Summer League Winners, Losers

Summer League Winners, Losers
Dr. A is back with a look at some of the players who made an impact in Summer League. Guess who leads the way? Big Baller, indeed.
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Wesley Iwundu signed a 3-year deal with the Magic worth $4.1 million.

The third year of the deal includes a team option. The 6'7" wing was the 33rd pick in the draft and is in a good spot with the Magic rebuilding, but he had a rough go at the Summer League with just 5.6 points per game on 30.3 percent shooting. He's not a fantasy target in most leagues.
Jul 24 - 9:58 PM

Derrick Rose has agreed to join the Cavaliers according to Shams Charania of The Vertical.

He completed his physical exam on Monday and is expected to sign a one-year, $2.1 million minimum deal. This will give him a chance to compete for a title next to LeBron James and build his market value back up for the Summer of 2018. Assuming the Cavaliers meet Kyrie Irving's trade request, Rose will have a shot to start at PG on opening night unless they bring in a rumored target such as Eric Bledsoe. Despite averaging 18.0 points and 4.4 assists last season, his fantasy appeal is low due to a lack of 3-pointers and steals.
Jul 24 - 7:04 PM

The Heat have signed G Derrick Walton Jr. to a two-way contract.

Walton will be another body at training camp, but he'll more than likely be playing in the G-League next season.
Source: NBA
Jul 24 - 6:17 PM

Cleveland management reportedly views a Kyrie Irving trade as "almost inevitable," as they're not confident in their ability to salvage the relationship.

The Cavs are reportedly looking for a "king's ransom" in return for Irving and they're placing a high premium on bringing in a "blue-chip young player," according to sources of Zach Lowe of ESPN. Phoenix has surfaced as one of the more intriguing potential landing spots for Irving, but that deal would likely hinge on the Suns' willingness to part ways with Josh Jackson, whom they're reportedly enamored with. Boston has also reached out to Cleveland, but Lowe notes that it's unlikely we'll see the top-2 teams out East strike a deal this summer.
Source: ESPN
Jul 24 - 5:42 PM

The Heat have signed G Matt Williams.

Williams appeared in eight summer league games for Miami, contributing averages of 9.9 points and 2.6 rebounds on shooting 38 percent shooting. The undrafted guard out of UCF will attempt to earn himself a regular-season roster spot over the course of training camp, but that'll be a tall order with the amount of depth Miami already has at the guard spots.
Jul 24 - 5:18 PM

Ryan Arcidiacono has reportedly signed a two-way contract with the Bulls.

Arcidiacono suited up for the Bulls' summer league squad in Las Vegas, compiling averages of 5.8 points, 3.2 boards and 2.8 assists per contest on 41.7 percent shooting, and now he'll try and prove his worth during training camp. However, with three point guards already on the roster on guaranteed deals, Arcidiacono will more than likely be G-League bound once the season begins.
Jul 24 - 5:11 PM
Darius Miller - G/F -

Darius Miller has signed a two-year deal with the Pelicans.

The second year is a team option. Miller has been out of the league for a couple years, but the 27-year-old wing has had a lot of success overseas. He's a longshot to crack the rotation and can be ignored by fantasy owners for now.
Jul 24 - 1:57 PM

Carmelo Anthony and the Thunder "are officially circling each other" according to Bill Simmons of The Ringer.

Thunder assistant GM Troy Weaver was an assistant coach at Syracuse when he recruited Melo back in the day, but it's hard to imagine OKC putting together a package that would entice the Knicks. The Thunder would have to unload either Steven Adams or Enes Kanter to make a deal work, but a third team would probably have to be involved because New York would want picks or younger prospects on rookie-scale contracts. This is firmly in the rumor stage and the Rockets and Cavaliers are still considered the favorites to pull off a trade for Melo.
Jul 24 - 1:07 PM
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