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YESTERDAY'S PERFECT LINEUP

Tue 5/8/18
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PG C. Paul HOU $9,000 SALARY 7.5x VALUE 67.4 FP
SG A. Burks UTAH $4,000 SALARY 8.5x VALUE 34.1 FP
SG J. Holiday NO $8,800 SALARY 6.2x VALUE 54.5 FP
C N. Hilario HOU $2,500 SALARY 4.6x VALUE 11.4 FP
SF P. Tucker HOU $4,400 SALARY 8.5x VALUE 37.2 FP
PF D. Green GS $9,000 SALARY 6.7x VALUE 60.3 FP
PF A. Davis NO $12,800 SALARY 5.5x VALUE 70.3 FP
PG I. Clark NO $3,500 SALARY 6.1x VALUE 21.3 FP
SF R. O'Neale UTAH $4,400 SALARY 5.5x VALUE 24.1 FP
      $58,400 TOTAL
SALARY
  380.6 TOTAL
FP
PG C. Paul HOU $7,600 SALARY 9.5x VALUE 72.3 FP
PG/SG A. Burks UTAH $4,100 SALARY 8.7x VALUE 35.8 FP
PG/SG J. Holiday NO $7,400 SALARY 8.3x VALUE 61.5 FP
SF/PF P. Tucker HOU $3,900 SALARY 9.6x VALUE 37.5 FP
PF/C D. Green GS $8,100 SALARY 7.4x VALUE 60.0 FP
PF/C A. Davis NO $10,900 SALARY 6.4x VALUE 69.8 FP
PG/SG I. Clark NO $3,500 SALARY 5.7x VALUE 20.0 FP
SF R. O'Neale UTAH $3,700 SALARY 6.6x VALUE 24.3 FP
      $49,200 TOTAL
SALARY
  381.0 TOTAL
FP
PG C. Paul HOU $33 SALARY 2.0x VALUE 67.4 FP
SG A. Burks UTAH $10 SALARY 3.4x VALUE 34.1 FP
SG J. Holiday NO $39 SALARY 1.4x VALUE 54.5 FP
PF P. Tucker HOU $10 SALARY 3.7x VALUE 37.2 FP
PF D. Green GS $34 SALARY 1.8x VALUE 60.3 FP
C R. Gobert UTAH $30 SALARY 1.4x VALUE 40.8 FP
SG D. Mitchell UTAH $33 SALARY 1.3x VALUE 42.3 FP
SF R. O'Neale UTAH $10 SALARY 2.4x VALUE 24.1 FP
      $199 TOTAL
SALARY
  360.7 TOTAL
FP

Player News

Woj: Shabazz Napier heading to Brooklyn on a two-year deal

The Brooklyn Nets have agreed to a two-year deal with former Portland Blazers guard Shabazz Napier, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

What It Means:

Napier is coming off a breakout season in Portland but heads to a crowded backcourt in Brooklyn. He can play either guard spot, leaving the Nets plenty of flexibility. Napier will vie with Caris LeVert for minutes behind Allen Crabbe at the two and Spencer Dinwiddie and D'Angelo Russell at the point.

Napier averaged 8.7 points, 2.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists, and 1.1 steals in 20.7 minutes per game for Portland last season.

Channing Frye agrees to one-year deal with Cleveland

Free agent forward/center Channing Frye has agreed to a one-year, $2.4 million deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers, per Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports.

What It Means:

Frye is returning to Cleveland, where he spent 2 1/2 years before being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers at the trade deadline. He brings a veteran presence and some outside shooting as Cleveland regroups from Lebron James' departure.

Frye averaged 5.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in 131 minutes per game on 49.1% shooting from the field last season.

Woj: Jabari Parker, Bulls agree to two-year deal

According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Chicago Bulls and free agent forward Jabari Parker have agreed to a two-year deal worth $40 million.

What It Means:

Parker was originally a restricted free agent, but the Milwaukee Bucks pulled their qualifying offer not long before Parker signed the Bulls' deal. The second year of the deal is a team option, which limits the risk for the Bulls, who will be looking to get the most out of Parker after injuries have limited his production to start his career. At 23, he joins a young, talented group of players in his hometown of Chicago.

Over 31 games in 2017-18, Parker averaged 12.6 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 24.0 minutes a game.

Lakers' Lonzo Ball to have arthroscopic knee surgery on Tuesday

Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball is scheduled to undergo arthroscopic surgery to his left knee on Tuesday.

What It Means:

Ball was plagued by a couple of ailments to his left knee this past season, most notably an MCL sprain and a torn meniscus. The surgery does not require a long recovery time and it is expected Ball will be ready to roll once training camp starts in September.

Ball averaged 10.2 points, 6.9 rebounds, 7.2 assists, and 1.7 steals per game in his rookie season.

Bulls closing in on a deal with Bucks' free agent Jabari Parker

Milwaukee Bucks restricted free agent forward Jabari Parker and the Chicago Bulls are progressing on a deal, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com.

What It Means:

No word on the amount of the deal being discussed, or if the Bucks will match, but the move is a curious one for Chicago. Parker has played his best ball at the power forward spot, which is currently anchored by second-year pro and potential franchise star Lauri Markkanen. Word is the Bulls plan to play Parker at small forward if a deal is completed. The oft-injured Parker is a native of Chicago.

Parker has played an average of just 45.8 games per year in his four NBA seasons, due to a pair of ACL injuries.

