Dewayne Dedmon agrees to sign with Atlanta Hawks, per report

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Dewayne Dedmon will sign a new deal with the Atlanta Hawks, according to The Vertical’s Shams Charania. The deal will reportedly be for two years and $14 million with a player option in the second year. Dedmon has played four seasons in the NBA, most recently with the San Antonio Spurs. He averaged just over 17 minutes per game, putting up 5.1 points and 6.5 rebounds per game. Dedmon is a 7’0 center who could likely start for the Hawks after the team traded away Dwight Howard to the Hornets.

The Celtics were scheduled to pay Bradley $8.8 million for the 2017-18 season, the final year of his deal. Instead, they save $3.4 million by taking on Morris’ $5.4 million contract, which expires at the end of the 2019 season.

Myles Jack Mens Jersey Bradley continued his progression as one of the NBA’s premier two-way guards, averaging 16.3 points and 6.1 rebounds per game on 39 percent shooting from downtown. He became one of the league’s best defenders at the two spot, often defending the dynamic opposing guards his All-Star teammate Isaiah Thomas couldn’t.

Morris is a gifted volume scorer at the forward spot, averaging 14 points per game for the Pistons last season. He joins a crowded Boston frontcourt, also featuring Hayward, Jae Crowder, Jaylen Brown and Jayson Tatum — the third-overall pick in this year’s NBA draft. Morris could also be a replacement for Crowder, who is rumored to be part of a sign-and-trade to the Jazz in exchange for Hayward.

But fortune favors the bold, not the exceedingly patient. Ainge may have the last laugh in five years, but there’s a price to waiting for the perfect opportunity instead of pouncing on repeated good ones.

The East already stunk, and now it’s lost Jimmy Butler and Paul George in the span of eight days, with Paul Millsap possibly next. Dion Waiters might make the All-Star team next year!