2017-2018 NBA Season Primer Part One

The 2017-2018 NBA season arrives tonight! I’ve decided to offer my regular season predictions (who cares, it’s the regular season…) and a few thoughts on each team heading into the season. This is Part One of a two-part offering. Feel free to tell me I’m wrong/crazy/biased in the comments below!

NBA Team 2016-2017 Regular Season Record 2017-2018 Predicted Regular Season Record Conference
Wins Losses Wins Losses
Atlanta Hawks 43 39 27 55 East
Boston Celtics 53 29 57 25 East
Brooklyn Nets 20 62 30 52 East
Charlotte Hornets 36 46 44 38 East
Chicago Bulls 41 41 26 56 East
Cleveland Cavaliers 51 31 46 36 East
Dallas Mavericks 51 31 31 51 West
Denver Nuggets 40 42 49 33 West
Detroit Pistons 37 45 34 48 East
Golden State Warriors 67 15 64 18 West
Houston Rockets 55 27 57 25 West
Indiana Pacers 42 40 32 50 East
LA Clippers 51 31 46 36 West
Los Angeles Lakers 26 56 32 50 West
Memphis Grizzlies 43 39 43 39 West
Miami Heat 41 41 40 42 East
Milwaukee Bucks 42 40 46 36 East
Minnesota Timberwolves 31 51 50 32 West
New Orleans Pelicans 34 48 35 47 West
New York Knicks 31 51 30 52 East
Oklahoma City Thunder 47 35 55 27 West
Orlando Magic 29 53 37 45 East
Philadelphia 76ers 28 54 39 43 East
Phoenix Suns 24 58 24 58 West
Portland Trail Blazers 41 41 46 36 West
Sacramento Kings 32 50 30 52 West
San Antonio Spurs 61 21 49 33 West
Toronto Raptors 51 31 45 37 East
Utah Jazz 51 31 42 40 West
Washington Wizards 49 33 46 36 East

 

Team Analysis/Thoughts

Atlanta Hawks

The Hawks haven’t made any significant roster moves to make one think they are in a better position than last year. If anything, I believe they’ve regressed and are likely to miss the playoffs. Kent Bazemore and Dennis Schroder are the players to watch on this squad, but Hawks fans are likely to be disappointed considering their playoff appearance last season.

Boston Celtics 

In a significant turn of events this season, the Celtics managed to acquire free agent Gordon Hayward, reuniting the former Butler Bulldog with Coach Brad Stevens. Unfortunately, to clear salary space they had to move Avery Bradley to the Pistons in exchange for Marcus Morris. Losing Bradley on the defensive side of the court will be a blow to the Celtics, especially considering they also traded away Jae Crowder, a jack of all trades, five-position defender, but they won’t lack for firepower after bringing in Kyrie Irving to play number one to Hayward’s number two. Still, Brad Stevens may have to get creative on the defensive side to make up for the hole left behind by Crowder. I do think they’ve improved this roster significantly and will be a top team once more in the East.

Brooklyn Nets

There is something to be said for the Eastern conference playing second fiddle to the West and it’s because of teams like the Nets. Megastar rappers and Russian billionaires have tried to resuscitate this dying franchise but it takes more than a quick buck to build a quality team. The Nets will continue to hold down the bottom of the East this season and that’s not too much of a stretch for me to call.

Charlotte Hornets

The Hornets didn’t dive too deep this offseason, but they were able to add some pieces that may prove significant in the depleted Eastern Conference. Malik Monk and Dwayne Bacon (no relation to Kevin), were a pair of solid draft picks for the backcourt and a surprising trade for Dwight Howard will shore up the inside. I’m not a huge fan of Dwight Howard (read: Lakers Fan) but the ‘future Hall of Famer’ has some desirable attributes that might help this team contend for a playoff spot. I doubt it, but we’ll see.

Chicago Bulls

Has any team in the East changed so much this season? That’s debatable, but what’s not debatable is the direction the Bulls have gone. Last season the Chicago Bulls finished the regular season 41-41, and had Rajon Rondo not suffered an injury in the first round of the playoffs, they may have had a shot at beating the Celtics. Now, Rajon Rondo is gone, Dwyane Wade is gone, and Jimmy Butler is gone. It’s full rebuild time in the windy city and the Bulls are a sub-30 win team. I’m not sure what the vision is here, but at least we can have a laugh about it.

Cleveland Cavaliers

And here’s where things get blasphemous: King James and the Cavaliers won’t break 50 wins this season. I know, I know, LeBron James is the Chosen One and yadda, yadda… He is and, in my opinion, he’s still the single best/most valuable player in the NBA, but he’s one year older and the mid-season resting isn’t going to stop. It’s actually going to get worse. The Cavaliers now have Derrick Rose and Dwyane Wade to add to the ‘must rest to survive the season’ list along with LeBron and Kevin Love. If you think this squad is going to place first in the East, I think you missed all of the drama last season. I’m going to be surprised if they make it to 50 wins, and if you’re still not sure why, just consider LeBron might be missing his first season opener due to a sprained ankle. Managing the all-time leader in minutes played is going to be a top-tier priority for Coach Tyronn Lue if he hopes to come runner-up to the Warriors again.

Dallas Mavericks

Not much has changed for the eternal Dirk Nowitzki. Another year closer to 40, and another year further from the NBA finals. I’m not ragging on the guy, I love his love for the game. The man took a pay cut to allow the Mavericks a smidgen of room to be more competitive, but they’re still a far cry from competing for a playoff spot in the West. With that said, keep a close eye on Dennis Smith Jr., the highly touted draft pick out of North Carolina State. We didn’t hear much about him this offseason—he was overshadowed by Lonzo Ball and Markelle Fultz in the media cycle—but this guy has been compared to a number of big-name NBA forebearers and he’s likely to play significant minutes for the Mavericks.

Denver Nuggets

There was something brewing in Colorado last season, and I think we’re going to see it come to fruition with Nikola Jokic coming into his own. The big man put up fantastic numbers for the Nuggets and if he can sustain that level of play this season, he might become the centerpiece for a talented young team. The Nuggets have signaled their desire to win this season with their acquisition of Paul Millsap and I believe they’re going to improve upon the 40 win season they had last year. This might be one of my more bold predictions, but I think they’re good for 49 wins.

Detroit Pistons

In this day and age, if you can’t shoot the three you’re dead in the water. That seems to be the prevailing wisdom and at least for the Pistons, it proved true last season. They shot just 33 percent from beyond the arc and were ranked 28th in the league from downtown. They were able to get Avery Bradley for Marcus Morris (a steal in my opinion) and they drafted a kid named Luke Kennard. Have you heard of him? No? Just know that if he works his way into the lineup he can hit from long range. Despite addressing their shooting woes, the Pistons are still questionable for making the playoffs and they’ll need Andre Drummond and Reggie Jackson to return to form if they want any shot at the chance.

Golden State Warriors

No team in the NBA is more discussed than the Golden State Warriors and I feel very little desire to bloviate on the direction of their season. They’re the best team in the NBA and the favorites to win the NBA Finals. They didn’t lose any major pieces, and I have no reason to suspect they will be worse than they were last year. They’ll be in the plus-60 win category again.

