Jarrett Allen


Jarrett Allen as a possible offseason acquisition for the Spurs

There are many concerns for the Spurs to address this offseason. Although the team looks to be stacked up with guards and swingmen, it has been discussed that those players need to be able to hit with more regularity from outside the arc. When healthy, the Spurs boast a young,...
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Cleveland Cavaliers: What’s the next step for Jarrett Allen?

Jarrett Allen has started his breakout with the Cleveland Cavaliers and with him, the Cavaliers have their center of the future. Getting involved in the blockbuster James Harden trade, the Cavaliers were able to acquire Allen while only giving up an expiring contract in Dante Exum and the Milwaukee Bucks’ 2022 first-round pick, a pick that will more than likely be slotted in the late 20s.

Cavs: Two goals for Jarrett Allen in the 2021-2022 season

Cleveland Cavaliers big Jarrett Allen reacts in-game. (Photo by Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports) Acquiring Jarrett Allen from the Brooklyn Nets was one of the brightest spots of the 2020-21 season for the Cleveland Cavaliers. The young center had a great half of a season with the team and established himself...
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Jarrett Allen expected to receive $100M contract from Cavaliers

The Cleveland Cavaliers just wrapped up another difficult season, as they finished with a record of 22-50. They will be heading into the NBA Lottery once again hoping to find more talent to build around on this roster. The Cavaliers have some solid foundational pieces in place. Darius Garland and Collin Sexton are a fun backcourt. Isaac Okoro flashed some potential in his rookie season. Arguably the best piece they have is center, Jarrett Allen.
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The Cavs can get more out of Jarrett Allen by embracing his potential

When the Cavaliers — who aren’t open about anything — acquired Jarrett Allen in January, they were transparent about wanting Allen. Cavs GM Koby Altman, in the last time he answered questions from the media, said as much and publicly put him as part of the team’s future plans. By...
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Cavs: Jarrett Allen may not be worth $100 million but there’s no other choices

Jarrett Allen isn’t a $100 million player but the Cavs don’t have many options. Jarrett Allen is a good defensive player. He’s worth hanging onto. He’s also not worth $100 million. These three things can all be true simultaneously. The latest from Terry Pluto claims the Cavs are considering offering Allen a four-year, $25 million-per-year contract, which would top $100 million more than likely.

Jarrett Allen Could Sign $100M+ Extension With Cavaliers

The Cleveland Cavaliers are expected to sign Jarrett Allen to a contract extension worth $100 million or more, according to Terry Pluto of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Allen is eligible for an extension this offseason and would otherwise become a restricted free agent in 2022. Allen averaged 13.2 points, 9.9...
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Report: Cavs expected to give Jarrett Allen $100M contract extension

Throughout this past regular season, there were many rumors about Cleveland Cavaliers center Jarrett Allen’s impending restricted free agency. Recently, an NBA agent said that Allen could command a contract worth nearly $25 million per season. Now, another report from Terry Pluto of Cleveland.com has stated that the Cavaliers will...

Cleveland Cavaliers: Jarrett Allen clinches first double-double season

Cleveland Cavaliers big Jarrett Allen rebounds the ball. (Photo by David Richard-USA TODAY Sports) The way things have shaken out, Jarrett Allen appears to be a member of the young core for the Cleveland Cavaliers heading into coming years. The 23-year-old 5 has typically made his presence felt on both...

Cavs still upset after ‘dangerous’ non-call on Jarrett Allen

When Jarrett Allen was trying to throw down a one-handed dunk in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ loss to the Washington Wizards on Friday night, he was shoved in mid-air by Robin Lopez while airborne. Lopez was seemingly aware of the fact that he fouled Allen despite the non-call, as Allen suggested...