2019 NBA free agency tracker: Grades for every deal so far

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Reggie Bullock: 2 years, $21 million (New York Knicks)

Say what you will about the New York Knicks missing out on all the top-tier free agents this summer, but they’re actually having a pretty understated offseason. While Julius Randle, Taj Gibson and Bobby Portis more than address the team’s frontcourt depth, an addition like Reggie Bullock brings wing depth, perimeter defense and, of course, 3-point shooting.

Last year, Bullock averaged 11.3 points per game while canning 37.7 percent of his 3s. He’s still only 28 years old and $10.5 million a year for the next two years is insignificant for a team replete with spending room.

Even better, like all of the Knicks’ other deals to this point, a two-year contract gives them complete flexibility to try again in 2021 free agency. Bullock won’t singlehandedly help New York turn the page, and none of the Knicks’ signings fit that category, but combined? This team is actually having a fairly decent offseason outside of the obvious, star-related disappointment.

Grade: B+