Houston Rockets

The Rockets playoff run ended unceremoniously with a dazed and confused James Harden scratching his head in reflection. The run and gun offense Mike D’Antoni favors faltered against the Spurs and many were left disappointed the Beard didn’t get a shot at Steph Curry and the Warriors. But, at the end of the day, you’ve got to earn your place just like everyone else. The Spurs were better when it counted last season, and now the Rockets will look to bounce back from their playoff defeat with a few new faces. Most notably, Chris Paul. He’s an ideal fit for this style of offense, and if Harden’s team mentality carries over from last season, I can see them complimenting one another well. The Rockets will make the playoffs again, and if they face the Spurs again, they’ll win.

Indiana Pacers

With Paul George no longer around, the Pacers seem to be interested in fostering a younger core group of players. Names like Victor Oladipo, their consolation prize from the Oklahoma City Thunder trade, and their other young star, Myles Turner. In the preseason, we saw them moving the ball around more effectively and picking up the pace which make for positive changes from last season. The Pacers will make good use of their youth and conditioning this season, but it’s rarely possible to replace a player of Paul George’s caliber without encountering growing pains. I expect they’ll have their moments this year, but they’ll ultimately fall short of last season’s marks.

LA Clippers

Danilo Gallinari, Patrick Beverly, Lou Williams, all new faces to the Clippers, but welcome additions nonetheless. The Clippers lost Chris Paul, and it’s impossible to replace his production from a one to one standpoint, but the three aforementioned names all bring something positive to the team and they provide depth the Clippers were probably lacking last year. I’m thinking they’ll regress slightly, as they become accustomed to one another, but they’re still competing for a playoff spot this season. Keep an eye on Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan now that Paul is gone. They’ll need to step up big time to win in the West.

Los Angeles Lakers

What could I possibly say that LaVar Ball hasn’t already? The Lakers took Lonzo Ball with their first selection of the NBA draft and they’re hoping he lives up to his father’s hype. The weight of a storied franchise seems to rest on his shoulders, but looking at the kid, you’d never guess it. I don’t know how his career will shape up, nor do I have any bold predictions for this season. I do recognize an innate talent to make his teammates better, and I see growth from the Lakers young core players, and hope that in the next few years they have the right pieces to compete. A competitive Los Angeles Lakers team is good for the NBA and, as a longtime Laker fan, it’s good for me. As for this season, I have them breaking 30 wins but I don’t believe they’re making the playoffs.

Memphis Grizzlies

The Memphis Grizzlies are my favorite bubble team going into this year. They’re good enough to make the playoffs outright, but whether we see that talent reflected in their win-loss record is anyone’s guess in the Western conference. Mike Conley is one of my favorite players in the league and I think he’s going to have another solid year for this team. And if you haven’t already seen him, check out Coach David Fizdale. This guy brings a level of passion I can’t help but respect. Judging from their preseason appearances, they’ve made some major changes from last season to present, and I think a more up-tempo pace is a step in the right direction with the departure of Zach Randolph and Tony Allen. Key player to watch: Chandler Parsons. He’s supposedly healthy and if he can return to form this will be a tough opponent on any given night.

