Predicting Where The Top 30 NBA Free Agents Will Sign

Tyus Jones

Tyus Jones is one of the top point guards likely to be available this offseason. The Grizzlies would love to bring him back, but he could get a bit too pricey. Jones is more of a throwback point man. He’s not a prolific scorer, but he shoots it well from the outside and is adept at taking care of the basketball. Last season, Jones led the league in assist-to-turnover ratio at 6.4 (his brother, Tre, was second at 5.1). Reports indicate Jones wants to join a team where he could be a starting point guard. The Pistons have Cade Cunningham as the lead ball handler, but could use a secondary playmaker alongside last year’s No. 1 pick. Given each of their ability to shoot from the outside, a starting backcourt of Jones and Cunningham could work perfectly.

Prediction: Jones signs a 3-year, $30 million deal with the Detroit Pistons

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