What do you do when you have a life-altering decision to make? Some decide to air that decision live on ESPN (and get destroyed for it for years to come). Others decide to get away from things for a while to clear their minds.
Dwight Howard has chosen to go with the latter and disappear for a little while to help him come up with the decision that will alter the look of many teams come next season.
Details of what took place between him and some of the teams he met with have surfaced, and you can find that and much more of what went down in Day 3 of Free Agency below:
- Kyle Korver will re-sign with the Atlanta Hawks, according to Marc Stein of ESPN: “Sources close to the situation told ESPN.com on Wednesday night that Kyle Korver has agreed to terms on a four-year deal with the Hawks worth an estimated $24 million. Korver was wooed by several teams in search of a sharpshooter, most notably Milwaukee, San Antonio and Brooklyn. The Nets, though, were limited to offering a three-year deal worth just under $10 million to Korver, who also received a three-year offer from the Bucks worth an estimated $21 million that, sources said, he turned down.”