2006 NBA Free Agent List//2006 NBA Teams Under Cap

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2006 NBA Free Agent List


ESPN.com has compiled the list of free agents and potential free agents, along with players who have various contract provisions to guarantee all or part of their salary for next season.

Players can sign contracts starting on July 12.

Key: ETO: Early Termination Option, P: Player Option, T: Team Option

(NOTE: The difference between a player option and an Early Termination Option is a player becomes a free agent if he declines the option, but remains under contract if he declines the ETO.)


Atlanta Hawks

Restricted: Anthony Grundy, Royal Ivey (T), Donta Smith (T)


Unrestricted: Al Harrington


Limited Salary Protection: Esteban Batista (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to $150,000 if not waived before 7/15/06; to $250,000 if not waived before 8/15/06)


Boston Celtics

Restricted: None


Unrestricted: Michael Olowokandi


Limited Salary Protection: Ryan Gomes ($300,000 salary protection for 06-07 if waived before 7/1/06, thereafter protection is full), Orien Greene (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to $100,000 if not waived before 7/1/06; to $200,000 if not waived before 8/2/06)



Charlotte Bobcats

Restricted: Kevin Burleson, Melvin Ely, Bernard Robinson


Unrestricted: Lonny Baxter, Jumaine Jones, Jake Voskuhl


Limited Salary Protection: None



Chicago Bulls

Restricted: Luke Schenscher, Darius Songaila (P)


Unrestricted: Malik Allen (T), Randy Livingston, Jannero Pargo, Eric Piatkowski


Limited Salary Protection: Eddie Basden (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if on opening day roster for the 06-07 regular season), Othella Harrington (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if not waived before 7/16/06)


Cleveland Cavaliers

Restricted: Drew Gooden


Unrestricted: Alan Henderson, Ronald "Flip" Murray


Limited Salary Protection: Stephen Graham (no salary protection for 06-07)



Dallas Mavericks

Restricted: DJ Mbenga


Unrestricted: Darrell Armstrong, Jason Terry, Keith Van Horn


Limited Salary Protection: Rawle Marshall (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if not waived before 8/8/06), Josh Powell (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if not waived before 10/2/06)




Denver Nuggets

Restricted: Francisco Elson, Nenê Hilario


Unrestricted: Greg Buckner (P), Howard Eisley, Reggie Evans, DerMarr Johnson, Ruben Patterson (ETO)


Limited Salary Protection: None




Detroit Pistons

Restricted: Alex Acker, Amir Johnson (T)


Unrestricted: Kelvin Cato, Tony Delk (P), Lindsey Hunter, Ben Wallace


Limited Salary Protection: None




Golden State Warriors

Restricted: None


Unrestricted: Calbert Cheaney


Limited Salary Protection: Will Bynum (no salary protection for 06-07 if waived before 7/17/06, thereafter protection is full)




Houston Rockets

Restricted: Keith Bogans, Maciej Lampe (T)


Unrestricted: Ryan Bowen (P), Rick Brunson, Richie Frahm, David Wesley


Limited Salary Protection: None




Indiana Pacers

Restricted: Fred Jones


Unrestricted: Eddie Gill, Scot Pollard, Peja Stojakovic (ETO)


Limited Salary Protection: None


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Los Angeles Clippers

Restricted: Boniface N'Dong


Unrestricted: Vin Baker, Sam Cassell, Walter McCarty, Vladimir Radmanovic

Limited Salary Protection: Daniel Ewing ($200,000 salary protection for 06-07 if waived before 8/2/06, thereafter protection is full), Quinton Ross (no salary protection for 06-07 if waived before 6/15/06, thereafter protection is full), James Singleton ($50,000 salary protection for 06-07 if waived before 7/1/06, thereafter protection is full)
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Los Angeles Lakers

Restricted: Devin Green


Unrestricted: Devean George, Jim Jackson

Limited Salary Protection: Smush Parker (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if not waived on or before the day prior to the start of the 06-07 season), Ronny Turiaf ($50,000 salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to $100,000 if not waived on or before the day prior to the start of the 06-07 season), Von Wafer (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if not waived on or before the day prior to the start of the 06-07 season)




Memphis Grizzlies

Restricted: Antonio Burks

Unrestricted: Chucky Atkins, Bobby Jackson, Lorenzen Wright


Limited Salary Protection: Anthony Roberson (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if not waived before 8/1/06), Lawrence Roberts (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if not waived before 8/2/06)



