Kevin Durant is staying put for now.
The 52-year-old Kerr signed a contract in 2014 with the Warriors for five years.
So yes, Durant, took another pay cut - one worth $5.5 million.
We are looking at the top players on the market before 2018 free agency begins. For his career, including his stint with the Oklahoma City Thunder, Durant has averaged 27.1 points, 7.1 rebounds and 3.9 assists per game.
Needless to say, that was a bad decision. George re-signing for four years - despite the constant conversations about him going back home to Los Angeles and the Lakers - is perhaps as shocking as the Thunder trading for him in the first place.
-Guard Will Barton is reportedly expected to re-sign with the Nuggets on a four-year contract reportedly worth more than $50 million and containing a player option in the fourth year. Therefore, the Warriors will save about $20 million in luxury taxes.
If the number is anywhere near that estimate, Melo is gone.
Durant last visited Manila in 2011 but this year marks his first time to visit the Philippines as a Nike ambassador.
Kawhi Leonard Wants To Be Traded From Spurs To Lakers
Having history to preclude trade discussions could force things to stall or have the Spurs send Kawhi Leonard to another team. It seems like each day there are more and more rumors regarding where some of the NBA's top stars will end up this offseason.
Derrick Jones Jr. has signed a minimum deal with the Miami Heat, after playing with them on a two-way contract last season. He is one of the great scorers in the league. That largesse allowed Golden State to retain key role players Andre Iguodala and Shaun Livingston, who were free agents. It might make him more money if he signs a long-term deal next summer instead, but could he have ulterior motives besides money? This year, an even stronger push is being made for Jamal Crawford.
But he agreed quickly this time to a one-year, $24.1 million deal and will finally be part of the Mavs.
Adding Paul last offseason fueled Houston to the NBA Finals' doorstep.
In his previous deal, a two-year contract during which he helped the Warriors win back-to-back National Basketball Association titles, he accepted $10 million less than the max salary.
Trevor Ariza (unrestricted): A valuable forward who can stretch the floor, he's provided solid shooting and good defense for the Rockets over the past four seasons.
That or he's just taking advantage of a rising salary cap. "He's earned the right to sign whatever deal he wants".
So far, he's 2-for-2 on winning NBA championships and NBA Finals MVP awards.
The No. 5 pick in the 2015 draft tweeted a picture of himself in a Knicks sweatshirt, writing that he was "very excited to be joining the Knicks and play for coach Fizdale!"