Afflao has signed with the Knicks on a 2-year deal worth $16 million. Afflao has played with Melo in the past on the Nuggets and has signed a team friendly contract. His second year is a player option year. Afflao will not help one of the league's worst defenses but will certainly help put some points on the scoreboard.
Monta Ellis - Indiana Pacers
Ellis has secured a 4-year deal with the Indiana Pacers worth $44 Million. Ellis will help the Pacers push the tempo and give their back court some scoring power. The undersized shooting guard should help can opt out after his 3rd year with Indiana.
Greg Monroe - Milwaukee Bucks
Monroe and the Bucks have agreed to a max deal worth about $50 million. The consensus was Monroe would sign with the Knicks but that clearly didn't happen. Monroe will be a core component of the Bucks' young nucleus and should help this young playoff team become even better.
Robin Lopez - New York Knicks
Lopez has signed a very large 4-year $54 million dollar contract with New York. Lopez was plan C for the Knicks after Monroe and DeAndre Jordan signed with another team. Lopez will add some toughness, rebounding and defense to a Knicks' squad who really needs those qualities.
DeAndre Jordan - Dallas Mavericks
Jordan has signed with the Mavs after vocalizing he wanted amore instrumental role in the offense. On the Clippers, Jordan was the 3rd scoring option behind CP3 and Blake Griffin. Rumors have also been flying that CP3 had a problem with Jordan with his poor free throw shooting percentage.
Rajon Rondo - Sacramento Kings
Rondo signed a 1-year deal worth $9.5 million. The Kings will see if Rondo can bounce back after a disastrous stint with the mavericks. This 1-year deal is a low risk, high reward for Sacramento. Rondo helped the Celtics win a title and, bring Boston back for another time only to come up short.