We have collected the best Free Agency Quotes by famous authors including Zac Taylor, Tom Thibodeau, David O. McKay, James E. Faust, Cris Collinsworth and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
Like any year, any year with any team, you’re always going to look to the draft to help strengthen your roster and free agency.
I think that’s a big challenge in the NBA: How quickly can you adapt? Because things always change in the league – whether it’s trade, free agency, an injury, you have to adapt quickly.
As precious as life itself is our heritage of individual freedom, for man’s free agency is a God-given gift.
David O. McKay
Free agency, given us through the plan of our Father, is the great alternative to Satan’s plan of force. With this sublime gift, we can grow, improve, progress, and seek perfection.
James E. Faust
I think free agency changed the league more than the money. Teams had to build better facilities, coaches had to develop more personal relationships with the players and recruiting became such a big part of winning and losing.
Let me tell you, NBA free agency is wild. It’s like an even worse version of speed dating.
Today, free agency takes away a lot of your heroes, they go somewhere else. Some of them don’t but a lot of them do-take the higher offer to go somewhere else. And, it turns the fans off because they get attached to the players.
The timeline is kind of coming to an end as far as leading up to free agency.
The hardest thing to do in this league is to get a proven star. It’s just very hard to do. It’s hard to do in free agency; it’s hard to do in trades. You get very few opportunities to do it.
Stan Van Gundy
I play baseball. I don’t deal with trades, free agency, any of that stuff.
I am dead set against free agency. It can ruin baseball.
Guys move around in free agency.
Every player looks forward to free agency.
You are free to choose what you want to make of your life. It’s called free agency or free will, and it’s your birthright.
Free agency screws everybody’s allegiances up. Whether it be football, baseball, hockey, basketball, whatever it may be. It’s really hard.
That’s part of free agency. You can go where you want at the end of the day.
When you go into free agency and have options, any team is up for you to be on – and the Raiders, obviously with me having been there for so long, have a great shot at it.
Black people have no reason to fear political free agency.
I don’t think it’s right to think ahead to free agency.
Free agency is free agency. I love when NBA players get paid.
You work every day with your player development, try to improve through the draft, you have free agency and you have trades. I think you have to be very aggressive in each area. Sitting back and waiting sometimes is not a good thing.
I think it’s hard to compare the NBA and the WNBA, but the thing about the NBA is they just have a ton of movement every year, but the WNBA doesn’t. Free agency is not set up that way; the money is obviously not set up that way, so when one player moves, it could set the stage for, literally, like, six or seven years.
No matter how much technology changes scouting, no matter how much free agency and big TV contracts change the business of baseball, I hope and pray that the heart of the game will never change.
There’s obviously different roads you can go down. And I think if you study it, how teams are built – and I went through this in Minnesota – the draft is critical, free agency is critical, player development is critical and trade opportunities are critical.
You know, my first nine years I only played for two teams, Chicago and New York. And the only reason I got traded from New York was the 2010 free agency period, when they had a chance to sign LeBron and D-Wade and that whole class, and I understood that. But from there it’s kind of been a roller coaster.
The reason why I’m playing good is because I don’t think one second about my free agency.
Free agency is always interesting, exciting, sad. It brings all emotions.
News writing and sports writing have become synonymous. And it started with, you know, free agency, and now it’s in the concussion debate.
I’ve got to play free agency out, and I’ve got to look at all of my options.
To be candid with you, free agency hurts all sports. It’s great for athletes making an enormous amount of money. But to say it helps the sports, I don’t believe that.
The hardest thing about free agency is sometimes you want it right away but you have to wait and see see what happens.
It’s hard to change a roster around. You’ve got to hit your draft picks right, you’ve gotta hit free agency right, and a team’s got to fit together.
Jeff Van Gundy
It’s been humbling to have multiple teams interested in me and have people talking about my free agency and what I should do.
Just because you go to free agency doesn’t mean you don’t want to be somewhere. It’s just a part of the business.
In the NBA, you’re never immune to rumors and trade rumors and free agency stuff.