Miami Heat

Restricted: None

Unrestricted: Derek Anderson (P), Shandon Anderson, Alonzo Mourning, Gary Payton, James Posey (P)

Limited Salary Protection: Earl Barron (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if not waived before 7/29/06), Jason Kapono (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if not waived before 7/1/06)



Milwaukee Bucks

Restricted: Jiri Welsch

Unrestricted: Reece Gaines, Ervin Johnson, Jermaine Jackson, Toni Kukoc

Limited Salary Protection: None

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Minnesota Timberwolves

Restricted: Ronald Dupree, Justin Reed, Bracey Wright (T)

Unrestricted: Marcus Banks, Anthony Carter

Limited Salary Protection: None



New Jersey Nets

Restricted: Derrick Zimmerman

Unrestricted: Lamond Murray, Cliff Robinson (T), John Thomas, Jacque Vaughn

Limited Salary Protection: Scott Padgett ($450,000 salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if not waived before 7/1/06)


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New Orleans Hornets

Restricted: None


Unrestricted: Rasual Butler, Speedy Claxton, Marcus Fizer, Marc Jackson (ETO), Aaron Williams

Limited Salary Protection: Linton Johnson (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if not waived before 7/1/06), Moochie Norris (no salary protection for 06-07)


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New York Knicks

Restricted: Jackie Butler

Unrestricted: Maurice Taylor (ETO), Qyntel Woods

Limited Salary Protection: Ime Udoka (no salary protection for 06-07)




Orlando Magic

Restricted: Trevor Ariza, Mario Kasun

Unrestricted: Stacey Augmon, Bo Outlaw, DeShawn Stevenson (P)

Limited Salary Protection: Travis Diener (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to $50,000 if not waived before 7/8/06; to $125,000 if not waived before 8/1/06)
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Philadelphia 76ers

Restricted: Willie Green (P), Shavlik Randolph, John Salmons

Unrestricted: Matt Barnes, Michael Bradley, Chris Webber (ETO)

Limited Salary Protection: None


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Phoenix Suns

Restricted: Pat Burke (P), Dijon Thompson (T)

Unrestricted: Brian Grant (P), Eddie House (P), Tim Thomas

Limited Salary Protection: Nikoloz Tskitishvili (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if not waived before 8/1/06)



Portland Trail Blazers

Restricted: None

Unrestricted: Voshon Lenard, Joel Przybilla

Limited Salary Protection: Steve Blake (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to full if not waived before 7/2/06)



Sacramento Kings

Restricted: None

Unrestricted: Jason Hart (P), Jamal Sampson, Bonzi Wells, Corliss Williamson (ETO)

Limited Salary Protection: None




San Antonio Spurs

Restricted: None

Unrestricted: Sean Marks, Nazr Mohammed, Nick Van Exel

Limited Salary Protection: Melvin Sanders (no salary protection for 06-07)



Seattle SuperSonics

Restricted: Chris Wilcox

Unrestricted: Mikki Moore (P), Mike Wilks

Limited Salary Protection: Noel Felix (no salary protection for 06-07)

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Toronto Raptors

Restricted: None

Unrestricted: Mike James (P), Darrick Martin, Alvin Williams (ETO, $5,400,000 salary protection for 06-07), Eric Wiliams (P), Loren Woods

Limited Salary Protection: Andre Barrett (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to 25% if not waived before 9/1/06; to 50% if not waived before 10/31/06)



Utah Jazz

Restricted: Keith McLeod (T), Andre Owens

Unrestricted: Jarron Collins, Matt Harpring, Greg Ostertag, Milt Palacio

Limited Salary Protection: Devin Brown ($500,000 salary protection for 06-07)



Washington Wizards

Restricted: Jared Jeffries, Awvee Storey, Billy Thomas

Unrestricted: Calvin Booth (P)

Limited Salary Protection: Peter John Ramos (no salary protection for 06-07, but will increase to $372,276 if not waived before 8/16/06. If on team's active or injured list on the first day of the 06-07 season salary protection increases to full), Donell Taylor (no salary protection for 06-07)


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2006 NBA Teams Under Cap


Free agents can negotiate with teams from July 1-11, but can't sign contracts until July 12. Based on an estimated $52,500,000 salary cap, there are five teams (Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, New Orleans/Oklahoma City and Toronto) that will have significant room under the cap.


