2016 NBA Draft Recap: Reaction and Analysis
Brett Squires

Grizzlies will give point guard Mike Conley a full five-year max offer.

With the amount of money some players are getting this offseason, there was no question one of the ten best point-guards in the association was going to command a max contract. Conley is one of the better two-way PG's in the league and has to enjoy the team going out and spending money to improve their team, signing Chandler Parsons. A Conley, Gasol, Parsons trio could really be excellent and lead them to a high-seed out West.
48 minutes ago

Rockets and Ryan Anderson plan to meet on Saturday.

The 28-year old sharp-shooter hasn't been talked about much this offseason, but could be a game changer for whomever lands his services. Houston hopes it's them as he would fit with the team like a glove. Houston loves to spread the floor and have James Harden drive and kick to open shooters, something Anderson does very well. He's a career 37-percent three-point shooter and just last year averaged 17.0 points per game coming off of the Pelicans bench. If Anderson lands in Houston, his fantasy value could reach an all-time high.
1 hour ago

Solomon Hill has agreed to a four-year $52 million deal with the Pelicans.

A player who averaged 14.7 minutes, 4.2 points and 2.8 rebounds per game last season got a $52M contract. All hell has broke loose. Hill has never been one to play extended minutes but with this type of deal, we should expect him to be a rotation regular for New Orleans. Maybe even a starter.
2 hours ago

Bucks and Matthew Dellavedova agree to a four-year deal worth $38 million.

The new NBA salary continues to shock the world as the league's biggest pest will make $9.5M per year over the next four seasons with his new contract. Minutes were opened up with the ban on O.J. Mayo and loss of Jerryd Bayless. Dellavedova should see a lot more playing time in Milwaukee than he ever did in Cleveland. He still won't be worth much in fantasy, however.
2 hours ago

Chandler Parsons agrees to a four-year $94.8 million contract with the Grizzlies.

This is a great addition for the Grizzlies who need to resign Mike Conley to complete their offseason. Parsons was having a fantastic second half of the 2015 season before going down with a season-ending injury. Parsons can do it all and this addition helps the Grizzlies adapt to the small-ball lineups most NBA teams are already implementing. Parsons can play with or without the ball, so pairing him up with Marc Gasol is going to do him wonders. Parsons is going to be a great fantasy option over the next four seasons. As long as he can stay healthy that is.
2 hours ago
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