NBA Rumor: Justin Holiday Free Agency

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J. Michael: Following up (w/context): -Like last yr locker room not as strong. More detail later -@Justin Holiday said he wanted to stay in Feb -Reported since Pacers want him back but worried he could be out of their price range -Via two sources: #Knicks really want him (see Thibs). In a podcast you’re talking not reporting. I shouldve attributed that to what someone else said. It’s conjecture. Not fact. He wants to “find a home” and not keep jumping teams. If Pacers make right offer (MLE+) good chance he stays. But again, the NYK want him

The Nets are expected to meet with free agent forward Tobias Harris and also have DeAndre Jordan and Justin Holiday among the free agents on their radar, league sources told The Athletic. Harris embodies everything the Brooklyn Nets desire on and off the court. The Long Island native is a multi-positional player who can score in pick-and-roll sets and spread the floor on offense. On defense, he’s an above-average rebounder. In the locker room, Harris is coachable and has adapted to several roles while playing for five teams in his eight-year career. He comes in early and stays late in the gym.
3 years ago via ESPN

Ian Begley: The Knicks are among several teams to have contacted Justin Holiday recently and continue to have strong interest in bringing him back, per league sources. Holiday has drawn interest from several teams, including the Chicago Bulls, since the start of free agency. Holiday played all 82 games in New York last season and was one of the few players on the roster who was effective on both ends of the floor. New York acquired Holiday last summer in the Derrick Rose trade.

Justin said during the season the brothers, who played together as youngsters, have long wanted to play again on the same team, saying, “If we can play together, that would be a dream come true and we’d be successful doing it.’’ Of course, that also means the Pelicans could be in the mix for Justin. “Now it’s time to talk, time to figure it out,’’ Justin Holiday told The Post. “We’ll take some time off. We’ll sit and talk eventually. I’m excited to see him. The family thing first and we’ll figure it out after.’’
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