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Sources: Dennis Schroder, Hawks Agree to Extension

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Dennis Schroder and the Atlanta Hawks have come to terms on a four-year contract extension. The deal is worth $70 million, ESPN.com has learned.

Sources say $62 million of Schroder’s new deal is guaranteed — at a flat annual rate of $15.5 million — with the remaining $8 million achievable through incentives. Schroder becomes the third member of the NBA’s 2013 draft class to land an extension before Monday’s annual Halloween deadline for deals, joining Portland’s C.J. McCollum and Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo.

Source: Marc Stein and Zach Lowe of ESPN

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Sources: Goran Dragic Suffers Torn Left Plantar Fascia, Not Ruled Out for NBA Finals

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Miami’s Goran Dragic has suffered a plantar tear of left foot, source tells ESPN.


Dragic has been able to put pressure on his left foot and hasn’t ruled out returning to play in the NBA Finals, source tells ESPN.


Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

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Sources: Doc Rivers to Meet with 76ers

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Former Clippers coach Doc Rivers will meet with the 76ers in the Philadelphia area, sources tell @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium.

Source: Shams Charania on Twitter

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Sources: Victor Oladipo ‘looking to move on’ from Pacers

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Then there are the other members of the Best Five. [Gordon] Hayward won’t be opting out of his contract unless he has a long-term extension in place, which will be hard for a 30-year-old with a concerning injury history. Indiana is still home for the Haywards, and with Victor Oladipo looking to move on this offseason, according to sources, and Myles Turner possibly in the same boat, there could be an opportunity for Ainge to move Hayward and the abundance of draft picks in his war chest in a mutually agreeable way. Boston won’t have cap space again with three stars locked up long-term, so moving Hayward or Marcus Smart presents one of the few opportunities to get back a player making starter-caliber money.

Source: Jared Weiss of The Athletic

What’s said in here by @JaredWeissNBA about Oladipo and Turner is accurate. The 2 players most likely to be moved before next season based on my convos. 👇🏽

Source: J. Michael on Twitter

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