NBA teams have avoided offering Brandon Jennings the big money he's looking for. With each passing day, the reality is he may be better off trying again as a free agent next summer.
Jennings can sign the qualifying offer that the Bucks extended to him near the end of June, which would keep him in Milwaukee for another season and make him an unrestricted free agent in 2014.
The time to sign all but the most difficult and dangerous free agents has passed, but that hasn ’t stopped any team from keeping its ear to the ground and looking for bargains during the latter half of the summer. Negotiations that ... Read Post
Brandon Jennings' offseason didn't go quite as planned. The Milwaukee Bucks free agent point guard hit restricted free agency hoping to sign a multi-year contract worth around $12 million but the market price wouldn't allow it. A po... Read Post
Brandon Jennings, Dwight Howard and Andre Iguodala are star free agents that teams should avoid this summer once NBA free agency kicks off. Howard is an unrestricted free agent and figures to command multiple suitors on the open mar... Read Post