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Biggest NBA Free Agency Moves

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DeMarcus Cousins (25.2 Pts, 12.9 Reb, 5.4 Ast):

DeMarcus Cousins signed a one year, $5.3 million contract with the Golden State Warriors after suffering a torn Achilles tendon in the playoffs last season with the Pelicans. For Golden State, this is a huge signing. From center Javale McGee, to acquiring one of the top centers in  DeMarcus Cousins is a tremendous upgrade. Which already adds to their remarkable lineup. This move will allow the Warriors to be a threat from the perimeter, and from the post. However, very few players come back to their original athleticism/skill when suffering an Achilles tear. And

on top of that, Cousins will probably not make a return until January.

 

 

 

Lebron James (27.5 Pts, 8.6 Reb, 9.1 Ast):

After much speculation about where he’d end up this offseason, Lebron James finally signed a four year, $154 million contract with the Lakers. Coming off one of his best seasons in his career, it seems Lebron James has taken on the challenge to take the Lakers to the playoffs. However, at 33 years old, he is running out of time to accomplish such feat.

 

 

 

Carmelo Anthony (16.2 Pts, 5.8 Reb, 1.3 Ast):

 

 

This offseason, Carmelo Anthony ultimately signed a one year, $2.4 million contract with the Houston Rockets. After coming off what many believe to be his worst season ever, Carmelo Anthony hopes to find himself on top again with the Houston Rockets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

DeMar DeRozan (23 Pts, 3.9 Reb, 5.2 Ast) trade for

Kawhi Leonard

(16.2 Pts, 4.7 Reb, 2.3 Ast)

 

 

Both players had a less than admirable season this past season. Kawhi only played nine games last year because of an injured quadricep. And DeMar DeRozan got swept in the second round of the playoffs for the second straight year. However, both of these players have shown their potential, and they are both capable of bringing fortune to their new teams.

 

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