Gordon Hayward's move to the Boston Celtics has already set off one set of dominoes, and could have an even farther reaching affect.
Hayward's deal is worth $128 million over four years, with a player option for the final year, according to The Vertical's Shams Charania.
The signing, one of the biggest of this free agency period, causes some other ripples with other big players.
Because of the deal, Celtics big man Kelly Olynyk is now an unrestricted free agent.
In addition, with the loss of Hayward, the Jazz may now make a run at Wizards' restricted free agent Otto Porter.
Olynyk has been a key role player for the Celtics since his rookie season in 2013-14. Last year, he averaged nine points per game, and added 4.8 rebounds and two assists. He shot a career-high 51.2-percent from the field, but his three-point percentage was down from 40.5-percent to 35.4-percent.
Porter built on his breakout 2015-16 season, averaging 13.4 points, 6.4 rebounds, and 1.5 assists and steals per game last year. He shot 51.6-percent from the field and 43.4-percent from three.
The Wizards can match any deal for Porter, but Olynyk is now available to any team, and is expected to garner some serious interest.