2010 NBA Free Agency: Why Luis Scola is the Forgotten One

Posted: 11th July 2010 by Patrick Harrel in NBA
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In an offseason of exorbitant contracts, nearly every top free agent has been able to sign a contract to their liking as teams seem willing to overpay for top talent. Amir Johnson received $33 million, Drew Gooden managed to get $32 million, Joe Johnson parlayed a terrible offseason into a $120 million contract, and even Darko Milicic walked away with $20 million.  Surely a free agent power forward who had 16 points and almost nine rebounds per game in a featured role could find a $50 million deal out there somewhere, right?  The answer is no. Despite his solid back-to-basket game, ability to space the floor with his mid-range shot, and his impressive rebounding skill, Luis Scola has only received middling interest from the New Jersey Nets and little to no other activity thus far ...

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