The NBA's free-trade period starts at 12:01 ET on Sunday, and some former Duke Blue Devils may be on the move. While no official moves can be made on 6 July until 12:00 ET, teams can negotiate with players and players can accept qualifying offers, sign bids if they are a restricted free agent, or have their reciprocal contracts converted to one standard contract.
So, which former Blue Devils are free agents?
- JJ Redick Philadelphia 76ers (Unrestricted): Redick had one of his best seasons last year for the Sixers. He was her second top scorer, her best shooter and a veteran presence in a young team that moved the needle in the Eastern Conference. The Sixers are one of the teams having a chance at the LeBron James contests, so a lot of Redick's future could depend on whether the Sixers successfully lured LeBron into the city of brotherly love. There's probably no scenario in which LeBron and Redick can both sign with Philly without unloading one of their younger songs, so Redick may be in wait mode at first.
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- Rodney Hood Cleveland Cavaliers (Limited): Hood had his last year last season the Utah Jazz and the Cleveland Cavaliers. He is athletic and with consistency can be a 3-D-wing. Cleveland seems to be very high so he probably stays in the country.
- Jahlil Okafor Brooklyn Nets (Unrestricted): Big Jah can not find many applicants, if any, for his services in the next season. He must be much better at protecting the edge, defending it, and having an imposing presence at the offensive end. It's unknown where he ends up, but he probably will not have more than a bankroll next season when he's in the NBA.
- Jabari Parker Milwaukee Bucks (Limited): Jabari eventually returned to the Bucks from a tattered ACL last season, but although he showed insights into his talent, he was not very consistent , This may be partly because he has not completely trusted his body and his overturned knee, but he has the talent to be an excellent banker and spotter next season. Will he be Milwaukee? They can fulfill any offer, but if a team appreciates its ability to lead the court and still have a presence on the wing, it could get an offer that the bucks are unwilling to comply with.
- Amile Jefferson  Minnesota Timberwolves (Restricted): Amile Jefferson did not play a minute for the Timberwolves last season, but he played well enough for his G-League daughter Iowa Wolves to score his second Way contract could convert a standard contract at the end of the season. He was in the T-Wolves playoff list, but did not play. There should be a market for Jefferson's skills. He is a big man who is a great rebounder, can protect the rim and knows where to be on the court. Hopefully, the T-Wolves decide to give him another contract because he fits in well with what they're trying to do.
- Marshall Plumlee Milwaukee Bucks: Marshall Plumlee spent most of the season with the Wisconsin Herd of the G-League on a two-way contract with the Bucks. He appeared in eight games for Milwaukee last season, but it's hard to say where he'll end. He is a limited two-way free agent, which means that for the Bucks to retain his rights, all they have to do is offer him another two-way deal. This may be his best option at this time, as it is difficult to determine if another team would offer him a full standard NBA contract.
The free agency period could be dominated by names like LeBron James, Paul George and even Kawhi Leonard, but it will be interesting to see what uniforms the Brotherhood will wear next season.