The Oklahoma City thunder are expected to shop Steve Novak and Perry Jones III in trade scenarios with the team over the luxury tax. The Thunder currently are on pace to have a $24 million luxury tax payment at the end of next season. Oklahoma City matched the Blazers' offer sheet for Enes Kanter.
Utah Jazz: Steve Novak Trade Grade By Tashan Reed: Staff Writer/Hoopstuff.. Raptors receive: Diante Garrett – PG Jazz receive: Steve Novak – SF and a future 2nd round draft pick Raptors receive: Diante Garrett – PG Jazz receive: Steve Novak – SF and a future 2nd round draft pick The Utah Jazz ranked 25th in the league in 3pt% last year, making only 34.4% of their attempts...
Getty Images The Raptors continue to make news this offseason after resigning Kyle Lowrie and now trading Steve Novak; he will look to reinvent his career in Utah. He hasn’t done much since being in Toronto but he is still only 31 years old and still might have time time to turn around his career. Toronto has traded Steve Novak to the Utah Jazz, league source tells Yahoo Sports...
The Toronto Raptors have acquired Steve Novak and a future second-round draft pick from the Raptors in exchange for Diante Garrett, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. Garrett is expected to be waived by the Raptors. He has a non-guaranteed $915,000 deal on his contract. This trade clears up around... The post Jazz Trade For Steve Novak appeared first on Hoops-Nation.
The Toronto Raptors have traded Steve Novak to the Utah Jazz for a non-guaranteed player to be waived according to Adrian Wojnarowski. The move helps keep GM Masai Ujiri below the luxury tax line and opens up a roster spot.
The Toronto Raptors have traded Steve Novak to the Utah Jazz. Along with Novak and the two years and $7.2 million left on his contract, the Raptors will send a future second-round draft pick to Utah, sources said. The Jazz will send the Raptors Diante Garrett, who, with a $915,000 non-guaranteed deal for this season, will be waived, sources said. Novak was acquired last offseason...
First of all, speaking as a basketball fan primarily – how great have these playoffs been? With every night of games and every matchup, I’ve yet to be disappointed. Well, other than Chicago’s attempt at what it calls ‘offense’ but I’ve grown numb to that failure in motion. Anyway, Toronto and Brooklyn has been pretty awesome, eh? The young Raptors who don’t know any...
An interview with Toronto Raptors veteran Steve Novak about the benefits of having a veteran bench to lean on heading into the playoffs.
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