The Thunder used the remainder of this year’s non-taxpayer mid-level exception — a little over $3.87MM — in Gabriel Deck‘s creatively constructed four-year contract, Keith Smith of Yahoo Sports tweets. The remainder of the contract includes a non-guaranteed salary of $3,676,852 next season; A non-guaranteed $3,483,334 in 2022/23, with the guarantee kicking in if he’s on the roster after 9/20/22; And a non-guaranteed $3,483,334 in the final season, including a team option. He’d be a restricted free agent in 2023 or unrestricted in 2024.
We have more contract-related news:
- Lamar Stevens received more than triple of the prorated minimum, $652,366 rather than $203,043, from the Cavaliers for the remainder of the season, Bobby Marks of ESPN tweets. However, the remainder of Stevens’ four-year contract offers no salary protections or guaranteed dates in any of the years.
- Rockets big man Kelly Olynyk earned a $1MM incentive bonus after playing his 1,493rd minute this season, Marks tweets. Olynyk will be an unrestricted free agent after the season.
- ICYMI, we broke down all the dead money teams are carrying on their caps this season, with the Pistons leading the pack. Check out our story here.
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