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And-Ones: D-League, Kaminsky, Towns

Here’s a look around the Association..

  • Adam Johnson of D-League Digest looked at the D-League’s salary structure.  As Johnson learned from multiple league sources and agents, the league has a three-tiered salary system for the simplicity of making deals with players. The “A” salary is $25K, “B” salaries are $19K, and “C” salaries are $13K.  Interestingly enough, players are sometimes asked to downgrade to accommodate a signing.  “If a player is designated an “A” contract but the team wants to bring on an additional “B” player, they might ask the “A” player to reduce their salary to a “B” level to compensate for the difference,” according to a league source. “It’s a balancing act.  You can have four “A” contracts at one point in the season, but that team will need to correct that amount of salary at some point with more “C” contracts so they don’t go over the salary cap.”
  • The numbers say that rookies Frank Kaminsky and Delon Wright are poised to make a noticeable impact in 2015/16, Kevin Pelton of (Insider sub. req’d) writes.  Unsurprisingly, it’s Wolves rookie Karl-Anthony Towns who is projected to have the best year of any first-year player.  Lakers rookie D’Angelo Russell and Knicks rook Kristaps Porzingis round out the top five.
  • Steve Ilardi and Jeremias Engelmann of ran down the winners and losers in free agency this summer.  Of course, the Spurs are among the offseason’s biggest winners after landing ex-Blazers star LaMarcus Aldridge and former Pacers forward David West.  The ESPN duo also gave a tip of the cap to the Celtics for their savvy under-the-radar moves.
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3 thoughts on “And-Ones: D-League, Kaminsky, Towns

  1. HMiller

    Pretty sure R.J. Hunter is a player and not a quantitative analyst, but perhaps he’s both.

  2. soul

    D-league players are also provided with housing–and that cost isn’t included in those numbers. So the compensation isn’t all that bad when you compare it to, say, the fact that $31K is the median income in my city. Of course, they don’t get housing in the off-season, though. I can see how 13K wouldn’t go very far.

    But I guess it’s all relative. I feel privileged when I can buy a pair of shoes twice a year. Others want SUVs.

    • Chuck Myron

      It is truly all relative. Guys in the D-League are pretty good at what they do, though. They should be compensated as such.

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