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Jason Quick: If the Trail Blazers and Al-Farouq Aminu are going to come to terms on an extension before Sunday (he's eligible for as much as 4 years and $48 mil) it will be a quick negotiation: Aminu's agent says "I haven't really talked to Neil (Olshey)." (1/2)
Jason Quick: If the Trail Blazers and Al-Farouq Aminu are going to come to terms on an extension before Sunday (he's eligible for as much as 4 years and $48 mil) it will be a quick negotiation: Aminu's agent says "I haven't really talked to Neil (Olshey)." If Aminu and Blazers don't agree to extension before Sunday, he becomes unrestricted free agent. Blazers have his Bird Rights, meaning they can go over the cap to sign him. Should be interesting to see what Aminu's market is ..
As mentioned before, the Blazers are also expected to make a run at Dallas Mavericks small forward Al-Farouq Aminu, who Olshey drafted during his days in the Los Angeles Clippers’ front office. The move could be one that replaces Nicolas Batum, who was in the deal that landed Henderson and forward Noah Vonleh in Portland.
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