2017-2018 Rosters

Team Roster
Atlanta Hawks NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
8 Luke Babbitt SF 28 9-Jun 225 Nevada $1,471,382
24 Kent Bazemore SF 28 5-Jun 201 Old Dominion $16,910,113
3 Marco Belinelli SG 31 5-Jun 210 $6,060,606
95 DeAndre’ Bembry SF 23 6-Jun 210 Saint Joseph’s $1,567,200
16 Nicolas Brussino SF 24 8-Jun 195 $1,312,611
20 John Collins PF 20 10-Jun 235 Wake Forest $1,936,920
14 Dewayne Dedmon C 28 1-Jul 245 USC $6,000,000
5 Malcolm Delaney G 28 3-Jun 190 Virginia Tech $2,500,000
2 Tyler Dorsey SG 21 Jun-17 183 Oregon $815,615
7 Ersan Ilyasova PF 30 10-Jun 235 $6,000,000
11 Josh Magette PG 27 1-Jun 160 Alabama-Huntsville
31 Mike Muscala PF 26 11-Jun 240 Bucknell $5,000,000
18 Miles Plumlee C 29 11-Jun 249 Duke $12,500,000
12 Taurean Prince SF 23 8-Jun 220 Baylor $2,422,560
17 Dennis Schroder PG 24 1-Jun 172 $15,500,000
Boston Celtics NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
45 Kadeem Allen SG 24 3-Jun 200 Arizona
46 Aron Baynes C 30 10-Jun 260 Washington State $4,328,000
26 Jabari Bird SG 23 6-Jun 198 California
7 Jaylen Brown F 20 7-Jun 225 California $4,956,480
20 Gordon Hayward SF 27 8-Jun 226 Butler $29,727,900
42 Al Horford C 31 10-Jun 245 Florida $27,734,406
11 Kyrie Irving PG 25 3-Jun 193 Duke $18,868,626
8 Shane Larkin PG 25 11-May 175 Miami (FL) $1,471,382
13 Marcus Morris PF 28 9-Jun 235 Kansas $5,000,000
28 Abdel Nader SF 24 6-Jun 230 Iowa State $1,167,333
37 Semi Ojeleye PF 22 7-Jun 235 SMU $1,291,892
12 Terry Rozier PG 23 2-Jun 190 Louisville $1,988,520
36 Marcus Smart PG 23 4-Jun 220 Oklahoma State $4,538,020
0 Jayson Tatum SF 19 8-Jun 205 Duke $5,645,400
27 Daniel Theis PF 25 9-Jun 243 $815,615
30 Guerschon Yabusele PF 21 8-Jun 260 $2,247,480
Brooklyn Nets NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
13 Quincy Acy SF 27 7-Jun 240 Baylor $1,709,538
31 Jarrett Allen C 19 11-Jun 234 Texas $1,713,720
35 Trevor Booker PF 29 8-Jun 228 Clemson $9,125,000
9 DeMarre Carroll SF 31 8-Jun 215 Missouri $14,800,000
33 Allen Crabbe SG 25 6-Jun 215 California $19,332,500
8 Spencer Dinwiddie PG 24 6-Jun 200 Colorado $1,524,305
12 Joe Harris SG 26 6-Jun 219 Virginia $1,524,305
24 Rondae Hollis-Jefferson SF 22 7-Jun 214 Arizona $1,471,382
6 Sean Kilpatrick SG 27 4-Jun 212 Cincinnati $1,524,305
22 Caris LeVert SG 23 7-Jun 203 Michigan $1,632,480
7 Jeremy Lin PG 29 3-Jun 200 Harvard $12,000,000
9 Tahjere McCall SG 23 5-Jun 195 Tennessee State
20 Timofey Mozgov C 31 1-Jul 275 $15,280,000
21 Kamari Murphy PF 23 9-Jun 218 Miami (FL)
0 Yakuba Ouattara SG 25 4-Jun 220
1 D’Angelo Russell PG 21 5-Jun 195 Ohio State $5,562,360
15 Isaiah Whitehead G 22 4-Jun 213 Seton Hall $1,312,611
21 Jacob Wiley SF 23 8-Jun 223 Eastern Washington
44 Tyler Zeller C 27 Jul-00 250 North Carolina $1,709,538
Charlotte Hornets NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
7 Dwayne Bacon SG 22 7-Jun 221 Florida State $815,615
5 Nicolas Batum SG 28 8-Jun 200 $22,434,783
10 Michael Carter-Williams PG 26 6-Jun 190 Syracuse $2,700,000
21 Treveon Graham SG 23 5-Jun 219 Virginia Commonwealth $1,312,611
33 Terry Henderson SG 23 5-Jun 190 North Carolina State $815,615
24 Isaiah Hicks PF 23 9-Jun 242 North Carolina $815,615
12 Dwight Howard C 31 11-Jun 265 $23,500,000
44 Frank Kaminsky PF 24 Jul-00 242 Wisconsin $2,847,600
14 Michael Kidd-Gilchrist SF 24 7-Jun 232 Kentucky $13,000,000
3 Jeremy Lamb SG 25 5-Jun 185 Connecticut $7,000,000
9 Mangok Mathiang PF 25 10-Jun 230 Louisville
1 Malik Monk SG 19 3-Jun 200 Kentucky $2,904,480
8 Johnny O’Bryant III PF 24 9-Jun 257 LSU $1,524,305
4 Marcus Paige PG 24 Jun-00 164 North Carolina
51 Luke Petrasek SF 22 10-Jun 215 Columbia $815,615
32 Julyan Stone PG 28 6-Jun 200 UTEP $1,524,305
15 Kemba Walker PG 27 1-Jun 184 Connecticut $12,000,000
2 Marvin Williams PF 31 9-Jun 237 North Carolina $13,168,750
11 T.J. Williams PG 22 3-Jun 205 Northeastern $815,615
40 Cody Zeller PF 25 Jul-00 240 Indiana $12,584,270
Chicago Bulls NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
15 Ryan Arcidiacono PG 23 3-Jun 195 Villanova
9 Antonio Blakeney SG 21 4-Jun 197 LSU
32 Kris Dunn PG 23 4-Jun 210 Providence $4,046,760
31 Jarell Eddie SG 25 7-Jun 218 Virginia Tech $57,672
6 Cristiano Felicio PF 25 9-Jun 280 $7,833,500
2 Jerian Grant PG 25 4-Jun 198 Notre Dame $1,713,840
7 Justin Holiday SG 28 6-Jun 185 Washington $4,615,385
25 Jaylen Johnson PF 21 9-Jun 230 Louisville $815,615
18 Bronson Koenig PG 22 4-Jun 194 Wisconsin
8 Zach LaVine PG 22 5-Jun 185 UCLA $3,202,218
42 Robin Lopez C 29 Jul-00 277 Stanford $13,788,500
24 Lauri Markkanen PF 20 Jul-00 230 Arizona $3,821,640
44 Nikola Mirotic PF 26 10-Jun 238 $12,500,000
11 David Nwaba PG 24 4-Jun 209 Cal Poly $1,312,611
22 Cameron Payne PG 23 3-Jun 185 Murray State $2,203,440
20 Quincy Pondexter SG 29 7-Jun 225 Washington $3,853,931
5 Bobby Portis PF 22 11-Jun 248 Arkansas $1,516,320
0 Diamond Stone C 20 11-Jun 255 Maryland $1,312,611
45 Denzel Valentine SG 23 6-Jun 214 Michigan State $2,186,400
16 Paul Zipser SG 23 8-Jun 226 $1,312,611
Cleveland Cavaliers NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
