Neil Dalal: Tommy Sheppard on the re-signing of Raul Neto “Pleased to bring Raul back after the career year he had for us last season. He was one of our most consistent players with a toughness and tenacity on both ends of the floor that allowed him to lead our second unit and step in.”
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Shams Charania: Free agent guard Raul Neto has agreed to a deal to return to the Washington Wizards, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium.
Sources tell cleveland.com, along with their well-documented hunt for a shooting wing, including recent discussions about a sign-and-trade for restricted free agent swingman Josh Hart, the Cavs are currently exploring the free agent point guard market in hopes of adding a third guard to play behind starter Darius Garland and backup Rubio. The Cavs have looked into the possibility of Raul Neto and Brad Wanamaker, sources say.
Going back to Neto possibly getting a raise from the $1.8 million he made last year in Washington. After setting career-highs across the board, including in scoring and efficiency, Neto is going to get a good deal of interest. According to sources around the league, the Knicks kept coming up as likely suitors.
“Raul’s experience both in the NBA and overseas will be valuable to our backcourt roster,” said Wizards General Manager Tommy Sheppard. “He approaches the backup point guard position with a combination of toughness and skill that will fit in with our style of play.”
Shams Charania: Free agent guard Raul Neto has agreed to a one-year deal with the Washington Wizards, sources tell @The Athletic @Stadium.
Jeff Zillgitt: That Raul Neto one-year deal with the Wizards, as first reported by @Shams Charania, is for the league minimum: $1.8M, I’m told.
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.”
Eric Woodyard: Former Utah Jazz guard Raul Neto has agreed to a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers, according to a Deseret News source. He will sign on July 6th.
Shams Charania: Free agent guard Raul Neto is signing a one-year, guaranteed veteran’s minimum deal with the Philadelphia 76ers, league sources tell @The Athletic @Stadium.
Eric Walden: Raul Neto’s release is official pic.twitter.com/KzwjnW96kU
Adrian Wojnarowski: Utah guard Raul Neto has agreed to a contract extension, league source tells ESPN.
Shams Charania: Sources: RFA Raul Neto is signing a two-year, $4.4M deal to return to the Utah Jazz.
Tony Jones: The Utah Jazz met with restricted free agent Raul Neto today, league sources tell The Salt Lake Tribune. The Jazz are hoping to sign Neto to a deal
Tony Jones: The Utah Jazz have officially extended qualifying offers to Dante Exum, Raul Neto and Georges Niang, making each restricted free agents, League Sources tell The Salt Lake Tribune….@KeithSmithNBA was first to report
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Kristian Winfield: Kevin Durant says he’s not concerned about Kyrie Irving’s vaccination status. “We trust in Kyrie and I expect us to have our whole team at some point.”
Ben Rohrbach: Kevin Durant on Kyrie Irving’s availability: “I expect it not to be [an issue]. That’s on Kyrie and that’s his personal decision. … We trust in Kyrie. I expect us to have our whole team at some point.”
Ian Begley: Kyrie Irving will not be at Media Day in Brooklyn today, sources confirm. NYC mandate states that all Knicks/Nets need to be vaccinated for COVID-19 to practice/play home games in NYC. Nets training camp is in San Diego. Irving may talk to media via Zoom. ESPN first reported.
Brian Lewis: According to NY rules, Kyrie Irving can’t play or practice at home until he gets a vaccination shot. Kevin Durant: “We trust in Kyrie and I expect us to have our whole team at some point.” #Nets #NBA
Brian Lewis: KD on whether inking long-term will help convince Kyrie Irving and James Harden to do the same: “We all three talked about playing here for a long time but their situations will happen on their time and we all respect that.” #Nets #NBA
Alex Schiffer: Kevin Durant said he trusted LaMarcus Aldridge’s judgement when he found out LA wanted to come back. Didn’t try and talk him out of it like Marks did. Said he knew LA was 49 points from 20K and was bummed he wouldn’t be able to get it. Now is pumped to be able to see him hit it.