Free agency is just around the corner, and it’s already looking like a big summer for the NBA.

After all, a lot of free agents were locked in for their entire contracts when the lockout ended.

That’s been the case for years, and there are plenty of reasons why.

The NBA has had plenty of opportunities to get back to the playoffs for years and the free agency period has been an important part of that process.

However, there’s a new trend of players opting to sign long-term deals.

The league is hoping that free agency will help them bring in new talent, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that players will be signing longer deals than what the market demands.

That could be the case in 2018 and 2019.

With the NBA having some major cap space and the salary cap set to increase in 2018, there are a lot more big-name free agents available for teams than there were in past years.

Here’s what the latest free agency looks like in the NBA:NBA Free Agency: The 2017-18 Free Agent Classes What is the 2017-2018 NBA free agent classes?

Players with a maximum value of $100,000 per year are eligible for free agency, but it’s up to teams to sign them.

In 2018, teams are limited to three deals per player.

Players are eligible to re-sign with the team that drafted them, if the player’s agent can’t come to an agreement, or the player can waive his no-trade clause.

The 2017 class has the highest number of players, but there are several players with very low ceilings on their contracts.

There are also a number of high-priced veterans that are still in the league.

Here are the players who have made the biggest impact this season.

First Team All-NBA The first team All-American of the 2017 class is guard Anthony Davis.

Davis averaged a career-high 20.3 points per game and shot 46 percent from three-point range, leading the nation.

The 5-11 guard is the best shooter in the 2017 draft class, and his size, speed, and versatility make him a great fit for the Warriors’ new point guard system.

He could be a nice addition to the Cavaliers’ offense, but Davis has been a bit of a disappointment in San Antonio.

Second Team All – NBA First Team Guard of the Year Anthony Davis is a key cog in the Cavaliers frontcourt, and the 6-7 guard averaged 20.0 points and 8.5 rebounds per game.

Davis played for the Cavaliers in the 2016 NBA Finals, scoring in double figures four times.

He also averaged 4.6 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per game during the 2017 regular season.

The 6-8 guard is one of the best shooters in the draft class and is a great defensive player who can defend the rim and block shots.

He’s one of several big-time free agents in this class.

Third Team All American Guard of Year Anthony Harris is the No. 2 guard in the class and the No