Rodney Hood and the Blazers have agreed to a two-year contract worth $21 million according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Hood opted out of his player option worth $6 million, and now he'll be staying in Portland with an improved contract. The new contract is a one-plus-one, with the second year being a team option. Hood was a starter before going down with a season-ending Achilles tear last December. If he's in a similar role, which the price tag suggests will be the case, Hood's fantasy value should be fine as long as he's back to full strength. This would also limit the value of Gary Trent Jr., who was a breakout player for Portland in the bubble. Nov 20 8:34 pm (EST)
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