Remember the Orlando Magic ‘asset acquisition’ deal the franchise made with the Chicago Bulls last July? No? Well, here’s your refresher. The Magic took on the $1.83 million salary of Anthony Randolph and received a second round Draft pick in 2015 as well as 2016. Even some cash. In return, Orlando only needed to give up the rights to Milovan Rakovic.
Fast forward to now....
A day after being acquired in a trade with the Chicago Bulls, the Orlando Magic have officially waived Anthony Randolph. Today (July 15th) is Anthony’s birthday. Randolph was set to earn $1,825,359 in the 2014-2015 campaign. That amount is fully guaranteed, counts against this season’s salary cap, and will be fully paid out by the Magic as long as another team doesn’t claim...
Reported first by USA Today Sports’ Sam Amick, the Orlando Magic and Chicago Bulls participated in a minor trade on Monday that has Chicago shedding salary, and Orlando gaining assets such as Anthony Randolph‘s contract in return.
As the Bulls keep clearing space, I’m told they’ll send Anthony Randolph and two second rounders to Orlando. Randolph expected to be waived...
The Orlando Magic have traded the draft rights to Milovan Rakovic to the Chicago Bulls in exchange for Anthony Randolph and their 2nd-round pick in 2015 and 2016, according to Sam Amick of USA Today and Josh Robbins of Orlando Sentinel. The Magic are expected to waive Anthony Randolph, who has averaged...
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The Chicago Bulls will trade Anthony Randolph and two second round picks to the Orlando Magic to clear additional cap space.
Randolph will be waived by the Magic.
The Bulls are trying to fit in Pau Gasol and Nikola Mirotic into their salary cap.
Denver Nuggets general manager Tim Connelly and his scouting department looked tired as they addressed the media assembled at the Pepsi Center after last night’s 2014 NBA first-year player draft.
Tired, but pleased.
The word on the street (does Twitter have a street?) was that the 2014 NBA draft was set to be wild – a ton of talented players in the draft, a ton of moving pieces...
How well did Denver, Minnesota, Oklahoma City, Portland and Utah do on draft day?
Picks/Trades: Jusuf Nurkic (16) | Gary Harris (19) | Nikola Jokic (41)
Traded Pick 11 (Doug McDermott) and Anthony Randolph for picks 16 (Nurkic) and 19 (Harris)
Traded Evan Fournier and pick 56 (Roy Devyn Marble) for Arron Afflalo
Denver maneuvered expertly on draft day, beginning...
Posted to Chicago BullsThe Chicago Bulls landed Doug McDermott in last night’s NBA Draft via a trade with the Denver Nuggets. The Bulls traded the #16 and #19 picks to acquire McDermott who was selected with the 11th overall pick.
Here are the final trade details:
Chicago receives: Doug McDermott (No. 11 overall), Anthony Randolph
Denver receives: Jusuf Nurkic (No. 16), Gary Harris...