According to reports, Golden State has added four-time All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins to a starting lineup which already has four All-Stars. But unfortunately Cousins cannot play any match for now owing to his injury. However, the Warriors will be locked and loaded for next season’s playoffs barring a huge setback. Multiple reports have it that, DeMarcus Cousins has agreed to join the Golden State Warriors on a one-year, $5.3 million deal.
Also, the Warriors are likely not having plans to sign free-agent big man Dwight Howard. He may join the Pelicans or Wizards which are other possible landing spots.
That stated, we must note that quite a number of players are yet to be signed. Such players as Clint Capela, Marcus Smart and Isaiah Thomas who are among the top-15 in our free agency rankings.
Latest reports reaching us have it that Bradley has given his signature to Clippers on a two-year deal. Clippers have agreed to sign Bradley despite the fact that star played only six games last season. The worth of the deal is reportedly in the balance of $25 million.
In another report, former Mavericks guard Seth Curry has signed the Portland Trail Blazers on a two years deal valued at $2.75 million. The deal has some conditions on the player for both the first year and the second.
Also, after the Lakers renounced Randle, he has agreed to be with New Orleans Pelicans on a two-year, $18 million contract.
LeBron James is not going alone; no he is not. Rajon Rondo has agreed to a one-year, $9 million deal to join LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers.
Is not relenting, report has it that they have added some depth to their front court. Mike Scott will be joining them on a one year deal.
As the trade market is hot, the Detroit Pistons are working to see a number of players join their camp too. Word is that the Pistons have agreed a deal with veteran point guard Jose Calderon.
Elsewhere, The Minnesota Timberwolves have decided to switch target and rather than going for Nemanja Bjelica, they have moved for Anthony Tolliver.
Also the Thunder have gone for a two-year deal with young big man Nerlens Noel. Derrick Favors will be staying in Salt Lake City. A report from Marc Spears indicated that Favors has agreed to a two-year deal with the Jazz.
In order to replace LeBron James who has now left for Lakers, the Cavaliers may likely move to trading Kevin Love. If the Cavs went this route, it would indicate a rebuild is on the way.
Julius Randle is still yet to receive an offer from the Lakers, multiple reports have confirmed. But restricted free agent will be meeting the management of the organization to ascertain his future.
According to multiple reports, the Suns are working on a contract extension for Devin Booker. There’s a strong chance that Booker receives a max deal from this extension.
The Pelicans may have signed Elfrid Payton, but that doesn’t mean they’re out on Rajon Rondo. The guard had a strong season with New Orleans last year and the Pelicans would like to bring him back.
Javale McGee is not going to California as he is reportedly going to be joining Lakers where he will play alongside with LeBron James