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Contract Details: Three Year, $7.5 Million Per.
When it comes to "3 and D" guys, Afflalo is right at the top of the list. The six-year pro can guard every wing position, and he's absolutely deadly from the corner three. Afflalo's career 38.3 percent clip from behind the arc is one of the best in the entire league.
With all that said, Afflalo is not a shot creator. Although he averaged a career-high 16.5 points per game last season as a primary option for the Orlando Magic, Afflalo's efficiency took a nose dive in the process. Ideally, he'd find a way to be placed with a distributing point guard that could put him in the right spots.
That's not happening in Orlando anytime soon. Jameer Nelson is on his last legs, and Victor Oladipo might get a decent amount of burn at point guard. Based on his college passing numbers, that could be a certified disaster.
Simply put, Afflalo doesn't fit with Orlando's youth movement, and he's out of place as a top scoring option. You worry that playing meaningless basketball may sap the joy and intensity out of Afflalo's game, which would be a shame.
When he's engaged defensively, there aren't many stoppers as capable as him. He deserves to play for a contender. Orlando could be very active this season, as they'll likely look to shed Glen Davis, Jameer Nelson or Hedo Turkoglu in the right deal.
Favorite Hypothetical Trade: To Chicago Bulls along with Hedo Turkoglu for Luol Deng, Kirk Hinrich and Marquis Teague.