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YESTERDAY'S PERFECT LINEUP

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PG C. Joseph TOR $4,400 SALARY 10.3x VALUE 45.2 FP
SG J. Harden HOU $12,500 SALARY 4.2x VALUE 52.0 FP
PF S. Ibaka TOR $6,000 SALARY 4.5x VALUE 26.9 FP
PF M. Morris WSH $5,900 SALARY 6.4x VALUE 37.5 FP
C P. Gasol SA $5,000 SALARY 5.8x VALUE 28.9 FP
PG K. Irving CLE $8,500 SALARY 6.5x VALUE 55.5 FP
SF P. Tucker TOR $3,300 SALARY 11.2x VALUE 36.9 FP
SG B. Beal WSH $7,900 SALARY 4.4x VALUE 34.8 FP
SF O. Porter WSH $5,100 SALARY 7.0x VALUE 35.6 FP
      $58,600 TOTAL
SALARY
  353.3 TOTAL
FP
PG/SG C. Joseph TOR $4,000 SALARY 12.1x VALUE 48.5 FP
PG/SG J. Harden HOU $10,900 SALARY 5.3x VALUE 57.8 FP
PF M. Morris WSH $5,600 SALARY 7.6x VALUE 42.5 FP
PG K. Irving CLE $8,300 SALARY 6.9x VALUE 57.3 FP
SG/SF K. Korver CLE $2,900 SALARY 10.3x VALUE 29.8 FP
PG J. Wall WSH $10,400 SALARY 5.8x VALUE 59.8 FP
SF P. Tucker TOR $3,600 SALARY 11.5x VALUE 41.5 FP
PF/C K. Olynyk BOS $4,000 SALARY 5.4x VALUE 21.5 FP
      $49,700 TOTAL
SALARY
  358.5 TOTAL
FP
PG C. Joseph TOR $15 SALARY 3.1x VALUE 45.7 FP
PF M. Morris WSH $21 SALARY 1.8x VALUE 38.5 FP
C P. Gasol SA $15 SALARY 1.9x VALUE 28.9 FP
SG E. Gordon HOU $16 SALARY 1.9x VALUE 30.1 FP
PG K. Irving CLE $40 SALARY 1.4x VALUE 56.5 FP
PG J. Wall WSH $51 SALARY 1.1x VALUE 54.6 FP
SF P. Tucker TOR $11 SALARY 3.5x VALUE 38.9 FP
SF O. Porter WSH $23 SALARY 1.6x VALUE 36.1 FP
      $192 TOTAL
SALARY
  329.3 TOTAL
FP

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Rockets' Montrezl Harrell included in Chris Paul deal

Houston Rockets forward/center Montrezl Harrell is being sent to the Los Angeles Clippers as part of the trade package sending Chris Paul to Houston, per the LA Times' Brad Turner.

What It Means:

Originally, the deal was said to involve Houston's Lou Williams, Sam Dekker, Pat Beverley and a 2018 first-rounder, but it looks like the Clippers are getting even more in return for CP3. Harrell should be a nice compliment to DeAndre Jordan and possibly Blake Griffin down low.

In somewhat limited action, Harrell averaged 9.1 points per game with a nERD of 4.2 on the year. He ranked fourth on the Rockets, having out-performed Ryan Anderson and Nene Hilario, among others.

Clippers looking to re-sign Blake Griffin

The Los Angeles Clippers believe that moving Chris Paul has cleared the way for them to re-sign unrestricted free agent Blake Griffin, according to the LA Times' Brad Turner.

What It Means:

Many think that Chris Paul's departure will push Griffin out the door as well. Among many others, the Oklahoma City Thunder are rumored to have big interest in the veteran power forward. But the Clippers will now have more cap space with which to offer Griffin a max deal to stay and remain the team's franchise player.

Griffin's 7.3 nERD ranked third behind only Paul (12.8) and DeAndre Jordan (13.2) this season. He averaged 21.6 points, 8.1 rebounds and 4.9 assists across 34.0 minutes a game.

J.J. Redick won't re-sign with Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers guard and unrestricted free agent J.J. Redick will not be re-signing with the Clippers this offseason, per ESPN's Brian Windhorst.

