NBA Offseason 2019: June 26 roundup

The NBA offseason is in full swing, with talk of trades and other player movement starting to bubble up. In addition, free agency will open at 6 p.m. ET on June 30. Keep up on all the latest news, talks and more as the offseason takes flight:

* Report: Pelicans won’t extend qualifying offer to Stanley Johnson
* Kanter reported to receive interest from Blazers, Celtics, Lakers
* If they can’t get Kawhi, Clippers reportedly interested in Harris
Report: Rockets offering up Gordon, Capela, Tucker
* Knicks reportedly expect to meet with Leonard, Durant
* Qualifying offers roundup: Wright, Jones, Oubre Jr.
* Cuban offers caution about talk of free-agent meetings
* Bulls reportedly get Asik’s deal off books
* Reports: Durant declines option for next season
* Some names to watch in New York
* Report: Mavs interested in Beverley, Mirotic
* Challenge for Hornets in keeping Kemba

* June 25 roundup

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East Player Movement | West Player Movement | Free Agent

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Pistons complete Draft night trade with Mavericks

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – The Detroit Pistons announced today the completion of a draft night trade that sent the draft rights to Isaiah Roby and two future second-round picks to the Dallas Mavericks in exchange for the draft rights to Deividas Sirvydis.

 Detroit traded the rights to Isaiah Roby to Dallas, taken 45th overall in the 2019 NBA Draft, along with two future second-round picks that were picked up in an earlier draft night deal with Cleveland in exchange for Deividas Sirvydis, selected 37th overall by Dallas. The Pistons parted ways with Utah’s 2020 second-round pick and Portland’s 2021 second-round selection to complete the deal.

Sirvydis, 6-8, 190, played two-plus seasons with Vilnius Pearl in Lithuania’s second division, the NKL, as well as most of the last two seasons with Rytas in the country’s top league, the LKL. Sirvydis averaged 27.3 points, 4.0 rebounds, 2.0 assists and 1.7 steals in three games with

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2019 NBA Offseason Trade Tracker

This page lists only trades that have been made official. All pending and reported trades can be found here.

Official 2019 NBA Offseason Trades

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Cavs acquire Porter Jr. from Pistons

Cleveland Cavaliers get:
> Kevin Porter Jr.

Detroit Pistons get:
> 2020 second-round pick (via Utah)
> 2021 second-round pick (via Portland)
> 2023 second-round pick (via Portland)
> Protected 2024 second-round pick (via Miami)
> Cash considerations

Cavaliers release | Pistons release

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Hawks get Turner, Blazers net Bazemore

Atlanta Hawks get:
> Evan Turner

Portland Trail Blazers get:
> Kent Bazemore

Blazers release | Hawks release

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Clippers, Nets swap picks

LA Clippers get:
> 27th overall pick (Mfiondu Kabengele)

Brooklyn Nets get:
> 56th overall pick (Jaylen Hands)
> 2020 first-round pick

Clippers release | Nets release

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Pelicans complete trade with Warriors

Golden State Warriors get:
> 39th overall pick (Alen Smailagic)

New Orleans Pelicans get:
> 2021 second-round pick
> 2023 second-round pick
> Cash considerations

Pelicans release | Warriors release

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Pistons trade Kevin Porter Jr. to Cavaliers for four second-round picks

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – The Detroit Pistons announced today the completion of a draft night trade that sent the draft rights to Kevin Porter Jr., selected 30th overall, to the Cleveland Cavaliers in exchange for four future second-round picks and cash considerations.

In the deal, the Pistons received Utah’s 2020 second-round pick, Portland’s 2021 and 2023 second-round picks, as well as Miami’s 2024 second-round selection.

Detroit had previously acquired the No. 30 overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft after a deal with the Milwaukee Bucks on June 20.

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Soon-to-be Hawks guard Crabbe cited for DUI

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NBA guard Allen Crabbe was arrested early Wednesday in Los Angeles and cited for misdemeanor DUI.

According to Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department online records, Crabbe was arrested at 12:15 a.m. PT in West Hollywood and booked at 1 a.m. PT with a bond set at $5,000.

TMZ reported that Crabbe was pulled over after he was seen “straddling lanes” and blew a .08 on a Breathalyzer test.

ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported earlier this month that the Brooklyn Nets agreed to trade Crabbe to the Atlanta Hawks. The deal can’t be finalized until July 6.

The Hawks declined comment to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution when contacted about Crabbe’s arrest because he isn’t yet a member of the team.

Crabbe, 27, is scheduled to make $18.5 million in the 2019-20 season, which is the final year of his contract.

