Like the Redick signing, the one-year deal helps the Sixers move closer to the cap floor while still giving them flexibility to round out the roster next summer.
Speaking of Iggy, after receiving a contract offer from the Rockets, he has canceled the rest of his meetings and will now discuss a contract with the Warriors, who are prepared to offer him a three-year deal, reports Marcus Thompson.
The center agreed to a four-year, $15 million deal with the Rockets as free agency opened, but such a contract would actually be illegal for Nene to sign.
The notoriously competitive and occasionally combative Rondo is the only player in the NBA who I’m confident could and would beat LaVar Ball in literally any possible activity.
And at least one member of the Warriors bench is coming back: Shaun Livingston is signing a three-year, $24 million deal to stay in Golden State, the AP reports.