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76er Fan Dream Off Season Revised


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Clippers

Clippers

+2 players ($10.0m),
Cap Impact - $1.3M
  • Danny Green
    Danny Green
    SG, 6' 6", -1.37 LEBRON
    Stationary Shooter

    $10.0M

    1yr

    23
  • Furkan Korkmaz
    Furkan Korkmaz
    SG, 6' 7", -1.78 LEBRON
    Movement Shooter

    $5.0M

    2yrs

    23

+1  Wins

+13.96  MPG

-2.32  Off.

+0.99  Def.

Magic

Magic

+3 players ($44.1m),
Cap Impact + $15.2M
  • Tobias Harris
    Tobias Harris
    PF, 6' 8", 0.74 LEBRON
    Shot Creator

    $37.6M

    2yrs

    23
  • Matisse Thybulle

    TO

    Matisse Thybulle
    SG, 6' 5", -0.15 LEBRON
    Team Option | Stretch Big

    $4.3M

    1yr

    23
  • Jaden Springer
    Jaden Springer
    SG, 6' 4", -1.01 LEBRON
    Roll + Cut Big

    $2.1M

    3yrs

    23

+10  Wins

+63.37  MPG

+0.43  Off.

+3.73  Def.

76ers

76ers

+5 players ($80.0m) +1 pick,
Cap Impact + $32.3M
  • Marcus Morris Sr.
    Marcus Morris Sr.
    PF, 6' 8", -1.82 LEBRON
    Shot Creator

    $16.3M

    2yrs

    13
  • Andrew Wiggins
    Andrew Wiggins
    SF, 6' 7", 0.4 LEBRON
    Shot Creator

    $33.6M

    1yr

    10
  • draft-pick-player

    2022 - Round 1

    #28
    10
  • Roster Moves
  • James Harden

    FA

    James Harden
    SG, 6' 5", 3.13 LEBRON
    Re-Sign Free Agent | Shot Creator

    $30.0M

    4yrs

    23
  • Andre Drummond

    FA

    Andre Drummond
    C, 6' 10", 1.99 LEBRON
    FA Signing | Roll + Cut Big

    $3.5M

    1yr

    23
  • Gary Harris

    FA

    Gary Harris
    SG, 6' 4", -1.96 LEBRON
    FA Signing | Stationary Shooter

    $8.0M

    3yrs

    23
  • Notes

    Re-signed free agent James Harden to a 4 year contract worth $120.0M.

    2022 $30.0M • 2023 $30.0M • 2024 $30.0M • 2025 $30.0M

    Signed free agent Andre Drummond to a 1 year contract worth $3.5M.

    2022 $3.5M

    Signed free agent Gary Harris to a 3 year contract worth $24.0M.

    2022 $8.0M • 2023 $8.0M • 2024 $8.0M

+9  Wins

+39.86  MPG

+5.09  Off.

+0.23  Def.

Warriors

Warriors

+3 players ($36.6m) +1 pick,
Cap Impact + $2.9M
  • Harrison Barnes
    Harrison Barnes
    PF, 6' 8", -0.68 LEBRON
    Stationary Shooter

    $18.3M

    1yr

    26
  • Richaun Holmes
    Richaun Holmes
    C, 6' 10", -0.74 LEBRON
    Roll + Cut Big

    $11.2M

    3yrs

    26
  • draft-pick-player

    2022 - Round 1

    #23
    23
  • Roster Moves
  • Gary Payton II

    FA

    Gary Payton II
    PG, 6' 3", 1.91 LEBRON
    Re-Sign Free Agent | Stretch Big

    $7.0M

    3yrs

    10
  • Notes

    Re-signed free agent Gary Payton II to a 3 year contract worth $21.0M.

    2022 $7.0M • 2023 $7.0M • 2024 $7.0M

+3  Wins

+43.04  MPG

-0.08  Off.

+0.18  Def.

Kings

Kings

+2 players ($28.9m),
Cap Impact - $667K
  • Terrence Ross
    Terrence Ross
    SG, 6' 6", -4.59 LEBRON
    Secondary Ball Handler

    $11.5M

    1yr

    22
  • Jonathan Isaac
    Jonathan Isaac
    PF, 6' 11"

    $17.4M

    3yrs

    22

-6  Wins

-57.46  MPG

-1.00  Off.

-2.18  Def.

Trade #1: Danny Green and Furkan Korkmaz for Marcus Morris

Why do the Clippers do this? They just resigned Robert Covington to a 2 Yr/$24 million contract. Along with that, they also have Nic Batum still on the roster. Morris becomes expendable. Danny Green's non-guaranteed contract makes this more appeasing for the Clippers. They clear major tax money.

Why do the 76ers do this? As you'll see in later trades, this trade fills the void at the 4. Morris brings a grittiness that this team desperately needs.

Trade #2: Tobias Harris, Matisse Thybulle, and Jaden Springer to Orlando; Jonathan Isaac and Terrence Ross to Sacramento; Harrison Barnes, Richaun Holmes and the 23rd pick to Golden State; Andrew Wiggins and the 28th pick to Philly

Why do the Magic do this? They need more help on the wing. With Franz Wagner, Chuma Okeke, WCJ, and the 1st overall pick (likely to be Jabari Smith or Chet) all in the front court, the Magic are OK with moving Isaac. They get better perimeter defense in Matisse. Springer is thrown in for taking on Harris' deal. Springer is a project who the Magic could develop or flip. Given they have so much cap space, the 76ers target Orlando to dump Harris, and they succeed in doing so, giving up Matisse and Springer to do so.

Why do the Kings do this? For one, Holmes is better than a backup. Sabonis is the team's starting 5, so they need to find Holmes a new home given that he is a starting caliber center in this league. Secondly, Barnes is on an expiring deal. While he may resign, it may better to move him to a contender in favor of someone younger and on a controllable contract. Enter Jonathan Isaac. Isaac would fit in great at the 4 next to Sabonis, taking on the tougher matchups so Sabonis can stay fresh on the offensive end.

Why do the Warriors do this? While Andrew Wiggins is vital to the team's success, Barnes is only a few years older and in his prime. He is going to demand much less money than Wiggins will when they both hit free agency next summer. This is important considering the Warriors will need to bring back Poole and Gary Payton as well.

Why do the 76ers do this? Andrew Wiggins would be a great 3 for this team. His defense and shot creation would work exceptionally well between Maxey and Embiid.

FA Signings:

Gary Harris: 3 YR/$24 Million Contract

Andre Drummond: 1 YR/$3.5 Million Contract

Draft Selection:

28th pick: Andrew Nembhard


76ers Starters: Maxey, Harden, Wiggins, Morris, Embiid

Bench: Nembhard, Milton, Harris, Niang, Drummond

Kings Starters:Fox, Ivey, Holiday, Isaac, Sabonis

Bench: Mitchell, DiVincenzo (resign), Ross, Lyles, Metu

Warriors Starters: Curry, Thompson, Barnes, Draymond, Holmes

Bench: Poole, Payton (resign), Moody, Kuminga, Wiseman

Clippers Starters: Jackson, PG, Kawhi, Covington, Zubac

Bench: Powell, Kennard, Mann, Korkmaz, Batum

Magic Starters: Fultz, Suggs, Wagner, Smith/Chet, Carter Jr.

Bench: Anthony, Hampton, Thybulle, Harris, FA center


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