• Paul George's stunning $134 million contract with the Thunder has 'emboldened' teams to take one of the biggest risks in the NBA

    4 monthes ago - By Chron

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    The Oklahoma City Thunder's gamble for Paul George paid off when they re-signed him to a four-year, $137 million contract this offseason.
    The Toronto Raptors are taking a similar gamble by trading for Kawhi Leonard one year before his free agency, with rumors suggesting he already has decided to play in Los Angeles in 2019.
    Teams may now be emboldened to try trading for superstars with one year left on their contracts if the Raptors' gamble on Leonard works out.
    A new trend may be emerging in the NBA over how teams handle superstars before they hit free agency.
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  • Paul George's stunning $134 million contract with the Thunder has 'emboldened' teams to take one of the biggest risks in the NBA

    Paul George's stunning $134 million contract with the Thunder has 'emboldened' teams to take one of the biggest risks in the NBA

    4 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The Oklahoma City Thunder's gamble for Paul George paid off when they re-signed him to a four-year, $137 million contract this offseason.
    The Toronto Raptors are taking a similar gamble by trading for Kawhi Leonard one year before his free agency, with rumors suggesting he already has decided to play in Los Angeles in 2019.
    Teams may now be emboldened to try trading for superstars with one year left on their contracts if the Raptors' gamble on Leonard works out.
    A new trend may be emerging in the NBA over how teams handle superstars before they hit free agency.
    When a star is approaching...
    Read more ...