Raul Neto Rumors

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Raul Neto
Raul Neto
Position: G
Born: 05/19/92
Height: 6-1 / 1.85
Weight:170 lbs. / 77.1 kg.
Salary: $1,737,145
This is material for Brett Brown, too. He has one more year left on his contract. If Simmons is limited or out the rest of the way and Philadelphia ends up 5th or 6th in the East and out in the first round, does Elton Brand give Brown another extension? Does he let him coach as a lame duck next season? Does he replace him this summer? Philadelphia expected a title contender. At least if Simmons were healthy for the stretch run, Brown would have a chance to figure this out and press ahead. It’s hard to see how that happens with Shake Milton and Raul Neto running the point.
Storyline: Brett Brown Hot Seat?
Coach Brett Brown added:”I thought Trey was really good today” before adding that Neto did some good things, too. “I think Trey got that sort of dynamic dance with the ball, waterbug-type game that can keep defenses off balance,” Brown said. “I’ve experienced it as the opposition coach trying to guard it. I thought it was a very good day.”
Philadelphia 76ers General Manager Elton Brand announced today that the team has signed Raul Neto. Per team policy, terms of the deal were not disclosed. “By adding Raul to our roster, we’ve gained an experienced and valuable veteran who is a tremendous passer with great court vision,” Brand said. “We’re fortunate that he’s now a member of the 76ers and we’re eager to integrate him into our team.”
Jazz players Thabo Sefolosha and Raul Neto were reexamined by the Utah Jazz medical staff on Tuesday and the following was determined: Sefolosha (mild right hamstring strain) will be reevaluated in one week. Neto (left groin strain) will be reevaluated in one week. Jazz guard Danté Exum still has one more week before being reevaluated for his left ankle sprain. Jazz center Tony Bradley still has two more weeks before being reevaluated on his right knee surgery.
Gobert isn’t the only one who gets a bonus if the team has better than a 100 defensive rating while he’s on the floor. Derrick Favors has such a bonus, as do Joe Ingles, Dante Exum, and Raul Neto. Ingles makes $250K if his defense is up to par, Exum makes $100K, and Neto makes $50K if they hit that benchmark. All four must play 67 games in order to qualify for the bonus, so no small-sample-size bonuses are paid out by ownership. Gobert isn’t the only one who gets a bonus if the team has better than a 100 defensive rating while he’s on the floor. Derrick Favors has such a bonus, as do Joe Ingles, Dante Exum, and Raul Neto. Ingles makes $250K if his defense is up to par, Exum makes $100K, and Neto makes $50K if they hit that benchmark. All four must play 67 games in order to qualify for the bonus, so no small-sample-size bonuses are paid out by ownership.