Monday NBA Free Agency Roundup: Kevin Durant’s New Deal Shows Winning Comes 1st

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    The talent pool is dwindling quickly, but quite a few impact players are still looking for homes. These are the top five free agents remaining from our original Big Board

    1. Gordon Hayward, SF, Unrestricted

    No other player still available is an unquestioned stud.

    Gordon Hayward is. 

    He’s consistently improved throughout his tenure with the Utah Jazz, developing into a two-way standout who can contribute in every way imaginable. Whether he’s bursting off a back-door cut to finish alley-oops at the rim, creating his own shot off the bounce or asserting himself as a defensive stalwart, the Butler product has learned how to make the most of his athletic gifts. 

    2. Otto Porter Jr., SF, Restricted

    Don’t be fooled by Otto Porter Jr.’s scoring average in 2016-17 (a career-high 13.4 points per game). He performed like a max player for the Washington Wizards, coupling his engaged defense with an impressive set of offensive skills. 

    Porter isn’t just willing to do all the little things. He does those, sure. But he’s also developed into one of the game’s deadliest shooters, consistently spotting up in the perimeter and turning the smallest modicum of space into a splash through the nylon. While it helps that John Wall has fed

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