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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #100 on: June 19, 2015, 08:24:26 pm »

Update of the Top 10:

1. Shaq           $292.2M
2. Joe Johnson $198.7M
3. Houston      $117.6M
4. McDyess     $116.6M
5. A. Walker    $108.1M
6. Ger Wallace $102.8M
7. E. Dampier   $98M
8. Sprewell       $97M
9. Tay. Prince    $87.2M
10. Mike Miller  $81.6M
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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #102 on: July 01, 2015, 02:51:06 pm »

 Matt Jones ‏@KySportsRadio 44m44 minutes ago

Brandon Knight agrees to 5 year, $70 million deal with the Phoenix Suns


Steve Walentik ‏@Steve_Walentik 2h2 hours ago

DeMarre Carroll will cash in on his recent success with 4-year, $60 million contract with Toronto
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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #103 on: July 03, 2015, 08:20:36 am »

Current NBA contracts of John Calipari’s first-round picks

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Anthony Davis: The No. 1 pick in the 2012 draft signed a four-year rookie deal worth $23,198,010 with the New Orleans Pelicans. Now he has a decision to make. When free agency starts Wednesday, Davis reportedly will get a maximum offer from New Orleans of five years worth nearly $145 million.

John Wall: Take No. 1 by the Washington Wizards in 2010, Wall signed a five-year extension worth $84,789,500 million in August of 2013.

Michael Kidd-Gilchrist: Taken No. 2 in 2012, Kidd-Gilchrist signed a rookie contract with the Charlotte Bobcats (now Hornets) for four years worth $20,760,923.

Enes Kanter*: Taken No. 3 by the Utah Jazz in 2011, Kanter signed a four-year deal worth $18,652,514.

DeMarcus Cousins: The No. 5 overall pick in the 2010 draft, Cousins signed a four-year deal worth $65,619,700 in 2014.

Nerlens Noel: The No. 6 overall pick in the 2013 draft, Noel signed a three-year deal worth $9,945,240...

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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #104 on: July 04, 2015, 12:18:00 pm »

SportsCenter ‏@SportsCenter 17h17 hours ago

Patrick Beverley and Rockets agree to four-year deal worth $23 million. (via ESPN and multiple sources)
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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #105 on: July 04, 2015, 01:14:33 pm »

Jeff Goodman ‏@GoodmanESPN 19h19 hours ago

Rajon Rondo has agreed to a 1-year deal with Sacramento worth $10 million, sources told ESPN.
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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #106 on: July 06, 2015, 07:28:54 am »

Marc Stein ‏@ESPNSteinLine Jul 3

ESPN sources say Corey Brewer has spurned richer offer from Sacramento Kings to stay in Houston on a three-year deal in excess of $23 mil


He was the "poor kid" among Florida's sons of former pro athletes in '06 and '07.
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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #107 on: July 06, 2015, 08:10:09 am »

Marc J. SpearsVerified account@SpearsNBAYahoo

The Magic has agreed to a three-year, $15 million deal with guard C.J. Watson, a source told Yahoo.
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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #108 on: July 07, 2015, 08:33:08 am »

Matt Zenitz ‏@mzenitz 11h11 hours ago

Ex-Alabama standout Mo Williams reuniting with LeBron James http://www.al.com/alabamabasketball/index.ssf/2015/07/ex-alabama_standout_mo_william.html

Former Murrah guard will top $70M for his career with this two-year extension keeping him in the top 20 all-time from the SEC.

He played at the same high school as the late, great Jesse Pate.
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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #109 on: July 07, 2015, 01:27:20 pm »

Kevin Brockway ‏@gatorhoops Jul 5

With Corey Brewer re-signing w Rockets, UF 05-07 frontline of Brewer, Al Horford and Joakim Noah will make combined  $32 mil next season.
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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #110 on: July 07, 2015, 03:58:56 pm »

AL.com sports ‏@aldotcomSports 2h2 hours ago

Former Alabama star Gerald Wallace reportedly has a new NBA home | http://ow.ly/PiEZ2

Golden State

$10 million+ contract in '15-16 will move Wallace to the top five all-time among former SEC players.
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SEC Basketball Money Makers Giving Back
« Reply #111 on: July 21, 2015, 04:50:27 pm »

TMZ ‏@TMZ 4h4 hours ago

NBA's Udonis Haslem -- Buys Miami Pad ... For Woman Who Raised Him http://dlvr.it/BbYtB7

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Three time NBA champion Udonis Haslem just did something pretty awesome ... he bought a pretty sick 6 bedroom home for the woman who raised him ... just to say "thank you."

