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Best of NBA Free Agents
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NBA free agent rankings key:



(U) = Unrestricted free agent.

? = Restricted free agent.

(P) = Player option to end contract and become unrestricted free agent.

(T) = Team option to end the player's contact and make him an unrestricted free agent.

(ETO) = Early termination option to become unrestricted free agent.



Chauncey Billups (ETO), Detroit Pistons, 6-3, 202, PG



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Stats: 17.0 ppg, 3.4 rpg, 7.2 apg, 1.2 spg, 42.7% FG, 34.5% 3FG



Comments: No one expects Billups to leave Detroit. If he becomes a free agent it's just so he can sign a bigger deal with the team. Of course, some other squad could steal him like the Bulls stole Ben Wallace, but InsideHoops.com figures there's a 90% chance Billups stays.



Vince Carter (ETO), New Jersey Nets, 6-6, 220, SG



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Stats: 25.2 ppg, 6.0 rpg, 4.8 apg, 1.0 spg, 45.4% FG, 35.7% 3FG



Comments: Expected to become a free agent despite being set to earn over $16 million next season. Could stay with the Nets but anything seems possible. We think he'll stay with the Nets, though a sign-and-trade is possible. Only a select few teams could afford to sign him outright and his asking price is probably too high for their tastes.



Rashard Lewis (U), Seattle Sonics, 6-10, 230, SF



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Stats: 22.4 ppg, 6.6 rpg, 2.4 apg, 1.1 spg, 46.1% FG, 39% 3FG



Comments: If the Sonics draft Kevin Durant with the #2 pick, is Lewis needed anymore? Rashard is big enough to pretend to be a power forward, but that's not his game, and he'd get banged around a lot. He's seeking a long deal. The Bobcats and Magic could bite.



Gerald Wallace (P), Charlotte Bobcats, 6-7, 215, G/F



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Stats: 18.1 ppg, 7.2 rpg, 2.6 apg, 2.0 spg, 1.0 bpg, 50.2% FG



Comments: A force on both ends of the floor, Wallace is one of the most versatile talents available. Tons of teams want him, for his defensive skills especially.



Mo Williams (U), Milwaukee Bucks, 6-1, 185, PG



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Stats: 17.3 ppg, 4.8 rpg, 6.1 apg, 1.2 spg, 44.6% FG, 34.6% 3FG



Comments: A breakout season for a dynamic, talented point guard. The Bucks would love to keep him. After a quiet rookie season with the Jazz, Mo got better each season in Milwaukee and it would be nice to see him hang around and become a building block.



Mike Bibby (ETO), Sacramento Kings, 6-1, 190, PG



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Stats: 17.1 ppg, 3.2 rpg, 4.7 apg, 1.1 spg, 40.4% FG, 36.0% 3FG



Comments: The Kings had a bad season, and Bibby was pretty unspectular. With Bibby, Kevin Martin and Ron Artest you'd think the team is just a power forward or center away from competing, but it's quite possible management blows up the team. A sign-and-trade sending Bibby elsewhere is possible, or he could stay. Word is, however, that he's not going to elect to terminate his contract, so we'll probably remove him from this list any day now.



Darko Milicic ?, Orlando Magic, 7-0, 275, PF/C



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Stats: 8.0 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 1.1 apg, 1.8 bpg, 45.4% FG



Comments: Although it feels like he's been around for years, Milicic in late June turns just 21 years old. In other words, the kid is the same age as most college juniors or seniors. He only played 23.9 minutes per game last season, so those stats easily could have been higher with real court time. The Magic were hoping he'd break out this season, but it didn't happen. But the flashes are there and the potential is still big.



Desmond Mason (U), New Orleans Hornets, 6-5, 222, G/F



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Stats: 13.7 ppg, 4.6 rpg, 1.5 apg, 45.2% FG, 66.3% FT



Comments: Mason has been all over the place stat-wise over the last few seasons, scoring 17.2 ppg in Milwaukee three seasons ago, just 10.3 ppg with the Hornets two years ago and 13.7 ppg last season. A spectular dunker, Mason's limited shooting range hurts his offensive usefulness. But he's a talented, athletic player best used as a primary backup as an undersized small forward or strong shooting guard.



Grant Hill (U), Orlando Magic, 6-8, 225, G/F



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Stats: 14.4 ppg, 3.6 rpg, 2.1 apg, 51.8% FG, 16.7% 3FG



Comments: Old but worth adding as a fill-in small forward or shooting guard. Probably best served joining a championship team. InsideHoops.com thinks he should sign with the Magic for the minimum just to make up for all the money they wasted on him during his injuries.



Luke Walton (U), Los Angeles Lakers, 6-8, 232, SF



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Stats: 11.4 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 4.3 apg, 1.0 spg, 47.4% FG, 38.7% 3FG



Comments: Walton was having a very good season until missing action late January through mid March. He definitely benefitted from the triangle offense and we're not sure he'd do as well elsewhere. His value is probably highest with the Lakers, so hopefully he stays. Most teams would consider him a sixth or seventh man, not a starter.
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NBA free agent rankings key:



(U) = Unrestricted free agent.

® = Restricted free agent.

(P) = Player option to end contract and become unrestricted free agent.

(T) = Team option to end the player's contact and make him an unrestricted free agent.

