Dallas Lone Ranger traded Josh Richardson to Boston Celtics. Richardson will implement his $11.6 million player option for the 2021-22 season. Subsequently, ESPN salary expert Bobby Marx revealed that the Celtics sent a special case of $11 million.
It is revealed that the transaction will be completed before Richardson’s salary rises to $11.6 million on July 31 local time. After the completion of the transaction, the salary space of the lone ranger may rise to $33 million, but part of it may be spent on Tim Hardaway Jr.
Richardson, who was selected by the heat in the 40th place in 2015, won a four-year contract renewal of US $42 million in 2017. In 2018-19, he played his career masterpiece, averaging 16.6 points per game. In the summer of 2019, Richardson was traded to 76 people in the four party transaction involving Butler. In the summer of 2020, 76 people traded Richardson for Seth curry. Last season, Richardson played 59 games on behalf of the lone ranger, averaging 12.1 points and hitting 42.7%.
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