The Los Angeles Clippers and Utah Jazz could have more than the $5,000,000 mid-level exception, however, those scenarios are unlikely.


Here's a salary cap breakdown for Atlanta, Charlotte, Chicago, New Orleans/Oklahoma City and Toronto and how much cap space will be available for each team. Maximum cap room can occur for each team if they renounce all free agents, decline team options and waive players with limited salary protection.

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Atlanta Hawks

Free Agents: Anthony Grundy (restricted), Al Harrington

Players Under Contract (8): Josh Childress, John Edwards, Joe Johnson, Tyronn Lue, Zaza Pachulia, Josh Smith, Salim Stoudamire, Marvin Williams
Total: $30,500,000

First-Round Pick (No. 5) Cap Hold: $2,460,700

Team Options: Royal Ivey, Donta Smith
Total: $1,489,000

Player Options: None
Total: $0

Limited Salary Protection: Esteban Batista
Total: $664,000

Estimated Cap: $52,500,000

Max Cap Space: $18,200,000

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Charlotte Bobcats

Free Agents: Lonny Baxter Kevin Burleson (restricted), Melvin Ely (restricted), Jumaine Jones, Bernard Robinson (restricted), Jake Voskuhl

Players Under Contract (8): Alan Anderson, Primoz Brezec, Matt Carroll, Raymond Felton, Brevin Knight, Sean May, Emeka Okafor, Gerald Wallace
Total: $23,600,000

First-Round Pick (No. 3) Cap Hold: $3,013,900

Team Options: None
Total: $0

Player Options: None
Total: $0

Limited Salary Protection: None
Total: $0

Estimated Cap: $52,500,000

Max Cap Space: $24,600,000


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Chicago Bulls

Free Agents: Randy Livingston, Jannero Pargo, Eric Piatkowski, Luke Schenscher (restricted)

Players Under Contract (7): Tyson Chandler, Luol Deng, Chris Duhon, Ben Gordon, Kirk Hinrich, Andres Nocioni, Mike Sweetney
Total: $27,400,000

First-Round Pick (No. 2 and No. 16) Cap Holds: $4,555,900

Team Options: Malik Allen
Total: $1,803,600

Player Options: Darius Songaila
Total: $2,376,000

Limited Salary Protection: Eddie Basden, Othella Harrington
Total: $4,531,000

Estimated Cap: $52,500,000

Max Cap Space: $19,200,000


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New Orleans Hornets

Free Agents: Rasual Butler, Speedy Claxton, Marcus Fizer, Aaron Williams

Players Under Contract (9): Brandon Bass, P.J. Brown, Marc Jackson (ETO), Arvydas Macijauskas, Desmond Mason, Chris Paul, J.R. Smith, Kirk Snyder, David West
Total: $32,400,000

First-Round Pick (No. 12 and No. 15) Cap Holds: $2,735,900

Team Options: None
Total: $0

Player Options: None
Total: $0

Limited Salary Protection: Linton Johnson, Moochie Norris
Total: $5,321,000

Estimated Cap: $52,500,000

Max Cap Space: $16,900,000


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Toronto Raptors

Free Agents: Darrick Martin, Loren Woods

Players Under Contract (9): Matt Bonner, Chris Bosh, Jose Calderon, Joey Graham, Kris Humphries, Morris Peterson, Pape Sow, Charlie Villanueva, Robert Whaley
Total: $20,200,000

First-Round Pick (No. 1) Cap Hold: $3,751,000

Team Options: None
Total: $0

Player Options: Mike James, Eric Williams
Total: $8,016,000

Limited Salary Protection: Andre Barrett, Alvin Williams (ETO)
Total: $7,464,000

Waived: Alonzo Mourning
Total: $4,225,000

Estimated Cap: $52,500,000

Max Cap Space: $14,150,000
 

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Wow, that's 5 teams with max dollars to spend.

You then only have a few players worthy (in theory) of max money.

Ben Wallace (likely to be signed by Detroit), maybe Peja (likely to be signed by Indiana) and Chris Webber.

Here's what it all means. There are going to be a lot of mid-level players that will be signed to bloated contracts --and alot of owners that ruin their payrolls for years to come.

