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Shane Larkin says playing time is the biggest factor for his free agency.

"For me, it’s mainly just playing time," Larkin said. "All that other stuff, that comes after." He also mentioned that he wants to break the streak of playing for a different team every single season. As time goes on, it seems less and less likely that he'll return to Boston but should still get a deal with an NBA squad. Regardless if he does, Larkin doesn't carry much fantasy weight.
Source: Hoops Hype
Jul 22 - 11:01 AM

Raptors GM Masai Ujiri said if Kawhi Leonard had not had "all this medical drama" the Raptors chances of talking to him would have been "zero."

His sitting out could have potentially hurt his case for going to L.A. if he was really as set on Hollywood as the reports made it seem. This shows that Leonard was somewhat of a risk for Toronto, but one they were willing to make. If he's medically cleared the Raptors are assuming he'll suit up for them which seems likely at this point and if he does, he's undoubtedly a first-rounder for your fantasy squad.
Jul 22 - 10:26 AM

The Cavs have spoken with unrestricted free agent David Nwaba.

If the Cavs do go ahead and unload Kyle Korver, they will be desperate for players to log wing minutes. Nwaba proved to be not just a defensive player as he put up 7.9 points per game with the Bulls, who rescinded their qualifying offer on him. If the Cavs do land him, he could be someone to watch on what looks like a rebuilding roster.
Jul 21 - 8:38 PM

Serge Ibaka has said since arriving in Toronto that he has been comfortable playing more center.

With Jakob Poeltl in San Antonio, the Raptors will now have to use more Ibaka at the five. He is still a good bet to start, but the Raptors may stagger him away from Jonas Valanciunas. Regardless, Ibaka gains a noteworthy chunk of fantasy value after the Kawhi Leonard trade, so he's back to being a viable target in the earlier middle rounds. He could slide, too.
Jul 21 - 7:56 PM

Alex Len is finalizing a two-year, $8.5 million deal with the Atlanta Hawks, according to Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports.

It's arguably the best possible landing spot for Len as he will compete with Dewayne Dedmon for minutes at the center spot -- John Collins and Omari Spellman could play some five, too. Len's career has been a roller coaster since 2013 with a slew of ankle injuries and other injuries along the way. He's still just 25 and he should have an excellent chance to turn it around with his change of scenery.
Jul 21 - 5:32 PM

Zach LaVine said he wants to be the top option on the Bulls this season.

He mentioned he has worked too hard to be second fiddle, but there's nothing wrong with that. LaVine said that a lot of the guys on the team probably want to be the top option, but he added that he thinks it’s good for the team that they all are striving to be the best. His defense is another story, but last year his offense was not very good at just 35th percentile overall (Synergy). His usage rate did rise to No. 1 option levels at 29.6 in 2017-18 from just 21.8 in 2016-17 with the Wolves, so potentially LaVine could score a bunch on this up-tempo team.
Jul 21 - 3:00 PM
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