As free agency began, DeMarcus Cousins was seen as one of the most intriguing names to watch this summer. However, Cousins tells The Undefeated’s Marc J. Spears that he did not receive offers once free agency officially began at 12:01 a.m. ET Sunday. http://www.officialspatriotsauthenticstore.com/Donta_Hightower_Jersey_Cheap Cousins was at his offseason home in Las Vegas and up early in the morning yesterday when an idea struck him, Spears writes.
This would complete a meteoric rise up the Draft board for Huerter, who was nowhere to be found on most mocks anywhere near the first round before Chicago. But a great combine has him solidly here now, even though he’ll be out two months after Womens Dont’a Hightower Jersey surgery this week on his right hand. The Spurs have a definite long-term need at the two with Danny Green on a player option for 2018-19 at $10 million and no obvious replacement for him in sight (no, we are not counting Manu Ginobili, no matter how strong his age 40 season was last year). San Antonio has cap room and could go after the likes of Avery Bradley in free agency, but until the Spurs know for sure they can sign a vet, hedging their bets with a shooter like Huerter (41 percent on threes for the Terps last season) would make sense.
The Warriors upgraded their roster, while http://www.steelersnflofficialproshop.com/WOMENS_YOUTH_LOUIS_LIPPS_JERSEY.html still retaining a Louis Lipps Jersey young player that they feared they might lose.
Fourth-year forward Kevon Looney agreed to re-sign with the Warriors on a one-year, veteran’s minimum deal, league sources confirmed to Bay Area News Group. ESPN first reported the news.
Bridges was rock solid for the national champion Wildcats and would step right in for the hometown Sixers as a rotation guy off the bench; with Robert Covington ahead of him on the depth chart, there’s no rush. Bridges is a high character two-way player who defends multiple positions and showed he could fit in with other high-level talents at Villanova, while shooting a crazy 43.5 percent on threes last season. After the last few weeks, Philly could use a drama-free press conference introducing a winner who grew up less than an hour away in Malvern.