With the positioning of the major stars, the main frame of each team is almost complete. The rest is nothing more than tinkering, to see if we can find some quality role players. Today, there are very few leftovers in the free agency market!
Today the Suns officially announced their cut The 38-year-old veteran Korver will become a free agent after a 48-hour clarification period. In the 19 season, Korver played a total of 70 times, averaging 8.6 points, 2.3 rebounds, 1.2 assists, and 39.7 percent from the field.
Although he is 38 years old, Korver is undoubtedly a high-quality shooter. belongs to the player who doesn’t need a system and can play a role everywhere. For the team, it will be a good supplement. Due to age considerations, Korver has a high probability of joining the championship favorite team. The Lakers, Clippers, 76ers, and Bucks are all potential next homes.
Stephenson, who will turn 29 in September this year, has yet to confirm his next stop until today. He played 68 games for the Lakers last season, averaging 7.2 points, 3.2 rebounds, 2.1 assists, and 37.1% from three-point range. The "junior" on the court can break through and be a little organized, and the three-pointer is also trustworthy. Although the reputation is not very good due to character problems, the more mature "junior brother" believes that they will handle this well.
There were rumors about StieFinson will return to the Lakers with a basic salary. There are currently 13 people on the Lakers roster (without signing Tucker), of which there are as many as 8 guards. Considering Korver and the possible layoff of Iguodala, the hope left by Stephenson is getting slimmer. Since Oladipo will not return until about January next year, Stephenson may return to his six-season Pacers with a minimum salary.
The 42-year-old trapeze played 76 times on behalf of the Hawks last season, contributing 7.4 points, 2.6 rebounds, 1.1 assists, and 38.9% from three. In fact, in recent years, Carter can completely "mix" a few championship rings. The trapeze has repeatedly expressed his desire to play and make contributions. Perhaps his love for the game has far exceeded his pursuit of a championship!
Before the Pelicans Manager Griffin once said on the show "Young people admire you, I hope you can join us". Although I have had trouble with the Raptors management before, it may be a choice to return to the roots. In fact, the Warriors may also be a good fit for Carter. First of all, the Warriors are short on the front line, and Carter can get a stable chance to play. Zhou Lavin "That hot-eyed dunk, the old flying man can't get angry when he looks at it, don't he go up and instruct him?
With the Warriors, he won two championships and played for the Pelicans last season. He played a total of 60 games, averaging 6.7 points, 1.5 rebounds, 1.6 assists, and 32.7% three-point shooting.
At the age of 28, he can have three points in a fast break. The defensive efficiency is average but his attitude is good. He works hard. Frankly speaking, Clark is a player who can make steady contributions, but he is currently in the league. Most team guard lines are too bloated.
At present, Howard and Iguodala may be laid off. The former has made it clear that they are willing to go to the Clippers, while the latter Attracted the attention of the Lakers, Rockets and other teams. Jeremy Lin, Crawford, and Anthony may also find new owners.