Glenn Robinson III: 2 years, $4 million (Golden State Warriors)
This deal will most likely be for the veteran minimum ($4 million over two years), but between this addition and Willie Cauley-Stein, the big takeaway is the Golden State Warriors will probably have to move someone to make the money work.
The most logical candidate is Shaun Livingston, who has been considering retirement and on the decline for the last few years. After trading away Andre Iguodala, it’s pretty clear the front office isn’t afraid to take drastic measures to make sure this dynasty remains relevant.
Robinson’s tenure with the Detroit Pistons didn’t go according to plan, as he averaged 4.2 points in 13.0 minutes per game over 47 appearances with the team. He shot just 29 percent from long range, which was a major comedown from the 41.2 percent he shot the year before with the Indiana Pacers. The Dubs will hope he rediscovers his shooting stroke for a team that needs the spacing.