Justin Hamilton is mulling a guaranteed two-year contract from a team in Zagreb, reports Ira Winderman of The Sun Sentinel. Hamilton is signed to a non-guaranteed contract with the Heat for 2014/15. Hamilton has an unusual contract in that he is scheduled to make a base salary of $816,482, and if he is not waived before August 1st $408,241 becomes guaranteed, and if he’s not waived by December 1st, then $612,362 of that contract becomes guaranteed. You can check out our Schedule of Contract Guarantee Dates for more info on Hamilton and non-guaranteed contracts throughout the league.
More from the east:
- Carmelo Anthony is expected to make a decision where he will be playing next season shortly, perhaps within the next 24 hours, reports Fred Kerber of The New York Post.
- Luol Deng sat down with the Heat‘s Pat Riley today to discuss the possibility of Deng bringing his talents to South Beach, reports Chris Broussard of ESPN.com. The meeting was described as “preliminary,” and Deng reportedly will not take a salary significantly below his market value, believed to be above $10MM per season, to sign with the Heat.
- Danny Ainge hasn’t given up on trying to work out a trade that would bring Kevin Love to the Celtics, reports Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports (Twitter link).