If they're called free agents, how come they all cost millions?
The NBA news of the afternoon has Jason Terry signing with the Celtics, settling for a mere $5m mid-level slot. That pretty much waves goodbye to Ray Allen, since I don't see Terry and Allen splitting playing time at the 2 spot.
Allen is looking at other landing spots, including Lob City and Miami. Either would work, but Miami seems more likely; the Clippers might be more interested in retaining Chauncey Billups as their two, especially since he can double at the point. Putting Allen on the Heat would seem almost unfair, but they seem to attract veterans willing to play a bit cheaper in order to play for a winner.
Meanwhile, we have Superman looking to head to Gotham City. If I'm the Tragic's GM, a deal of Brook Lopez, Kim K's ex and three number-ones (B13, B15, I17, hold your cards, we have a winner) sounds like a good deal. Lopez is a solid starting center, Humphries is a serviceable rotation big and the picks will come in handy. I could see them pulling the trigger on that one.