The longstanding estimate for a Curry max used to be a five-year deal in the $175 million range. Yet the recent dip in the league’s projections for the 2017-18 salary cap — teams were notified in July of a forecasted drop from $108 million to $102 million –- means that $165 million over five years is the proper estimate as we speak. We arrived at that figure in consultation with ESPN cap maven Larry Coon, who projects Steph’s 2017-18 max to come in at a shade under $28.8 million as a player with seven to nine seasons of service time.
November 27, 2020 | 4:30 pm EST Update
Shams Charania: NBA Preseason begins on Dec. 11, running through Dec. 19: Lakers-Clippers, New York-Detroit, Orlando-Atlanta, Houston-Chicago, Sacramento-Portland.
Adrian Wojnarowski: San Antonio has signed the 41st pick in the draft – Duke guard Tre Jones – to a three-year deal, agent @KB_Sports of @BDA_Sports tells ESPN. A three-year deal allows Jones to enter restricted free agency sooner than the traditional four-year contract of second-round picks.
November 27, 2020 | 3:56 pm EST Update
Bobby Marks: Bruno Caboclo and Jae’ Sean Tate each have $50K guaranteed in their 2020/21 contract. Caboclo becomes full if he is not waived by the first game of the regular season and Tate increases to $500K. Caboclo is signed for 2 seasons and Tate for 3.
Bobby Marks: Patrick Patterson received a slight raise with the LA Clippers- $3.1M. The contract is for 120% of the minimum exception. The Clippers have room under the hard cap for their second round pick Daniel Oturu and 2 veteran minimums (if J. Noah is waived).