NBA Free Agency
NBA free agency is off to banging start. While the first day was filled with positioning, day 2 has seen the news pick up a bit along with actual deals being agreed to.
Welcome to today’s NBA free agency roundup:
Lance Stephenson still a slam dunk to re-sign in Indiana?
The Celtics had originally extended a $3.6 million qualifying offer on Monday that gave them an opportunity to match any outside offer that Bradley received when free agency opened.
Boston made Bradley a priority when free agency opened at midnight on July 1 and the two sides, who couldn’t come to an agreement on an extension before an October deadline to extend rookie pacts, moved quickly to put a deal in place.
Ben Gordon signs with the Orlando Magic
Non free agency news: Jason Kidd is introduced as new Milwaukee Bucks coach
Lionel Hollins agrees to become the new coach of the Nets
Miles and the Pacers agreed to a contract worth four-year, $18 million. Yahoo! Sports first reported the terms of the deal. Free agents will be able to sign contracts on July 10.
On Tuesday night, Miles flew into Indianapolis to have a dinner meeting with the Pacers President of Basketball Operations Larry Bird. After the dinner, Miles tweeted that it was “an unbelievable experience to sit down with one of the greatest players to ever play this game I love .. The legend himself.”
Cleveland Cavaliers set to sign Gordon Hayward to max offer sheet