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The 1,000 point scorer, three-year starter at Indiana University, Williams recently signed a summer league deal with the Phoenix Suns. He impressed thoroughly with the Suns, averaging 12.3 points and 4.3 rebounds over six games. He has now signed a partially guaranteed contract with the Grizzlies, where his athleticism and rebounding ability should be able to help Memphis -- and at the worst he will help improve the rest of the roster in practice.
Three years away from being a first-round draft pick, Anthony Bennett has accepted a league minimum deal from Brooklyn to try and return to the NBA. Bennett played in the D-League last year and has been working his way back with strong play for Team Canada. Although he has only averaged 12.8 minutes per game in his NBA career, he gives Brooklyn a depth option for the bigs and if he can shoot consistently, upside for more. Add in his motivation to do better with his new lease on life, Bennett is a cheap flier for the Nets this year.
As the 45th drafted player in the 2016 NBA draft, he was not guaranteed a roster slot, but apparently showed the team enough in Summer League action to be inked to this deal. The Celtics have made it known they are willing to deal, and Jackson's signing may be an effort to provide depth on the roster to facilitate trades.
Zeleared in 60 games for the Celtics last season. He averaged 6.1 points and 3.0 rebounds in 11.8 minutes per game coming off the bench. He offers minimal fantasy value unless he sees a significant uptick in playing time.
He signed a two-year, $4.1 million contract. The Pelicans have a crowed backcourt, however, and he will have to fight for playing time. He did show what he could do in 16 games at the end of last season, when he averaged 13.1 points, 7.5 assists and 4.4 boards a game.
Jones will help add a defensive presence at the power forward position but will likely come off the bench unless the Pelicans commit to moving Anthony Davis to the center position.
Thinks have come full circle for Green as he was originally drafted by the Celtics before being part of the deal that saw Kevin Garnett come to Boston to begin their Big Three era. Green is a streaky shooter but has the ability to get hot from three-point range which is something the Celtics are hopefull he can provide for their second unit.
Hield singed a four year deal with the final two seasons being team options. He could earn up to $15.8 million if he plays out his full rookie contract.
No fantasy value here with this signing. Stockton of course is the son of hall of fame guard John Stockton.
Jean-Charles was selected with the 28th overall pick of the draft by the Spurs back in 2013. He has spent the last couple of years playing in Europe, but will now head to the States to suit up in San Antonio.