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Emeka Okafor has joined the 76ers on a camp deal looking to make a comeback in the NBA. It's hard to believe but Okafor hasn't played in the NBA since 2012 for the Wizards. (Source: Sixers PR on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: With Jahlil Okafor on the block and Joel Embiid (knee) injured, Okafor could be a solid veteran addition for this young team. If Okafor is healthy, he could see a handful of minutes this season.

Dwayne Wade and the Bulls reached a buyout agreement on Sunday afternoon. Wade will become an unrestricted free agent and is free to sign with any team. Wade has expressed his own interest in the Lakers, Heat, and Cavaliers with the Spurs and Thunder also interested. (Source: KC Johnson on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Wade isn't the same fantasy player as he once was but he's still D-Wade. Maybe a late-round flier if he signs in a fantasy-friendly situation. A return to the Heat makes sense for fantasy owners.

Cliff Alexander joins the Pelicans on a camp deal. With Dante Cunningham back, Alexander isn't a lock to make the 15-man roster. (Source: Mike Scotto on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Alexander isn't a fantasy option as he was out of the NBA last season after spending 2015 with the Blazers.

John Jenkins has joined the Hawks camp looking to possibly make the team as a backup to Kent Bazemore and Marco Belinelli. (Source: Mike Scotto on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Jenkins could make the 15-man roster as the fifth guard on the Hawks. He played in just four games last season for the Suns so he's not a fantasy option.

Joel Anthony has joined the Bucks on a camp deal on Sunday. Anthony spent time with the Spurs last season but is behind Thon Maker, Greg Monroe, and John Henson. A trade of Monroe or Henson could open up a handful of minutes for Anthony. (Source: Bucks on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: At center this season, Monroe is the premier option but he's best in the middle of drafts as he isn't the starting center. Thon Maker has a long way to go before he's fantasy relevant.

DeAndre Liggins has been traded to the Hawks on Sunday and is expected to be waived in the coming days. This is a luxury tax move for the Clippers and Liggins will have to look for a new team after being waived by Atlanta. (Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Liggins is a plus defender so teams could be interested in his services. Continue to leave him off fantasy rosters again this season.

Alex Len officially signs his $4.2 million qualifying offer on Sunday. Len will look to supplant Tyson Chandler as the starting center as Alan Williams is dealing with a knee injury. (Source: Shams Charania on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Len all of a sudden is an important piece to the Sun's start of the season. With Alan Williams injured, Len will slide into the starting center spot alongside Eric Bledsoe, Devin Booker, TJ Warren and Marquese Chriss on opening night. Draft Len in later rounds in re-draft leagues.

Isaiah Canaan joins the Thunder on a camp deal with the team after the team didn't sign G Trey Burke. Canaan will slide in behind Raymond Felton and Semaj Christon making him an outside chance to make the team. (Source: Darren Wolfson on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Canaan was a backup in Chicago last season and had no fantasy value. He's at best third-in-line to back up Russell Westbrook so there's no fantasy value here.

Nikola Mirotic has agreed to a two-year $27 million deal with the Chicago Bulls on Sunday. Mirotic isn't a lock for the starting PF spot this season with Lauri Markkanen being a first-round pick and Bobby Portis backing him up. (Source: Shams Charania on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Lauri Markkanen is the Dynasty add here while he figures to see the most work on a young team looking to see what talent they have. Mirotic is a three-point marksman at best this season.

Trey Burke will not sign with the Oklahoma City Thunder, updating a previous post. Burke could still sign on with the team or sign elsewhere. (Source: Shams Charania on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Thunder already have Semaj Christon and Raymond Felton backing up Russell Westbrook. Burke may find it tough to sign on with a team this season.

Thomas Robinson signs with BC Khimki for next season in Russia. It's surprising he couldn't land a deal in the NBA but he may be able to return to the NBA before the postseason. (Source: BC Khimki on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Robinson was a solid fantasy option when he got his chance in Brooklyn and Los Angeles. Robinson will remain off fantasy lineups this season.

Jarell Eddie agrees to a non-guaranteed deal with the Bulls. Eddie played for the Suns last season and played sparingly shooting just 31%. Eddie could make the roster if Dwayne Wade is bought out. (Source: Real GM)

Fantasy Impact: Eddie is unlikely to make any fantasy waves this season even if Wade is moved. Kris Dunn and Zach LaVine are the guards to own in Chicago.

Chasson Randle has been waived by the Knicks after the Carmelo Anthony deal. The Knicks signed Jarrett Jack and Tim Hardway leaving little minutes left. (Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Randle will look to pick up another deal somewhere else but he could be waiting. Tim Hardaway is the guard to own in New York.

Doug McDermott has been traded to the Knicks in exchange for Carmelo Anthony. McDermott is joined by Enes Kanter while the Thunder also include a 2018 second-round pick from the Bulls. McDermott could slide into the starting SF role in New York with Lance Thomas also seeing more minutes. (Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: McDermott has a chance to provide late-round value here and could be the big winner of this deal in fantasy land. Carmelo joins Russell Westbrook and Paul George making him the third option on the solid team. McDermott should be an option late in re-draft leagues.

Enes Kanter has been traded to the Knicks along with Doug McDermott and a draft pick in exchange for Carmelo Anthony. Kanter will backup Willy Hernangomez while pushing the overpaid Joakim Noah down the bench. (Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Kanter is likely to see his usual 20 minutes in New York playing a mix of four and five. He probably doesn't benefit much from this deal as Doug McDermott benefits more.

Carmelo Anthony will be traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott, and a 2018 second-round draft pick according to league sources. (Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: It's been an entire offseason of uncertainty with Carmelo and the Knicks and it will now finally come to an end. At 33 years old, Anthony is no longer the same player he once was, but he'll be the final piece to an All-Star trio made up of Russell Westbrook and the also newly acquired Paul George. All three players have been their team's primary scorers in the past so it'll be interesting to see how they will gel. A dip in scoring would not be a surprise.

Kris Humphries has agreed to terms with the 76ers on a non-guaranteed deal. Humphries will provide a veteran leader behind these young bigs in Joel Embiid, Dario Saric and Richaun Holmes. (Source: Yahoo Sports)

Fantasy Impact: Humphries isn't expected to see many minutes but could pick up a few more if Jahlil Okafor is traded and/or Joel Embiid misses any time. Leave him off your fantasy roster.

Bronson Koenig has been waived by the Bucks. Koenig will look to sign on with another team and likely play in the G-League this season. (Source:

Fantasy Impact: Koenig is off the fantasy radar as teams look to begin to cut down rosters for training camp. Gerald Green was also signed instead.

Green signed a non-guaranteed deal with the Milwaukee Bucks.

Fantasy Impact: Green will be competing for a roster spot, leaving little hope this will result in much fantasy value even if he makes the final 15.

Troy Daniels traded to Phoenix

Fri, Sep 22nd 8:47pm EDT
By Steve Krebs


Daniels will be heading to Phoenix for a top-55 protected pick. This deal also includes a second round pick for Memphis.

Fantasy Impact: Daniels is going to a situation where playing time will be rare unless injuries can get him in the rotation.