The Best Free Agent Team

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The power forward position may offer more intriguing story lines than any other position. The best free agent who is most likely to move, LaMarcus Aldridge, is featured on this list. We also have the mystery of Kevin Love, and the question, will Tim Duncan retire? Many on this list may actually be on the move this summer. Let 's dig in. 1. LaMarcus Aldridge o Unrestricted – Portland Trail Blazers 2015: 23.4 ppg, 10.2 rpg We are starting off with a bang. Aldridge clearly holds the title of best free agent that teams think they can realistically land. On the day of this article, ESPN’s Chris Broussard reported that Aldridge is leaving Portland. According to reports, the Spurs are clearly in the lead to land Aldridge. The Lakers and…show more content…
Joining the Spurs allows him the chance to play alongside Tim Duncan for one to two years, then join Kawhi Leonard as the cornerstone of the most stable franchise in the league. 2. Tim Duncan o Unrestricted – San Antonio Spurs 2015: 13.9 ppg, 9.1 rpg, 3.0 apg The latter part of Tim Duncan 's career has featured him at the center position. However, history will remember him as a power forward and he played last season at the four (but if my Lamarcus Aldridge prediction holds true he may be moving back to center). In all reality, determining which position Duncan should be listed may be more exciting than speculating on his future. He is not playing anywhere but San Antonio. The real question may be will he play next season at all. If he decides to stay in the league, he needs to let the Spurs know quickly, so a deal can be reached soon to prevent a lack of cap flexibility, tying their hands with other targets (Aldridge). Duncan has taken less money for the betterment of the team through his entire career. It will be interesting to see how low the Spurs ask Duncan to go, again, as they prepare for their future without him. What should he do? The question is not if Duncan retired in a Spurs uniform, but when. 3. Kevin Love o Unrestricted – Cleveland Cavaliers 2015: 16.4 ppg, 9.7 reb No one rode the Kevin Love bandwagon during his time in Minnesota like I did. He was my top power forward in the league for the last
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