FYI -- the Miami Heat player's biological mother Debra battled drug addiction when Udonis was a child ... so he was raised by his stepmother ... Barbara Wooten.

Now, we've learned Haslem has hooked up Barbara with a brand new $326k pad in Miami Gardens -- it's 6 bedrooms, 4 baths, 3,640 square feet ... and  Haslem foot the bill.

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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #112 on: July 23, 2015, 10:23:36 pm »

Steve Walentik ‏@Steve_Walentik Jul 22

From today's Tribune: Former #Mizzou standout DeMarre Carroll reaping reward for years of hard work http://www.columbiatribune.com/sports/mu_basketball/former-mu-standout-carroll-reaping-reward-for-years-of-hard/article_49170875-41e8-5eb1-8d3b-6ce7390b756e.html

Carroll's understandably excited about joining the Raptors and not just because of his four-year, $60 million contract.

DeMarre Carroll: "Coach (Dwane) Casey basically said he had a man crush on me. That made me feel good for a coach to want you that bad."

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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #114 on: October 13, 2015, 10:27:11 am »

Chris Sheridan ‏@sheridanhoops Oct 9

If you know your #NBA team has to make a move or two to be competitive, our salary cap index is a handy little tool http://www.sheridanhoops.com/2014/06/30/sheridan-hoops-salary-cap-analysis-index/

Brooklyn Nets Salaries and Analysis
PLAYER           2015-16
Joe Johnson   $24,890,000
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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #115 on: March 29, 2016, 01:39:33 pm »

Calipari players just from Kentucky are likely to make over ONE BILLION DOLLARS in the NBA within the next 5-7 years

2010
John Wall: $54,648,115 ($54,191,550 remaining, 3 years)
Demarcus Cousins: $44,230,228 ($32,540,469 remaining, 2 years)
Eric Bledsoe: $32,676,423 ($44,739,135 remaining, 3 years)
Patrick Patterson: $21,085,303 ($6,050,000 remaining, 1 year)
Daniel Orton: $2,891,672

2011
Brandon Knight: $23,666,757 ($58,000,000 remaining, 4 years)
Josh Harrellson: $1,712,094
Deandre Liggins: $1,235,799

2012
Anthony Davis: $23,198,010 ($119,500,000 remaining, 5 years)
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist: $20,760,924 ($39,000,000 remaining, 3 years)
Terrence Jones: $7,145,050
Marquis Teague: $3,224,040
Darius Miller: $1,662,476
Doron Lamb: $1,438,872

2013
Nerlens Noel: $9,945,240 ($4,384,490 remaining, 1 year)
Archie Goodwin: $3,336,840 ($2,094,089 remaining, 1 year)

2014
Julius Randle: $6,129,600 ($3,267,120 remaining, 1 year)
James Young: $3,424,320 ($1,825,200 remaining, 1 year)

2015
Karl Anthony-Towns: $5,073,600 ($5,960,160 remaining, 1 year)
Willie Cauley-Stein: $3,398,280 ($3,551,160 remaining, 1 year)
Trey Lyles: $2,239,800 ($2,340,600 remaining, 1 year)
Devin Booker: $2,127,840 ($2,223,600 remaining, 1 year)
Aaron Harrison: $525,093 ($874,636 remaining, 1 year)
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« Reply #116 on: June 09, 2016, 07:45:20 am »

Joe Johnson is the only former SEC player to make the Forbes list of 100 highest paid athletes

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Former Arkansas basketball star, Joe Johnson came in at No. 77 on Forbes’ list and made $22.9 million in total earnings.
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« Reply #117 on: June 20, 2016, 10:15:07 am »

Update of the Top Career Salaries after the '15-16 season:

1. Shaq                   $292.2M
2. Joe Johnson         $197.6M
3. Allan Houston      $117.6M
4. Antonio McDyess  $116.6M
5. Antoine Walker     $108.1M
6. Gerald Wallace     $102.8M
7. Erick Dampier       $98M
8. Latrell Sprewell     $97M
9. David Lee             $91.1M
10. Mike Miller          $86.8M
11. Tayshaun Prince  $81.7M
12. Al Horford           $77.5M
13. Jamal Mashburn  $75.6M
14. Rajon Rondo       $70.3M
15. Joakim Noah       $70M
16. Nazr Mohammed $65.5M
17. Mo Williams        $65.4M
18. DeAndre Jordan  $64.7M
19. Derek Anderson  $59M
20. John Wall           $54.7M
21. Jason Williams    $53.8M
22. Robert Horry      $53.7M
23. Udonis Haslem   $52.5M
24. Shandon Anderson $49.6M
25. Tyrus Thomas     $46.6M
26. Wesley Person    $45M
27. DeMarcus Cousins $44.2M
28. Stromile Swift    $43.2M
29. Corliss Williamson $42.7M
30. Charles Barkley  $42.6M
31. Derrick McKey    $37.7M
32. Brandon Bass     $37.3M
33. Corey Brewer     $35.6M
34. Ron Mercer        $35.2M
35. Glen Davis         $34.4M
36. Jason Caffey      $34M
37. Eric Bledsoe       $32.7M
38. Chandler Parsons $32.7M
39. Marcus Thornton $32.4M
40. Marquis Daniels  $31.7M
41. Chuck Hayes      $30.8M
42. Matt Bonner       $30.1M
43. Chuck Person     $25.5M
44. Dominique Wilkins $25M
45. Rex Chapman     $25M
46. Brandon Knight  $23.7M
47. Anthony Davis    $23.2M
48. Marreese Speights $22.9M
49. Tobias Harris       $22.9M
50. Will Perdue         $22.8M
51. DeMarre Carrol   $21.4M
52. Kidd-Gilchrist      $20.8M
53. Patrick Patterson $20.2M   
54. Dan Issel            $20M
55. Tony Delk           $19.9M
56. Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf $19.9M
57. Ronnie Brewer    $19.6M
58. Keith Bogans      $19.1M
59. Dale Ellis            $19M
60. Stanley Roberts  $18.9M
61. Bradley Beal       $18.7M
62. Damian Wilkins   $18M
63. Andrew DeClerq  $17.9M
64. Jodie Meeks        $17.6M
65. CJ Watson          $17.5M
66. Kris Middleton     $17.2M
67. Chris Morris        $17M
68. Andrew Lang      $16.2M
69. Sam Bowie         $16M
70. Walter McCarty   $15.2M
71. Pete Maravich     $15M
72. Bernard King      $15M
73. Jeff Malone         $14.5M
74. Vernon Maxwell   $14.1M
75. Anthony Randolph $13.7M
76. Willie Anderson   $15.5M
77. Jarvis Hayes       $13.4M
78. Joe Kliene          $13M
79. Todd Day           $12.1M
80. Brian Winters     $12M
81. James Robinson $11.8M
82. Jannero Pargo    $11.7M
83. Kelenna Azubuike $11.2M
84. Renaldo Balkman $11M
85. Alonzo Gee         $10.7M
86. Alex English        $10M
87. Nerlens Noel       $9.9M
88. Jumaine Jones    $9.7M
89. Antoine Wright    $9.6M
90. Vern Fleming      $8.8M
91. Patrick Beverley  $8.5M
92. K. Caldwell-Pope $8.3M
93. Louie Dampier     $8M
94. Alvin Robertson   $7.7M
95. Scott Padgett      $7.5M
96. Oliver Miller        $7.2M
97. Terrence Jones    $7.1M
98. Acie Law IV         $7.1M
99. Sidney Moncrief   $7M
100. Johnny Neunmann $7M
101. Lee Mayberry     $6.9M
102. Tom Owens        $6.8M
103. Julius Randle      $6.1M
104. John Williams     $6M
105. Larry Drew         $5.9M
106. Marcus Haislip    $5.8M
107. Karl A. Towns     $5.7M
108. Dwayne Schintzius $5.5M
109. David Benoit      $5.4M
110. Justin Reed        $5.3M
111. Festus Ezeli        $5.2M
112. Jeff Turner         $5.1M
113. Darrell Walker    $5M


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Re: SEC Basketball Money Makers
« Reply #118 on: June 24, 2016, 08:49:03 am »

 Gary Parrish ‏@GaryParrishCBS 11h11 hours ago

Some perspective: Skal Labissiere almost died in an earthquake in Haiti. He’s now guaranteed to earn $2.1 million over the next two years.
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« Reply #122 on: July 13, 2016, 08:15:45 am »

https://twitter.com/gatorhoops/status/753058510875815936

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Clippers have signed free agent Marreese Speights, who played on Golden State's NBA championship team a year ago.

The 28-year-old center-forward averaged 7.1 points and 3.3 rebounds in 72 games for the Warriors last season, while hitting a career-high 24 3-pointers.

