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Under-the-radar free agents could be intriguing additions come 2018-19

Depth, fortunes for many teams could be shaped by these 25 players

David Aldridge

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Jun 28, 2018 10:07 AM ET

Marco Belinelli, Rudy Gay, Isaiah Thomas and Trevor Ariza are among the names to watch in free agency.

This summer more than any in recent NBA history, teams have to know what they’re doing in free agency.

A lot of teams are still paying for the orgy of their spending in the summer of 2016 on players who … well, they weren’t worth what they got. As a result, only a handful of teams will have significant cap room this summer,?leaving a glut of available talent with not enough cap room to go around. LeBron James, Paul George and Chris Paul and other superstars that are or can be free this summer will go where they want. The other 96 percent or so of free agents won’t have that kind of freedom.

The other 96 percent or so, though, are the lifeblood of the NBA, players who make up the quality depth that allows a team to go seven or eight deep in its best efforts to keep up with the Golden States of the world.

Proven value throughout a team’s rotation is the only chance most teams will have going forward to compete; everyone -- almost no one -- is going to amass and then pay to maintain three true superstars. The Houston Rockets showed the way last summer by signing P.J. Tucker and Luc Mbah a Moute, creating a defensive vise with Clint Capela that allowed the Rockets to become a top-three defense with multiple switching options. It was on display in the Western Conference finals, jamming up the Warriors’ weakside cuts and actions that destroy most defenses. (Of course, Houston is going to try to get James this summer, which may cost it much of that depth.)

Last summer, P.J. Tucker and Luc Mbah a Moute were low-cost additions for Houston.

The list below is 25 of the most intriguing free agents that will be available starting Sunday. These aren’t the big-name unrestricted free agents that will have multiple suitors -- think the New Orleans Pelicans’ DeMarcus Cousins, the Utah Jazz's?Derrick Favors, the Denver Nuggets' Will Barton?or the Memphis Grizzlies'?Tyreke Evans -- or restricted free agents that are likely to get offer sheets, like Capela, the?Milwaukee Bucks' Jabari Parker and the Los Angeles Lakers’ Julius Randle. (The incumbent teams can match any offer for a restricted free agent and keep their services.)

The names here probably won’t be on the various TV tickers on July 1, 2 or 3 if that's when they reach deals. But someone smart will grab one or two of them as soon as possible: they’re smart and tough, experienced and capable. And they could be a difference for your squad next spring between winning a playoff series and going fishing.

F Trevor Ariza, Houston Rockets

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Trevor Ariza proved his worth throughout the 2017-18 season in Houston.

Status: Unrestricted free agent (UPDATE, July 1:??Reportedly agreed to 1-year deal with Phoenix Suns)

2018 Opening Night age: 33

2017-18 stats:11.7 ppg | 4.4 rpg | .368 3pt pct | 112.1 Offensive Rtg | 104.3 Defensive Rtg | .542 EFG pct?| .567 TS pct

Ariza picked an especially unfortunate time to have the worst shooting game of his career -- 0-for-12 from the floor, including 0-for-9 on 3s -- in Game 7 of the Western Conference finals against Golden State. But that shouldn’t be a deterrent for teams looking for a veteran wing defender who was pretty good most of the season behind the arc. The Rockets certainly would be more likely than not to re-sign Ariza, though he likely will be looking for a 3-and-D payout along the lines of what the Toronto Raptors gave DeMarre Carroll in 2015 (four years/$58 million).

C Aron Baynes, Boston Celtics

Aron Baynes was a key contributor as Boston reached the 2018 East finals.

Status: Unrestricted free agent?(UPDATE, July 1:??Reportedly agreed to 2-year deal with Celtics)

2018 Opening Night age: 31

2017-18 stats: 6.0 ppg |?5.4 rpg | .471 FG pct | 103.9 Offensive Rtg | 97 Defensive Rtg | .474 EFG pct?| .502 TS pct

Baynes was huge for Boston in the middle, showing durability and flexibility -- he shot more threes (though he didn’t make a ton) and he more than held his own defensively in a career-high 18 minutes per game. The Celtics have to re-sign Marcus Smart, but that shouldn’t prohibit them from re-inking Baynes, who obviously wants to come back --? unless someone with need and cap room were to bust Boston’s budget with a huge offer.

