NBA Free Agency Update on Who’s Staying

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Millsap, Green, Buttler, Dragic… These players are staying. Here’s an update on decisions announced since Wednesday evening.

Paul Millsap:
While he had an Orlando Magic offer of $80 million over four years, Paul Millsap has verbally agreed to stay with the Atlanta Hawks. He agreed to a $59 million over three seasons, with an exit clause in two years, to return to the market when salaries will have increased thanks to the new TV contract.

Draymond Green:
On Wednesday the negotiations between Draymond Green and Golden State Warriors were deadlocked but later he announces that he continues the adventure with the defending champions for five years. He is expected to sign for $85 million. Its representatives were based, apparently, on the agreement between Kris Middleton and Milwaukee $70 million over five years, the same as Brandon Knight with Phoenix.

Jimmy Buttler:
Jimmy Buttler is staying with the Chicago Bulls with a $90 million over five years. The Bulls have also got an agreement with Mike Dunleavy at $15 million over three years. Either the same salary as other winger, Kyke Singler, Oklahoma City ($ 25 million, € 22.6 million over five years).

Goran Dragic;
This point guard/shooting guard also received the same deal as Buttler with $90 million over five years with the Miami Heat who’s happy to receive him.

Mike Dunleavy:
The Chicago Bulls where fast on their feet in getting an agreement with Mike Dunleavy at $15 million over three years. Same salary as another small forward/shooting guard, Kyke Singler from Oklahoma City $ 25million over five years.

Tristan Thompson:
Very good in the playoffs, Tristan Thompson will imitate Kevin Love by staying with the Cleveland Cavaliers for $80 million over five years.

Omer Asik:
New Orleans Pelicans has also completed its center by offering the largest in NBA history to Anthony Davis and by reaching an agreement with Alexis Ajinca, they also retained their center, Omer Asik for $60 million over 5 years.

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