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Tim Hardaway Jr



Take a look at the list of free agents who have signed in this crazy NBA offseason and you’ll see something curious: There aren’t too many bad contracts. Nothing too outlandish or out of the question (although some would argue Otto Porter’s four-year $106.5 million offer sheet counts).
That is, until now. And of course the New York Knicks had to be the ones to break that streak.
The franchise signed guard Tim Hardaway Jr. to a four-year, $71 million offer sheet, which can be matched by the Atlanta Hawks by Saturday. But as USA TODAY Sports’ Sam Amick points out, “that far exceeds anything that most NBA executives anticipated for the 25-year-old who was drafted by the Knicks in 2013.”
That’s absolutely correct. Hardaway broke out last season as an effective scorer off the bench for the Hawks, averaging 14.5 points per contest on 45.5 percent shooting. That’s pretty good, but not four-years, $71 million good. That’s money predicting he’ll repeat and exceed what he did as a 24-year-old.
Want some perspective? That’s a bigger contract than what Patty Mills (four years, $50 million) and Dion Waiters (four years, $52 million) got. There’s no way that should be the case. And the funny thing is, Hardaway’s potential journey back to New York is absurd:
تيم هارداواي جونيور مواليد 16 مارس 1992، هو لاعب كرة سلة أمريكي يلعب مع فريق نيويورك نيكس في الرابطة الوطنية لكرة السلة ويحمل الرقم 5.[1] يبلغ طوله 6 قدم 6 بوصة (2.0 م).

http://ftw.usatoday.com/2017/07/nba-free-agency-new-york-knicks-tim-hardaway-jr-offer-sheet-overpaid-bad-contract