Predicting Where The Top 30 NBA Free Agents Will Sign

Dennis Schroder

Oof. The unfortunate saga of Dennis Schroder’s free agency continues. As the report goes, Schroder reportedly turned down a four-year, $84 million extension from the Lakers in 2021 in search of an even bigger deal. That offer never came, and Schroder stumbled during the postseason for LA. Instead of signing a long-term deal last offseason, Schroder would go on to sign a one-year contract with the Celtics worth a meager $5.9 million. He was then traded at the deadline to the Rockets for Daniel Theis. Schroder’s best chance at rebuilding his value is going back to the role of a sixth man. He was at his best playing behind Chris Paul in Oklahoma City, and the Suns could use his shot-creation and speed off the bench.

Prediction: Schroder signs a one-year, $6 million deal with the Phoenix Suns

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