Week In Review 7/19/15-7/25/15

One of the last major offseason storylines involves the Cavaliers’ Brendan Haywood and his sizable non-guaranteed contract. Cleveland has been unsuccessful thus far in its attempts to find a trade partner willing to ship useful assets to the Cavs in return for the big man’s pact. The team has reportedly shifted gears and now is focused on flipping Haywood in a deal that creates a traded player exception prior to August 1st, when his contract becomes fully guaranteed, as is shown by our schedule of guarantee dates. The only teams currently possessing enough cap space to absorb Haywood and create a trade exception for Cleveland are the Trail Blazers and the Sixers, with the Jazz also a possibility, provided they trade or cut several players with non-guaranteed contracts prior to landing Haywood. While we await GM David Griffin‘s next move, here’s more from the week that was…


You can keep up with all of the offseason trades here.

Free Agent Signings

Eastern Conference

Western Conference

You can stay up to date on all of the signings with Hoops Rumors’ free agent tracker.

2015 NBA Draft Pick Signings

You can stay up to date on all of the 2015 NBA Draft signings here.


Miscellaneous News

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One thought on “Week In Review 7/19/15-7/25/15

  1. Chuck Myron

    The Ty Lawson trade is Daryl being Daryl. You knew Morey wasn’t going to sit idly while the rest of the top-tier teams in the West improved.


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