Allen Crabbe Reportedly Accepts Nets’ Offer Sheet: Contract Details and Reaction

July 8th, 2016 by Adam Wells Leave a reply »

After his best season as a professional, restricted free agent Allen Crabbe signed an offer sheet from the Brooklyn Nets.

On Thursday, Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical reported Crabbe's agreement with the Nets is for $75 million over four years, with bonuses potentially bringing the total value of the contract to $83 million.'s Mike Mazzeo confirmed the news.

Drafted 31st overall by the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2013 and traded to the Portland Trail Blazers on the same night, Crabbe floundered in his first two NBA seasons. He played sparingly off the bench and averaged just over three points per game in his first two campaigns.

After the Trail Blazers lost shooting guard Arron Afflalo in free agency last summer, Crabbe suddenly saw his role with the team expand. The 24-year-old thrived as one of the NBA's best sixth men, particularly on offense. 

Crabbe appeared in 81 games last season, setting new career highs in virtually every major category, per David MacKay of SB Nation's Blazer's Edge:

While meeting with the media after Portland's seaso ...

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