The NBA Dribbled Out

By now you’ve heard the Knicks signed Ronnie Brewer to a one-year deal, which echos the short-term deals we’re likely to see for role players in the future, but there are still a lot of free agents left. 
Those include (via Aldridge): Delonte West, Randy Foye, Derek Fisher, Ronnie Brewer, Carl Landry, Leandro Barbosa, Carlos Delfino, Willie Green, Tracy McGrady, Kenyon Martin, Josh Howard, Roger Mason, Jr., C.J. Miles, Andray Blatche, Darko Milicic, Mickeal Pietrus, Michael Redd, Jermaine O’Neal, Craig Smith and Anthony Tolliver.
The off-season moves aren’t done yet and Dwight plus Rob Hennigan are still playing cat and mouse with Josh Robbins and Brian Schmitz at the Orlando-Sentinel, but you can be sure if the players mentioned above are scooped up by teams, they’ll most likely be in the same situation next year when their deals run out. 
The post 2011 CBA NBA is short on years and dumb contracts, as general managers stifle the urge to spend multi-millions on role players. Fiscal pragmatism isn’t a bad thing, either; except if you’ve made a living destroying NBA GM’s. Now if only we could get Wall Street and the government on board. You busy David?
Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images

By now you’ve heard the Knicks signed Ronnie Brewer to a one-year deal, which echos the short-term deals we’re likely to see for role players in the future, but there are still a lot of free agents left. 

Those include (via Aldridge): Delonte West, Randy Foye, Derek Fisher, Ronnie Brewer, Carl Landry, Leandro Barbosa, Carlos Delfino, Willie Green, Tracy McGrady, Kenyon Martin, Josh Howard, Roger Mason, Jr., C.J. Miles, Andray Blatche, Darko Milicic, Mickeal Pietrus, Michael Redd, Jermaine O’Neal, Craig Smith and Anthony Tolliver.

The off-season moves aren’t done yet and Dwight plus Rob Hennigan are still playing cat and mouse with Josh Robbins and Brian Schmitz at the Orlando-Sentinel, but you can be sure if the players mentioned above are scooped up by teams, they’ll most likely be in the same situation next year when their deals run out. 

The post 2011 CBA NBA is short on years and dumb contracts, as general managers stifle the urge to spend multi-millions on role players. Fiscal pragmatism isn’t a bad thing, either; except if you’ve made a living destroying NBA GM’s. Now if only we could get Wall Street and the government on board. You busy David?

Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images

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