Milwaukee Bucks and Kyle Korver

Veteran sharpshooter Kyle Korver will return for a 17th NBA campaign. Korver’s agent Jeff Schwartz related to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN that Korver will get a one-year deal from Milwaukee. Between the Cleveland Cavaliers, whom he started the season with, and the Utah Jazz, to whom he was traded, Korver averaged 8.6 points per game and shot 39.7 percent from three. With the Jazz, he was a solid contributor off the bench averaging 9.1 points in just 19.1 minutes in the 54 in which games he appeared. Offseason trades saw…

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Wesley Matthews signs deal with Bucks

Veteran wing Wesley Matthews signed a two year, $5.26 million deal according to The Athletic’s Mike Scotto. The deal is really a “one-plus-one”, as the second year is a player option. Matthews and the re-signed George Hill will be charged with replacing the steady play and defensive void left when Malcolm Brogdon signed a four-year, $85 million deal with the Indiana Pacers earlier in this offseason’s Free-agency bonanza. Last season between the Dallas Mavericks, that two game cup of coffee he had with the Knicks, and the Indiana Pacers, Matthews…

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Marcus Morris agrees to deal with Knicks after Spurs pull offer

According to The Athletic and Stadium’s Shams Charania, Marcus Morris has agreed to a one-year, $15 million deal with the New York Knicks. You may be wondering how that is possible, when he already agreed to a two-year $20 million contract with the San Antonio Spurs, right? Well, not quite. As reported by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Marc Spears, Morris had in fact agreed to the Spurs deal,however reconsidered it when the New York Knicks, of all teams, created additional cap space when they reworked the deal they had with…

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Minnesota will not match Tyus Jones offer sheet

The Minnesota Timberwolves declined to match the offer sheet that guard Tyus Jones signed with the Memphis Grizzlies. The Duke product had agreed to a three year, $28 million offer sheet. Minnesota had 48 hours to match the offer to keep Jones, which they chose not to do. Over his fours years with the Timberwolves, Jones provided steady play at the backup one spot.

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Lakers to add Avery Bradley once he clears waivers

Though the Lakers missed out on the big fish of Kawhi Leonard, they have made several quality-appearing signings in the interim. Since this weekend, the Lakers have added, Demarcus Cousins, Danny Green, and Quinn Cook and resigned Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Rajon Rondo and JaVale McGee. With Avery Bradley agreeing to a two-year, $9.7 million deal, it appears Los Angeles ha made another solid addition to their roster. The deal is actually a “one plus one”, with the second year being a player option. Last year it was a tale of two…

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Tyus Jones signs a 3 year deal with Grizzlies

Former Timberwolves backup point guard Tyus Jones has agreed to a three year, $28 million dollar offer sheet with the Memphis Grizzlies, who have been more active than usual this offseason. Initially it was reported the offer sheet was for three years at $24 million, however Jones’ agent, Kevin Bradbury of BDA Sports Management told the Pioneer Press that the number was closer to $28 million when factoring in “likely incentives.” Jones , a restricted free agent, has spent the first four years of his career with the Minnesota Timberwolves.…

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Quinn Cook agrees to deal with Lakers

The post-Kawhi dust will continue to settle with complimentary and specialist players now being signed. Yahoo Sports’ Chris Haynes has reported that the Los Angeles Lakers and free agent guard Quinn Cook have reached an agreement on a two-year deal worth $6 million. Cook is a career 41.5 percent shooter from beyond the arc, something the Lakers have lacked in recent years.

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Danny Green agrees to deal with Lakers

Once Kawhi Leonard signed there were other ancillary players, who had been in a holding pattern awaiting his decision, who would fall into place in various locales around the league. One of those was Danny Green, who fate was thought tied to Kawhi’s. Shortly after the Leonard decision was announced Adrian Wojnarowski broke news that the sharpshooter has agreed to a two-year deal worth $30 million. If Green can resemble more of how he looked on the regular season, he brings the Lakers shooting they having been sorely lacking and…

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Breaking News: Kawhi Leonard to sign with Clippers

The last major free agent domino has finally fallen. After much speculation, which at one point included aerially following SUV’s thought to contain Leopard he has finally made a decision regarding where he will be playing next year and that will be with the Los Angeles Clippers. According to Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports, Leonard will sign with the Clippers. It will be a four year, $142 million maximum contract. Kawhi had been linked with the ballclub at several points throughout this past season. After helping the Toronto Raptors win…

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