Thursday, July 5, 2012

Free Agency: Days 3 & 4

The Sun rises and sets in Phoenix.

Phoenix was the epicenter of the NBA free agency world for the past 24 hours.  Steve Nash is a Laker.  Thoughts?  LA was able to sign and trade for the two time MVP for a bucket of draft pics.  Nash agreed to a 3 year $24 million dollar deal.  Wasting zero time, in his place the Suns signed Goran Dragic to $34 million over 4 years.  Dragic is no Nash, but has shown flashes of brilliance in his past few seasons.  Phoenix also stayed busy yesterday signing Michael Beasley to a 3 year $18 million dollar deal.  Beasley should be able to step in and help a Phoenix team put more points on the board.  However, they weren't finished with just Dragic and Beasley, they have also offered Eric Gordon a max contract of 5 years and $58 million which New Orleans is planning to match.  But for a team destined to lose the face of their franchise, they wasted no time finding replacements to field a competitive team next season.

Nash and Kobe
Kobe reminding Nash "You pass, I SHOOT."

Out on the east coast Jason Terry has agreed to a three year deal with the Celtics at the full mid-level expception of 5 million per year.  Terry joins a talented but aging Celtics team who still hope to re-sign Jesus Shuttlesworth, Jeff Green, and Brandon Bass.
The Rockets have reportedly offered Jeremy Lin $31 million over for years.

Sixers re-sign Spencer Hawes to 2 year $13 million dollar deal to help sure up the paint in Philly.  Now he needs to sure up that neck beard.

Rudy Fernandez has agred to a three year deal with Real Madrid,  suring up his brief and complaint filled NBA career. 

Thunder sign Hasheem Thabeet to a two year deal, agreeing to pay him in McDonalds Happy Meals and an old Nintendo.

Jason Kidd is working on a deal to rreturn to Dallas.

Could Grant Hill join his teammate Nash in LA? 

Where will the cyborg Ersan Ilyasova sign?




Goran Zoran
Goran Dragic has a brother on Houston's
Summer League Team, and HIS NAME IS ZORAN.
 Goran and Zoran.

More to come, Happy Spending!

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