Honestly, Tim Thomas has to be one of the better free agents out there this summer. I could easily see him getting and 8 or 9 mill offer from one of these teams. Who else are they going to spend their money on?

I wonder how self-disciplined the owners will be this summer. Some are going to look at the crop of free agents and just sit on their money until next year--hoping that Sarver is too cheap to extend Boris and is will to let him go as a restricted FA (among other things of course).
 

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We could try and pick up Olowakandi so Amare can get used to dunking on people again in practice.

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In regards to Tim Thomas signing with one of those 5 teams, I do not think they will try to sign him, the only one that has a chance of being really good is Chicago and that is who let him go.
The other team would be the Nets, and they probably have the 5.5 mil exception like all the other teams over the cap, so the suns will have as good a chance as any to sign him if they want to.
 

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sunsfn said:
In regards to Tim Thomas signing with one of those 5 teams, I do not think they will try to sign him, the only one that has a chance of being really good is Chicago and that is who let him go.
The other team would be the Nets, and they probably have the 5.5 mil exception like all the other teams over the cap, so the suns will have as good a chance as any to sign him if they want to.

It's not the amount, but the length of the contract that will matter. The Suns cannot afford a max five year MLE for TT. Their best bet is a two year deal.

Would he do it? TT has had a couple of good months, but many GM's may be concerned that he's a product of the Suns system. They'd like to see if he can do it again. Another strong year or two with the Suns could generate an even bigger offer and in two years the Suns would have Birds rights to do a "sign and trade".
 

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Of that list I like afew players for the SUNS.

Bobby Jackson would be a real good fit.
Speedy Claxton we have mentioned b4.
Peja would fit, but think he will be over priced for what he has left.

Ben Wallace is a pipe dream, but I would give up alot to move salary to get him.
 

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Of that list I like afew players for the SUNS.

Bobby Jackson would be a real good fit.
Speedy Claxton we have mentioned b4.
Peja would fit, but think he will be over priced for what he has left.

Ben Wallace is a pipe dream, but I would give up alot to move salary to get him.
After seeing the hack-a-wallace strategy in the playoffs and watching the heat defend 4 I'd pass on wallace at any price. He's a known quantity. I like Bobby Jackson but he's getting old and Barbosa can be the same off the bench scoring guard. Speedy would be expensive even considering all his injuries. I'll pass on Peja strictly for budgetary concerns.

TT is the only one of the bunch I want, and only if it's at George's suggested 2 year part MLE contract level.

I think it is VITAL we get a pass first point guard in the draft and ditch House.
 
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panfolk said:
After seeing the hack-a-wallace strategy in the playoffs and watching the heat defend 4 I'd pass on wallace at any price. He's a known quantity. I like Bobby Jackson but he's getting old and Barbosa can be the same off the bench scoring guard. Speedy would be expensive even considering all his injuries. I'll pass on Peja strictly for budgetary concerns.

TT is the only one of the bunch I want, and only if it's at George's suggested 2 year part MLE contract level.

I think it is VITAL we get a pass first point guard in the draft and ditch House.
TT is gunna get paid(overpaid) again. I am willing to bet on that.

It isnt VITAL to get a pass first PG with the return of Amare & the passing of Diaw we should beable get by with Nash on the bench. But we do need a PG that can give us quality backup min's to let Nash rest more.
 

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I know the general preference on this board is for a pass first PG. I'd love to have a good one, but I am just as concerned the guy they get can play better than average defense and shoot well enough to keep the floor spread.

IMHO, House would not have lost his rotation position if he could defend. Barbosa is hardly a steller defender, but House was much worse than Leandro and even Nash. So while House has value offensively coming off screens to take jump shots, the already weak Suns defense couldn't afford to have him on the floor.

Rondo can defend, but is a poor shooter and Farmar was not even a good defender at the college level.
 
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It would be bad to consistently get torched at the PG position on defense no matter who is in. Come to think of it we already had that problem when Raja or Leandro was covering the 2 as the harder assignment. We'd survive:D
 

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George O'Brien said:
I know the general preference on this board is for a pass first PG. I'd love to have a good one, but I am just as concerned the guy they get can play better than average defense and shoot well enough to keep the floor spread.

