Boozer was hoping to make a return to the NBA for a 14th season, but found no suitors. He worked out for the Miami Heat earlier this summer and was hoping to sign with a team and step in as a mentor for younger players. Boozer turns 35 in November and averaged 11.7 PPG and 6.7 RPG last year with the Lakers.
Maker's contract will reportedly be a four-year deal, while Brogdon will stick around on a three-year deal. Maker was the 10th pick in the NBA draft this year, and will look to work his way into decent playing time throughout the season, but won't crack the starting lineup immediately.
The rookie was slotted in at point in the Summer League. He showed good rebounding skills and ball control. He will compete with Rashad Vaughn and Tyler Ennis to find a rotation spot in his rookie season.
Maker looked generally strong in the Summer League, averaging 14.2 points and 9.6 rebounds per game. He was drafted 10th overall by the Bucks, who see him as a rotational player as a rookie.
Wade left Miami mainly due to contract disputes did not receive much criticism because of the offer he reportedly turned down. Wade believed he was wroth more and many others agree as well. He will always be a legend in Miami and now he will look to try and make the playoffs with the Bulls. Rondo, Butler and Wade will look to carry most of the load. Perimeter shooting will be a massive issue this season.
Well, that is nothing more than what the 76ers would like to hear from the first overall pick in this year's draft. Simmons should play a predominant role for the team the first time he sets foot on the court.
With the Warriors now having a ton of cap space wrapped up in a handful of superstar assets, they will have to get creative with filling out their roster for the 2016-17 season McGee certainly fits that description. The athletic 7'0" played in 34 games (two starts) for the Mavericks last season, averaging 5.1 points, 3.9 rebounds and 0.8 blocks while seeing just under 11 minutes per contest.
Vasquez's 2015-16 season was brought to an early end in December due to surgery that removed a bone spur from his ankle. He is going to miss a chance to play for Venezuela in the Olympics this summer, but is expected to be ready to go for the Nets by preseason in October.