Corey Brewer will remain with the Rockets for 3 years worth $24 mil, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. Good signing for the starting lineup or even bench. Good offensively and is really great at defense.
Another move by the Rockets was made yesterday. They resigned starting point guard Patrick Beverley to a 4 year $25 mil deal. Patrick was playing well last year and helped the back court out big time. He is the one of the Rockets best defenders on the team. He has some touch offensively. What hurt the Rockets late this past season was Beverley going down with a injury.
Wizards signed Gary Neal for one year. Neal will make $2.1 mil, according to Yahoo Sports. Neal is a solid back up who wil be battling for a job in the upcoming months.
The Knicks added some bench depth by signing former 2nd overall pick Derrick Williams to a cheap 2 year deal worth $10 mil. ESPN’s Chris Broussard reported this. Williams hasn’t lived up to the title of being a top 3 pick. Williams shows great flashes of being really good. Overall, this here is a good move a forward who can stretch the floor and play decent defensively.
RealGM’s reporter Shams Charania has reported the Orlando Magic have signed Tobias Harris to a 4 year deal worth $64 mil. Good signing. Harris can play at the 3 or 4 spot and make any shot except the free throws. Harris is also not that bad defensively. Magic keep the young core together.
Rajon Rondo has signed a one year deal worth $10 mil to show that he can come back better than even an earn that big payday. The deal was reported by Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports. Rondo and Cousins will be a great duo. Rondo will run the offense and improve everyone’s play around him. The best facilitator in the game today.
The Mavericks Win the sweepstakes of big man Deandre Jordan. Jordan will help the Mavs by playing great defense and doing work in the paint. Jordan turned down a deal from the Clippers for 5 years worth $109 mil to join Dallas. Jordan and CP3 didn’t care for each other and that might be a reason Jordan left and he was also tired of being the 3rd scoring option. In Dallas he will most likely be the 2nd option, But he is the last option at the free throw line. Jordan will replace Chandler who signed with the Suns a couple days ago. Jordan received a 4 year deal worth $80 mil with a player option after 3rd year, according to ESPN’s Marc Stein.