What It Means:

In an appearance on ESPN, Windhorst said that, after the Chris Paul trade, Redick will not be back with Los Angeles in 2017-18. He will be a target of the Philadelphia 76ers and Brooklyn Nets, among others, in free agency this summer.

In 4 seasons in L.A., Redick has averaged 15.8 points and 2.5 threes per game on a true shooting percentage of 61.5%.

Rockets still looking to add another All-Star

The Houston Rockets are still looking to add another All-Star piece to join James Harden and Chris Paul, per ESPN's Jeff Goodman.

What It Means:

Goodman didn't report any names, but with Paul George on the trade block and linked to the Rockets earlier in the off-season, he appears to be a likely target. Paul Millsap is also expected to opt-out and become an unrestricted free agent, and is another name to watch as Houston continues to shop aggressively.

The Rockets ranked fifth in the NBA and fourth in the Western conference in numberFire's nERD power rankings last season. Chris Paul also ranked 13th in the league with a 12.8 nERD, and adding either Millsap or George would bring them up to six players that ranked top-65 among 486 players.

Clippers trade Chris Paul to Rockets in shocker

The Los Angeles Clippers have agreed to trade point guard Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets.

What It Means:

The NBA offseason madness continues. In exchange for Paul, Houston will send Patrick Beverley, Sam Dekker, Lou Williams, and a 2018 first-round pick to the Clippers. CP3 apparently told the Clippers he was going to sign with the Rockets, so they wisely decided to get what they could for him, as opposed to losing the All-Star point guard for nothing. Paul's production should remain largely intact, while James Harden could see his assist numbers fall in exchange for more scoring.

Paul finished the 2016-17 season with 18.1 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 9.2 assists per game while posting a 12.8 nERD rating - the 13th best mark among the 486 NBA players last season.

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Rockets' Montrezl Harrell included in Chris Paul deal

Houston Rockets forward/center Montrezl Harrell is being sent to the Los Angeles Clippers as part of the trade package sending Chris Paul to Houston, per the LA Times' Brad Turner.

What It Means:

Originally, the deal was said to involve Houston's Lou Williams, Sam Dekker, Pat Beverley and a 2018 first-rounder, but it looks like the Clippers are getting even more in return for CP3. Harrell should be a nice compliment to DeAndre Jordan and possibly Blake Griffin down low.

In somewhat limited action, Harrell averaged 9.1 points per game with a nERD of 4.2 on the year. He ranked fourth on the Rockets, having out-performed Ryan Anderson and Nene Hilario, among others.

Clippers looking to re-sign Blake Griffin

The Los Angeles Clippers believe that moving Chris Paul has cleared the way for them to re-sign unrestricted free agent Blake Griffin, according to the LA Times' Brad Turner.

What It Means:

Many think that Chris Paul's departure will push Griffin out the door as well. Among many others, the Oklahoma City Thunder are rumored to have big interest in the veteran power forward. But the Clippers will now have more cap space with which to offer Griffin a max deal to stay and remain the team's franchise player.

Griffin's 7.3 nERD ranked third behind only Paul (12.8) and DeAndre Jordan (13.2) this season. He averaged 21.6 points, 8.1 rebounds and 4.9 assists across 34.0 minutes a game.

J.J. Redick won't re-sign with Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers guard and unrestricted free agent J.J. Redick will not be re-signing with the Clippers this offseason, per ESPN's Brian Windhorst.

What It Means:

In an appearance on ESPN, Windhorst said that, after the Chris Paul trade, Redick will not be back with Los Angeles in 2017-18. He will be a target of the Philadelphia 76ers and Brooklyn Nets, among others, in free agency this summer.

In 4 seasons in L.A., Redick has averaged 15.8 points and 2.5 threes per game on a true shooting percentage of 61.5%.

Rockets still looking to add another All-Star

The Houston Rockets are still looking to add another All-Star piece to join James Harden and Chris Paul, per ESPN's Jeff Goodman.

What It Means:

Goodman didn't report any names, but with Paul George on the trade block and linked to the Rockets earlier in the off-season, he appears to be a likely target. Paul Millsap is also expected to opt-out and become an unrestricted free agent, and is another name to watch as Houston continues to shop aggressively.

The Rockets ranked fifth in the NBA and fourth in the Western conference in numberFire's nERD power rankings last season. Chris Paul also ranked 13th in the league with a 12.8 nERD, and adding either Millsap or George would bring them up to six players that ranked top-65 among 486 players.

