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Typical NBA Free Agent Class in Recent History


As the 2018-2019 season draws to an end, rumors and speculation continue to spread about Sports NBA free agency which is still a month away.

All eyes are locked at the peculiar free agent class in recent history. They include Kevin Durant, Irving Kyrie, and Kawhi Leonard.

Irving has been linked to the Brooklyn Nets recently. His future as for now appears to be heading to Brooklyn. Other franchises eyeing Irving are the New York Knicks. Thus Irving has to decide between the two, where to go.

It is, however, a bit clearer that Irving will commit with the Nets. On Warriors side, it is now certain that Kevin Durant will only leave if they win the finals.

New York Knicks are targeting both Irving and Durant. The Nets appear to be the preferred destination of a free agent after they made an unexpected appearance in the playoff. The Knicks have been demoralized by failures.

Nets front office also agrees that Irving would work together with point guard D’Angelo Russell to propel Brooklyn forward.

Source: https://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/nba/kyrie-irving-reportedly-planning-to-sign-with-the-nets/ar-AACoH6O

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