Kevin Martin: After coming off the bench for Oklahoma City, Martin will be wooed by plenty of teams interested in making him a starter again.
O.J. Mayo: Tip for those pursuing the former USC star: He likes large-screen televisions and free cellphone service.
Tyreke Evans: Onetime rookie of the year whose development has stalled still holds plenty of potential.
Manu Ginobili: He probably will take a steep discount after his epic playoff failures, making the borderline Hall of Famer a bargain.
Josh Smith: Perhaps the most coveted free agent besides Paul and Howard, Smith will meet only with team executives who arrive in Brink's trucks.
David West: Scoring and rebounding force will be an immediate pick-me-up for whatever lineup he joins.
Paul Millsap: A favorite of stat geeks and lowbrow fans alike, Millsap had a player efficiency rating last season higher than that of Howard, Dirk Nowitzki and Marc Gasol.
J.J. Hickson: A double-double machine as an undersized center for Portland, the possibilities are intriguing once he returns to his natural position.
Carl Landry: Productive reserve compensates for his lack of size with immense hustle.
Andre Iguodala: All he has to offer is lockdown defense, reliable scoring and a coach's feel for the game.
Andrei Kirilenko: The former All-Star showed he had plenty of game last season after one year out of the NBA.
Mike Dunleavy Jr.: Still one of the league's better shooters, Dunleavy retains some value despite athletic limitations.
Matt Barnes: His 30-point outburst in Clippers' final playoff game could have priced him out of a return to a team with limited spending power.
Kyle Korver: A player who made 45.7% of his three-pointers last season figures to have 100% chance of drawing interest from multiple teams.