81 Jose Calderon PG 36 3-Jun 200 $1,471,382
99 Jae Crowder SF 27 6-Jun 235 Marquette $6,796,117
8 Channing Frye PF 34 11-Jun 255 Arizona $7,420,912
32 Jeff Green SF 31 9-Jun 235 Georgetown $1,471,382
10 John Holland SG 28 5-Jun 205 Boston University
23 LeBron James SF 32 8-Jun 250 $33,285,709
26 Kyle Korver SG 36 7-Jun 212 Creighton $7,000,000
0 Kevin Love PF 29 10-Jun 251 UCLA $22,642,350
16 Cedi Osman SF 22 8-Jun 215 $2,642,857
1 Derrick Rose PG 29 3-Jun 190 Memphis $1,471,382
4 Iman Shumpert SG 27 5-Jun 220 Georgia Tech $10,337,079
5 JR Smith SG 32 6-Jun 225 $13,760,000
3 Isaiah Thomas PG 28 9-May 185 Washington $6,261,395
13 Tristan Thompson C 26 9-Jun 238 Texas $16,400,000
9 Dwyane Wade SG 35 4-Jun 220 Marquette $1,471,382
41 Ante Zizic PF 20 11-Jun 250 $1,645,200
Dallas Mavericks NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
5 J.J. Barea PG 33 Jun-00 185 Northeastern $3,903,900
40 Harrison Barnes SF 25 8-Jun 225 North Carolina $23,112,004
8 Gian Clavell SG 23 4-Jun 185 Colorado State $815,615
30 Seth Curry SG 27 2-Jun 185 Duke $3,028,410
35 PJ Dozier PG 20 6-Jun 205 South Carolina $815,615
11 Yogi Ferrell PG 24 Jun-00 180 Indiana $1,312,611
10 Dorian Finney-Smith F 24 8-Jun 220 Florida $1,312,611
34 Devin Harris PG 34 3-Jun 185 Wisconsin $4,402,546
42 Maximilian Kleber F 25 11-Jun 220 $815,615
23 Wesley Matthews SG 30 5-Jun 220 Marquette $17,884,176
13 Josh McRoberts PF 30 10-Jun 240 Duke $6,021,175
50 Salah Mejri C 31 2-Jul 235 $1,471,382
6 Johnathan Motley PF 22 10-Jun 230 Baylor
3 Nerlens Noel PF 23 11-Jun 220 Kentucky $4,187,599
41 Dirk Nowitzki PF 39 Jul-00 245 $5,000,000
7 Dwight Powell PF 26 11-Jun 240 Stanford $9,003,125
1 Dennis Smith Jr. PG 19 3-Jun 195 North Carolina State $3,218,280
32 Jameel Warney F 23 8-Jun 255 Stony Brook $543,471
18 Maalik Wayns PG 26 1-Jun 195 Villanova $1,471,382
17 Jeff Withey C 27 Jul-00 230 Kansas $1,577,230
Denver Nuggets NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
0 Darrell Arthur PF 29 9-Jun 235 Kansas $7,464,912
5 Will Barton SG 26 6-Jun 175 Memphis $3,533,333
25 Malik Beasley SG 20 5-Jun 196 Florida State $1,700,640
21 Wilson Chandler SF 30 8-Jun 225 DePaul $12,016,854
3 Torrey Craig SG 26 6-Jun 215
35 Kenneth Faried PF 27 8-Jun 228 Morehead State $12,921,348
14 Gary Harris SG 23 4-Jun 210 Michigan State $2,550,055
41 Juan Hernangomez PF 22 9-Jun 230 $2,076,840
15 Nikola Jokic C 22 10-Jun 250 $1,471,382
20 Tyler Lydon PF 21 9-Jun 220 Syracuse $1,579,440
7 Trey Lyles PF 21 10-Jun 234 Kentucky $2,441,400
4 Paul Millsap PF 32 8-Jun 246 Louisiana Tech $31,269,231
11 Monte Morris PG 22 3-Jun 175 Iowa State
0 Emmanuel Mudiay PG 21 5-Jun 200 $3,381,480
27 Jamal Murray G 20 4-Jun 207 Kentucky $3,355,320
1 Jameer Nelson PG 35 Jun-00 190 Saint Joseph’s $4,736,050
24 Mason Plumlee C 27 11-Jun 255 Duke $14,041,096
Detroit Pistons NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
22 Avery Bradley PG 26 2-Jun 180 Texas $8,808,989
25 Reggie Bullock SF 26 7-Jun 205 North Carolina $2,500,000
20 Dwight Buycks PG 28 3-Jun 190 Marquette
0 Andre Drummond C 24 11-Jun 279 Connecticut $23,775,506
8 Henry Ellenson F 20 11-Jun 245 Marquette $1,780,800
9 Langston Galloway SG 25 2-Jun 200 Saint Joseph’s $6,666,667
34 Tobias Harris SF 25 9-Jun 235 Tennessee $16,000,000
1 Reggie Jackson PG 27 3-Jun 208 Boston College $16,000,000
7 Stanley Johnson SF 21 7-Jun 245 Arizona $3,097,800
5 Luke Kennard SG 21 5-Jun 200 Duke $2,759,280
30 Jon Leuer PF 28 10-Jun 228 Wisconsin $10,497,319
51 Boban Marjanovic C 29 3-Jul 290 $7,000,000
44 Luis Montero SG 24 7-Jun 200 Westchester CC
24 Eric Moreland PF 25 10-Jun 238 Oregon State $1,739,333
14 Ish Smith PG 29 Jun-00 175 Wake Forest $6,000,000
43 Anthony Tolliver PF 32 8-Jun 240 Creighton $3,290,000
19 Beno Udrih PG 35 3-Jun 205 $1,471,382
Golden State Warriors NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
2 Jordan Bell PF 22 9-Jun 224 Oregon $815,615
25 Chris Boucher PF 24 10-Jun 200 Oregon
18 Omri Casspi SF 29 9-Jun 225 $1,471,382
30 Stephen Curry PG 29 3-Jun 190 Davidson $34,382,550
35 Kevin Durant SF 29 9-Jun 240 Texas $25,000,000
22 Michael Gbinije SG 25 7-Jun 200 Syracuse $1,312,611
23 Draymond Green PF 27 7-Jun 230 Michigan State $16,400,000
9 Andre Iguodala SF 33 6-Jun 215 Arizona $14,814,815
15 Damian Jones C 22 Jul-00 245 Vanderbilt $1,312,611
34 Shaun Livingston PG 32 7-Jun 192 $7,692,308
5 Kevon Looney SF 21 9-Jun 220 UCLA $1,471,382
0 Patrick McCaw G 21 7-Jun 185 UNLV $1,312,611
1 JaVale McGee C 29 Jul-00 270 Nevada $1,471,382
31 Georges Niang SF 24 6-Jun 231 Iowa State $1,312,611
27 Zaza Pachulia C 33 11-Jun 270 $3,477,600
11 Klay Thompson SG 27 7-Jun 215 Washington State $17,826,150
50 Trevor Thompson C 23 Jul-00 250
3 David West PF 37 9-Jun 250 Xavier $1,471,382
6 Nick Young SG 32 7-Jun 210 USC $5,192,000
Houston Rockets NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
33 Ryan Anderson PF 29 10-Jun 240 California $19,578,455
1 Trevor Ariza F 32 8-Jun 215 UCLA $7,420,912
28 Tarik Black PF 25 9-Jun 250 Kansas $3,290,000
6 Bobby Brown PG 33 2-Jun 175 Cal State Fullerton $1,471,382
