NBA Rumors: Top 3 Available Free Agent Point Guards

Now that the season is over, the Larry O'Brien has been handed out, and the obscenity-laced chants put to rest, it's time to get into what fans really look forward to: Free Agency Season.

Many teams will be looking for a point guard to beef up their backcourt, and there are plenty of names out there. A look now at the Top 3 available PGs on the free agent market. 

Jalen Brunson

Brunson exploded to the front of this list during his breakout playoff performance, notably carrying the Dallas Mavericks while Luka Doncic was out for several games with an injury. 

The son of former New York Knick Rick Brunson has been squarely on the radar of the Knicks, but all signs are that Mark Cuban will not let Brunson go. 

Tyus Jones

Jones opened a lot of eyes this season, as the Memphis Grizzlies' so-called "backup" point guard actually started in 23 games in place of the injured Ja Morant. All he did was lead the Grizz to a 19-4 record in those games. 

He's only 26, and has shown an ability to be a floor leader. He wants to be a starter, but will he turn down more money from Memphis to take that role elsewhere? The New York Knicks and Washington Wizards are said to be very interested. 

Dennis Schröder

This offseason, Schröder isn't putting it out there that he wants a $100M contract as he did last year, only to accept a one-year $5.9M deal with the Boston Celtics. But he did perform reasonably well in a backup role for the Celts, until they dealt his expiring contract to the Houston Rockets. 

He won't come close to making up the $80M contract he reportedly turned down from the Lakers in 2021, but he can be a nice backup piece. 

Yes, technically, Kyrie Irving is a free agent, but it's all but a lock that he stays with the Brooklyn Nets. Besides, there are not many other teams that would want to pay large for the uncertainty and off-the-court shenanigans he brings. 

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