3 free agents who could help NBA title contenders right now

Kyle Korver, Cleveland Cavaliers
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Kyle Korver – Shooting Guard/Small-Forward

Kyle Korver never retired in the offseason, so why didn’t anybody sign him? Many people expected Korver to announce his retirement in the offseason, but he never did and now it is basically assumed that he has hung up his jersey and is done playing. He will absolutely be a name to watch in NBA rumors.

If a championship team called up Kyle Korver right now, he would probably highly consider coming back and contending for a championship. Not only is Korver one of the best three-point shooters of all-time, but he has been a part of numerous championship-contending teams over the last few seasons and could make the biggest impact out of any free agent still available. 

It does not matter that Kyle Korver has not stepped foot in a game since last year and it does not matter if he cannot play more than 15 minute per game anymore because he ranks 10th on the All-Time Three-Point Percentage list and 4th on the All-Time Three-Pointers Made List (even though James Harden is about to pass him). 

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Kyle Korver has had one heck of a career and should retire, but a team should give him one last chance to win a title this year. Whether it is the Lakers, the Clippers, the Bucks (again), the 76ers or even the Jazz, Korver can contribute for any one of these teams and potentially be the guy that knocks down a huge three-point shot, just like Ray Allen did for the Miami Heat back in 2013 NBA Finals. 

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