Blazers re-sign Hood to 2-year, $16M deal
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The Portland Trail Blazers agreed to re-sign Rodney Hood to a two-year, $16-million deal, his representation told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

The deal includes a player option for the second year.

It wasn't clear if Portland had much money beyond the mid-level exception to retain Hood going into free agency. However, he'll earn his presumed market value at approximately $8 million per season.

The Blazers acquired Kent Bazemore last week as protection in the event Hood left, according to Wojnarowski.

Hood has been inconsistent at times throughout his five-year NBA career, although he's also shown flashes of brilliance. He averaged 14.7 points on 50 percent 3-point shooting in six games against the Denver Nuggets during the second round of this spring's playoffs.

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