Marc Stein reported tonight that Kyle Korver has signed a 4-year, $24 million contract with the Atlanta Hawks. Meaning, the Nets were not able to convince Korver to sign in Brooklyn for 3 years, $10 million.
Kyle Korver is staying with Atlanta on four-year deal worth estimated $24 million, sources tell ESPN— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) July 4, 2013
So, naturally, the question is: where do the Nets turn now?
As Net Income noted, it appears as if Marco Belinelli is not on the Nets' radar.
Meaning, the Nets will likely turn their sites back to Bojan Bogdanovic and/or maybe to someone like Carlos Delfino or, as reported, a veteran like Matt Barnes.
It will be interesting to see where they go next, but you can hardly blame Korver for getting what is considered his "last big contract" at $14 million more than what the Nets could have offered him.
- Nets lose chase for Korver - Tim Bontemps - New York Post
- Kyle Korver spurns Brooklyn Nets, re-signs with Atlanta Hawks - Tim Bontemps - New York Post
- Knicks and Nets’ Plans Complicated by Suddenly Expensive Wing Players - Howard Beck - New York Times
- NBA free agency: Kyle Korver, Hawks reach 4-year agreement - Jason Patt - SB Nation
- Report: Hawks bring back Korver with 4-year, $24 million deal - David Aldridge - NBA.com
- Report: Kyle Korver agrees to four-year deal to stay with Hawks - Brett Pollakoff - NBC Sports
- Sources: Hawks, Kyle Korver agree - Marc Stein - ESPN
- Latest on Brooklyn Nets free agency - Mike Mazzeo - ESPN New York
- NBA Free Agency Buzz 7.3: Nets out of the running for Korver? - Royce Young - CBS Sports