15 Clint Capela C 23 10-Jun 240 $2,334,528
14 George de Paula PG 21 6-Jun 194
10 Eric Gordon SG 28 4-Jun 215 Indiana $12,943,020
13 James Harden SG 28 5-Jun 220 Arizona State $28,299,399
42 Nene Hilario C 35 11-Jun 250 $3,477,600
2 Demetrius Jackson PG 23 1-Jun 201 Notre Dame
8 Chris Johnson SG 27 6-Jun 206 Dayton $1,050,961
12 Luc Mbah a Moute PF 31 8-Jun 230 UCLA $1,471,382
0 Cameron Oliver PF 21 8-Jun 239 Nevada $815,615
21 Chinanu Onuaku C 20 10-Jun 245 Louisville $1,312,611
3 Chris Paul PG 32 Jun-00 175 Wake Forest $24,599,495
9 Zhou Qi PF 21 1-Jul 210 $815,615
55 Tim Quarterman SG 22 6-Jun 190 LSU $1,312,611
17 Isaiah Taylor PG 23 3-Jun 170 Texas $1,312,611
4 PJ Tucker SF 32 6-Jun 245 Texas $7,590,035
5 Troy Williams SF 22 7-Jun 218 Indiana $1,471,382
Indiana Pacers NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
13 Ike Anigbogu C 18 10-Jun 250 UCLA $950,000
44 Bojan Bogdanovic SF 28 8-Jun 216 $10,500,000
2 Darren Collison PG 30 Jun-00 175 UCLA $10,000,000
25 Al Jefferson C 32 10-Jun 289 $9,769,821
20 DeQuan Jones SF 27 8-Jun 221 Miami (FL) $1,312,611
6 Cory Joseph PG 26 3-Jun 193 Texas $7,630,000
22 T.J. Leaf PF 20 10-Jun 225 UCLA $2,028,360
10 Trey McKinney-Jones SG 27 5-Jun 220 Miami (FL)
26 Ben Moore PF 22 8-Jun 220 SMU $815,615
4 Victor Oladipo SG 25 4-Jun 210 Indiana $21,000,000
0 Alex Poythress SF 24 7-Jun 238 Kentucky
40 Glenn Robinson III SG 23 6-Jun 222 Michigan $1,524,305
11 Domantas Sabonis PF 21 11-Jun 240 Gonzaga $2,550,000
1 Lance Stephenson SG 27 5-Jun 230 Cincinnati $4,180,000
5 Edmond Sumner PG 21 6-Jun 176 Xavier
33 Myles Turner PF 21 11-Jun 250 Texas $2,569,920
19 Jarrod Uthoff SF 24 9-Jun 221 Iowa $1,312,611
12 Damien Wilkins SG 37 6-Jun 225 Georgia $1,471,382
3 Joe Young PG 25 2-Jun 185 Oregon $1,471,382
21 Thaddeus Young PF 29 8-Jun 221 Georgia Tech $14,996,348
LA Clippers NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
21 Patrick Beverley PG 29 1-Jun 185 Arkansas $5,513,514
7 Sam Dekker SF 23 9-Jun 230 Wisconsin $1,794,600
1 Jawun Evans PG 21 Jun-00 190 Oklahoma State $815,615
8 Danilo Gallinari SF 29 10-Jun 225 $20,559,599
32 Blake Griffin PF 28 10-Jun 251 Oklahoma $29,512,900
5 Montrezl Harrell PF 23 8-Jun 240 Louisville $1,471,382
19 LaDontae Henton SF 25 6-Jun 215 Providence $815,615
11 Brice Johnson F 23 10-Jun 230 North Carolina $1,331,160
33 Wesley Johnson SF 30 7-Jun 215 Syracuse $5,882,260
6 DeAndre Jordan C 29 11-Jun 265 Texas A&M $22,642,350
40 Marshall Plumlee C 25 Jul-00 250 Duke $1,312,611
35 Willie Reed C 27 11-Jun 245 Saint Louis $1,471,382
25 Austin Rivers PG 25 4-Jun 200 Duke $11,825,000
4 Milos Teodosic PG 30 5-Jun 196 $6,000,000
0 Sindarius Thornwell SG 22 5-Jun 215 South Carolina $815,615
12 Tyrone Wallace SG 23 5-Jun 198 California $815,615
9 C.J. Williams SG 27 5-Jun 230 North Carolina State $543,471
23 Lou Williams SG 30 1-Jun 175 $7,000,000
13 Jamil Wilson SF 26 7-Jun 229 Marquette
Los Angeles Lakers NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
2 Lonzo Ball PG 19 6-Jun 190 UCLA $6,286,560
17 Vander Blue SG 25 5-Jun 200 Marquette $1,471,382
66 Andrew Bogut C 32 Jul-00 260 Utah $1,471,382
3 Corey Brewer SG 31 9-Jun 186 Florida $7,579,366
31 Thomas Bryant C 20 10-Jun 248 Indiana $815,615
1 Kentavious Caldwell-Pope SG 24 5-Jun 205 Georgia $17,745,894
4 Alex Caruso SG 23 5-Jun 186 Texas A&M
6 Jordan Clarkson PG 25 5-Jun 194 Missouri $11,562,500
9 Luol Deng SF 32 9-Jun 220 Duke $17,190,000
10 Tyler Ennis PG 23 3-Jun 194 Syracuse $1,524,305
5 Josh Hart SG 22 5-Jun 215 Villanova $1,394,520
14 Brandon Ingram SF 20 9-Jun 190 Duke $5,519,400
0 Kyle Kuzma PF 22 9-Jun 220 Utah $1,423,560
11 Brook Lopez C 29 Jul-00 268 Stanford $22,642,650
7 Larry Nance Jr. PF 24 9-Jun 230 Wyoming $1,471,382
30 Julius Randle PF 22 9-Jun 250 Kentucky $4,149,242
98 Travis Wear SF 27 10-Jun 225 UCLA $874,636
12 Briante Weber PG 24 2-Jun 165 Virginia Commonwealth $1,471,382
40 Ivica Zubac C 20 1-Jul 240 $1,312,611
Memphis Grizzlies NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
4 Wade Baldwin IV PG 21 4-Jun 202 Vanderbilt $1,874,400
24 Dillon Brooks SF 21 6-Jun 220 Oregon $815,615
6 Mario Chalmers PG 31 2-Jun 190 Kansas $1,471,382
11 Mike Conley PG 30 1-Jun 175 Ohio State $28,530,608
23 Deyonta Davis C 20 11-Jun 237 Michigan State $1,312,611
8 James Ennis III SF 27 7-Jun 210 Long Beach State $3,028,410
12 Tyreke Evans SG 28 6-Jun 220 Memphis $3,290,000
33 Marc Gasol C 32 1-Jul 255 $22,642,350
0 JaMychal Green PF 27 9-Jun 227 Alabama $8,533,333
5 Andrew Harrison PG 22 6-Jun 213 Kentucky $1,312,611
32 Vince Hunter SF 23 8-Jun 208 UTEP
1 Jarell Martin PF 23 10-Jun 239 LSU $1,471,382
23 Ben McLemore SG 24 5-Jun 195 Kansas $5,200,000
25 Chandler Parsons SF 28 10-Jun 230 Florida $23,112,004
10 Ivan Rabb PF 20 10-Jun 220 California $950,000
3 Durand Scott SG 27 5-Jun 203 Miami (FL)
7 Wayne Selden SG 23 5-Jun 230 Kansas $1,312,611
2 Kobi Simmons PG 20 4-Jun 170 Arizona
34 Brandan Wright PF 30 10-Jun 235 North Carolina $5,955,760
52 Rade Zagorac SF 22 9-Jun 205 $950,000
Miami Heat NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
13 Bam Adebayo PF 20 10-Jun 255 Kentucky $2,490,360