Clippers trade Chris Paul to Rockets in shocker

The Los Angeles Clippers have agreed to trade point guard Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets.

What It Means:

The NBA offseason madness continues. In exchange for Paul, Houston will send Patrick Beverley, Sam Dekker, Lou Williams, and a 2018 first-round pick to the Clippers. CP3 apparently told the Clippers he was going to sign with the Rockets, so they wisely decided to get what they could for him, as opposed to losing the All-Star point guard for nothing. Paul's production should remain largely intact, while James Harden could see his assist numbers fall in exchange for more scoring.

Paul finished the 2016-17 season with 18.1 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 9.2 assists per game while posting a 12.8 nERD rating - the 13th best mark among the 486 NBA players last season.

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Rockets' Montrezl Harrell included in Chris Paul deal

Houston Rockets forward/center Montrezl Harrell is being sent to the Los Angeles Clippers as part of the trade package sending Chris Paul to Houston, per the LA Times' Brad Turner.

What It Means:

Originally, the deal was said to involve Houston's Lou Williams, Sam Dekker, Pat Beverley and a 2018 first-rounder, but it looks like the Clippers are getting even more in return for CP3. Harrell should be a nice compliment to DeAndre Jordan and possibly Blake Griffin down low.

In somewhat limited action, Harrell averaged 9.1 points per game with a nERD of 4.2 on the year. He ranked fourth on the Rockets, having out-performed Ryan Anderson and Nene Hilario, among others.

Clippers looking to re-sign Blake Griffin

The Los Angeles Clippers believe that moving Chris Paul has cleared the way for them to re-sign unrestricted free agent Blake Griffin, according to the LA Times' Brad Turner.

What It Means:

Many think that Chris Paul's departure will push Griffin out the door as well. Among many others, the Oklahoma City Thunder are rumored to have big interest in the veteran power forward. But the Clippers will now have more cap space with which to offer Griffin a max deal to stay and remain the team's franchise player.

Griffin's 7.3 nERD ranked third behind only Paul (12.8) and DeAndre Jordan (13.2) this season. He averaged 21.6 points, 8.1 rebounds and 4.9 assists across 34.0 minutes a game.

J.J. Redick won't re-sign with Clippers

Los Angeles Clippers guard and unrestricted free agent J.J. Redick will not be re-signing with the Clippers this offseason, per ESPN's Brian Windhorst.

What It Means:

In an appearance on ESPN, Windhorst said that, after the Chris Paul trade, Redick will not be back with Los Angeles in 2017-18. He will be a target of the Philadelphia 76ers and Brooklyn Nets, among others, in free agency this summer.

In 4 seasons in L.A., Redick has averaged 15.8 points and 2.5 threes per game on a true shooting percentage of 61.5%.

Rockets still looking to add another All-Star

The Houston Rockets are still looking to add another All-Star piece to join James Harden and Chris Paul, per ESPN's Jeff Goodman.

What It Means:

Goodman didn't report any names, but with Paul George on the trade block and linked to the Rockets earlier in the off-season, he appears to be a likely target. Paul Millsap is also expected to opt-out and become an unrestricted free agent, and is another name to watch as Houston continues to shop aggressively.

The Rockets ranked fifth in the NBA and fourth in the Western conference in numberFire's nERD power rankings last season. Chris Paul also ranked 13th in the league with a 12.8 nERD, and adding either Millsap or George would bring them up to six players that ranked top-65 among 486 players.

Clippers trade Chris Paul to Rockets in shocker

The Los Angeles Clippers have agreed to trade point guard Chris Paul to the Houston Rockets.

What It Means:

The NBA offseason madness continues. In exchange for Paul, Houston will send Patrick Beverley, Sam Dekker, Lou Williams, and a 2018 first-round pick to the Clippers. CP3 apparently told the Clippers he was going to sign with the Rockets, so they wisely decided to get what they could for him, as opposed to losing the All-Star point guard for nothing. Paul's production should remain largely intact, while James Harden could see his assist numbers fall in exchange for more scoring.

Paul finished the 2016-17 season with 18.1 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 9.2 assists per game while posting a 12.8 nERD rating - the 13th best mark among the 486 NBA players last season.

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