F Michael Beasley, New York Knicks

Michael Beasley showed his trademark scoring touch in the 2017-18 season.

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 29

2017-18 stats: 13.2 ppg | 5.6 rpg| .507 FG?pct | 105.3 Offensive Rtg | 110.8 Defensive Rtg | .528 EFG pct?| .556 TS pct

We all know the deal with Beasley -- he puts the ball in the basket. You want lockdown defense, you’ve got the wrong guy. But Beasley can score with the best of them, and he’ll stick his nose in there and grab a rebound every now and again. He shot almost 40 percent behind the arc last season for the Knicks, appearing in 74 games -- the most for him in a season since 2012-13. In the small-ball NBA, there should be a whole bunch of teams in the bottom 10 of scoring last season that should be interested in Beasley as a sixth or seventh man type and/or stretch five who you can count on every night for double-figure scoring.

G Marco Belinelli, Philadelphia 76ers

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Marco Belinelli came up big for the Sixers in Game 1 vs. the Heat.

Status: Unrestricted free agent?(UPDATE, July 1:??Reportedly agreed to 2-year deal with San Antonio Spurs)

2018 Opening Night age: 32

2017-18 stats: 12.1 ppg | 1.9 rpg | .377 3pt pct |?105.3 Offensive Rtg | 107.2 Defensive Rtg | .539 EFG pct?| .581 TS pct

Belinelli picked Philly when he became a free agent, so you’d imagine he wants to stay there and get a full season in with the emerging Sixers. But that may well depend on how successful the 76ers are in their pursuit of Paul George or Kawhi Leonard. A max deal for either, combined with an expected re-sign of J.J. Redick (well short of the $23 million he made this year, but at a fair market price), along with Joel Embiid’s max extension kicking in, may squeeze Philly at the back end of its payroll (which is where Belinelli and Ersan Ilyasova sit). As Ilyasova continues to earn his keep as a rebounder/premier drawer of charges, he may be ahead of Belinelli on the Sixers' priority list. But whether in Philly or elsewhere, Belinelli will be in demand after the first wave.

F Trevor Booker, Indiana Pacers

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 30

2017-18 stats: 6.3 ppg | 4.7 rpg | .516 FG pct | 106.2?Offensive Rtg |??106.6 Defensive Rtg | .528 EFG pct?| .557 TS pct

Booker inexplicably bounced around last season (Brooklyn, Philly, Indiana). He’s proven himself as a durable, rugged rebounder and post defender over the years. As he was for the Jazz for two years, Booker should be a more permanent member of someone’s rotation. The Pacers have to make decisions on how much to pay Thaddeus Young and whether to bring back Al Jefferson at $10 million next season. But after getting clarity on those two, re-signing Booker on a reasonable deal should be a priority.

G?Avery Bradley, Clippers

Last season, injuries kept Avery Bradley from making his usual impact.

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 27

2017-18 stats: 14.3 ppg | 2.5 rpg | .369 3pt pct | 103.2 Offensive Rtg | 107 Defensive Rtg | .474 EFG pct?| .496 TS pct

His numbers took a precipitous turn downward across the board in Detroit and L.A. last season. No doubt the Pistons and Clippers weren’t as good as the Celtics, where Bradley had started the previous five seasons. But that begs the question of whether Bradley’s best days there were tied to his teammates and Celtics coach Brad Stevens’?dynamics, or whether they can be replicated elsewhere. The Clippers got Jerome Robinson and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander in the Draft, but Bradley is much better than either of them --?even coming off a season-ending injury -- at the defensive end. Still, with L.A. determined to be a player in 2019’s free-agent class, it’s hard to see the Clips putting big dollars on the table for Bradley and gumming up their cap space, and it’s hard to see there being a robust market for him elsewhere.

G Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Los Angeles Lakers

Kentavious Caldwell-Pope averaged 13.4 ppg in the 2017-18 season.

