Bulls seem to view PG as a position of need. They did get White in the draft, so maybe they think the three headed monster of Arci, Dunn, and White gets it done, but my guess is that they are still looking for another guard.

I think a combo guard would fit pretty well for them as they also don't really have anyone to spell LaVine. In an ideal world someone who can play with LaVine and Coby would be perfect.
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Post#12 » by samwana » Sun Jun 30, 2019 12:13 am

GimmeDat wrote:Great list, Doug.

I am dumbfounded that the Bulls (appear to be) putting a precedent on paying up for a high level big backup. Not only is it far less of a need than PG, but if you look at this list, there's so many decent backup bigs that we should absolutely be waiting out the market and getting a cheap one.

Some name's that will probably slip through the cracks without a substantial deal -

Luke Kornet
Richaun Holmes
Joakim Noah
Nerlens Noel
Ekpe Udoh
Cheick Diallo
Ed Davis
Noah Vonleh
Frank Kaminsky

As for PG, just skimming through that list again, one guy that is not talked about at all on here is Rondo, and I think he'd be an awesome fit, both as a vet (we know how much the young guys liked him and how much he was said to have worked to help them) and a player (excellent at making guys better and controlling a unit, plays good defense most of the time at least, and is a solid spot up shooter at this point in his career).

From his comments about his time at the Bulls, maybe he's over the Bulls FO and doesn't want to deal with that again, but who knows. He doesn't seem like he's on the top tier of interest in this FA class, and if he's available for good value, I would be totally on board.
I've been starting the getting Rondo back bandwagon since the draft, maybe even before. So you're not alone.
He'd be perfect for what we need now imo.

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Post#13 » by panthermark » Sun Jun 30, 2019 12:29 am

GimmeDat wrote:Great list, Doug.

I am dumbfounded that the Bulls (appear to be) putting a precedent on paying up for a high level big backup. Not only is it far less of a need than PG, but if you look at this list, there's so many decent backup bigs that we should absolutely be waiting out the market and getting a cheap one.

Some name's that will probably slip through the cracks without a substantial deal -

Luke Kornet
Richaun Holmes
Joakim Noah
Nerlens Noel
Ekpe Udoh
Cheick Diallo
Ed Davis
Noah Vonleh
Frank Kaminsky

As for PG, just skimming through that list again, one guy that is not talked about at all on here is Rondo, and I think he'd be an awesome fit, both as a vet (we know how much the young guys liked him and how much he was said to have worked to help them) and a player (excellent at making guys better and controlling a unit, plays good defense most of the time at least, and is a solid spot up shooter at this point in his career).

From his comments about his time at the Bulls, maybe he's over the Bulls FO and doesn't want to deal with that again, but who knows. He doesn't seem like he's on the top tier of interest in this FA class, and if he's available for good value, I would be totally on board.

Rondo seems like a horrible bit to me......spotty (improved, but still spotty) 3pt shooting, ball pounding type PG.
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Post#14 » by Chi town » Sun Jun 30, 2019 12:34 am

K.C. said Seth Curry and George Hill and Wayne Ellington are targets.
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Post#15 » by samwana » Sun Jun 30, 2019 1:02 am

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Post#16 » by Chi town » Sun Jun 30, 2019 1:22 am

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Post#17 » by kodo » Sun Jun 30, 2019 3:34 am

Chi town wrote:K.C. said Seth Curry and George Hill and Wayne Ellington are targets.


Ellington would be sad, Ellington has never been a PG. He has a career average of 1.1 apg and he has played decent minutes. He’s less of a PG than Blakeney. Blakeney will at least pretend to look for other people before he hoists it up, Ellington launches as soon it hits his fingertips.
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Post#18 » by dumbell78 » Sun Jun 30, 2019 4:03 am

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I like Dedmon. Energy and 3s. D too.


He's an underrated big, would really like him as a backup.
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Post#19 » by MGB8 » Sun Jun 30, 2019 4:14 am

GimmeDat wrote:Great list, Doug.

I am dumbfounded that the Bulls (appear to be) putting a precedent on paying up for a high level big backup. Not only is it far less of a need than PG, but if you look at this list, there's so many decent backup bigs that we should absolutely be waiting out the market and getting a cheap one.

Some name's that will probably slip through the cracks without a substantial deal -

Luke Kornet
Richaun Holmes
Joakim Noah
Nerlens Noel
Ekpe Udoh
Cheick Diallo
Ed Davis
Noah Vonleh
Frank Kaminsky

As for PG, just skimming through that list again, one guy that is not talked about at all on here is Rondo, and I think he'd be an awesome fit, both as a vet (we know how much the young guys liked him and how much he was said to have worked to help them) and a player (excellent at making guys better and controlling a unit, plays good defense most of the time at least, and is a solid spot up shooter at this point in his career).

From his comments about his time at the Bulls, maybe he's over the Bulls FO and doesn't want to deal with that again, but who knows. He doesn't seem like he's on the top tier of interest in this FA class, and if he's available for good value, I would be totally on board.



Also Kyle O’Quinn is quite solid. And on the general board FA thread youngin Christian Wood! Who I think has a bunch of talent, is a FA (though I thought there was another year on his deal).

Point being : DONT OVERPAY FOR A RESERVE BIG! Though a guy who can be a long term 3rd big might be an exception in terms of being tighter with money.
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Post#20 » by Dan Z » Sun Jun 30, 2019 5:13 am

GimmeDat wrote:Great list, Doug.

I am dumbfounded that the Bulls (appear to be) putting a precedent on paying up for a high level big backup. Not only is it far less of a need than PG, but if you look at this list, there's so many decent backup bigs that we should absolutely be waiting out the market and getting a cheap one.

Some name's that will probably slip through the cracks without a substantial deal -

Luke Kornet
Richaun Holmes
Joakim Noah
Nerlens Noel
Ekpe Udoh
Cheick Diallo
Ed Davis
Noah Vonleh
Frank Kaminsky

As for PG, just skimming through that list again, one guy that is not talked about at all on here is Rondo, and I think he'd be an awesome fit, both as a vet (we know how much the young guys liked him and how much he was said to have worked to help them) and a player (excellent at making guys better and controlling a unit, plays good defense most of the time at least, and is a solid spot up shooter at this point in his career).

From his comments about his time at the Bulls, maybe he's over the Bulls FO and doesn't want to deal with that again, but who knows. He doesn't seem like he's on the top tier of interest in this FA class, and if he's available for good value, I would be totally on board.


How much do you think Robin Lopez will ask for? I'd be okay bringing him back at the right price.

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