Golden State may have additional compensation for ‘bringing an injured player’

Can the Golden State Warriors receive compensation after belatedly confirming that the recruited player will not be able to play for the rest of the season?

On the 13th (Korean time), ‘ESPN’ reported news related to the square trade conducted by Golden State, citing a source.

According to this, the Warriors club discussed with the secretariat throughout the weekend about ways to proceed with the trade as scheduled while protecting the rights of the club.

As the current trade deadline has passed, it is impossible to amend the details of the trade. ESPN said that Golden State is likely to receive additional compensation.

Previously, Golden State sent 2020 2nd overall pick center James Wiseman to the Detroit Pistons and traded Sadike Bay from Detroit to the Atlanta Hawks for five second-round picks to the Portland Trail Blazers for Gary Payton Jr. received Portland received Kevin Knox from Detroit. 온라인바카라

The trade, which involved four teams, four players and five draft picks, fell into mystery when it was revealed that Peyton would be sidelined for the remainder of the season with a core muscle injury.

Peyton, who underwent surgery during the offseason and missed 35 games early in the season, averaged 17 minutes in 15 games, averaging 4.1 points, 2.6 rebounds, 1.5 assists and 1.1 steals. It’s the first season of his three-year deal, and he has two years, $18 million left on his contract.

Golden State acquired him with the expectation that he would help the defense for the rest of the season, but it was later revealed that his appearance this season was dependent on painkillers.

As a result, Portland traded without providing proper medical information to Golden State. A flagrant violation of league rules.

Portland general manager Joe Cronin, who is receiving a stinging gaze, claimed that “Peyton was diagnosed as good to run, and we were confident that there would be no abnormalities in his physical condition,” but according to the results of the investigation, it seems that disciplinary action will not be avoided. ESPN expected disciplinary action, such as fines or the loss of draft picks.

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