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 25

2017-18 stats: 13.4 ppg | 5.2 rpg | .383 3pt pct | 105 Offensive Rtg |?106 Defensive Rtg | .526 EFG pct?| .561 TS pct

KCP had to settle for a one-year deal with the Lakers, and acquitted himself well on a rebuilding L.A. team. (He does get hot fast when his shot’s falling.) No doubt the Lakers would like to bring him back, but with their other, uh priorities, KCP could be in demand elsewhere and difficult for them to re-sign. Any contender could use him, but his presence would be especially important in the West, where teams need as many defenders as they can put on the floor?to deal with the Warriors and Rockets.

G Seth Curry, Mavericks

Status:Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 28

2017-18 stats: DNP (stress fracture)

The market this summer may not be lucrative for Curry, who likely will have to sign a short deal after missing all of last season. But he did average almost 13 a game for Dallas in 2016-17, playing almost 30 minutes a night. He’s been back on the court for six weeks and has been cleared for all basketball related activities. He can obviously shoot it and he fared well?in his one season as a starter ('16-17 with the Mavs). That job is obviously no longer available and Curry does not likely have a future anywhere as a starting one. But he can play.

F/C Ed Davis, Portland Trail Blazers

Status: Unrestricted free agent?(UPDATE, July 1:??Reportedly agreed to 2-year deal with Brooklyn Nets)

2018 Opening Night age: 29

2017-18 stats: 5.3 ppg | 7.4 rpg | .582 FG pct | 107 Offensive Rtg | 103.9 Defensive Rtg | .582 EFG pct?| .607 TS pct

Davis will provide a fascinating window into what constitutes value in today’s NBA. He should be one of the top bigs in demand this summer. All he does is grab boards and defend and accept his role off the bench. He is loved in the Blazers’ locker room, and Paul Allen will never lose anyone because of money. But Davis isn’t a starter. He isn’t a three-point shooter, so he’s not especially utile as a small ball five. So what is a player with that kind of skill set worth these days? I know what I would pay for a guy like Davis -- who was also top 20 in the league in screen assists per game (3.7) despite not starting -- per NBA.com/Stats, only Charlotte’s Cody Zeller and Phoenix’s Alex Len averaged more among non-starting bigs. But I’m not a GM with analytic-dominant front office types who’d likely argue otherwise.

G Wayne Ellington, Miami Heat

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Wayne Ellington was one of the NBA's top 3-point shooters last season.

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 30

2017-18 stats: 11.2 ppg | 2.8 rpg| .392 3pt pct | 106.4 Offensive Rtg | 103.9 Defensive Rtg | .569 EFG pct?| .588 TS pct

Ellington has been an elite perimeter shooter for Miami the last two seasons and there should be a pretty substantial payday out there for him. Not for nothing, a team like, for example, the Minnesota Timberwolves -- who drafted him in the first round in 2009 -- that is currently much in need for quality 3-point shooting/floor spacing off the bench with Jamal Crawford reportedly opting out of his deal would seem to be right in line for a guy like Ellington.

F Rudy Gay, San Antonio Spurs

Status: Unrestricted free agent (player option)??(UPDATE, July 1:??Reportedly agreed to deal to remain with Spurs)

2018 Opening Night age: 32

2017-18 stats: 11.5 ppg | 5.1 rpg | .314 3pt pct | 105.6 Offensive Rtg | 103.9 Defensive Rtg | .506?EFG pct?| .545 TS pct

Gay reportedly?opted out of the final year of his two-year deal with the Spurs to test free agency. It is a gamble. He did a lot of good things in San Antonio last season, especially considering he was coming off an Achilles’ injury. And the Spurs, desperate for someone who could create his own shot, put him in the starting lineup throughout their first-round series loss to the Warriors. But Gay is still a volume shooter with limited range. A team that signs Gay would likely want him to be a stretch four, but he’d be a different kind of stretch four -- one that doesn’t actually stretch the D. What he does do, though, is get to the foul line. Among non-starting power forwards, per basketball-reference.com, only Cleveland’s Jeff Green averaged more free throws per 100 possessions than Gay’s six per game. There’s a place for that skills, even in today’s 3-point-dominant NBA. The question is what will teams pay for it.