2019 NBA Player Movement: Eastern Conference

East Player Movement |  West Player Movement | Offseason TradesFree Agent Tracker

All of the transactions listed on this page have been officially announced by the NBA.

UFA = Unrestricted free agent; RFA = Restricted free agent; ** = Two-Way Contract

Added:
G/F: Evan Turner (trade with Hawks)

Draft:
C: Jaxson Hayes (No. 8 pick)
F: Cam Reddish (No. 10 pick)
G: Marcos Louzada Silva (No. 35 pick)

Lost:
G: Kent Bazemore (trade with Hawks)
F: Deyonta Davis (waived)

Free Agents:
G/F: Justin Anderson (restricted)
F/G: Vince Carter (unrestricted)
F: Alex Poythress (restricted)
C: Dewayne Dedmon (unrestricted)
C: Isaac Humphries (restricted)

Under Contract:
G: Jaylen Adams
G: Kevin Huerter
G: Trae Young
F: DeAndre’ Bembry
F: Taurean Prince
F: Omari Spellman
F/C: John Collins
C: Alex Len
C: Miles Plumlee

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Added:

Draft:
F: Romeo Langford (No. 14 pick)
F: Grant Willaims (No. 22 pick)
G: Ty Jerome (No. 24 pick, via trade with 76ers)
G: Carsen Edwards (No. 33 pick, via trade with 76ers)
G: Tremont Waters

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Raptors' Gasol accepts one-year player option

TORONTO (AP)  — Toronto Raptors center Marc Gasol accepted a one-year player option Wednesday for next season.

The value is approximately $25.6 million, marking the final year of a five-year contract Gasol signed with the Memphis Grizzlies in 2015. Had the 34-year-old Spaniard not accepted prior to the Thursday, he would have become a free agent on Sunday.

Raptors star Kawhi Leonard also has a one-year player option on his deal with a deadline for a decision Saturday, but he is expected to turn it down and become a free agent Sunday after leading Toronto to its first NBA title. Guard Danny Green is the other Raptors regular slated to become a free agent.

The Raptors acquired Gasol from the Grizzlies in February.

Gasol averaged 13.6 points and 7.9 rebounds in 79 regular-season games with the Raptors and Memphis this season. He averaged 9.4 points and 6.4 rebounds in 24

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Phoenix Suns announce complete coaching staff

PHOENIX – The Phoenix Suns today announced Head Coach Monty Williams’ coaching staff, naming Willie Green, Darko Rajakovic, Mark Bryant, Randy Ayers, Larry Greer and Steve Blake as assistant coaches, and Riccardo Fois and Ben Strong as player development coaches. The announcement was made this morning by Williams on the Suns podcast, The Outlet, which can be viewed here.

“It’s a privilege for me to announce our coaching staff,” said Williams. “In assembling a staff, the goal was simple: identify high-character individuals with high-level experience who will work relentlessly to develop a culture of championship habits here in Phoenix. The members of this staff have combined to win multiple NBA titles, conference titles and NCAA titles, bring significant coaching and playing experience at the NBA level, and recognize the attention to details that create the foundation for successful teams. It’s a tremendous collection of bright basketball minds who are also

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Sources: Rockets shop Capela, Gordon for space

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The Houston Rockets are canvassing NBA teams with significant salary-cap space to individually offer center Clint Capela, guard Eric Gordon and forward P.J. Tucker as a prelude to their pursuit of a sign-and-trade deal for Philadelphia 76ers All-Star Jimmy Butler, league sources told ESPN.

The Rockets want to secure the best available first-round pick acquired for any one of three players as part of a larger deal with Philadelphia for Butler, league sources said. Redirecting salaries elsewhere for Butler could deliver the 76ers a large trade exception that it could use in acquiring a player over the course of the next year.

If Butler and the 76ers were open to the trade scenario — and there has yet to be a formal indication the team or Butler are interested — the Rockets would need to include two or three of those players in a deal to

Isaiah Thomas 'excited to show what I can do again'

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As free-agent guard Isaiah Thomas probes the marketplace, this summer affords him something that the past two did not: an unobstructed work regimen to restore strength and explosion to his lower body, and the chance to be back in the gymnasium every day, sharpening his game.

Thomas is hopeful his season with the Denver Nuggets and a full summer of work will become a pathway back into an NBA rotation, a full-time resumption of a career sidetracked by hip surgery.

“Nobody knew what to expect with me coming off hip surgery last year, and two summers of rehab,” Thomas told ESPN. “Now I can go back to being a gym rat this summer, work on my game again and build my body back up — my muscle mass, my leg strength — all like I had going into the 2017 season.”

The Nuggets were patient with