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NBA Free Agent News: Nik Stauskas, Noah Vonleh Find Homes

Portland Trail Blazers v Sacramento Kings Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images

Heading up today’s NBA Free Agency news and trade rumors post: former Portland Trail Blazers players Nik Stauskas and Noah Vonleh have signed with the Milwaukee Bucks and Chicago Bulls respectively.

ESPN’s Zach Lowe tweeted the Stauskas news.

Adrian Wojnarowski, also of ESPN, broke the news about Vonleh.

Stauskas played 44 games for Portland during the 2018-19 season. He averaged 6.1 points in 15.3 minutes per game on 41.9% shooting. The Blazers traded him, along with Wade Baldwin III, to the Cleveland Cavaliers in February of 2019, receiving guard Rodney Hood in return.

Vonleh suited up in 185 regular-season games for the Blazers between 2015-2018, averaging 3.9 points and 4.6 rebounds in 15.8 minutes per game during that span. The Blazers remain the only team for which he has played multiple seasons, though technically that will change this year, as he played 21 games for the Bulls during 2017-18. The Blazers acquired Vonleh in the Summer of 2015 in exchange for forward Nicolas Batum. They traded him to Chicago in February of 2018 for the ever-popular Milovan Raković.

In other free agent news, Adrian Wojnarowski reports that guard Kelan Martin has signed a two-year deal with the Indiana Pacers.

Wojnarowski also gives the news that Zach Norvell has something to be grateful for today.

Former Sun and Hornet Frank Kaminsky has joined Hassan Whiteside in signing a one-year deal with the Sacramento Kings, according to Wojnarowski.