F Jerami Grant, Oklahoma City Thunder

Status: Unrestricted free agent (UPDATE, July 1:??Reportedly agreed to deal to remain with Thunder)

2018 Opening Night age: 24

2017-18 stats: 8.4 ppg | 3.9 rpg | .535 FG pct | 105.8 Offensive Rtg |?105 Defensive Rtg | .570 EFG pct?| .607 TS pct

Grant may surprise people with a big contract early in free agency, but it won’t shock people who are paying attention. He was terrific off the bench for OKC, providing physical play and explosiveness around the rim, and defended guards just fine on switches. And given the Thunder’s existing payroll (thanks, Carmelo Anthony) and overarching desire to re-sign George, it’s very difficult to see a scenario where OKC could re-up with Grant. Is he ready for starter’s minutes and money? Some may say no. At the least, though, he should be in line for the kind of deal that the Denver Nuggets gave Mason Plumlee, another non-starting big (3/$41 million), last year.

F Jeff Green, Cleveland Cavaliers

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Jeff Green can still produce some big scoring performances in the NBA.

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 32

2017-18 stats: 10.8 ppg | 3.2 rpg | .477 FG pct | 109.5 Offensive Rtg | 105.4 Defensive Rtg | .520 EFG pct?| .587 TS pct

Jeff Green is Jeff Green is Jeff Green is Jeff Green. He’s a human metronome; you can set your watch by him. He will have 10-15 games a year when he plays out of his mind and looks like an All-Star and the Lottery pick he was more than a decade ago. And, he'll have 10 duds per year when he looks lost ... and 50-60 solid if unspectacular nights. He played the four almost exclusively for Cleveland in small-ball lineups and was a plus player most of the season. He and everyone else will be on hold until LeBron decides what he wants to do, but Green will play somewhere next season. He always does.

G?Joe Harris, Brooklyn Nets

Status: Unrestricted free agent?(UPDATE, July 1:??Reportedly agreed to deal to remain with Nets)

2018 Opening Night age: 27

2017-18 stats: 10.8 ppg | 3.3 rpg | .419 3pt pct | 104.5 Offensive Rtg | 108.4 Defensive Rtg | .612 EFG pct?| .634 TS pct

Brooklyn’s payroll is a little more swole than you’d think for 2018-19, and the Nets do have dreams of snagging at least one impact free agent next summer. But keeping Harris is a priority for the Nets, and doable long-term if he’s equally determined to stay. Otherwise, he could be a very smart on the low pickup for an up-and-coming team looking for lights-out shooting. (All I’m saying is that LeBron really liked Harris when they were Cavs teammates from 2014-16. That’s all I’m saying.)

G Gerald Henderson, Philadelphia 76ers

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 30

2017-18 stats: DNP (hip)

Henderson opted to sit out last season after undergoing hip surgery in August, 2017, that alleviated the arthritis that had set in and increasingly grinded on him for three seasons. He is 100 percent, according to a source, and has been cleared to return to action for weeks. Anyone who invests in him will get a veteran with real toughness (despite the deteriorating condition in his hip, he played 224 games in the three seasons before having the operation, the last 72 with Philly in 2016-17) who brings an edge to any team he’s on when he’s on the floor, and who’s more than credible from outside (.353 on threes each of his previous two seasons). A veteran team looking for a veteran wing defender could do way, way worse. Philly is such a team, yes? Maybe Henderson still has his old place.

F Ersan Ilyasova, Philadelphia 76ers

Status: Unrestricted free agent?(UPDATE, July 1:??Reportedly agreed to 3-year deal with Milwaukee Bucks)

2018 Opening Night age: 31

2017-18 stats: 10.9 ppg | 5.9 rpg | .452 FG?pct | 106.6 Offensive Rtg | 105.1 Defensive Rtg | .526?EFG pct?| .558 TS pct

Ilyasova is still elite at drawing charges -- only Kyle Lowry drew more total offensive fouls and offensive fouls per game last season among players who played in 50 or more games than Ilyasova’s 32 total charges/.46 charges per game. He immediately played into coach Brett Brown’s rotation in Philly after signing there in late February, and produced at an amazing rate in the playoffs off the bench -- 9.3 points and 7.6 rebounds in just a little more than 23 minutes per game. It’s hard to see him not staying in Philly on a long-term deal, but it just takes one team to make a market.

