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RealGM Basketball Wiretap

19 July 2024

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  • Clippers Send Balsa Koprivica, 2030 Second-Round Pick Swap, $4.3M To Jazz As Part Of Kris Dunn Trade

    The Los Angeles Clippers will send Balsa Koprivica, the right to swap second-round picks in 2030, and $4.3 million cash to the Utah Jazz as part of the Kris Dunn deal, sources told Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

    The trade included the Clippers sending Russell Westbrook to the Jazz.

    Westbrook, who agreed to a buyout with the Jazz, is expected to sign for the Nuggets.

  • Russell Westbrook To Sign With Nuggets After Buyout With Jazz

    Russell Westbrook is expected to sign with the Denver Nuggets once he clears waivers following his buyout with the Utah Jazz. Westbrook was traded to the Utah Jazz as part of the Los Angeles Clippers' sign-and-trade for Kris Dunn. Westbrook was previously traded to and bought out by the Jazz in 2023 following his exit from the Los Angeles Lakers.

    In joining the Nuggets, Westbrook will play a reserve role and also be a spot starter. As the Nuggets move younger with the departures of Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Reggie Jackson, the acquisition of Westbrook gives them a veteran presence. Depending on his corner three-point shooting, Westbrook will give the Nuggets a similar element they had in 2023 with Bruce Brown Jr.

    "I think we need some help in the backcourt," Nuggets general manager Calvin Booth told ''Altitude TV'' on Tuesday. "We are going to try to continue to identify that and survey the market. We have a roster spot left and I think if we can add a high-level guard, we will be happy with that."

    Westbrook, who is now represented by Jeff Schwartz after parting ways with his longtime agent Thad Foucher in 2022, averaged 11.1 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.5 assists in 22.5 minutes over 68 games with the Clippers last season. Westbrook's closest tie on the Clippers was Paul George, who also exited the team this offseason. Westbrook picked up his $4 million option with the Clippers to bypass free agency last month.

    After the Clippers were eliminated from the playoffs, a report surfaced that Westbrook had interest in leaving the franchise for a bigger opportunity next season. Westbrook and Nikola Jokic have long had interest in playing with each other.

  • Clippers Acquire Kris Dunn On Three-Year, $17M Sign-And-Trade; Russell Westbrook To Be Bought Out By Utah

    The Los Angeles Clippers have acquired Kris Dunn in a sign-and-trade with the Utah Jazz as they send out Russell Westbrook, a second round pick swap and cash. Westbrook will agree to a buyout with the Jazz for the second time in two years and then join the Denver Nuggets.

    Dunn will join the Clippers on a three-year, $17 million deal. Dunn, who is represented by Bernie Lee, averaged 5.4 points, 2.9 rebounds and 3.9 assists in 18.9 minutes over 66 games last season with the Jazz.

    Westbrook, who is now represented by Jeff Schwartz after parting ways with his longtime agent Thad Foucher in 2022, averaged 11.1 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.5 assists in 22.5 minutes over 68 games with the Clippers last season. Westbrook's closest tie on the Clippers was Paul George, who also exited the team this offseason. Westbrook picked up his $4 million option with the Clippers to bypass free agency last month.

    After the Clippers were eliminated from the playoffs, a report surfaced that Westbrook had interest in leaving the franchise for a bigger opportunity next season. Westbrook and Nikola Jokic have long had interest in playing with each other.

  • Russell Westbrook, Clippers Working On Finding New Team; Nuggets Still Interested

    LA Clippers front office leader Lawrence Frank praised Russell Westbrook at Summer League in Las Vegas. Even as Frank praised Westbrook, he all but said the veteran guard would be playing elsewhere next season.

    "Russ is a tremendous f---ing player. Hall of Fame player. He's one of one for what he's accomplished. Last year was a different role than he's ever played before," Frank said. "Since the time he's opted in and with PG leaving as well, we've kind of worked with his agent to see where there's the best fit for Russ.

    "But we got great respect for Russ. He did a terrific job while he was here and we'll continue to work through his agent to see what the best next steps are."

    The Denver Nuggets have interest in bringing in Westbrook. However, it appears the Nuggets would rather do so by signing him after a waiver, as opposed to trading for Westbrook's $4 million contract. Denver is dealing with tax and apron concerns, and would prefer to add the veteran point guard at nearly half the cap and tax hit on a veteran minimum deal.

    "I think we need some help in the backcourt," Nuggets general manager Calvin Booth told Altitude TV on Tuesday. "We are going to try to continue to identify that and survey the market. We have a roster spot left and I think if we can add a high-level guard, we will be happy with that."

  • Clippers 'Very Disappointed' Kawhi Leonard Pulled From Olympics By USA Basketball

    Lawrence Frank said the Los Angeles Clippers "very disappointed" with USA Basketball's decision to replace Kawhi Leonard on the Olympic team roster last week. USA Basketball implied that Leonard wasn't on the team in a move that was influenced by the Clippers and Team USA officials after seeing him during camp.

    "No, it was USAB's call and I was quite frankly very disappointed with the decision," Frank said. "Kawhi wanted to play. We wanted him to play. I was there the first two practices, he looked very good. Was a full participant in everything that they did. I wasn't there for the third practice where ultimately that was the point where they decided to go in a different direction [last Wednesday].

