2015 NBA Free Agents: Top 3 By Position

2015 NBA Free Agents

Here is a quick look at the best 2015 NBA Free Agents by position.

As the clock strikes midnight, the feeding frenzy that is NBA free agency will be upon us.

Top 2015 Free Agents Point Guards

1. Goran Dragic, Miami Heat

The talented Dragic will likely stay put in South Beach.

2. Reggie Jackson, Detroit Pistons

Young and talented, Jackson played himself into some big $ after arriving in Motown.

3. Brandon Knight, Phoenix Suns

A good fit in Phoenix, retaining Knight should be a priority. He will have no shortage of suitors

 

Top 2015 Free Agents Shooting Guards

1. Jimmy Butler, Chicago Bulls

Bulls have offered a 5 year max deal as well as a 1 year 4.5 qualifying offer that would make Butler an unrestricted FA in 2016, ball is in Jimmy’s court.

2. Dwyane Wade, Miami Heat

The Heat legend will test the market, does not seem to be robust market for an aging SG with balky knees. Would fit great with a contender.

3. Monta Ellis, Dallas Mavericks

A scorer who had a lost season in Dallas, will have a bevy of interest.

 

Top 2015 Free Agents Centers

1. Marc Gasol, Memphis Grizzlies

The big man from Spain will only negotiate with the Grizzlies. A done deal.

2. DeAndre Jordan, Los Angeles Clippers

The defensive dynamo and rebound machine will have no shortage interest. The Mavericks and Lakers seem to be the frontrunners.

3. Greg Monroe, Detroit Pistons

Ideal big man for “small ball”, Monroe can also bang in the paint. Dude will get paid.

 

Top 2015 Free Agents Small Forwards

1. LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers

The best player in the universe is NOT going anywhere. Just maximizing his earning potential

2. Kawhi Leonard, San Antonio Spurs

The future of the Spurs is not going anywhere.

3. Tobias Harris, Orlando Magic

Should be a good market for this youngster. Still has a huge upside

 

Top 2015 Free Agents Power Forward

1. LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland Trail Blazers

The cream of the FA crop in the fact that he is an impact player who will move on from Portland. San Antonio and the Lakers are early favorites.

2. Kevin Love, Cleveland Cavaliers

Traded for future stud, Andrew Wiggins, Cleveland must hold keep Love just to save face, Love may or may not be happy in Cleveland. We shall soon see.

4. Draymond Green, Golden State Warriors

Versatile difference maker will be a hot name. Could be the missing piece for a contender or this seasons Lance Stevenson. Buyer beware.

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