IMHO, House would not have lost his rotation position if he could defend. Barbosa is hardly a steller defender, but House was much worse than Leandro and even Nash. So while House has value offensively coming off screens to take jump shots, the already weak Suns defense couldn't afford to have him on the floor.

Rondo can defend, but is a poor shooter and Farmar was not even a good defender at the college level.

Seems to me that LB is as good a pg prospect as any that we will draft at #21. He has matured bunches this year.

If we aren't prepared to hand the backup pg position to him, we probably ought to trade him bc he has some very good trade value right now. There is no point in letting him sit on the bench and lose value.

Im for keeping him and drafting the BPA.
 

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For two years I've been arguing that LB's main problem at PG is that he isn't Nash. He he has shown a willingness to pass, but his teammates have not always worked to get open. It is unfair to ask someone who never played PG to run an unstructured offense.
 

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I think we'll have an offense next year that Barbosa will be able to initiate because it won't be so heavily dependent on the P&R but I'd still like us to to get a PG to develop - and on the off chance that we'll wind up having to beat the P&R to death again.
 

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Another option is finding a big guard with some playmaking abilities either in the draft, trade, or free agency. It'd be nice to find another Joe Johnson who can play legitimate 2 while spelling Nash for some minutes.
 

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Gaddabout said:
Another option is finding a big guard with some playmaking abilities either in the draft, trade, or free agency. It'd be nice to find another Joe Johnson who can play legitimate 2 while spelling Nash for some minutes.
That would mean letting Barbosa go right? I dunno if his shot is good enough to play the 2 but that Y. Halperin guy is supposed to be a tiger in tryouts and has definitely got size. He's probably a year or so off though:( Anyhow, it'd be cheap to take a flyer on him vs. a first round combo guard.
 

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Bump. Now we go to free agency.

Tim Thomas and Speedy Claxton or Sam Cassell. Being a team that is the favorite to win it all sometimes get you good deals in free agency.
 

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Darrell Armstrong is getting pretty old, but he would be an ideal vet backup for Nash if that's the way we're looking.
 

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Bump. Now we go to free agency.

Tim Thomas and Speedy Claxton or Sam Cassell. Being a team that is the favorite to win it all sometimes get you good deals in free agency.
Get two of these guys to split the MLE? Keep dreaming.
 

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Wow, no FA's I'm interested in other than Claxton and if the Suns pass on decent PG's in Draft, why go after Claxton (not like he'd want to sit on bench regardless) - another disappointing year. Three years in a row...
 

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Lorenzen Wright, Michael Olowokandi could be cheap. Przybilla and Mohammed will almost definately get the full MLE or more from someone.
 

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Lorenzen Wright, Michael Olowokandi could be cheap. Przybilla and Mohammed will almost definately get the full MLE or more from someone.

Big men are never cheap, even terrible ones. The problem is that that every so often a Diop comes along and makes a lie of all the old scouting reports.
 

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David Wesley, Houston
Marcus Banks, Minnesota
Chucky Atkins, Memphis
Jason Hart, Sacramento (Player option)
Jannero Pargo, Chicago
Gary Payton, Miami
Tony Delk, Detroit
Nick Van Exel, San Antonio
Jacque Vaughn, New Jersey
Milt Palacio, Utah
Anthony Carter, Minnesota
Keith McLeod, Utah (Team option)
Rick Brunson, Seattle
Howard Eisley, LA Clippers
Lindsey Hunter, Detroit
Royal Ivey, Atlanta
Andre Emmett, Miami (Restricted)
Moochie Norris, Houston
Darrick Martin
Jeff McInnis, New Jersey (Player option)
Eddie Gill, Indiana
Darrell Armstrong, Dallas
Troy Bell
Mike Wilks, Cleveland
Mateen Cleaves, Seattle
Alvin Williams, Toronto (Player option)
Anthony Goldwire, LA Clippers
Antonio Burks, Memphis (Restricted)
Lionel Chalmers
Aaron Miles, Golden State
Anthony Roberson, Memphis (Team option)
Horace Jenkins
SHOOTING GUARD