G Andre Ingram, Los Angeles Lakers

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Andre Ingram's story of making to the NBA was one of the best yet.

Status:Restricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 32

2017-18 stats: 12 ppg | 3.5 apg | .556 3pt pct | 109.2 Offensive Rtg | 93.8 Defensive Rtg | .618 EFG pct?| .655 TS pct

Y’all know how I feel about Ingram, among the classiest acts ever to step on an NBA floor, and whose story -- 10 years toiling, mainly in the G League, before finally getting his callup by the Lakers for the final two games of the regular season in April -- became a national one, especially after he rocked it in his first game (19 points, three rebounds, three assists), against the Rockets. But it’s not likely the Lakers will bring him back. Any team that brings him in, though, knows what an inspiration and solid player they’ll be getting. And they’ll be getting a much better person as well. This is a guy you just want in your building, no matter his role.

G Ty Lawson, Washington Wizards

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 30

2017-18 stats: 5.8 ppg | 3 apg | .625 3pt pct | 105.9 Offensive Rtg | 107.5?Defensive Rtg | .442?EFG pct?| .506?TS pct

Lawson played the 2017-18 regular season in China, then literally got off a plane and joined the Wizards just in time for their first-round series with Toronto. Considering he didn’t know the plays or his teammates, Lawson did pretty damn well, showing yet again how talented he is when his head is screwed on right. But he’ll have to prove he’s on top of the off-court issues that have plagued him over the years and caused teams to lose trust in him. It will be hard for any team to put money or years into him at this point otherwise.

F Kevon Looney, Golden State Warriors

Status:?Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 22

2017-18 stats: 4 ppg | 3.3 rpg | .580 FG pct?| 112.4 Offensive Rtg | 103.8 Defensive Rtg | .583 EFG pct | .588 TS pct

Looney will almost certainly be too rich for Golden State’s blood, the cost of having a top six so good (and, thus, so expensive). The Dubs didn’t pick up their team option for him for 2018-19, so their former first-rounder is unrestricted. He should get a lot of interest; 22-year-olds with two rings don’t usually come on the market that often. And Looney could well be a solid starter for years to come for someone else; that would never be the case in the Bay. He got in great shape last year and showed he could defend multiple positions while making himself available offensively on rim runs and lobs. He doesn’t shoot threes (just five total in more than 900 minutes last season), but it’s not outside the realm of possibility that he could regain the perimeter form that made him a 41 percent three-point shooter in his one year of college at UCLA. Assuming his next stop is elsewhere, he’ll have to extend his range somewhat, unless he goes to another spot with four All-Stars on the floor with him.

C Brook Lopez, Los Angeles Lakers

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Brook Lopez had a monster game against his old team last season.

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 30

2017-18 stats: 13 ppg | 4 rpg | .465 3pt pct | 105 Offensive Rtg | 107.8 Defensive Rtg | .536 EFG pct | .557 TS pct

Dude is still massive and can still get it done on the block if you give him the ball enough. Of course, who does that these days? Lopez worked his butt off to become credible as a stretch five, but, really -- at what point do we stop insisting everyone who plays basketball in the NBA has to shoot 3s to stay on the floor? There are no longer $20 million-plus paydays in Lopez’s future, nor are there guaranteed starters minutes. But he can still do damage inside. That should still matter.

F Luc Mbah a Moute, Houston Rockets

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Luc Mbah a Moute was a crafty contributor for Houston last season.

