Bogut, Plumlee Headline Late NBA Free Agency Signings
It’s never easy sitting at home over the offseason without a contract – especially if the wait for a new contract takes nearly an entire offseason.
Well, it appears as though many of the remaining free agents have finally found homes as after months of waiting, they have received the opportunity to put ink to paper.
Australian big man Andrew Bogut, who was suffered a fractured leg in his first and only game with the Cleveland Cavaliers last season has signed a one-year, $2.3-million deal to reunite with former coach Luke Walton with the Los Angeles Lakers. Dante Cunningham too has agreed to a one-year, $2.3-million deal with the New Orleans Pelicans.
The biggest unsigned name remaining was Mason Plumlee, and he is now officially off the market. The big man received a big three-year, $41-million deal from the Denver Nuggets. The veteran center has averaged nine-points, and 6.5-rebounds per game in his career.
There remains to be a few names still looking for jobs, most notably point guard Deron Williams, but as the season rapidly approaches, it seems the remaining free agents may have to find new homes in season, hoping to find opportunities whenever they are to arise.