7 Goran Dragic PG 31 3-Jun 190 $17,000,450
2 Wayne Ellington SG 29 5-Jun 200 North Carolina $6,270,000
4 AJ Hammons C 25 Jul-00 260 Purdue $1,312,611
40 Udonis Haslem PF 37 8-Jun 235 Florida $1,471,382
16 James Johnson PF 30 8-Jun 240 Wake Forest $13,734,000
8 Tyler Johnson SG 25 4-Jun 190 Fresno State $5,881,260
99 DeAndre Liggins SG 29 6-Jun 209 Kentucky $1,577,230
22 Erik McCree SF 23 8-Jun 225 Louisiana Tech $815,615
17 Rodney McGruder SG 26 4-Jun 200 Kansas State $1,312,611
25 Jordan Mickey PF 23 8-Jun 235 LSU $1,471,382
99 Tony Mitchell SF 28 6-Jun 216 Alabama
9 Kelly Olynyk C 26 Jul-00 245 Gonzaga $10,607,169
0 Josh Richardson SG 24 6-Jun 200 Tennessee $1,471,382
11 Dion Waiters SG 25 4-Jun 215 Syracuse $11,000,000
14 Derrick Walton Jr. PG 22 1-Jun 185 Michigan
15 Okaro White PF 25 8-Jun 215 Florida State $1,312,611
21 Hassan Whiteside C 28 Jul-00 265 Marshall $23,775,506
12 Matt Williams SG 23 5-Jun 210 UCF $815,615
20 Justise Winslow SF 21 7-Jun 225 Duke $2,705,040
Milwaukee Bucks NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
34 Giannis Antetokounmpo SF 22 11-Jun 222 $22,471,910
30 Joel Anthony PF 35 9-Jun 245 UNLV $1,471,382
13 Malcolm Brogdon PG 24 5-Jun 215 Virginia $1,312,611
23 Sterling Brown SG 22 6-Jun 230 SMU $815,615
8 Matthew Dellavedova PG 27 4-Jun 198 Saint Mary’s $9,607,500
28 Gerald Green SG 31 7-Jun 205 $1,471,382
31 John Henson PF 26 11-Jun 229 North Carolina $11,422,536
7 Thon Maker PF 20 1-Jul 223 $2,684,160
22 Khris Middleton SF 26 8-Jun 234 Texas A&M $14,100,000
15 Greg Monroe C 27 11-Jun 265 Georgetown $17,884,176
12 Jabari Parker PF 22 8-Jun 250 Duke $6,782,392
0 Gary Payton II PG 24 3-Jun 190 Oregon State $1,312,611
25 Brandon Rush SG 32 6-Jun 220 Kansas $1,471,382
21 Tony Snell SG 25 7-Jun 221 New Mexico $9,887,640
35 Mirza Teletovic PF 32 9-Jun 242 $10,500,000
3 Jason Terry SG 40 2-Jun 185 Arizona $1,471,382
20 Rashad Vaughn SG 21 6-Jun 202 UNLV $1,889,040
5 D.J. Wilson PF 21 10-Jun 236 Michigan $2,135,040
Minnesota Timberwolves NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
45 Cole Aldrich C 28 11-Jun 253 Kansas $7,300,000
8 Nemanja Bjelica PF 29 10-Jun 230 $3,949,999
30 Aaron Brooks PG 32 Jun-00 161 Oregon $1,471,382
3 Anthony Brown SF 25 7-Jun 224 Stanford
23 Jimmy Butler SF 28 8-Jun 236 Marquette $19,301,070
11 Jamal Crawford SG 37 5-Jun 185 Michigan $4,328,000
5 Gorgui Dieng C 27 11-Jun 251 Louisville $14,112,360
13 Marcus Georges-Hunt SG 23 5-Jun 226 Georgia Tech $1,312,611
67 Taj Gibson PF 32 9-Jun 235 USC $14,000,000
10 Amile Jefferson PF 24 9-Jun 222 Duke $815,615
1 Tyus Jones PG 21 2-Jun 184 Duke $1,471,382
15 Shabazz Muhammad SF 24 6-Jun 221 UCLA $1,577,230
24 Justin Patton C 20 Jul-00 236 Creighton $2,247,480
0 Jeff Teague PG 29 2-Jun 189 Wake Forest $19,000,000
32 Karl-Anthony Towns C 21 Jul-00 248 Kentucky $6,216,840
7 Melo Trimble PG 22 3-Jun 202 Maryland $815,615
22 Andrew Wiggins SG 22 8-Jun 202 Kansas $7,574,323
New Orleans Pelicans NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
42 Alexis Ajinca C 29 2-Jul 248 $4,961,798
34 Cliff Alexander PF 21 8-Jun 245 Kansas $874,636
24 Tony Allen SG 35 4-Jun 213 Oklahoma State $1,471,382
3 Omer Asik C 31 Jul-00 255 $10,595,505
2 Ian Clark SG 26 3-Jun 175 Belmont $1,471,382
4 Charles Cooke SG 23 5-Jun 196 Dayton
0 DeMarcus Cousins PF 27 11-Jun 270 Kentucky $18,063,850
27 Jordan Crawford SG 28 5-Jun 195 Xavier $1,709,538
33 Dante Cunningham PF 30 8-Jun 230 Villanova
23 Anthony Davis PF 24 10-Jun 253 Kentucky $23,775,506
13 Cheick Diallo F 21 9-Jun 220 Kansas $1,312,611
44 Solomon Hill SF 26 7-Jun 225 Arizona $12,236,535
11 Jrue Holiday PG 27 4-Jun 205 UCLA $25,686,667
15 Frank Jackson PG 19 3-Jun 205 Duke $815,615
12 Jalen Jones SF 24 7-Jun 220 Texas A&M
1 Perry Jones SF 26 11-Jun 235 Baylor $1,471,382
21 Darius Miller SF 27 8-Jun 225 Kentucky $2,100,000
55 E’Twaun Moore SG 28 4-Jun 191 Purdue $8,445,024
9 Rajon Rondo PG 31 1-Jun 186 Kentucky $3,300,000
14 Martell Webster SF 30 7-Jun 230
New York Knicks NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
31 Ron Baker SG 24 4-Jun 220 Wichita State $4,328,000
8 Michael Beasley SF 28 9-Jun 235 Kansas State $1,471,382
99 Trey Burke PG 24 1-Jun 191 Michigan
21 Damyean Dotson SG 23 5-Jun 210 Houston $1,100,000
3 Tim Hardaway Jr. SG 25 6-Jun 205 Michigan $16,500,000
18 Nigel Hayes SF 22 7-Jun 254 Wisconsin $815,615
14 Willy Hernangomez C 23 11-Jun 240 $1,435,750
5 Jarrett Jack PG 33 3-Jun 200 Georgia Tech $1,471,382
0 Enes Kanter C 25 11-Jun 245 Kentucky $17,884,176
2 Luke Kornet PF 22 1-Jul 250 Vanderbilt
91 Mindaugas Kuzminskas F 27 9-Jun 215 $3,025,035
5 Courtney Lee SG 32 5-Jun 200 Western Kentucky $11,747,890
20 Doug McDermott SF 25 8-Jun 219 Creighton $3,294,994
13 Joakim Noah C 32 11-Jun 230 Florida $17,765,000
11 Frank Ntilikina PG 19 5-Jun 190 $3,501,120
9 Kyle O’Quinn C 27 10-Jun 250 Norfolk State $4,087,500
6 Kristaps Porzingis PF 22 3-Jul 240 $4,503,600
17 Xavier Rathan-Mayes SG 23 4-Jun 208 Florida State $815,615
1 Ramon Sessions PG 31 3-Jun 190 Nevada $1,471,382
42 Lance Thomas SF 29 8-Jun 235 Duke $6,655,325
