In the first hour of free agency on Monday evening, the San Antonio Spurs reportedly agreed to terms with veteran sharpshooter Doug McDermott on a three year deal worth $42 million. San Antonio was near the bottom of the league last season in terms of three-point accuracy and volume, and McDermott should help in that regard. He's a career 40.7% shooter from deep, and last year hit 39% on 4.3 attempts per game.
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In June, the Los Angeles Clippers made their first Western Conference Finals appearance in franchise history without its top star Kawhi Leonard. Now, the two-time NBA champion has a decision to make as he opted out of his $36 million contract to become a free agent. ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski suggested that "the expectation is that Leonard will negotiate a new deal to stay with Clippers."