NBA free agents
Jennings averaged 17.5 points and 6.5 assists last season for the Milwaukee Bucks. As a restricted free agent, Jennings has a qualifying offer from the Bucks of 4.5 million for a year. If no other team bids, he will re-sign with the team.
Jason Collins made national news when he became the first openly gay athlete in any of the four major North American professional sports (NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL). Now, he's looking for a team to offer him a contract. Over 12 seasons with six different teams, the former Stanford Cardinal has averaged 3.6 points and 3.8 rebounds per game. -- Drew Shiller
Mo Williams (SIGNED WITH BLAZERS)
Williams played this past season with the Jazz, averaging 12.9 points and 6.2 assists per game. The 10-year veteran was limited to 46 games because of a thumb injury. In 2009, Williams averaged 17.8 points and 4.1 assists per game for Cleveland, and was named to the Eastern Conference All-Star team. -- Drew Shiller
The scoring forward played only 18 games last season due to injury but could be useful to teams playing off the bench.
This 27-year-old emerged as one of the top big men in the league over the last two seasons. Starting 62 games for Minnesota last season, he averaged 16.3 points and 8.8 rebounds per game, posting a PER of 20.3.
Gary Neal (AGREED WITH BUCKS)
Neal has been a solid contributor for San Antonio since joining the team three years ago, averaging between 9.5 and 9.9 PPG each year.
Gerald Henderson (RE-SIGNED WITH BOBCATS)
Henderson finished strong at the end of last season averaging 15 points per game. At 25-years-old he appears to be apart of the Bobcats' rebuild.
Over his first 12 seasons in the NBA, Odom averaged 14.6 points, 8.9 rebounds, and four assists per game. Prior to the 2011-12 campaign, he was traded to the Mavericks. Things didn't work out in Dallas, as Odom appeared in just 50 games before agreeing to "part ways" with the organization in early April. He spent this past season with the Clippers, where he appeared in all 82 games but averaged just four points, 5.9 rebounds, and 1.7 assists in 19.7 minutes per contest (all career-lows). The 2010-11 Sixth Man of the Year turns 34 in November. -- Drew Shiller
Brandon Wright (AGREED WITH MAVERICKS)
The former Warrior averaged 8.5 points and 4.1 rebounds in 18 minutes per game for the Mavericks this past season. The 8th overall pick of the 2007 NBA Draft never lived up to expectations with Golden State, but could he be a significant contributor off the bench next season? -- Drew Shiller
Kenyon Martin (AGREED WITH KNICKS)
Martin has reached an agreement on a one-year deal to return to the Knicks. Last year the Knicks signed Martin to a back-to-back 10-day contract in late February/early March before signing him for the remainder of the season. After appearing in 18 regular season games, he averaged 5.8 points and 4.5 rebounds over 12 postseason games. The 13-year veteran turns 36 in late December. -- Drew Shiller
Ronny Turiaf (AGREED WITH TIMBERWOLVES)
The former Warrior averaged 1.9 points 2.3 rebounds in 10.8 minutes per game for the Clippers this past season. The eight-year veteran turns 31 in January, but doesn't seem to have much left in the tank. -- Drew Shiller
Elton Brand (AGREED WITH HAWKS)
The 76ers amnestied the two-time All-Star ('02,'06) in the summer of '12. His career is clearly on the decline, evidenced by the fact he averaged just 7.2 points and six rebounds per night for the Mavericks this past season. However, he may still be a valuable backup post player in the right setting. -- Drew Shiller
Jermaine O'Neal (AGREED WITH WARRIORS)
The Warriors reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with O'Neal Tuesday morning. The 17-year veteran averaged 8.3 points and 5.3 rebounds in 55 games with the Suns last season. The six-time All-Star ('02-'07) is well past his prime, but could be a serviceable reserve forward/center off the bench. He turns 35 in October. -- Drew Shiller
Chauncey Billups (AGREED WITH PISTONS)
The 16-year veteran was averaging 15 points and four assists per game for the Clippers in 2011-12 before tearing his Achilles tendon in early February. After a long rehab process, he appeared in 22 games this past season and averaged 8.4 points and 2.2 assists in 19 minutes per contest. The five-time All-Star ('06-'10) and 2004 NBA Finals MVP turns 37 in September. -- Drew Shiller
Tyler Hansbrough (AGREED WITH RAPTORS)
After re-signing David West to a three-year deal last week, the Pacers rescinded their qualifying offer to "Psycho T" making him an unrestricted free agent. Over four seasons in Indiana, the all-time leading scorer in North Carolina Tar Heel history averaged 8.9 points and 4.7 rebounds in 19.7 minutes per game. -- Drew Shiller