NewsSports

NBA Rumors: Deals for Carmelo Anthony, Dwight Howard, Shaun Livingston and JR Smith

    0
    NBA Rumors trade deals free agency Carmelo Anthony Dwight Howard Shaun Livingston JR Smith

    NBA free agency is officially over, and most of the big deals are done. It doesn’t mean that we have to wait for the next year to trade in or out the remaining free agents. There are a lot of notable free agents who have yet not found new teams. Here are the late free agency deals for Carmelo Anthony, Dwight Howard, Shaun Livingston, and JR Smith.

    video

    Carmelo Anthony – LA Lakers

    NBA Rumors trade deals free agency Carmelo Anthony

    Carmelo Anthony was not doing any good in Houston Rockets during the last season. It doesn’t mean that the player is not talented; he is a multiple All-Star level athlete. Around 3 years back, Melo had an average of 22.4 points, 5.9 rebounds, and 2.0 trifecta, which is a rare feat. The Lakers might offer Anthony a new deal as LeBron James is pushing for it.

    Dwight Howard – Portland Trail Blazers

    NBA Rumors trade deals free agency Dwight Howard

    Dwight Howard is officially not a free agent, but the Memphis Grizzlies will trade out him soon. He was an integral part of the Washington Wizards before they send him to the Grizzlies, who bought him as an asset. Given the age and style of play, Howard has, the Portland Trail Blazers are a suitable team for him.

    Shaun Livingston – LA Clippers

    Shaun Livingston

    Shaun Livingston was planning to retire from NBA when the Golden State Warriors waived him off this season. The Clippers needs someone to balance the floor and Livingston might be a good option. Kawhi Leonard and Paul George need someone to support them, and Livingston has a lot of experience in that matter.

    JR Smith – Miami Heat

    NBA Rumors trade deals free agency JR Smith

    JR Smith has been linked with the team of Miami Heat since the last few days. The Heat wants a star partner for Jimmy Butler, and Smith is an ideal candidate. In the last NBA season, Smith managed to shoot 30.8 percent from the deep end of the court. It is the main reason why the Miami team wants an experienced player like JR Smith for the next season.

    You may also like

    More in News