The San Antonio Spurs re-signed Manu Ginobili on Thursday to a one-year, $14 million deal, ensuring that one of their franchise cornerstones would remain with the team.
As if the Warriors weren’t already going to be enough of a spectacle next season, now they are set to bring back their resident circus performer.
The Toronto Raptors didn’t give Jared Sullinger the full mid-level exception this summer expecting him to ride the bench all year, and they appear to be planning accordingly.
J.J. Redick is not buying all those concerns about the Golden State Warriors wrecking competitive balance in the NBA.
Thunder guard Cameron Payne probably wasn’t expecting his “Welcome to the NBA” moment to come like this.
A number of mediocre players have already signed lucrative deals with teams this summer, yet somehow J.R. Smith remains a free agent.
Mark Cuban likes villains, so he has no problem with the Golden State Warriors.
The Celtics were unable to lure Kevin Durant to Boston even after signing free agent big man Al Horford, but that does not mean they are done trying to land superstar players.