This is for those who haven’t been checking Part I and Part II of my post on the remaining roster spots available (Note: I’ve been updating those posts constantly as soon as new signings occur). With the sucky economy, many teams will likely keep the league mandated minimum of 13 players on their roster this year. 22 of the 30 teams in the league have already hit that mark. Six of those teams have 14 players. Five other teams have 15 players. However, since some teams, like the Nuggets, Magic & Trailblazers, all need at least two players to hit the league minimum, there are now at least 11 roster spots left. Since, as mentioned above, there are 11 teams that already have either 14 or 15 players, my guess is that best-case scenario is that 10 other teams go over the minimum. That means we’re probably talking 11-21 spots.
Who’s left and who’ll get left out in the cold? Some players have already gone the Josh Childress route and signed to play overseas.
Here’s a list of 60 free agents still out there:
Marquis Daniels (almost definitely will be on Celts), Ray Felton (RFA), Wally Szczerbiak, Allen Iverson, Ramon Sessions (RFA), David Lee (RFA), Nate Robinson (RFA), James Singleton, Ronald Murray, Jamal Tinsley, Steve Novak (RFA), Luther Head, Desmond Mason, Ime Udoka, Carlos Delfino (RFA), Bruce Bowen, Gerald Green, C.J.Watson (RFA), Mike Taylor, Rashad McCants, Shavlik Randolph, Gabe Pruit, Johan Petro, Robert Swift, Joey Graham, Keith Bogans, Walter Herrmann, Aaron Gray (RFA), Rodney Carney, Jason Williams, Jerry Stackhouse, Anthony Carter, Bobby Jackson, Brevin Knight, Tyronn Lue, Jacque Vaughn, Mikki Moore, Brian Skinner, Chris Mihm, Adonal Foyle, Jason Collins, Lorenzen Wright, Stromile Swift, Jake Voskuhl, Jarron Collins, Calvin Booth, Melvin Ely, Sean Marks, Malik Rose, Donyell Marshall, Juwan Howard, Fred Jones, Maurice Ager, Coby Karl, Kareem Rush, Damon Jones, Jason Hart, Juan Dixon, Stephon Marbury, Ryan Bowen