NBA rumors: Wilson Chandler parts ways with Chinese team

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Emiliano Carchia: Hearing that Wilson Chandler is expected to leave Zhejiang Guangsha. Chandler is averaging 15.3ppg and 7.7rpg for Zhejiang this season
Puccio: “I think you definitely see Jamal Crawford come back next year. I’m very confident that he’ll be back, and also Tyler Johnson as well after what he did in the Orlando bubble. We know Sean Marks likes him a lot after the contract that he threw at him when he was in Miami. I think, with Chandler, it’s kind of a coin flip. I personally don’t think that he’s coming back, but we’ll have to see on that front.”
Denver can't seem to find a groove. Injuries have contributed; we won't know what this team is until Paul Millsap returns. But Wilson Chandler's drop-off has chipped away at their depth and lineup flexibility. After years of hip issues, Chandler looks like he aged five years over one summer (at least before he broke out a bit against the Knicks on Thursday). Chandler is probably best now as a small-ball power forward, but Denver is already crowded at that position. Chandler has a $12.8 million player option for next season, and what he does with it will have a huge impact on Denver's cap-and-tax situation. Chandler is at the age where he might opt out to secure more long-term money, but if he keeps playing like this, he may not find a long-term deal to his liking.
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