Shooting is at a premium in free agency

More than ever, teams around the NBA are putting a premium on players who are able to shoot efficiently from the perimeter.

It's why 3-point specialist Anthony Morrow was able to land a three-year, $10 million deal with Oklahoma City. It's why there continues to be a spot in the league for James Jones, who signed a minimum deal with Cleveland on Wednesday. And it's evident throughout the league this summer, reports ESPN's Kevin Arnovitz.