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Wizards offer John Wall $168 million 'supermax' contract

02 July 2017

KCP and Otto Porter would be good fits for the Sixers, and possibly Porter more than KCP, with Furkan Korkmaz officially said to be coming over from Turkey for this coming season.

From Porter's perspective, it makes sense for him to test free agency, because it's really a win-win scenario for him.

The Sixers would have to shell out money to get the restricted free agents in order to avoid the Pistons and Wizards, respectively, from matching the contract offers.

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Conflicting reports, however, point toward Washington wanting to re-sign Porter at all costs. "And Otto Porter is going to be at the top of that list, even at $100 million".

Wall has all the time in the world to consider everything. He finished last season averaging 13.4 points per game, 6.4 rebounds per game, and 1.5 steals game, while shooting 51.6% from the floor, and 43.4% from three-point land. After his breakout year, it appears teams are lining up to sign the 24-year old to an offer sheet, knowing that it is most likely an over pay. But considering all of the other suitors interested in George, as well as the Indiana Pacers' reported high price tag, it's unlikely the trade would happen.

"I just want to kind of see what they do throughout free agency, talk to my family, talk to my agency and my managers and see what we want to do", Wall recently told The Washington Post."It's definitely a place I want to be ..."

Wizards offer John Wall $168 million 'supermax' contract