    "I expressed to them I really wish that they would've given Kawhi more time."

    Frank was asked if Leonard underwent any type of procedures or treatment to his right knee before USA Basketball camp.

    "I'm not going to get into the specifics of kind of what's been happening," Frank said. "All I'll tell you is that he spent a great deal of time getting ready for this. He had a really solid progression. He looked good in the practices."

  • Russell Westbrook Expected To Exit Clippers With Nuggets Considered Frontrunners If He Becomes Free Agent

    Russell Westbrook and the Los Angeles Clippers continue to plan on parting ways this offseason even though he remains in limbo, sources tell Shams Charania of The Athletic. Westbrook exercised his $4 million player option with the Clippers on the eve of free agency. The Denver Nuggets are considered the frontrunner to sign Westbrook should he be waived by the Clippers and become a free agent. The Clippers, however, continue to pursue trade possibilities involving Westbrook.

    Westbrook averaged 11.1 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.5 assists for LA last season. He finished seventh in Sixth Man of the Year voting after playing 57 of his 68 games off the bench for the Clippers.

    Westbrook is represented by Jeff Schwartz.

  • Kawhi Leonard Out For Olympics, Derrick White To Take Roster Spot On Team USA

    Kawhi Leonard will not play for the United States in the Olympics and will be replaced by Derrick White. The statement from USA Basketball suggested that the decision was made by the Los Angeles Clippers and the national team.

    Leonard has not completed a season for the Clippers since 2020 and there were concerns he would be limited for the United States in the Olympics, or it could jeopardize his availability for the start of the season.

    "Kawhi has been ramping up for the Olymplcs over the past several weeks and had a few strong practices in Las Vegas," said USA Basketball in the statement. "He felt ready to compete. However, he respects that USA Basketball and the Clippers determined it's in his best interest to spend the remainder of the summer preparing for the upcoming season rather than participating in the Olympic Games in Paris."

  • RealGM Radio: Keith Smith On The Offseason (Jul 2024)

    Host Danny Leroux and Keith Smith of Spotrac discuss the NBA offseason.

    They discuss how the new CBA has changed things, the rise of the hard caps, which teams did particularly well this July and much more.

    Subscribe to RealGM Radio on Apple Podcasts or via the RSS feed.

  • Paul George Details Negotiations With Clippers Leading To Exit

    Paul George revealed his side of the negotiation story during a recent episode of his podcast, detailing why he left the Los Angeles Clippers for the Philadelphia 76ers. George said the Clippers initially offered him just $60 million over two years last fall.

    "I'm like, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa," George said on his podcast, "Podcast P." "Two years, 60? That's crazy! I'm not signing that."

    George tabled extension talks in February, a few weeks after Kawhi Leonard signed a three-year, $153 million extension with the Clippers. George was interested in a similar to Leonard, but the Clippers offered him less.

    "'We came here together, we want to finish this s- together. I'll take what Kawhi got, I was cool with that and we were still taking less. Kawhi took less, so if Kawhi takes less, I'm not going," he said.

    "It's not about me being paid more than him. I'm going to take what he got.' They didn't want to do that... Let me get to the end of this year and we'll discuss this again."

    George said the Clippers also declined to include a no-trade clause, which led him to request a fourth season that a rival team could also offer in free agency. The Clippers could have paid up to $221 million on a four-year contract, but he was willing to stay for the same amount he could make on the open market.

    "They didn't want to do no trade," George said. "I'm like, all right, well then it only makes sense for me to do four years, $212 million. At least pay me my money. If y'all going to trade me, y'all going to trade me. But at least now I'm not in a situation where I could have got more, had I just gone to free agency, then just take this deal where y'all could ship me.... They didn't want to do that, so now I was like, I'm open to entertaining what's out there."

    George also thought a scenario with the Golden State Warriors was close.

    "That was a real thing that was close to being done," George said of a possible trade to Golden State. "It was very intriguing and it was still an opportunity to stay close to home, stay on the West Coast, and it was a win-win. I think Steph is a unicorn, one of one player, and Joel's a unicorn... So it was kind of like a good situation to be in the middle of, but ultimately the deal didn't go through. I think the Clippers didn't want a certain trade deal that the Warriors were willing to give... but it was close. It'd been dope, man."

    George ultimately preferred to remain with the Clippers and it was their negotiations that led to his exit.

    "Just to put it out there, I never wanted to leave LA initially," George said. "I was not trying to leave LA. LA is home. This is where I wanted to finish at. I wanted to work as hard as possible to win one in LA, that was the goal... the first initial deal was, I thought, kind of disrespectful."

  • Daniel Theis, Pelicans Agree To One-Year, $3M Deal

    Daniel Theis has agreed to sign with the New Orleans Pelicans on a one-year, $3 million deal. Theis finished last season with the Los Angeles Clippers following his trade from the Indiana Pacers. In 69 games with the Clippers, Theis averaged 6.3 points, 4.1 rebounds and 1.0 assists in 16.9 minutes.

    The Pelicans entered the offseason with a need at center as they had anticipated losing Jonas Valanciunas in free agency.

    Theis is represented by Aaron Mintz and Steven Heumann.

 

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