Predicting top landing spots for best remaining NBA free agents

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The 2021 NBA offseason got off to a bang with the 2021 NBA Draft and things didn’t slow down once free agency began on August 2nd.

There was a flurry of moves agreed to in principle, as deals cannot officially be signed until August 8th.

Some of the biggest names in free agency have already found new homes, as Kyle Lowry and Lonzo Ball will be leaving the Toronto Raptors and New Orleans Pelicans for the Miami Heat and Chicago Bulls.

Lowry will be joining a Heat team that agreed to a max contract extension with Jimmy Butler and agreed to terms with Duncan Robinson, who will sign the largest contract ever by an undrafted player.

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The biggest free-agent contract signed thus far is by Chris Paul, who agreed to a four-year, $120 million deal with the Phoenix Suns.

While the first day of free agency provided a lot of movement, there are still some great players available. Where could the rest of the best remaining free agents land? Here are some predictions for their landing spots.