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According to a report via Marc Stein of ESPN, the Atlanta Hawks, have re-signed Kyle Korver, after many thought he was headed to the Brooklyn Nets.
Sources close to the situation told ESPN.com on Wednesday night that Kyle Korver has agreed to terms on a four-year deal with the Hawks worth an estimated $24 million.
Korver was wooed by several teams in search of a sharpshooter, most notably Milwaukee, San Antonio and Brooklyn.
The Nets, though, were limited to offering a three-year deal worth just under $10 million to Korver, who also received a three-year offer from the Bucks worth an estimated $21 million that, sources said, he turned down.
Yea I wouldn’t have left $14 million on the table to join the Nets either.
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Kyle Korver received interest as a free agent, and it looks like he will end up staying in Atlanta with the Hawks on a nice deal.
If there was ever a question that great shooters will have a significant place in Danny Ferry's plan for the Atlanta Hawks, the reported re-signing of guard Kyle Korver should answer it.
Although the deal can not be finalized until July 10, a date which signifies the end of the NBA's moratorium on trades and free-agent signings, Korver is believed to have a four-year, 24...
With all the speculation of Kyle Korver leaving for Brooklyn or maybe even Milwaukee, the nine-year veteran decided to stay put and play for the Atlanta Hawks. Korver is set to make $24 million over the next 4 seasons with the Atlanta Hawks.
Brooklyn was first to offer Kyle a contract but were limited to only given him a three-year deal worth $10 million...
A person with knowledge of the deal says the Atlanta Hawks have reached an agreement to re-sign guard-forward Kyle Korver to a multiyear deal.
The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the deal has not been officially announced.
Korver averaged 10.9 points per game and ranked second in the NBA by making 45.7 percent of his 3-point shots. Korver...
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It was reported a couple of days ago that Kyle Korver going to the Brooklyn Nets was “In The Bag” according to CBS Sports. But now it turns out that Korver to the Nets isn’t just not in the bag; it isn’t happening at all. Chris Broussard of ESPN is reporting that the Nets have pulled out of the running for Kyle Korver, and that it is an issue of...
Kyle Korver has decided to re-sign with the Atlanta Hawks on a four-year, $24 million contract.
Korver was initially linked to the Brooklyn Nets, but the market escalated beyond what the team could afford to pay based on salary cap restraints.
The Milwaukee Bucks and San Antonio Spurs had also been interested in signing Korver.
Atlanta Hawks: Kyle Korver Contract Grade
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Contract: 4 years, 24 million
- 6 million per year for Kyle Korver? A little high. But for a rebuilding team? Ridiculous. The Hawks are rebuilding around Al Horford and Jeff Teague (if they resign him), now that that the Chris Paul and Dwight Howard dream is over and they need to spend their...
After the first few days of the NBA free agency period, all was quiet on the Hawks front.The Hawks reportedly were among the few teams able to land a meeting with the biggest name on the market in Atlanta native Dwight Howard on Monday. Howard will spend the next few days mulling offers, according to Yahoo! Sports, before announcing his decision on July 10.While teams could begin...
The Atlanta Hawks created cap space to pursue Dwight Howard this offseason.
With Howard appearing likely to sign elsewhere, sources say the Hawks likely won't pursue players to become a playoff contender in order to improve their odds in the 2014 lottery.
"I think we may all be UNDERESTIMATING number of teams considering tanking this year. Been flooded with calls from GMs...
The Milwaukee Bucks are offering Kyle Korver a three-year contract worth $20 million.
These more lucrative offers have led the Brooklyn Nets out of the chase for Korver.
The Bucks traded J.J. Redick on Tuesday.
Korver played for the Atlanta Hawks last season.
Josh Smith has been told by the Houston Rockets that they plan on making him a contract offer if they are unable to sign Dwight Howard.
Smith understood the Rockets' sense of priorities and appears to be taking a slow approach in free agency.
Smith met with the Detroit Pistons for approximately five hours after the start of free agency.
Smith has yet to meet with the Atlanta...
In one of the more surprising decision made by an NBA free agent this off-season, Al Jefferson agreed to a deal with the Charlotte Bobcats. Kyle Korver, J.R. Smith, and Earl Clark also made their decisions. Here is the latest NBA free agent dealings.
Charlotte Bobcats sign C Al Jefferson to 3-year, $40.5 million deal
For a team that has struggled to become relevant and seemed...