The NBA has become a 12-month industry, and CSN business insider Rick Harrow says that's a good thing.
After all the recruiting pitches are done, the billboards are taken down and the contracts have been offered, sometimes choosing a destination for an NBA player simply comes down to a gut feeling.
The Bulls didn't manage to nab Carmelo Anthony this past weekend, but their free agency plan did come together quite nicely:
It turns out Carmelo Anthony is taking less money.
While the Heat missed out at keeping LeBron James and potentially landing Carmelo Anthony, Pat Riley sought out a former Bull to fill the void at small forward in Miami.