Top 25 Remaining Free Agents — July 31 Update


This is the final edition of the Top 25 Remaining Free Agents list. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been committed, yet the No. 1 player on this list remains unsigned. And since every media member in Minneapolis seems to be enjoying time at one of that state’s 10,000 lakes, the latest news we have is that Pek and Wolves GM Flip Saunders were supposed to meet Monday in New York. Maybe it’s just me, but something awfully fishy seems to be


Tweet of the Night: Roy Hibbert waiting to hear the news on Jennings, Oden and Pekovic

Miami Heat v Indiana Pacers - Game Four

It has been nearly a month since free agency began in July, and many of the notable names have been taken off the market, as teams begin to fill out their rosters accordingly. Some important names that are still on the market have yet to officially sign a contract, however, and Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert is itching to find out what’s going on with them, as seen below:


SH Blog: Lillard wants to be an All-NBA player next season, Cuban says he will fire anyone who leaks news

Damian Lillard

The consensus heading into the 2012-2013 season was that phenom forward-center Anthony Davis would win the Rookie of the Year award. Not many realized that Damian Lillard would be as good as he proved to be. Although the sixth overall pick impressed during Summer League action with 26.5 points, four rebounds and 5.3 assists, few believed that it would translate into the regular season, given the presence of LaMarcus Aldridge and the expected breakout of re-signed Nicolas Batum. Along with the


Mighty Moke’s 25 Best Available NBA Free Agents — July 25 Update


FIBA Americas, Baby! As the calendar turns to August, international basketball junkies (such as your truly, as well as our Chris Sheridan) have their sights set squarely on the FIBA Americas tournament in Caracas, Venezuela. The tournament tips off on August 30 and will feature a pool loaded with talent. And while thoughts of international basketball run rampant in the minds of some, many across the NBA are already thinking about July 2014. Paul George is the latest to


Mighty Moke’s 25 Best Available NBA Free Agents – July 20 Update

Lamar Odom

Gary Neal By now, if your favorite team has not made a splash in the free agent market, your team is probably gearing up for the Tankapalooza that NBA fans will witness this season. The 2014 draft class is no joke, and it is there that some teams have firmly set their sights. (RELATED CONTENT: Andrew Wiggins wants to end up with the Raptors). But for the teams like the Houston Rockets, Brooklyn Nets and Los Angeles Clippers—teams who have


Tweet of the Day: Chase Budinger

Chase Budinger

Restricted free agent center Nikola Pekovic. Nearly two weeks into free agency, the pool of available high-end talent has dwindled. Among the available, unsigned free agents is center Nikola Pekovic. Pekovic is a quality big man who fits the player personnel and works well within Rick Adelman’s system in Minnesota. However, the two sides have yet to agree to a new contract. Timberwolves sharp-shooter Chase Budinger is among the contingent who are awaiting a resolution.


SH Blog: Knicks are strong favorites for Metta; Jennings likely to be signed-and-traded

Metta World Peace receives a warm "Thank You" from the Lakers.

The dog days of summer seem to be upon us. The main attraction in free agency (Dwight Howard) is over with, and with considerably less drama than we might have expected given the last couple years. Chris Paul stayed put, the Celtics and Jazz were gutted, the Nets and Clippers beefed up even more. There’s still a few players who aren’t sure where they’re going, most notably Brandon Jennings, but apart from a couple guys, everyone is just looking to


Mighty Moke’s Top 25 Remaining Free Agents — July 14 Update


Brandon Jennings When Monday morning rolls around and the NBA free agency period continues, the biggest winner over the weekend will not be Metta World Peace and it will not be Jeff Teague. Brandon Jennings is now the man with much of the power. Over the weekend, it was reported that the Atlanta Hawks decided to match the four-year, $32 million offer sheet that Teague signed with the Milwaukee Bucks. As a result, Teague will remain a Hawk for