He played two years at Florida, helping the Gators win the NCAA championship in 2007-08.
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« Reply #124 on: July 22, 2016, 07:22:22 am »

Former Bama player Alonzo Gee has agreed to a one-year deal with the New Orleans Pelicans worth $1.4 million.

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Gee averaged 12.7 points per game on 44.7 percent shooting with Alabama from 2005-09, during which he garnered All-SEC Freshman Team (’06) and Second-Team All-SEC (’09) honors. He has since played for six different NBA squads and also served a stint in the Polish Basketball League.
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« Reply #125 on: July 22, 2016, 08:31:24 am »

Nuggets sign former Gator Mike Miller

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36-year-old Miller played only 373 minutes last season but served a valuable role as a mentor on a young squad. His deal is for two years, $5 million.

Miller was picked fifth overall out of Florida by Orlando in 2000.

After the end of the '15-16 NBA season, Mike Miller is the tenth highest earning former SEC player based solely on NBA salary.
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« Reply #126 on: August 05, 2016, 07:54:13 am »

Adam Zagoria ‏@AdamZagoria 12h12 hours ago

Former Kentucky Wildcat DeAndre Liggins Signs Camp Deal With Cavs
http://basketball.realgm.com/wiretap/243037/DeAndre-Liggins-Signs-Camp-Deal-With-Cavs

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DeAndre Liggins has signed a camp deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Liggins has won D-League Defensive Player of the Year in two of the past three seasons. Liggins would give the Cavs another wing option should he make their roster.

Liggins was a second round pick in 2011 out of Kentucky and has played for the Magic, Thunder and Heat.
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« Reply #127 on: January 30, 2017, 07:45:57 am »

https://twitter.com/Michael_Carvell/status/825715928428056576

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Walker lost $110 million through bad investments, extravagant spending and supporting family and friends.

This week he talked to the participants in the Senior Bowl about how to avoid the same mistakes that he made.

“I want them to hear everything — the good side of what the money did for me, and also the bad side,” Walker said via The Boston Globe’s Ben Volin. “Obviously, I didn’t play football, but I understand you’re chasing your dream. Also, just the fact that once you make it, you’re in the real world, you’re making real dollars. There are a lot of people that will be coming and pulling at you, and you’ve got to be prepared for that.”
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« Reply #128 on: July 08, 2017, 06:50:37 am »

https://twitter.com/Michael_Carvell/status/883642438732193792

Jodie Meeks agrees to a 2-year, $7 million deal with the Washington Wizards

Patrick Patterson agreed to a 3-year, $16.4 million deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder

Andre Iguodala agrees to a 3-year, $48 million deal with the Golden State Warriors
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« Reply #129 on: July 12, 2017, 10:25:50 am »

Update of the Top Career NBA Salaries after the '16-17 season for SEC players:

