2022 NBA Offseason Thread: MEDIA DAY SHENANIGANS COMING SOON

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The offseason is the real season for many teams & fans. Should be no shortage of shenanigans this sunmer.

June 29
  • Last day for decisions on player, team, and early termination options (certain contracts will require earlier decisions).
  • Last day for teams to make qualifying offers to players eligible for restricted free agency.
June 30
July 1
  • Official start of the 2022/23 NBA league year.
  • Moratorium period begins.
  • Restricted free agents can sign an offer sheet.
  • Teams can begin signing players to rookie scale contracts, minimum salary contracts, and two-way contracts.
  • Teams can begin exercising the third- or fourth-year team options for 2023/24 on rookie scale contracts.
July 6
  • Moratorium period ends (11:01am CT)
  • Teams can begin officially signing players, extending players, and completing trades (11:01am CT).
  • The two-day period for matching an RFA offer sheet signed during the moratorium begins.
July 7-17
  • Las Vegas Summer League.
July 13
  • Last day for teams to unilaterally withdraw qualifying offers to restricted free agents.
August 31
  • Last day for teams to waive players and apply the stretch provision to their 2022/23 salaries.
September 5
  • Last day for teams to issue required tenders to unsigned second-round picks; those players become free agents on September 6 if not tendered.
Late September (specific dates TBA)
  • Training camps open.
 
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The Thunder really just drafted 2 dudes with the exact same name. There's going to be 3 Williams' on the roster. Jalen, Jaylin, and Kenrich
 
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Don’t max Zion. Don’t want to hear about how it was a bad move for the next 2-3 years. Will be annoying.
 
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brown for KD


but we all know only miami and OKC have the assets. :smile:

KD to miami, come have your chance papa

lowry, herro and a pick plus they can have duncan robinson too

who says no ?
 
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kinda insane that Brooklyn may be shutting down "7-11" after a couple seasons. never thought it would unravel this quickly
in the end, i think ownership and management will probably bend. no way they go into the season with ben and a disgruntled kd
 
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Yes, the Knicks received three future first-round picks on Thursday. But those picks have protections. The 2025 first-round pick is top-four protected from the Milwaukee Bucks. It’s fair to assume that the pick will land in the bottom-third of the first round.

The 2023 Washington pick is protected top 14 and the 2023 Detroit pick is protected top 18.

Basically, the Knicks need the Wizards to make the playoffs and the Pistons to make the play-in tournament to earn those picks in 2023.

Overall, New York now has 11 future first-round picks and 11 future second-round picks over the next seven years.

Seems like a pretty safe bet some of these picks will be used to shed salary, or make a play for a legitimate trade
 
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Gotta waive Gibson, then dump Burks and/or Noel to get closer to Brunson's max.
 
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