According to reporter Jake Fisher of 『Yahoo Sports』, Sacramento put ‘Dunkman’ Rion Holmes (forward, 203cm, 107kg) on the trade block.
Sacramento hired manager Mike Brown this summer. Coach Brown has ruled out Holmes as a major player this season. Last season, ahead of the trade deadline, Domantas Sabonis joined, reducing his position, but he is not getting moderate use as a backup center.
He has only made 26 appearances this season. He was averaging 2.7 points (.633 .667 .778) and 2 rebounds in 9 minutes per game. Compared to his last season alone, where he posted 10.4 points and 7 rebounds in an average of 23.9 minutes, his overall decline is palpable. because he can’t run
In the last 2020-2021 season, 카지노 he had the best season of his life. Compared to 14.2 points, 8.3 rebounds, 1.7 assists and 1.6 blocks, playing 29.2 minutes per game as a starting player in all 61 games, the playing time decreased as the season went on, and the resulting decline in performance was clearly noticeable.
The key is whether Sacramento can trade. He deserves attention in Holmes if he needs a backup center or wants to step into an inside power boost. He deserves to be asked for a deal, starting with the Brooklyn Nets, who need to fill the heights.
However, the length of Holmes’ contract is the key. His contract is up to the 2024-2025 season. This is because it is classified as a player option in the final year of the contract. In other words, his contract is worth about 25 million dollars for 2 years, even if he excludes this season.
He signed a new contract with Sacramento in the summer of 2021. Sacramento signed Holmes to a four-year, $46.5 million contract. He showed potential and got a contract worth more than 11 million dollars a year. I decided to hold him for a long time while holding the player option.
However, Holmes has been slowing down somewhat since the contract. The last 2020-2021 season mentioned earlier is before signing a long-term contract. Unfortunately, in his first season after the contract, the 2021-2022 season was only as good as the previous season, and he is not even getting a chance to play this season.
What is clear is that given the current terms of the contract and Holmes’ performance, the value for him is too low. Even during the season, he rarely got a chance. Considering that Sacramento decided to receive trade inquiries when his value was at a low point, it is assumed that he was aiming for a simple disposal.
Meanwhile, Sacramento is doing very well this season. He is currently ranked 4th in the Western Conference with a record of 22 wins and 18 losses. In the meantime, it has been consistently far from the playoffs, but this season, it is in the upper-middle ranks beyond entering the middle ranks.