NBA trade news − 10 blockbuster trade news summary

Nikola Jokic signed the largest contract in NBA history, and John Wall officially joined the Los Angeles Clippers to form the Big Three with Paul George and Kawhi Leonard.

NBA trade news − 10 blockbuster trade news summary

NBA trade news − 10 blockbuster trade news summary

The NBA free market opened yesterday. Whether it’s looking for reinforcements or retaining the main players in the team, each team has quickly launched reinforcement actions. Below we will roughly summarize 10 pieces of news that are highly discussed. Interested fans may wish to pay more attention. In addition, Also be sure to keep abreast of other follow-up reports of transaction information that HYPEBEAST will bring.

Nikola Jokic re-signs Denver Nuggets

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Nikola Jokic

The two sides signed a five-year, $264 million maximum salary contract, which is also the highest price in league history.

Devin Booker renews with Phoenix Suns

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Devin Booker

The two sides signed a four-year, $214 million maximum salary contract, and there is news that Devin Booker will be the new cover character of NBA 2K23.

PJ Tucker joins Philadelphia 76ers

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PJ Tucker

The two sides signed a three-year, $33.2 million contract, and the 76ers are likely to be the final stop of the 37-year-old PJ Tucker’s career.

Gary Payton II Portland Trail Blazers

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Gary Payton II

Due to the salary cap, the Golden State Warriors could not keep Gary Payton II, and the Portland Trail Blazers finally signed him for three years, $28 million.

Zion Williamson re-signs with New Orleans Pelicans

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Zion Williamson

Despite missing last season due to injury, the New Orleans Pelicans signed Zion Williamson to a five-year, $231 million max contract and will see him return next season after losing weight.

Zach LaVine re-signs with Chicago Bulls

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Zach LaVine

There has been news earlier that Zach LaVine intends to switch to the Los Angeles Lakers, but this time it is also confirmed that he will stay with the Chicago Bulls for five years, $215.2 million.

Rudy Gobert is the Minnesota Timberwolves

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Rudy Gobert

Utah Jazz trades Rudy Gobert for Malik Beasley, Patrick Beverley, Jarred Vanderbilt, Leandro Bolmaro, Walker Kessler and four first-round picks, and will rebuild around Donovan Mitchell in the future.

John Wall member Los Angeles Clippers

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John Wall

Rumors were finally confirmed by John Wall’s agency, who officially joined the Los Angeles Clippers for a two-year, $13.2 million deal after a buyout.

Bradley Beal re-signs with Washington Wizards

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Bradley Beal

The two sides signed a five-year, $251 million maximum salary contract, which was originally the highest price in NBA history, but this record was quickly broken by Nikola Jokic’s $264 million.

Ja Morant renews contract with Memphis Grizzlies

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I Morant

After the rookie contract is about to end, Ja Morant and the Memphis Grizzlies have reached an early extension agreement, signing a five-year, $193 million maximum salary contract.

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