There still have been no indications that Johnson won’t accept the Hawks’ offer, but he’s keeping his options open while other top free agents make their decisions. Chris Sheridan reports: “Sources said Johnson was still considering whether it would be a better career move to play in New York or Chicago, and his ultimate decision would hinge upon which of the top free agents make commitments to those teams. […] When Atlanta quickly offered Johnson approximately $119 million over six years — nearly $27 million more than any other team could offer — it was believed the four-time All-Star was no longer available. But sources said his continued hesitancy to commit to the deal was a sign that Johnson wanted to keep his options open. One source said the chances of Johnson accepting Atlanta’s offer were “slightly” better that 50-50. If Johnson chose a team other than the Hawks, he could still sign a max contract if a sign-and-trade could be worked out.”