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Free Agent Market: Who's Left?

As the Spurs are seemingly content with their roster at 14 players, we scour the Top 20 free agents from the bottom of the barrel to see who other teams may pick up as NBA Free Agency 2013 winds down.

Could Antawn Jamison switch employers in Los Angeles?
Could Antawn Jamison switch employers in Los Angeles?
Harry How
  • Nikola Pekovic - C: He was one of the most valuable restricted free agents of the summer, and he'll resign with Minnesota. They're just taking longer working out the details than anyone expected. That said, most everyone also thought Brandon Jennings would return to Milwaukee until Detroit stood up.
  • Antawn Jamison - PF: Lakers experiment didn't work out, but he's drawing interest from Clippers, Bulls, among others.
  • Al Harrington - PF: The 33 year old former star bottomed out in Orlando, and they waived him. He wants to go to a contender. One will probably sign him for the minimum.
  • Ivan Johnson - PF: Surprising that he's lasted this long. He had moments for Atlanta last year playing behind Horford/Smith and tallied 3 double-doubles, including a 21 point, 10 rebound performance against Orlando. Rumor has it the Knicks are interested.
  • Ronnie Brewer - SG: He was solid as a defensive specialist on the Bulls but not on the Thunder. There is at least one rumor that says Chicago may take him back.
  • Beno Udrih - PG: Remember him, Spurs fans? Stein of ESPN thinks the Knicks want him.
  • Leandro Barbosa - SG: Seems like this guy is on a new team every year. Supposedly the Movin' Mavs have offered...not sure why he hasn't accepted.
  • Lou Amundson - PF: Echo the above sentiment. Reportedly, teams that missed on Oden (excluding SA, of course) may kick the tires on a defensive guy like Sweet Lou.
  • Lamar Odom - PF: Sad to see him drop this far. Not sure if there's any truth to the return to Lakers rumors, and it appears the Clippers are moving on from him.
  • Richard Hamilton - SG: Rip is done in Chicago but not the league, according to him. Not much interest showing yet.
  • Drew Gooden - PF: He averaged double digit scoring 3 straight seasons, then was injured most of last year. Knicks have come up, but I would be surprised if they go his direction.
  • Devin Ebanks - SF: Lakers parted ways, but several teams are interested in the young, athletic wing, including Hawks, Nuggets, Bucks, Bobcats (who have also been interested in every other free agent available this summer, but not many have been interested in them).
  • Mickael Pietrus - SF: He's another one the Knicks have been eying, and he was supposedly going to work out for several teams upon his return to the States, which should have happened by now.
  • Johan Petro - C: One of very few experienced bigs left, but there's a reason. Once again, Knicks have sniffed.
  • Tyrus Thomas - PF: One of the least attractive head cases in the league, while sporting tons of athletic ability. Pacers are rumored to be looking in the aftermath of Chris Copeland's knee problem.
  • DeShawn Stevenson - SG: Hawks just replaced him with DeMarre Carroll. Now Heat interested?
  • Sebastian Telfair - PG: Supposedly the Knicks are still pursuing him, along with half these other players. They have Felton/Prigioni, so they'll probably add either Telfair or Udrih.
  • Anthony Tolliver - PF: Hawks haven't renounced his rights yet, and he wants to return there.
  • Daequan Cook - SF: Miami Herald says he wants to join former OSU teammate Oden on Heat
  • DeSagana Diop - C: I scoured the interwebs for rumors on this guy. Nothing. You gotta think he'll end up somewhere with his size and age, but...?

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