Oklahoma City Thunder NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
8 Alex Abrines SG 24 6-Jun 190 $5,725,000
12 Steven Adams C 24 Jul-00 255 Pittsburgh $22,471,910
7 Carmelo Anthony SF 33 8-Jun 240 Syracuse $26,243,760
3 Isaiah Canaan PG 26 Jun-00 201 Murray State $1,471,382
6 Semaj Christon PG 24 3-Jun 190 Xavier $1,312,611
4 Nick Collison PF 36 10-Jun 255 Kansas $1,471,382
2 Raymond Felton PG 33 1-Jun 205 North Carolina $1,471,382
23 Terrance Ferguson SG 19 7-Jun 184 $1,785,000
13 Paul George SF 27 9-Jun 220 Fresno State $19,508,958
9 Jerami Grant SF 23 9-Jun 220 Syracuse $1,524,305
25 Daniel Hamilton SG 22 7-Jun 195 Connecticut
34 Josh Huestis SF 25 7-Jun 230 Stanford $1,471,382
44 Dakari Johnson C 22 Jul-00 255 Kentucky $815,615
40 Yannis Morin C 24 10-Jun 210
54 Patrick Patterson PF 28 9-Jun 230 Kentucky $5,192,000
21 Andre Roberson SG 25 7-Jun 210 Colorado $9,259,260
15 Kyle Singler SF 29 8-Jun 228 Duke $4,666,500
0 Russell Westbrook PG 28 3-Jun 200 UCLA $28,530,608
23 Chris Wright SF 29 9-Jun 226 Dayton $980,431
Orlando Magic NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
4 Arron Afflalo SG 31 5-Jun 210 UCLA $1,471,382
14 D.J. Augustin PG 29 Jun-00 183 Texas $7,250,000
24 Khem Birch C 25 9-Jun 220 UNLV $815,615
11 Bismack Biyombo C 25 9-Jun 255 $17,000,000
23 Troy Caupain PG 21 4-Jun 210 Cincinnati $815,615
10 Evan Fournier SG 24 7-Jun 205 $17,000,000
0 Aaron Gordon PF 22 9-Jun 220 Arizona $5,504,420
8 Mario Hezonja SG 22 8-Jun 218 $3,909,840
1 Jonathan Isaac SF 20 10-Jun 210 Florida State $4,186,320
25 Wesley Iwundu SG 22 7-Jun 195 Kansas State $1,050,000
27 Kalin Lucas PG 28 1-Jun 195 Michigan State $1,312,611
7 Shelvin Mack PG 27 3-Jun 203 Butler $6,000,000
33 Adreian Payne PF 26 10-Jun 237 Michigan State
2 Elfrid Payton PG 23 4-Jun 185 Louisiana-Lafayette $3,332,340
6 Rodney Purvis SG 23 4-Jun 205 Connecticut
31 Terrence Ross SG 26 7-Jun 206 Washington $10,500,000
3 Damjan Rudez SF 31 10-Jun 228 $1,471,382
17 Jonathon Simmons SF 28 6-Jun 195 Houston $6,300,000
5 Marreese Speights PF 30 10-Jun 255 Florida $1,471,382
9 Nikola Vucevic C 26 Jul-00 260 USC $12,250,000
Philadelphia 76ers NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
1 Justin Anderson SG 23 6-Jun 230 Virginia $1,579,440
0 Jerryd Bayless PG 29 3-Jun 200 Arizona $9,000,000
23 James Blackmon Jr. SG 22 4-Jun 200 Indiana $815,615
33 Robert Covington SF 26 9-Jun 225 Tennessee State $1,577,230
21 Joel Embiid C 23 Jul-00 250 Kansas $6,100,266
20 Markelle Fultz PG 19 4-Jun 200 Washington $7,026,240
22 Richaun Holmes PF 23 10-Jun 235 Bowling Green $1,471,382
43 Kris Humphries PF 32 9-Jun 235 Minnesota $1,471,382
5 Amir Johnson PF 30 9-Jun 240 $11,000,000
30 Furkan Korkmaz SG 20 7-Jun 190 $1,465,920
7 Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot SG 22 6-Jun 200 $1,386,600
14 James Michael McAdoo SF 24 9-Jun 230 North Carolina
12 T.J. McConnell PG 25 2-Jun 190 Arizona $1,471,382
50 Emeka Okafor C 35 10-Jun 255 Connecticut $1,471,382
8 Jahlil Okafor C 21 11-Jun 260 Duke $4,995,120
0 Jacob Pullen PG 27 1-Jun 200 Kansas State $815,615
17 JJ Redick SG 33 4-Jun 200 Duke $23,000,000
9 Dario Saric SF 23 10-Jun 223 $2,422,560
25 Ben Simmons PG 21 10-Jun 230 LSU $6,168,840
11 Nik Stauskas SG 24 6-Jun 205 Michigan $3,807,147
Phoenix Suns NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
35 Dragan Bender PF 19 1-Jul 225 $4,468,800
2 Eric Bledsoe PG 27 1-Jun 205 Kentucky $14,500,000
1 Devin Booker SG 20 6-Jun 210 Kentucky $2,319,360
4 Tyson Chandler C 35 1-Jul 240 $13,000,000
0 Marquese Chriss F 20 10-Jun 240 Washington $3,073,800
30 Troy Daniels SG 26 4-Jun 205 Virginia Commonwealth $3,408,520
3 Jared Dudley SF 32 7-Jun 240 Boston College $10,000,000
20 Josh Jackson SF 20 8-Jun 200 Kansas $5,090,040
55 Mike James PG 27 1-Jun 195 Lamar
10 Derrick Jones Jr. SF 20 7-Jun 195 UNLV $1,312,611
11 Brandon Knight PG 25 3-Jun 195 Kentucky $13,618,750
21 Alex Len C 24 1-Jul 250 Maryland $4,187,599
22 Elijah Millsap SG 30 6-Jun 225 UAB $1,524,305
25 Alec Peters PF 22 9-Jun 235 Valparaiso
Davon Reed SG 22 6-Jun 210 Miami (FL) $815,615
8 Tyler Ulis PG 21 10-May 160 Kentucky $1,312,611
12 TJ Warren SF 24 8-Jun 215 North Carolina State $3,152,931
15 Alan Williams PF 24 8-Jun 265 UC Santa Barbara $6,000,000
Portland Trail Blazers NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
8 Al-Farouq Aminu SF 27 9-Jun 220 Wake Forest $7,319,035
9 Isaiah Briscoe PG 21 3-Jun 220 Kentucky $815,615
33 Zach Collins C 19 Jul-00 230 Gonzaga $3,057,240
5 Pat Connaughton SG 24 5-Jun 210 Notre Dame $1,471,382
17 Ed Davis PF 28 10-Jun 245 North Carolina $6,352,531
2 Archie Goodwin SG 23 5-Jun 205 Kentucky $1,577,230
4 Maurice Harkless SF 24 9-Jun 220 St. John’s $10,162,922
10 Jake Layman F 23 9-Jun 210 Maryland $1,312,611
11 Meyers Leonard PF 25 1-Jul 255 Illinois $9,904,495
0 Damian Lillard PG 27 3-Jun 195 Weber State $26,153,057
3 CJ McCollum SG 26 3-Jun 190 Lehigh $23,962,573
24 Anthony Morrow SG 32 5-Jun 210 Georgia Tech $1,471,382
6 Shabazz Napier PG 26 1-Jun 175 Connecticut $2,361,360
27 Jusuf Nurkic C 23 Jul-00 280 $2,947,305
50 Caleb Swanigan PF 20 8-Jun 250 Purdue $1,465,920
