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Top 10 remaining NBA unrestricted free agents, including Carmelo Anthony and DeMarcus Cousins

At this point in the offseason, most of the big name free agents are already off the board. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t a shortage of available talent. On the contrary, productive players who could prove to be very influential are still waiting to be signed. Below are the top 10 unrestricted free agents currently on the market.

Just two years ago, Harrell was named Sixth Man of the Year for his off-the-bench performances as a member of the Los Angeles Clippers. That season, he averaged 18.6 points, 7.1 rebounds and 1.7 assists in 27.8 minutes per game. His production has dipped in two seasons since then, but he’s only 28 and has proven himself to be a productive player off the candidate’s bench just as he was when he was with the Clippers. I was able to prove it.

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One of the most elite shotmakers of his time, he knows exactly what to expect from Carmelo Anthony at this point in his career. You’re not signing him for his defense or playmaking. He averaged more than 13 points off the Lakers’ bench last season, shooting 44 percent from the floor and 37 percent from long range. For teams looking for extra firepower off the bench, Anthony can still be useful.

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Bledsoe is still available in the market and the veteran could be a beneficial addition to teams looking to strengthen their point guard depth. Bledsoe is just two years out of All-Defensive Second Team selection , three years away from Nodd on the first team, has always been a solid defender for his size. He may have lost a step at that end, but he’s still capable of applying pressure, especially if his role has been reduced.Plus, he’s also competent at his end offensively, making him one game His career averages are 13.7 points and 4.7 assists per game.

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Clearly, Cousins ​​isn’t quite the player he was when he was making the All-Star teams with the Kings and Pelicans, but the last few seasons have shown that he still works well as a backup big. rebound. In fact, he averaged the most rebounds per 36 minutes of his entire career with the Nuggets last season (14.4) and still has feathery touches that extend all the way to his line of 3-pointers. As such, he could be a boon to teams looking to strengthen their frontcourt depth.

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Bradley was the quintessential 3-and-D player in his prime, and still shows off his skills in spurts. He’s not going to lock down his players on the opponent’s best perimeter for too long, but it can still make the stretch difficult. Plus, he can still make space on the floor on the other side, just last season he posted his 39% shooting percentage from long range with the Lakers. As his piece in the rotation, Bradley can still be a valuable contributor to any contender or team.

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Aldridge is a heavyweight who can space the floor with shots, a staple product in the league today. He averaged almost 13 points in 22 minutes per game with the Nets last season, he averaged 5.5 rebounds, and he shot 55 percent from the floor. So obviously he still has gas in the tank. He’s probably not a starter at this point in his career, but he can still provide competing teams with productive time.

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At just 28 years old, Schroeder still has good balls to play and has proven throughout his career to be comfortable both as a starter and as a reserve. In other words, it shouldn’t be hard for interested teams to find him a role.Averaging 14.2 points and 4.7 assists per game in his career, Schroeder has established himself as a legitimate offensive option. , has the ability to boost that end no matter which team ends up signing him.

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We can’t help but think “what if” when it comes to Isiah Thomas’ career, but the reality is that at this point he’s been on a roll, as evidenced by the fact that he’s bounced to several different teams over the past few years. is a fringe NBA player. Nevertheless, he showed during his brief stint at Charlotte last season that he could still produce some points off the bench. Reportedly considering, he’s clearly made some impression on Charlotte’s front office.

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Williams is clearly at the end of his career and may already be playing his last game in the NBA. But even at this stage, he’s a guy who can come on the bench and boost a team off the bench on a good night. No, but he’s still a threat that enemy defenses need to respect, as he’s likely to be able to replicate such performances from time to time.

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The days of attacking Howard are long gone, as are Howard’s days as an NBA starter. However, the big man is still a productive rebounder, providing a decent stopping power on the defensive side rim and can also finish around the opposite rim. The team could end up worse than Howard.

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