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Mike Dunleavy Jr. Seeks Buyout From Hawks

Mike Dunleavy Jr. has yet to report to the Hawks and is seeking a buyout from the team after Atlanta acquired the veteran Saturday in a trade, Marc Stein of ESPN.com reports, citing league sources. Dunleavy, of course, would be a free agent if the Hawks grant him his wish.

The Hawks, Stein writes, would like to keep Dunleavy, who is earning $4.9MM this season. His contract for next year worth $5.2MM is only partially guaranteed. The sides were still in talks as of Sunday, Stein reports. Considering his contract and how much Dunleavy can help the Hawks, it would be somewhat surprising to see him become a free agent this way.

The Cavs sent Dunleavy to the Hawks Saturday. The swap, which is official, sent Kyle Korver to Cleveland in exchange for Dunleavy, Mo Williams and a protected 2019 first-round pick. Korver is with the Cavs in Phoenix but is unable to play or even watch the game from the bench because Dunleavy’s physical hasn’t been completed, Stein writes.

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7 thoughts on “Mike Dunleavy Jr. Seeks Buyout From Hawks

  1. 318north

    why? Is there a big demand for this guy?
    Hawks are a playoff team. its not like he was traded to NO.

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  2. hill

    Why would Atlanta agree?
    Don’t they need him to play 10-15 minutes/night and shoot the 3 a bit?

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  3. braves77777

    Trade him to the mavericks or the 76ers for almost nothing to show him who is boss.

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    • PeeWeeHerron618

      My 6ers don’t want him

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      • braves77777

        He would help the 76ers though, anyone could

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  4. Pihc123

    Maybe dunleavy was the cancer at Chicago instead of all those names we’ve thought. He’s one strange dude.

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  5. Dennis

    Suspend him without pay until he reports. Better for Hawks than paying him money for a buyout. No way should a player dictate terms to a team. If he prefers sitting without pay, let him.

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