1 Evan Turner SG 28 7-Jun 220 Ohio State $17,131,148
21 Noah Vonleh PF 22 9-Jun 245 Indiana $3,505,233
23 CJ Wilcox SG 26 5-Jun 195 Washington
Sacramento Kings NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
8 Bogdan Bogdanovic SG 25 6-Jun 205 $9,412,280
15 Vince Carter SG 40 6-Jun 220 North Carolina $8,000,000
0 Willie Cauley-Stein C 24 Jul-00 240 Kentucky $3,704,160
45 Jack Cooley PF 26 10-Jun 274 Notre Dame
5 De’Aaron Fox PG 19 3-Jun 175 Kentucky $4,609,200
20 Harry Giles PF 19 10-Jun 240 Duke $1,859,400
37 Reggie Hearn SG 26 5-Jun 210 Northwestern
24 Buddy Hield SG 23 4-Jun 214 Oklahoma $3,675,480
3 George Hill PG 31 3-Jun 188 IUPUI $20,000,000
25 Justin Jackson SF 22 8-Jun 210 North Carolina $2,365,560
9 Matt Jones SG 22 5-Jun 205 Duke $815,615
41 Kosta Koufos C 28 Jul-00 265 Ohio State $8,393,000
7 Skal Labissiere F 21 11-Jun 225 Kentucky $1,312,611
10 Frank Mason III PG 23 11-May 190 Kansas $1,184,385
13 Georgios Papagiannis C 20 1-Jul 240 $2,301,360
50 Zach Randolph PF 36 9-Jun 250 Michigan State $12,307,692
23 Malachi Richardson SG 21 6-Jun 205 Syracuse $1,504,560
29 JaKarr Sampson SF 24 9-Jun 207 St. John’s
32 David Stockton PG 26 11-May 165 Gonzaga
17 Garrett Temple SG 31 6-Jun 195 LSU $8,000,000
San Antonio Spurs NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
12 LaMarcus Aldridge PF 32 11-Jun 260 Texas $21,461,010
1 Kyle Anderson SG 24 9-Jun 230 UCLA $2,151,704
42 Davis Bertans SF 24 10-Jun 210 $1,312,611
10 Matt Costello SF 24 10-Jun 240 Michigan State
11 Bryn Forbes SG 24 3-Jun 190 Michigan State $1,312,611
16 Pau Gasol PF 37 Jul-00 250 $16,000,000
22 Rudy Gay SF 31 8-Jun 230 Connecticut $8,406,000
20 Manu Ginobili SG 40 6-Jun 205 $2,500,000
14 Danny Green SG 30 6-Jun 215 North Carolina $10,000,000
24 Darrun Hilliard SG 24 6-Jun 220 Villanova
77 Joffrey Lauvergne PF 26 11-Jun 260 $1,524,305
2 Kawhi Leonard SF 26 7-Jun 230 San Diego State $18,868,626
8 Patty Mills PG 29 Jun-00 185 Saint Mary’s $10,714,286
5 Dejounte Murray G 21 5-Jun 170 Washington $1,312,611
9 Tony Parker PG 35 2-Jun 185 $15,453,126
3 Brandon Paul SG 26 4-Jun 200 Illinois $815,615
4 Derrick White PG 23 4-Jun 190 Colorado $1,404,600
Toronto Raptors NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
3 OG Anunoby SF 20 8-Jun 235 Indiana $1,645,200
15 Davion Berry G 25 4-Jun 185
4 Lorenzo Brown PG 27 5-Jun 189 North Carolina State
5 Bruno Caboclo SF 22 9-Jun 205 $2,451,225
10 DeMar DeRozan SG 28 7-Jun 220 USC $27,739,975
9 Serge Ibaka PF 28 10-Jun 235 $20,061,729
7 Kyle Lowry PG 31 Jun-00 205 Villanova $28,703,704
32 KJ McDaniels SG 24 6-Jun 205 Clemson $1,471,382
34 Alfonzo McKinnie F 0 8-Jun 215
0 CJ Miles SF 30 6-Jun 225 $7,936,509
13 Malcolm Miller SF 24 7-Jun 210 Holy Cross
92 Lucas Nogueira C 25 Jul-00 220 $2,947,305
42 Jakob Poeltl C 21 Jul-00 230 Utah $2,825,640
24 Norman Powell SG 24 4-Jun 215 UCLA $1,471,382
43 Pascal Siakam F 23 9-Jun 230 New Mexico State $1,312,611
17 Jonas Valanciunas C 25 Jul-00 255 $15,460,675
23 Fred VanVleet PG 23 Jun-00 195 Wichita State $1,312,611
55 Delon Wright PG 25 5-Jun 190 Utah $1,645,200
Utah Jazz NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
21 Joel Bolomboy PF 23 9-Jun 235 Weber State $1,312,611
13 Tony Bradley C 19 10-Jun 248 North Carolina $1,414,920
10 Alec Burks SG 26 6-Jun 214 Colorado $10,845,506
11 Dante Exum PG 22 6-Jun 190 $4,992,385
15 Derrick Favors PF 26 10-Jun 265 Georgia Tech $12,000,000
27 Rudy Gobert C 25 1-Jul 245 $21,924,719
17 Eric Griffin C 27 8-Jun 205 Campbell
5 Rodney Hood SG 24 8-Jun 206 Duke $2,386,864
2 Joe Ingles SF 30 8-Jun 226 $14,136,364
8 Jonas Jerebko PF 30 10-Jun 231 $4,000,000
6 Joe Johnson SG 36 7-Jun 240 Arkansas $10,505,000
45 Donovan Mitchell SG 21 3-Jun 215 Louisville $2,621,280
30 Nazareth Mitrou-Long SG 24 4-Jun 218 Iowa State $815,615
25 Raul Neto PG 25 1-Jun 179 $1,471,382
23 Royce O’Neale SF 24 6-Jun 226 Baylor $815,615
3 Ricky Rubio PG 26 4-Jun 190 $14,275,000
22 Thabo Sefolosha SF 33 7-Jun 220 $5,500,000
33 Ekpe Udoh PF 30 10-Jun 245 Baylor $3,200,000
16 Nate Wolters PG 26 4-Jun 190 South Dakota State
Washington Wizards NO. NAME POS AGE HT WT COLLEGE 2017-2018 SALARY
3 Bradley Beal SG 24 5-Jun 207 Florida $23,775,506
21 Carrick Felix SG 27 6-Jun 203 Arizona State $1,312,611
8 Tim Frazier PG 26 1-Jun 170 Penn State $2,000,000
13 Marcin Gortat C 33 11-Jun 240 $12,782,609
9 Sheldon Mac SG 24 6-Jun 200 Miami (FL) $1,312,611
28 Ian Mahinmi C 30 11-Jun 262 $1,661,641
1 Chris McCullough PF 22 9-Jun 215 Syracuse $1,471,382
20 Jodie Meeks SG 30 4-Jun 210 Kentucky $3,290,000
5 Markieff Morris PF 28 10-Jun 245 Kansas $8,000,000
12 Kelly Oubre Jr. SF 21 7-Jun 205 Kansas $2,093,040
22 Otto Porter Jr. SF 24 8-Jun 198 Georgetown $24,773,250
7 Devin Robinson SF 22 8-Jun 200 Florida
31 Tomas Satoransky SG 25 7-Jun 210 $3,000,000
30 Mike Scott PF 29 8-Jun 237 Virginia $1,471,382
15 Donald Sloan PG 29 3-Jun 205 Texas A&M $1,471,382
14 Jason Smith PF 31 Jul-00 240 Colorado State $5,225,000
2 John Wall PG 27 4-Jun 210 Kentucky $18,063,850
4 Michael Young F 23 9-Jun 235
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