Serge Ibaka - Los Angeles Clippers - 2 years 19 million (9.5 per year)
The Clippers lost Green and Harrell for nothing. But Serge Ibaka arrived, who is 2 times better than any of those who left! An excellent and charismatic big man who defends well + perfectly throws trebles and midranges! In the playoffs, he averaged 48 percent from beyond the arc with 2.5 goals per game, and a total of 53 percent from the field.
Justin Holiday - Indiana Pacers (re-signature) - 3 years & 15.7 million (5.2 per year)
Justin Holiday is a very interesting and talented player. He is a great 3&D performer who is quite consistent in his performances. Holiday has experience in the playoffs and he is also an NBA champion. For such a sum per year, it's just an excellent asset, even if the player is not happy with the situation, it can be easily exchanged. Justin is clearly a playoff player, but in the regular season, he is extremely useful and not particularly traumatic.
Trey Burke - Dallas Mavericks (re-signature) - 3 years and 10 million (3.3 per year)
Trey performed very well. This is a great scorer from the bench. He is one of the main reasons that it became easier for Dallas to say goodbye to Seth Curry, now there is a sixth player for a penny who has already played Carlisle. Trey is very motivated to play for the Tramps.
DJ Augustine - Milwaukee Bucks - 3 years and 21 million (7 per year)
Augustine is a very high quality MLE guard off the bench, sometimes even erased. DJ played well in the playoffs for Magic. He's also a good shooter, pretty much an average playmaker. Such a player for 7 million will go well with the Bucks; they have been aiming at him for a long time, like the La teams!
Wes Matthews - Los Angeles Lakers - 1 year & 3.6 million
Matthews will play Danny Green + he's 12 million less. Wes is cooler as a defender, about the same shooter, a great veteran. The Lakers are always good for defense shooters, and Wes shouldn't be an exception! For a small amount, great signing + Bucks weakening.
Goran Dragic - Miami Heat (re-signature) - 2 years and 37.5 million, second year - team option (18.8 per year)
Dragic was very good in the playoffs and was clearly the # 2 hit player in the postseason for his contribution to attack. Heath looked too bad without it and the issue of re-signing was clear. Dragic played in the playoffs at the level of a cost center participant. Dragic is aging and becoming more traumatic, but Heath still has no one to cling to in this offseason and they signed a conditional 1-year contract with him. I focused on the team's options for the second year. Why? It's simple - Hit will target Yannis, for this you need a payment, but the chance to get it is 50/50. If they get it, then Dragicu will be rejected the option, and if not, then you have Goran for another 1 year, or you can exchange him - a clearly planned and profitable contract for both parties.
Jevon Carter - Phoenix Suns (re-signature) - 3 years and 11.5 million (3.8 per year)
Jevon is very good off the bench. You might not even have heard of him, but in vain! The guy plays one hundred percent: he can hit, he can play well and can defend Justin Holiday with a worse shot. For such a price and for a playoff candidate, this is a great contract!
Jamaicle Green - Denver Nuggets - 2 years and 15 million (7.5 per year)
Jamaicle is the perfect big man on the bench. He will play his 15-20 minutes with full dedication, hit three-2, defend himself and take the rebound. He is a great teammate and very stable one. What else do you want? It will replace some of Grant's minutes and those of Nightmare Plumley, as well as some of Millsap's. He is also a great backup plan for his injury if Porter Jr. is the same in defense.
Avery Bradley - Miami Heat - 2 years and 11 million (5.5 per year)
Bradley has spoiled his reputation a little by refusing to play the bubble, but this is his own business. And so he is a good Irok, for that kind of money, for sure. He still shoots average 3s (36 percent conversion) and he is quite good defensively. Such guard is always needed in a contender, the Heath do their best to patch up the loss of Crowder by signing Bradley and Harkless, even though it's much worse.
Jay Crowder - Phoenix Suns - 3 years and 30 million (10 per year)
Crowder performed excellently in the bubble and in the playoffs. This is a Haslian defender who is also sharpened for shots from beyond the arc. If he did not pass at the end in this component, then the market price would have been even higher. Jay is a player in the system, remember his cool in the Celtics and now in the Hit - 2 teams with a strong coach and a pumped work ethic. Now let's remember the Cavs. So Crowder's play is directly dependent on the team, and in Sans with Paul's arrival, Monty Williams and good signings + Bubble's success (8-0 campaign), he will be a great cog in the dark horse of the West.