Home Sports Basketball Leroux: Breaking down the 2020 point guard free-agent market SportsBasketball Leroux: Breaking down the 2020 point guard free-agent market March 30, 2020 4 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Editor’s note: This is the second in a three-part series on the free-agent class of 2020. The 2020 free-agent class is definitely uninspiring, but will still shape the NBA over the next few seasons. Unlike big men, where a shift in demand has led to a brutal market, point guards have immense value around the league. Here, the challenge in the 2020 class is a lack of supply. Since this three-piece series will split the upcoming free-agent class into point guards, wings and big men, there will inevitably be some tough classification decisions. The point guard/wing distinction is the easiest one, as most players are fairly clearly in one camp or the other. Even if there are disagreements, every potential free agent will be considered in one of the three pieces. There are a lot of ways to think about a free-agent class but one of the most useful is to break it up by expected salary. That leads to natural categories: max players, non-max but above the $9.8… READ NEWS SOURCE RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Wizards five-time All-Star John Wall declares himself fully healthy NBA reportedly considering World Cup-style pool play for when season resumes Lillard: 'I'm not going to be participating' in 'meaningless games' Charles Barkley open to participating in next 'The Match' "Need Some Level Of Certainty": NBA Union Boss On Players Wanting Sport To Resume Audio surfaces of Michael Jordan saying he 'won't play' if Isiah Thomas is on Dream Team In re-started NBA season, the Bucks, Lakers will be winners. The losers are … How the Nets became one of the hottest teams in Vegas during the NBA hiatus NBA learns from the past as it moves to Wilson for future basketballs ‘Honest, funny, relatable’: How sports have influenced ‘The Simpsons’ Future Mock Draft: Selecting the best NBA rosters in 2025 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar episode of ‘Full House’ is ‘very special’ for writer LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.