The $ 20 million a year price for Grant seems too high for Denver
It looks like a year with Jerami Grant is all the nuggets will get, as Athletic’s Shams Charania reports that Grant will sign with the Detroit Piston for three years and $ 60 million.
Free agent Jerami Grant has agreed to a three-year, $ 60 million deal with the Detroit Pistons, according to @TheAthleticNBA @Stadium sources. Deal negotiated by Agent Mike Kneisley.
Grant was a sought-after free agent, but it looked like Denver was in the driver’s seat. They’d traded first-round selections for him and made it to the Western Conference final after he’d started taking the lion’s share of the minutes and playing alongside Jokic. His play in the Orlando NBA bubble increased his stocks and it looks like he made money off that alleged $ 20 million a year number.
It’s unclear how that money works for Detroit (who added several great men in the free agency today), and in fact, it may be part of a sign and trade, possibly for Blake Griffin or another player on the Pistons.
Total speculation, but could this be Plumlee and Grant S&T for Blake Griffin? Is that what Detroit is doing?
Anyway, this is a major blow to the nuggets. Grant proved his worth for the nuggets in the postseason, looking alongside Michael Porter Jr. As part of a long-term starter. at the front position. Skillfully defending Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, LeBron James, Anthony Davis and Donovan Mitchell, he showed his versatility in position while posing offensively as a threat to shot and blow.
The nuggets are in a difficult position and have few resources to replace it. There’s no telling what the nuggets will do at this point.
Jerami Grant, Detroit Pistons, Denver Nuggets, Oklahoma City Thunder, Free Agent
World News – USA – Report: Jerami Grant leaves Denver to sign a three-year deal worth $ 60 million with to sign Detroit
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