NBA Draft: Winners & Losers

NBA Draft: Winners & Losers
Ryan Knaus breaks down fantasy winners and losers from the 2018 NBA Draft. Nikola Vucevic and Dennis Schroder both take a hit.
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The Pacers "currently plan to retain Bojan Bogdanovic," whose contract is partially guaranteed, according to Ben Gibson of the Pacers website 8points9seconds.

Gibson, citing a source "familiar with the Pacers' offseason plans," adds that they'd "be comfortable going into next season with [Bogdanovic] as a starter." Bojan's $10.5 million contract will become guaranteed on June 29 and it's not shocking that Indy would retain him since he improved defensively while playing a major role in their surprising 48-win season last year. This isn't a done deal and Indy could save $9 million by waiving Bogdanovic this week, if they decide the extra cap space would be more important. We'll know for sure by the end of the week.
Jun 24 - 9:29 PM

Glen Rice Jr. has reportedly signed a temporary deal with Piratas de Quebradilas in Puerto Rico.

Rice Jr. is slated to earn $60k through August, after which he could seek a deal in the NBA, G League, or elsewhere overseas. He was shot during a brawl in 2015 and was arrested for robbery, battery and possession of marijuana in 2016, and it would be a surprise to see him in the NBA again.
Jun 24 - 8:16 PM

The Grizzlies released F Omari Johnson on Sunday.

Johnson was a negligible part of the rotation in Memphis this past season, so this move won't have any consequence in fantasy hoops.
Jun 24 - 5:15 PM

Elie Okobo has agreed to a four-year, $6 million deal with the Suns.

The Suns just renounced their rights to Elfrid Payton and pushed Tyler Ulis' salary guarantee date back to June 30, which hints they might be toying with the idea of giving major minutes to Okobo his rookie season. If can find a trade partner for Brandon Knight, and they waive Ulis, that would all be great news for Okobo's fantasy outlook.

Enes Kanter is still debating whether or not to pick up his player option worth $18.6 million for the 2018-19 season.

Most opposing teams expect Kanter to opt in, but should he opt out and hit the open market, he will be pursued by multiple teams -- including the Bucks -- according to Ian Begley of ESPN. The 26-year-old center is coming off one of his best statistical seasons, but it could still be tough for him to command that sort of salary as a free agent due to his issues on the defensive end of the floor.
Jun 24 - 2:52 PM

Mike Muscala will exercise his player option and remain with Atlanta for the 2018-19 season.

He'll make $5 million with the Hawks, which is about as good as he could hope to do. This will be Muscala's sixth year in the league and he's only averaging 48.6 games played per season. He also saw some time in the G League last season, but did average career highs in points and rebounds with 7.6 and 4.3 per game. Muscala's played every season with Atlanta, so expect him to continue to be a role player for them.
Jun 24 - 1:15 PM

The Suns will renounce the rights to Elfrid Payton and Alex Len, according to Scott Bordow of the Arizona Republic.

The Suns won't be able to make this official until July, but will make them free agents. Pheonix drafting DeAndre Ayton secured Len's fate, who was playing on a qualifying offer. Payton only shot 43.5 percent from the field and 20 percent from deep during his time with the Suns. Expect both of these guys to find landing spots with other teams before the 2018-19 season tips off.
Source: NBC Sports
Jun 24 - 12:38 PM

Milos Teodosic will exercise his player option and remain with the Clippers for the 2018-19 season.

He'll earn $6.3 million for the upcoming season, though the Clippers do hold the right to cut him and pay him only $2.1 million. Regardless, this is a good move for Teodosic as he only played in 45 games last season due to injury. He logged 25 minutes a game when he was healthy and started 80 percent of the games he played in. If he can remain on the court, he could definitely log solid minutes for the Clips.
Jun 24 - 9:20 AM
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