NBA Free Agency 2010: Post-Draft/Pre-Free Agency Thoughts

June 28th, 2010 by Haran Knight Leave a reply »

Last week, congratulations were in order for the Los Angeles Lakers for winning back to back NBA titles via a classic game seven victory over the Boston Celtics. As the two most decorated basketball franchises gave the world bit of nostalgia, the Washington Wizards celebrated their future by drafted Kentucky guard John Wall No. 1 overall. 

Now that the NBA draft has come and gone, basketball gurus are focused on a pending free agency era that will likely cause a huge power shift in the league (except for that team with the gold home jerseys in Southern California). 

Who’s going where? Which max contract players are going to pair up together the next four-to-five years? Which teams that prepared their cap space for this are going to get shafted?   

The answers to these inquires among others will begin to come to fruition beginning July 1. Here are some thoughts and predictions I have regarding the remainder of the NBA off-season:

I believe we’ve seen the last of Phil Jackson as a head coach of the Los Angel ...

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