What’s the market for a player like Jeff Teaguea��one who expects $20 million per year but isn’t going to get it? Don’t think Doc Rivers won’t get desperate.
NBA Free Agency
Right now, Kyle Lowry just wants to win a championship. But is there truly a good fit for him outside of Toronto at the moment?
The New Orleans Pelicans are in a very precarious situation and Jrue Holiday has all of the leverage. So, just how precarious is said situation?
The Magic are neither winning nor are they fun. They should probably tank, but history suggests they won’t. So where does Danilo Gallinari fit in all this?
Gordon Hayward is likely Boston-bound. And if there’s one thing we know about Utah it’s that they won’t tank. So how much will they have to pay George Hill?
Curry deserves the max; what will KD demand? It’s not going to be cheap, so what makes us so certain that all of the Warriors major players will be back?
The Raptors wouldn’t have traded for Serge Ibaka well ahead of the deadline without some assurances he’d stick around. The question will be: for how much?
J.J. Redick doesn’t need to chase a ring yet; he deserves his payday. The 76ers have more financial flexibility than anyone, and they really need a shooter.
It’ll be for a lot less than what Dion Waiters expected to make somewhat recently, but as far as compromises go, sticking with the Heat wouldn’t be so bad.
Smart NBA teams would view Nikola MirotiA� as an asset, but here’s the thing: the Bulls aren’t all that smart. But what makes the Hawks his destination?
Never underestimate the fun factor when it comes to a professional athlete. Would Blake Griffin rather be beloved in Miami or tolerated in Los Angeles?
Both Nerlens Noel and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope deserve the max, and should get it. But between the two, which player would you rather have at that price?
Patty Mills should’ve made more money than the Spurs gave him. Now that the market’s pretty different from a few years ago, why will the Hawks come calling?
July 1, NBA Free Agency begins. Until then, expect notable profiles from all over the league. Who lands where? And why? Come back to see who we’ve covered.
We don’t know if Chris Bosh will ever play another NBA game, but we do know he’s a free agent. Several teams would be interested, so why the Cavs?
P.J. Tucker is the rare player who fits on just about any roster in basketball. And right now, perhaps no roster is a better fit than the T-Wolves. But why?
The year is 2018, and DeMarcus Cousins, Russell Westbrook, Paul George, and Carmelo Anthony all hit the open market. Who goes where?
Last Friday, Chicago finally introduced Dwyane Wade. Many see it as a heartwarming return home, but it shouldn’t necessarily feel that way.