News on CJ McCollum's max extension, Dion Waiters to Miami, and Boston's signings. Then we continue a massive prospect review of Summer League, starting in alphabetical order with Detroit through Washington, then pick our best and worst of summer league among the rookies and vets.
First, some news as we look at the Miles Plumlee contract in Milwaukee and the Bucks' overall offseason, then Dirk's 2-year, $50 million deal in Dallas. We also debate OKC revoking Dion Waiters' qualifying offer.
Then, (23:00) we look at summer league prospects from, in alphabetical order, the Atlanta Hawks through Denver Nuggets.
Catching up on every deal in the last week of free agency. In order, includes our thoughts on how the market played out, the retirement of Tim Duncan and re-signing of Manu Ginobili, Houston's renegotiation and extension of James Harden and what could happen with D-Mo, Portland's signing of Festus Ezeli and the outcomes for their restricted free agents, and what the league's reduced cap estimate of $102 million (down from $107 million) means for 2017.
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Dwyane Wade leaves the Miami Heat. How did this happen, and did the Heat make the right decision in letting him go? How will Wade fit in Chicago, where does Miami go from here, and will the Heat or Bulls be better this year?
Then, the rest of the signings and transactions, including Dunleavy to CLE, Calderon to LAL, HOU steals Nene at the Room Exception, Galloway leaves New York for New Orleans, Jason Smith's curious signing in Washington, Golden State's missed opportunity with Brandon Rush to Minnesota, Utah's trade for Boris Diaw, Barbosa to Phoenix, Brian Roberts to Charlotte.
Every aspect of KD to the Warriors: The historical context, GSW cap machinations, potential next moves, where OKC goes from here, and what got us to this point.
A massive July 2 wrap-up, with analysis of every single signing, every team's remaining cap space, and the key remaining free agents. In order: Al Horford to Boston, plus an extended analysis of the Celtics' future options with their possible $15 million in cap space; Atlanta's needs after Horford left; Mahinmi to Washington; Houston signing Anderson and Gordon, and why this could be the beginning of the end of the Rockets as we know them; Lee to New York; Deng to the Lakers; Leuer to Detroit; Biyombo to Orlando; Marvin Williams back to Charlotte; Sacramento with two of the best contracts of the day, Afflalo and Tolliver; A. Rivers back to the Clippers while Crawford may leave; the Mavericks' max offer sheet to Harrison Barnes and how matching would impact Golden State's 2017 plans; Booker to Brooklyn, the latest on Kevin Durant, Pau Gasol, and Dwyane Wade; Winners and Losers, and best and worst contract. handed out.
A massive July 1 wrap up, with analysis of every single signing, every team's remaining cap space, and the key remaining free agents. In order, Bazemore and Howard in Atlanta, resulting in Horford on the open market; Parsons and Conley to Memphis, Turner to Portland, Whiteside to Miami and Wade's dissatisfaction, Johnson to Utah, Arthur to Denver, Dudley to Phoenix, Green, Augustin, and Fournier in Orlando, Hill and Moore to New Orleans, Justin Hamilton and Lin to Brooklyn, Teletovic and Dellavedova to Milwaukee, Al Jefferson to Indiana, Noah to New York, Charlotte's free agents Williams and Lee after Batum re-signed, Bayless to Philadelphia.
Plus analysis of rumors and meetings, winners and losers, and big takeaways of market trends. Finally a rundown of the space remaining and key players left on the market.
The Timofey Mozgov signing in LA, DeMar DeRozan in TOR (13:00), Joakim Noah reported on the verge of a Knicks deal (15:30), Bradley Beal maxed in WAS, KD's meeting schedule (25:00) and how it could retard free agency for a ton of teams and players, and buzz on all the free agent meetings.
Plus, real-time reactions to Nicolas Batum returning to CHA, Jordan Clarkson's new deal in LA, DJ Augustin to ORL and Ish Smith to DET.
Finally, a run-down of the cap space remaining for every single team in the NBA. (43:30).
A detailed look at the offseasons for the New Orleans Pelicans ($24 million in projected cap space), Washington Wizards ($30 million projected, 14:15), Denver Nuggets ($31 million projected, 29:00), Memphis Grizzlies ($26 million projected, 44:30), Sacramento Kings ($30 million projected, 1:00:00) and Orlando Magic ($44 million projected, 1:16:00).