(ETO) = Early termination option to become unrestricted free agent.





Andres Nocioni ®, Chicago Bulls - The type of "annoyingly" (in a good way) rugged player every single team needs. Terrific addition to all 30 rosters. The Bulls want to keep him.



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Anderson Varejao ®, Cleveland Cavaliers - The master of the flop, Varejao is a quality backup and intelligent player who constantly moves, hustles and positions himself correctly at all times. InsideHoops.com confirms that the rumor that a small family of elves lives in Varejao's hair is in fact false. The Cavs want to keep him.



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Chris Webber (U), Detroit Pistons - Proved he can still play, though for next season he's probably best used off the bench as a scoring option who plays big minutes, sort of like Leandro Barbosa. Only C-Webb is also a great passer.



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Michael Finley (P), San Antonio Spurs - Old, but if he's good enough to help the Spurs win a championship he's good enough to help any team in the league. Rumor is he's considering testing the market, but I think he'd be crazy to leave San Antonio.



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Fabricio Oberto (P), San Antonio Spurs - Minus the "old" comment, apply my comments on Finley to Oberto. He's tall and good enough to not mess things up.



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Matt Barnes (U), Golden State Warriors - Barnes had a steady season and the best of his career, though increased stats came mostly because of increased minutes and a team playing style that suited him. His playoff performances increased his value, though not as much as some may think. He's still primarily best used as a major bench minutes guy who can start for some teams in the right situations. Also, he has a cool mohawk and tats. That has to be worth something.



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Mickael Pietrus ®, Golden State Warriors - Speaks French, which attracts hot chicks, and InsideHoops.com approves of more hot chick NBA fans, and therefore encourage his signing. A useful backup.



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Jason Kapono (U), Miami Heat - Nails three-pointers like crazy and is absolutely worth signing. In the time it took me to post this on InsideHoops.com (5-6 seconds) he probably hit five more threes.



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Ruben Patterson (U), Milwaukee Bucks - Got some new life with the Bucks and can help any squad.



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Kurt Thomas (P), Phoenix Suns - One of the only good defensive big-men on the Suns. Though, he's short for a big-man. But an OK starter and amazing backup.



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Dahntay Jones ®, Memphis Grizzlies - Extremely athletic, versatile and talented. Can help any team.



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Charlie Bell (U), Milwaukee Bucks - Bell overachieves and is worth signing. Makes the most of his abilities and can help most teams.



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Sasha Pavlovic ®, Cleveland Cavaliers - Hits shots.



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Jerry Stackhouse (U), Dallas Mavericks - Produces points in a hurry.



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Steve Blake (U), Denver Nuggets - A good backup who makes all the right passes. Decent enough to start for some teams.



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Keyon Dooling (P), Orlando Magic - Jumps very high and can do some stuff. Also, InsideHoops.com has heard him crack funny jokes to teammates before games, which has to be worth something. But seriously, a legit talent absolutely worth signing.



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NBA free agent rankings key:



(U) = Unrestricted free agent.

® = Restricted free agent.

(P) = Player option to end contract and become unrestricted free agent.

(T) = Team option to end the player's contact and make him an unrestricted free agent.

(ETO) = Early termination option to become unrestricted free agent.



Eddie House (U), New Jersey Nets - A scorer who can help most teams in limited minutes, jacking up five or six jumpers and hitting two or three of them.



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Antonio McDyess (P), Detroit Pistons - Still a useful backup.



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Chuck Hayes ®, Houston Rockets - Undersized rugged power forward useful off a bench.



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Bonzi Wells (P), Houston Rockets - InsideHoops.com has asked around and word is Wells better stay with the Rockets, because few NBA teams are interested.



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Smush Parker (U), Los Angeles Lakers - Smush's career got a boost thanks to the Lakers but he'll now go back to being a backup somewhere else.



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Chucky Atkins (U), Memphis Grizzlies - Chucky wants to play, and should, as a primary backup somewhere.



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Gary Payton (U), Miami Heat - Pretty old at this point. But makes for a great interview.



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Eddie Jones (U), Miami Heat - He's around 82 years old. Still probably worth adding as a vet who can tell stories of inspiration to the rookies or something.



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Jannero Pargo (P), New Orleans Hornets - An OK backup point guard, and a great player to have as a backup to the backup.



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Louis Williams (T), Philadelphia 76ers - Still not sure what to make of young Lou, but we know he's obsessed with getting better, and therefore is worth testing.



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Jalen Rose (U), Phoenix Suns - An InsideHoops.com favorite, the Suns are too deep for Rose, but plenty of other teams could use him off a bench.



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Corliss Williamson (U), Sacramento Kings - Can knock down entire buildings if he wants. So InsideHoops.com can see him on a playoff team. And if the team is about to be eliminated he could run and crash into the side of the arena, knock it over, and maybe get the game cancelled and rescheduled or something.



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Jacque Vaughn (U), San Antonio Spurs - Plays defense and hustles like crazy to make up for his lack of talent. Belongs on a roster.



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Dee Brown ®, Utah Jazz - Knows Deron Williams, who is becoming a star, and it's always cool to know people who are friends with stars. That's how I get into NYC's hot parties. Being editor of InsideHoops.com is usually good enough, though, but knowing some stars definitely helps. Oh yeah, as for Dee Brown, he runs really fast and stuff.



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