1. Shaq                        $292.2M
2. Joe Johnson           $210.1M
3. Allan Houston       $117.6M
4. Antonio McDyess $116.6M
5. Antoine Walker     $108.1M
6. Al Horford              $104.1M
7. Gerald Wallace     $102.8M
8. Erick Dampier       $98M
9. Latrell Sprewell     $97M
10. David Lee               $94.8M
11. Mike Miller          $93.2M
11. Joakim Noah       $87M
13. Rajon Rondo       $84.3M
14. Tayshaun Prince  $81.7M
15. Jamal Mashburn  $75.6M
16. John Wall             $71.6M
17. Mo Williams        $67.6M
18. Nazr Mohammed $65.5M
19. DeMarcus Cousins $61.2M
20. Derek Anderson  $59M
21. Chandler Parsons $54.8M
22. Jason Williams    $53.8M
23. Robert Horry      $53.7M
24. Udonis Haslem   $52.5M
25. Shandon Anderson $49.6M
26. Eric Bledsoe       $46.7M
27. Tyrus Thomas     $46.6M
28. Anthony Davis    $45.3M
29. Wesley Person    $45M
30. Stromile Swift    $43.2M
31. Corey Brewer     $43.2M
32. Corliss Williamson $42.7M
33. Charles Barkley  $42.6M
34. Bradley Beal       $40.8M
35. Tobias Harris       $40.1M
36. Brandon Bass     $38.8M
37. Derrick McKey    $37.7M
38. Brandon Knight   $36.3M
39. DeMarre Carrol.   $35.6M
40. Ron Mercer        $35.2M
41. Marcus Thornton $35.1M
42. Glen Davis           $34.4M
43. Jason Caffey        $34M
44. M. Kidd-Gilchrist   $33.8M
45. Marquis Daniels   $31.7M
46. Chuck Hayes      $30.8M
47. Matt Bonner       $30.1M
48. Patrick Patterson $27.1M   
49. Chuck Person     $25.5M
50. Dominique Wilkins $25M
51. Rex Chapman     $25M
52. Marreese Speights $24.3M
53. Jodie Meeks        $24.1M
54. Will Perdue         $22.8M
55. CJ Watson          $22.5M
56. Dan Issel            $20M
57. Tony Delk           $19.9M
58. Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf $19.9M
59. Ronnie Brewer    $19.6M
60. Keith Bogans      $19.1M
61. Dale Ellis            $19M
62. Stanley Roberts   $18.9M
63. Damian Wilkins   $18M
64. Andrew DeClerq   $17.9M 
65. Chris Morris        $17M
66. Sam Bowie         $16M
67. Walter McCarty   $15.2M
68. Pete Maravich     $15M
69. Bernard King      $15M
70. Patrick Beverley   $14.5M
71. Jeff Malone         $14.5M
72. Nerlens Noel    $14.3M
73. Vernon Maxwell   $14.1M
74. Anthony Randolph $13.7M
75. Willie Anderson   $15.5M
76. Jordan Clarkson $13.9M
77. Jarvis Hayes       $13.4M
78. Alonzo Gee         $12.6M
79. Festus Ezeli        $12.6M
80. Todd Day           $12.1M
81. K. Caldwell-Pope $12M
82. James Robinson $11.8M
83. Karl A. Towns     $11.7M
84. Garrett Temple  $11.7M
85. Jannero Pargo    $11.7M
86. Kelenna Azubuike $11.2M
87. Renaldo Balkman $11M
88. Jumaine Jones    $9.7M
89. Antoine Wright    $9.6M
90. Julius Randle       $9.4M
91. Vern Fleming      $8.8M
92. Terrence Jones    $8.4M
93. Louie Dampier     $8M
94. Scott Padgett      $7.5M
95. Oliver Miller        $7.2M
96. Johnny Neumann $7M
97. Willie Cauley-Stein $7M
98. Lee Mayberry     $6.9M
99. John Williams     $6M
100. Marcus Haislip    $5.8M
101. Archie Goodwin $5.7M
102. Dwayne Schintzius $5.5M
103. David Benoit      $5.4M
104. Justin Reed        $5.3M
105. James Young     $5.25M
106. John Jenkins     $5.2M
107. Jeff Turner         $5.1M

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« Reply #131 on: July 16, 2017, 07:00:51 am »

https://twitter.com/Michael_Carvell/status/886542802557046785

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope agrees to a 1-year, $18 million deal with the Los Angeles Lakers
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« Reply #136 on: July 28, 2017, 06:44:34 am »

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6-foot-10 forward/center declined his $2.1 million player option with the Clippers for 2017-18 and became an unrestricted free agent. Per team policy, terms of the deal are not disclosed.
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Udonis Haslem believes he can still play

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Three-time NBA champion has signed a one-year, $2.3 million deal to remain with the Heat for what will be his 15th season. Haslem was already the longest-tenured player in Heat history, with all of his NBA seasons coming for his hometown team.

Among active players, only Dirk Nowitzki, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili have spent the entirety of a career spanning at least 15 years with one franchise.

"It is a great, great, day to have Udonis Haslem sign a contract for his 15th season with the Miami Heat," team president Pat Riley said Thursday
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« Reply #138 on: August 03, 2017, 07:14:52 am »

https://twitter.com/KyleTucker_SEC/status/892826733275226112

"She said she wasn't crying," Malik Monk said of his single mother getting a new car delivered, "but I heard her."
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« Reply #139 on: August 27, 2017, 06:25:00 am »

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Former Kentucky Wildcat Nerlens Noel reportedly down $66 million after signing new contract


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Noel has agreed to a $4.1 million qualifying offer to stay with the Dallas Mavericks. However, Noel reportedly was offered a 4-year, $70 million deal when free agency began July 1. He declined and then saw his market dry up over the last few months.

Last summer, NBA teams recklessly spent their cap space on long-term deals for players of all positions. But this summer, with significantly less cap space across the league and the looming free agency of LeBron James, Paul George and others, teams were more responsible with their money. Noel was one of several players hurt by the lack of cap space across the NBA this offseason.

The former Kentucky star averaged 8.7 points and 5.8 rebounds per game last season.

Noel will have a chance at signing a bigger, longer deal next offseason.
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