This NBA offseason was a hectic, bizarre whirlwind of activity that shifted the entire basketball landscape. Kevin Durant's in Golden State. Al Horford's in Boston. Dwyane Wade's in Chicago. The list goes on and on -- but those are the big-name players. More than a month after the unofficial start of free agency, there are still a handful of players who can help your favorite team. Maybe you're a championship contender in need of one last piece off the bench. Or maybe you're a rebuilding squad in need of a veteran leader. If so, here are the players you might want to consider -- other than LeBron James, of course, who will eventually be re-signing in Cleveland.
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There are alternate universes out there where Lawson makes good decisions on and off the court. In those worlds, he's one of this summer's top free-agent options. Sadly for Lawson (and teams in need of point guard help), this is not that universe. He'll likely be stuck taking a minimal deal to come off the bench for a non-contender.
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Need a big man who will box out, try to be in the right spot on defense, and act as a general nuisance to the opposition? Then you're in luck, because Hansbrough is the man for you. Need a big man who will do literally anything else? Then you're going to need to look elsewhere. The 30-year-old forward isn't going to learn any new tricks this season.
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This year's point-guard field was pretty light in the first place. If you're still looking for someone to run your offense, you're in trouble. Chalmers is a fine floor leader -- he has championship rings and everything! He's also coming off a major Achilles injury that cut his season short in 2016. Should he bounce back from that, he'll be a solid pickup.
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He's younger and healthier, which makes Larkin a better point guard choice in free agency than Chalmers. The former Nets guard also flashed an improved 3-point stroke last season; if he can keep that up, he might be able to break into a team's starting lineup down the line.
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Motiejunas might be the best all-around player left in free agency. He can patrol the paint, play effectively in the pick and roll, and knock down 3s from the corner. There's a reason he's still on the market, however. Injuries have cost the big man 56 games over the past two seasons, including a back injury that is likely scaring teams away from signing Motiejunas. A 25-year-old 7-footer with a history of back issues isn't the safest bet in the world, even with Motiejunas' significant upside.
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Robinson has toiled in NBA obscurity during his young NBA career, with stops in Sacramento, Houston, Portland, Philadelphia and Brooklyn over a span of just four years. That journey has obscured how skilled of a forward Robinson really is. On the other hand, Robinson needs to commit to becoming more of a rim-protector. He's attempted just five total 3s in the NBA, and he hasn't made any of them. If he can't stretch the floor, Robinson has to show he can provide value other than just filling it up off the bench.
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It's easy to write off Stephenson. After going toe-to-toe with LeBron James in the playoffs a few years ago, it's been all downhill for the talented wing. On the other hand, he's just 25 years old. Put Stephenson in a group of veterans who will keep him in line, as he had in Memphis last year, and he can still be your second-best offensive option.
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There's a 99.9 percent change Smith ends up re-signing with the Cleveland Cavaliers. For some reason, though, the deal has yet to get done -- and until it does, Smith will be the best option on the market. At 30 years old, he still has a few peak years ahead of him as a knockdown 3-point shooter. Most of the players on this list have some sort of risk associated with signing them. With Smith, you know exactly what you're getting.