Keith Bogans, Houston (Restricted)
John Salmons, Philadelphia (Restricted)
Derek Anderson, Miami (Player option)
DerMarr Johnson, Denver
DeShawn Stevenson, Orlando (Player option)
Greg Buckner, Denver (Player option)
Anfernee Hardaway, Orlando
Jimmy Jackson, SG, Phoenix
Lamond Murray, New Jersey
Aaron McKie, LA Lakers (Player option)
Richie Frahm, Houston
Eric Piatkowski, Chicago
Linton Johnson, New Jersey
Matt Carroll, Charlotte (Team option)
Voshon Lenard, Portland
Shandon Anderson, Miami
Rawle Marshall, Dallas (Team option)
Awvee Storey, Washington (Restricted)
Stacey Augmon, Orlando
Andre Owens, Utah (Restricted)
Charles Smith, Portland
Bernard Robinson, Charlotte (Restricted)
Alex Acker, Detroit (Restricted)
Kevin Burleson, Charlotte (Restricted)
Reece Gaines, Milwaukee
Tony Bobbitt, LA Lakers (Restricted)
Jermaine Jackson
Von Wafer, LA Lakers (Team option)
Alan Anderson, Charlotte (Team option)
Devin Green, LA Lakers (Restricted)
SMALL FORWARD

Jumaine Jones, Charlotte
Tim Thomas, Phoenix
Rasual Butler, New Orleans
Devean George, LA Lakers
Trevor Ariza, Orlando (Restricted)
Justin Reed, Minnesota (Restricted)
Devin Brown, Utah (Team option)
Walter McCarty, LA Clippers
Laron Profit, LA Lakers
Jiri Welsch, Milwaukee (Restricted)
Qyntel Woods, New York
Eric Williams, Toronto (Player option)
Toni Kukoc, Milwaukee
Lee Nailon, Philadelphia
Ronald Dupree, Minnesota (Restricted)
Ryan Bowen, Houston (Player option)
Maciej Lampe, Houston (Restricted)
George Lynch
Adrian Griffin, Dallas
Calbert Cheaney, Golden State
Shavlik Randolph, Philadelphia (Restricted)
Matt Barnes, Philadelphia
Bryon Russell, Denver
Ndudi Ebi
Donta Smith, Atlanta (Team option)
Sean Banks, New Orleans
Terrence Morris, Orlando
POWER FORWARD

Darius Songaila, Chicago (Player option)
Jackie Butler, New York (Restricted)
Alan Henderson, Cleveland
Jackson Vroman, New Orleans (Restricted)
Clifford Robinson, New Jersey (Team option)
Stanislav Medvedenko, LA Lakers
Lawrence Roberts, Memphis (Team option)
Samaki Walker, Indiana
Sean Marks, San Antonio
Aaron Williams, New Orleans
Brandon Bass, New Orleans (Team option)
Bo Outlaw, Orlando
Josh Powell, Dallas (Team option)
Jared Reiner, Phoenix
Lonny Baxter, Houston
CENTER

Melvin Ely, Charlotte (Restricted)
Lorenzen Wright, PF/C, Memphis
Kelvin Cato, Detroit
Jarron Collins, Utah
DJ Mbenga, Dallas (Restricted)
Mario Kasun, Orlando (Restricted)
Scot Pollard, Indiana
Michael Olowokandi, C, Boston
Jake Voskuhl, Charlotte
Antonio Davis, Toronto
Brian Grant, Phoenix
Ervin Johnson, Milwaukee
Loren Woods, Toronto
Boniface N'Dong, LA Clippers (Restricted)
Michael Bradley, Philadelphia
Curtis Borchardt, Boston (Restricted)
Ha Seung-Jin, Portland (Restricted)
Jamal Sampson, Sacramento
Pat Burke, Phoenix
Zendon Hamilton, Cleveland
Earl Barron, Miami

Anyone on here worth a look?
 

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Songaila? He might be good if he isn't too slow or expensive. I have to admit it's been a long time since I saw him in action. I personally would like to see Bo on our bench just as a positive influence to the youngsters. If he could get playing time elsewhere for more than the minimum I hope he goes for it though. I am fully aware this is homerism but you could also call it loyalty...
 
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panfolk said:
Songaila? He might be good if he isn't too slow or expensive. I have to admit it's been a long time since I saw him in action. I personally would like to see Bo on our bench just as a positive influence to the youngsters. If he could get playing time elsewhere for more than the minimum I hope he goes for it though. I am fully aware this is homerism but you could also call it loyalty...

He has a rep for being a good offensive player who is not much help on defense. Only shot 5 three pointers last season, so his range could be an issue.
 

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