While it’s important to keep the Knicks’ Friday night loss to the Rockets in perspective – it was only their third of the season after all – many of the team’s flaws were exposed and there were plenty of times we saw “the old Knicks” re-emerge in Houston.
The Houston Rockets signed Omer Asik to a three year, $25.1 million offer-sheet. Multiple reports say it’s very unlikely for the Bulls to match that offer, mainly because of the way it’s laid out. Asik is set to make $5 million in year one, ~$5 million in year two, then will see his salary balloon up to $15 million in the third and final year.
Earlier we highlighted the top 10 restricted free agents in the NBA this summer. Here are our top 10 unrestricted players.
1. Deron Williams, PG, Brooklyn Nets: The star of this summer’s free agency. One of the league’s top five point guards. William’s situation is simple: He will either resign with the Nets or go play in his hometown of Dallas with the Mavs.