NBA Free Agency 2010: Shannon Brown’s Options

August 2nd, 2010 by max minsker Leave a reply »
Last year, Shannon Brown wasn't necessarily a main contributor for the Lakers, but he did play solid minutes and played well when he was on the court. Brown was essentially a throw-in in a deal between the Bobcats and the Lakers last season. This season Brown established himself as a regular rotation member and logged 21 minutes a game.

The 2010 NBA free agency period was probably the best in the history of the NBA and many teams as well as the players took advantage. Everyone was trying to desperately improve their teams and the players benefited from this. 

There are really only three big name free agents left. Shaq, Tracy Mcgrady, and Shannon Brown. Shaq and Mcgrady are both seasoned veterans that are looking for a contract that will potentially take them into retirement while Brown is only 24 years old and is not even in his prime yet. 

Because Brown is really the only young player left of serious value he is the most valuable player left on the market. Several teams have shown a lot of interest in Brown, but at this point I think it's a three team race between the Knicks, the Cavs, and the Lakers.

The Lakers want Brown ...

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