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Woj: Shabazz Napier heading to Brooklyn on a two-year deal

The Brooklyn Nets have agreed to a two-year deal with former Portland Blazers guard Shabazz Napier, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

What It Means:

Napier is coming off a breakout season in Portland but heads to a crowded backcourt in Brooklyn. He can play either guard spot, leaving the Nets plenty of flexibility. Napier will vie with Caris LeVert for minutes behind Allen Crabbe at the two and Spencer Dinwiddie and D'Angelo Russell at the point.

Napier averaged 8.7 points, 2.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists, and 1.1 steals in 20.7 minutes per game for Portland last season.

Channing Frye agrees to one-year deal with Cleveland

Free agent forward/center Channing Frye has agreed to a one-year, $2.4 million deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers, per Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports.

What It Means:

Frye is returning to Cleveland, where he spent 2 1/2 years before being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers at the trade deadline. He brings a veteran presence and some outside shooting as Cleveland regroups from Lebron James' departure.

Frye averaged 5.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in 131 minutes per game on 49.1% shooting from the field last season.

Woj: Jabari Parker, Bulls agree to two-year deal

According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Chicago Bulls and free agent forward Jabari Parker have agreed to a two-year deal worth $40 million.

What It Means:

Parker was originally a restricted free agent, but the Milwaukee Bucks pulled their qualifying offer not long before Parker signed the Bulls' deal. The second year of the deal is a team option, which limits the risk for the Bulls, who will be looking to get the most out of Parker after injuries have limited his production to start his career. At 23, he joins a young, talented group of players in his hometown of Chicago.

Over 31 games in 2017-18, Parker averaged 12.6 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 24.0 minutes a game.

Lakers' Lonzo Ball to have arthroscopic knee surgery on Tuesday

Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball is scheduled to undergo arthroscopic surgery to his left knee on Tuesday.

What It Means:

Ball was plagued by a couple of ailments to his left knee this past season, most notably an MCL sprain and a torn meniscus. The surgery does not require a long recovery time and it is expected Ball will be ready to roll once training camp starts in September.

Ball averaged 10.2 points, 6.9 rebounds, 7.2 assists, and 1.7 steals per game in his rookie season.

Bulls closing in on a deal with Bucks' free agent Jabari Parker

Milwaukee Bucks restricted free agent forward Jabari Parker and the Chicago Bulls are progressing on a deal, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com.

What It Means:

No word on the amount of the deal being discussed, or if the Bucks will match, but the move is a curious one for Chicago. Parker has played his best ball at the power forward spot, which is currently anchored by second-year pro and potential franchise star Lauri Markkanen. Word is the Bulls plan to play Parker at small forward if a deal is completed. The oft-injured Parker is a native of Chicago.

Parker has played an average of just 45.8 games per year in his four NBA seasons, due to a pair of ACL injuries.

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Woj: Shabazz Napier heading to Brooklyn on a two-year deal

The Brooklyn Nets have agreed to a two-year deal with former Portland Blazers guard Shabazz Napier, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

What It Means:

Napier is coming off a breakout season in Portland but heads to a crowded backcourt in Brooklyn. He can play either guard spot, leaving the Nets plenty of flexibility. Napier will vie with Caris LeVert for minutes behind Allen Crabbe at the two and Spencer Dinwiddie and D'Angelo Russell at the point.

Napier averaged 8.7 points, 2.3 rebounds, 2.0 assists, and 1.1 steals in 20.7 minutes per game for Portland last season.

Channing Frye agrees to one-year deal with Cleveland

Free agent forward/center Channing Frye has agreed to a one-year, $2.4 million deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers, per Shams Charania of Yahoo! Sports.

What It Means:

Frye is returning to Cleveland, where he spent 2 1/2 years before being traded to the Los Angeles Lakers at the trade deadline. He brings a veteran presence and some outside shooting as Cleveland regroups from Lebron James' departure.

Frye averaged 5.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in 131 minutes per game on 49.1% shooting from the field last season.

Woj: Jabari Parker, Bulls agree to two-year deal

According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Chicago Bulls and free agent forward Jabari Parker have agreed to a two-year deal worth $40 million.

What It Means:

Parker was originally a restricted free agent, but the Milwaukee Bucks pulled their qualifying offer not long before Parker signed the Bulls' deal. The second year of the deal is a team option, which limits the risk for the Bulls, who will be looking to get the most out of Parker after injuries have limited his production to start his career. At 23, he joins a young, talented group of players in his hometown of Chicago.

Over 31 games in 2017-18, Parker averaged 12.6 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 24.0 minutes a game.

Lakers' Lonzo Ball to have arthroscopic knee surgery on Tuesday

Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball is scheduled to undergo arthroscopic surgery to his left knee on Tuesday.

What It Means:

Ball was plagued by a couple of ailments to his left knee this past season, most notably an MCL sprain and a torn meniscus. The surgery does not require a long recovery time and it is expected Ball will be ready to roll once training camp starts in September.

Ball averaged 10.2 points, 6.9 rebounds, 7.2 assists, and 1.7 steals per game in his rookie season.

Bulls closing in on a deal with Bucks' free agent Jabari Parker

Milwaukee Bucks restricted free agent forward Jabari Parker and the Chicago Bulls are progressing on a deal, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.com.

What It Means:

No word on the amount of the deal being discussed, or if the Bucks will match, but the move is a curious one for Chicago. Parker has played his best ball at the power forward spot, which is currently anchored by second-year pro and potential franchise star Lauri Markkanen. Word is the Bulls plan to play Parker at small forward if a deal is completed. The oft-injured Parker is a native of Chicago.

Parker has played an average of just 45.8 games per year in his four NBA seasons, due to a pair of ACL injuries.

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