Here are some more possible 2022 NBA offseason moves. There are a lot of free agents this year that could be leaving their respective teams, so this free agency could be fun. Here is the More Possible 2022 NBA Offseason Moves article.
Jalen Brunson to the Knicks
Brunson is having a stellar playoff run against the Utah Jazz right now. The rising star has averages of 29.8 points, 5.3 boards, 4.8 assists, 0.5 steals, and only 0.8 turnovers a game against the Jazz in the playoffs this year. Along with his nice playoff run, he averaged career highs across the board as a starter this year, averaging 16.3 points, 3.9 boards, 4.8 dimes, and 0.8 steals on 50% from the field, 37% from three and 84% from the line. Keeping this in mind, The New York Knicks are in desperate need of a point guard. Brunson fits the need at point guard and his recent play has been exciting to say the least. He becomes a free agent this year and he’s going to be one of the most sought-after agents.
TJ Warren to the Timberwolves
Warren has been out since December of 2020 with a foot injury. Due to this injury, no matter where he goes, he’s going to end up possibly coming off the bench. He needs to prove himself again in this league, so signing with a contending team might help him out. A team like the Timberwolves makes sense in this scenario. Warren is a bona-fide scorer who uses his length to provide good defense. Remember how he scored 50 points in the bubble on 20/29 shooting? His scoring ability and defensive tenacity could help bolster this team’s bench. It makes people wonder how this will affect Jarred Vanderbilt and Jaden McDaniels, but this is all speculation and merely a prediction.
Victor Oladipo Leaves Miami
Oladipo has been an afterthought since joining the Heat. Ever since he got back from injury, he has been relegated to bench duties and hasn’t really played. During the regular season, he played in eight total games averaging 12.4 points, 2.9 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 0.6 steals, and 0.1 blocks on 48% from the field, 42% from three, and 74% from the line. He even dropped a 40 burger in the last game of the season to up his averages a little bit more. Oladipo is being players like Max Strus, Kyle Lowry, Gabe Vincent, and others, so a change in scenery would be beneficial for both parties. Where Oladipo could go is a mystery, but don’t be surprised if he leaves.
Isaiah Roby has Team Option Declined, Leaves OKC
Roby has been getting better and better in this league and OKC would be foolish to let him go. His contract is beyond reasonable as he’s making just $1.3 million a year. However, the Thunder are always looking for new talent and may be inclined to let him walk in free agency. Roby has proven he can fill up the stat sheet and make an impact in any game. Now, where he goes is hard to tell, but he could be another sought-after free agent due to his versatility. Hopefully he gets playing time wherever he goes, but it’s not a given. A team that could use a versatile forward/center could include the Lakers and possibly the Hornets. Expect Roby to have some traction in free agency.