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 32

2017-18 stats: 7.5 ppg | 3 rpg | .364 3pt pct | 111.8 Offensive Rtg | 101.2 Defensive Rtg | .572 EFG pct | .595 TS pct

Mbah a Moute’s absence for most of the Western Conference finals against Golden State as he tried to play with a separated shoulder was significant. Mbah a Moute was central to the Rockets’ switching defense all season, affording Houston the luxury of having three wing defenders (Trevor Ariza and P.J. Tucker the others) who could all hand off scorers to one another with little dropoff. And Mbah a Moute's?proficient on corner 3-pointers kept the floor stretched and created room for Harden and/or Paul. The Rockets are all-in for a title now, so they may be willing to go well into the tax to re-sign Mbah a Moute?when/if they get that additional dynamic player to go with Harden, Paul and Capela. Smart teams should make them do so by coming after Mbah a Moute?hard.

C Nerlens Noel, Dallas Mavericks

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 24

2017-18 stats: 4.4 ppg | 5.6 rpg, | 524 FG pct | 95.1 Offensive Rtg |?106.6 Defensive Rtg | .524 EFG pct | .558 TS pct

With Dallas linked to one of either DeAndre Jordan or DeMarcus Cousins through a sign-and-trade (Cousins) and/or opt-in/trade (Jordan), Noel’s days in Big D are over. He’s never going to be a star big in this league or live up to his Lottery pick status, but there’s no reason he still can’t be a serviceable five who can block shots, rebound and run the floor. He’ll almost certainly have to take a short deal for short money to prove he can be a legit rotation guy again for a good team. The Wizards, who just traded Marcin Gortat to the Clippers, are in need of such a big man -- who just happens to fit the bill of what John Wall said the team needs in the middle.

F Mike Scott, Washington Wizards

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 30

2017-18 stats: 8.8 ppg | 3.3 rpg | .405 3pt pct | 106.4 Offensive Rtg |?107.2 Defensive Rtg |?.590 EFG pct | .599 TS pct

Scott had a major bounceback season for Washington on a one-year deal after flaming out in Atlanta in 2016-17, setting career highs in field goal percentage and 3-point percentage. He got in great shape and was pretty consistent all season. It will lead to a pretty good deal, but if it’s for more than the mid-level, it almost certainly won’t be in Washington, which is already above the tax threshold for next season with just 10 players under contract. A playoff team like Utah that is still under the cap and that could create more room by waiving any of its multiple vets on non-guaranteed deals (Thabo Sefolosha, Jonas Jerebko, Ekpe Udoh) could certainly bring in a talented reserve like Scott with next to no impact on the current rotation.

G Isaiah Thomas, Los Angeles Lakers

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On March 1, Isaiah Thomas lit up the Heat for 29 points in 30 minutes.

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 29

2017-18 stats: 15.2 ppg | 4.8 rpg | .293 3pt pct | 106.9 Offensive Rtg |?113.9 Defensive Rtg | .438 EFG pct | .508 TS pct

There are people who had a worse 2017 than Thomas. But there aren’t many of them. It was not his fault, of course, that he suffered a torn labrum during his last season in Boston, an injury that kept him on the shelf until January -- by which time he was in Cleveland. Thomas’ time there was as bad as you could imagine and he was shipped to the Lakers at the trade deadline. After that nightmare of a season, Thomas has to re-establish himself as an All-Star/MVP level -- but there aren’t that many teams without a starting point guard and minutes/shots available for same. (One exception: the Orlando Magic.) Thomas may have to do a one-year prove it deal and show he’s again not only healthy but able to close out fourth quarters. The emerging market for him will be fascinating.

F Anthony Tolliver, Detroit Pistons

Status: Unrestricted free agent

2018 Opening Night age: 33

2017-18 stats: 8.9 ppg | 3.1 rpg | .436 3pt pct | 105.7 Offensive Rtg |?104.8 Defensive Rtg | .632 EFG pct | .663 TS pct

You know what you’re getting from Tolliver: a great teammate and a three-point specialist who hasn’t shot less than 36 percent from deep in five years. Maybe Dwane Casey can convince Tolliver it’s not a rebuild in Detroit, but the more likely outcome is that a contending team uses a chunk of its mid-level to add a low-maintenance, solid as they come guy to its locker room.

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Longtime NBA reporter, columnist and Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Famer David Aldridge is an analyst for TNT. You can e-mail him here, find his archive here and follow him on Twitter.

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