Here is a look at the top-10 NBA free agents who could be available when the offseason takes place this fall...
1. Anthony Davis, Lakers
We'll see if he actually becomes available, as he has a good thing going right now in L.A. But if he does opt out and not receive an extension from the Lakers, Davis will be one of the biggest prizes in NBA free agency history. He is a future Hall of Famer at his peak powers and is just 27 years old. Depending on where he went, it could change the landscape of the league.
2. Brandon Ingram, Pelicans
Ingram is even less likely to hit the open market. As a restricted free agent, the Pelicans can match any offer and why wouldn't they? He is only 22 and this season became an All-Star for the first time. Ingram could turn into an All-NBA player very soon.
3. Danilo Gallinari, Thunder
Gallinari turns 32 in August, but will be coming off a strong season when he hits free agency, possibly as the best unrestricted option out there. He is the second-leading scorer on a good Thunder team, and he shoots over 40 percent from three. In a normal revenue year for the league, he might even get overpaid due to the overall thin market. But either way, he will get a lot of interest.
4. Andre Drummond, Cavs
It sounds like Drummond may exercise his player option to stay in Cleveland next season. But if he opts out, he will have plenty of suitors. He turns 27 in August, is one of the best rebounders in the game and can anchor a solid defense. He just plays a style of game that won't interest every team.
5. DeMar DeRozan, Spurs
If DeRozan decides to opt out and hit the open market, he will be a good option for teams looking for a veteran wing scorer. He's not making All-Star teams anymore, but he's still averaging 20-plus per game and he is still only 30. His ideal fit would be with a team that has loads of three-point shooting, so his biggest weakness could be less of a concern.
6. Gordon Hayward, Celtics
Hayward wasn't fully himself last year, but this season has returned to the form he had before his 2017 leg injury. He is shooting more efficiently and grabbing more rebounds than ever, and he's contributing to a good team. But it seems like bad timing for any team hoping he will bolt, right when things are starting to go to plan for him in Boston.
7. Fred VanVleet, Raptors
Long one of the most underrated players in the NBA, VanVleet is getting set to cash in. If he leaves, he will likely get big money as a starter. But the Raptors would probably be smart to keep him, no matter the cost, with Kyle Lowry one year away from coming off the books.
8. Montrezl Harrell, Clippers
Harrell is only 26 and continues to get better. He is a reliable rebounder and, now, one of the top scorers on one of the league's best teams. He has a chance to improve his stock significantly with a big performance in the playoffs.
9. Serge Ibaka, Raptors
Ibaka will turn 31 right before free agency, but will enter the market coming off a strong statistical season. He doesn't block shots nearly as often as he used to, but he shoots nearly 40 percent from three. He also still provides enough rim protection to represent an upgrade for several teams in need of it.
10. Davis Bertans, Wizards
Bertans has emerged as one of the best shooters in the NBA in an era where shooting his highly sought after. He is unrestricted, but the Wizards consider re-signing him their No. 1 offseason priority. He will likely get a lot of interest if what happened before the trade deadline is any indication.
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