While the possible effect of NBA free service often outshines the actual procedure, the 2019 version seems it’s going to live up to the hype.
We have information of Kyrie Irving joining the Brooklyn Nets and Kevin Durant. Kemba Walker is going to the Boston Celtics, while Terry Rozier is taking his place with the Charlotte Hornets. Khris Middleton is remaining with the Milwaukee Bucks. And, well, that’s only the start.
The rumor mill remains every bit as active as you would expect, and we’re here to help you remain on top of it.
Scroll below for all of the upgrades of everything, smokescreens and information in between. B/R’s team of NBA specialists will pass along all the latest buzz and, more importantly, examine what it really means.
One of the few Los Angeles Lakers free agents who would have made a lot of awareness with LeBron James and Anthony Davis is not going to sit around and wait on Kawhi Leonard’s decision.
“Free agent Reggie Bullock has agreed to two-year, $21M deal to register with the New York Knicks,” Stadium and The Athletic’s Shams Charania reported.
For his career, Bullock is a 39.2 percent three-point shooter. The LeBron/AD pick-and-rolls would have been more difficult to key in on if Bullock were on the wing or in the corner, requiring attention in the three-point line.
Evidently, that goal would be served by Kawhi more effectively. But there’s no guarantee. The more L.A. has to wait, the more potential fits it may miss out on.
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