Matthew Dellavedova‘s new one-year, minimum-salary contract with the Kings, originally reported as partially guaranteed, is actually non-guaranteed for the time being, Hoops Rumors has learned.
Dellavedova will receive a partial guarantee of $250K if he’s not waived before Sacramento’s first game of the regular season, then would lock in his full $2.63MM guarantee if he remains under contract through the NBA’s league-wide guarantee deadline of January 7.
Here are a few more details on recently signed NBA contracts:
- Rodney McGruder‘s one-year, minimum-salary deal with the Pistons is fully guaranteed, Hoops Rumors has learned. That gives Detroit 17 players on guaranteed contracts, though one of those players (Kemba Walker) is very likely to be bought out. The Pistons would still have to trade or release one more player with a guaranteed salary in order to get to the 15-man regular season limit.
- Kevin Knox‘s two-year, $6MM contract with the Pistons is worth a flat $3MM in each of the two seasons. While the first year is guaranteed, the deal includes a team option for the 2023/24 season.
- As expected, Goran Dragic‘s one-year, minimum-salary contract with the Bulls and JaMychal Green‘s with the Warriors are both fully guaranteed.
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2 thoughts on “Contract Details: Dellavedova, McGruder, Knox”
Im really hoping that kevin knox can figure things out playing for this young pistons team. I really thought he was going to be a great player in the Association, but since his rookie year he almost seems scared to be out there… especially after zion sonned him in summer league.
Knox just don’t seem to like being a basketball player. He doesn’t improve on his weaknesses. And he doesn’t strengthen the things he does well. Guy has enough talent to be a solid rotation guy. He just doesn’t seem to want it bad enough.