are short and free agents who can control their own destinies are rare and
elite in the league.
players have the right to decide where they want to play and what their
priorities are there are always head scratchers every year.
Here is a
list of players who are probably regretting their free agent destination.
Butler- Minnesota Timberwolves
on himself once and won when he signed a mega deal with the Chicago Bulls in
2014. Butler has since passed on an big extension with the T-Wolves which many
thought was a good move in the hope of turning it into another big payday on
the free agent market. However this recent antics in trying to force a trade out
of Minnesota have turned off potential buyers. Butler has lambasted teammates
and the organization. Is another team going to pay bog money to another
malcontent who criticized his surrounding cast and his coaches?
Is it odd to
see Parker in a jersey other the Spurs? It is. Parker was offered the same
amount of money by the Spurs as he got in Charlotte. His choice was about the
role. Parker felt he would have been more of an assistant coach than a player
in San Antonio, where has was guaranteed an on-court role in Charlotte.
Bjelica- Sacramento Kings
opted out of a nearly assured playoff role with the Philadelphia 76ers that
would have paid him $4.4 million for a 2 yr $13.3 million-dollar deal with Sacramento.
The problem is, it’s with Sacramento, the NBA portrait of futility and dysfunction
for 20 years.
McCaw- Golden State Warriors
still end back up with Golden State but the time to sing his 2 yr $5.3 million
dollar offer from the Warriors is ending. The offer has been on the table for
months. His holdout rings hollow as the team still holds his rights and he
risks losing playing time to players hungry to play with the like of Steph
Curry and Klay Thompson.
the Cavs, who will struggle to even compete for a playoff spot now that LeBron
is gone, over an offer from the Indiana Pacers who regularly sneak into the
Eastern Conference playoffs. Nwaba said he felt Cleveland was a better fit for
his skill set and where he can get significant playing time to showcase himself
for a deal will pay better than the one year $1.5 million dollar deal he got from