NBA Free Agency: Top 20 Upcoming Free Agents

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May 3, 2013; Memphis, TN, USA; Los Angeles Clippers point guard Chris Paul (3) brings the ball up court in game six of the first round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs against the Memphis Grizzlies at FedEx Forum. Memphis Grizzlies defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 118-105. Mandatory Credit: Spruce Derden-USA TODAY Sports

1. Chris Paul (unrestricted)

The definitive best point guard in the game has a big decision to make this summer. Paul does it all, both offensive and defensively. Will he re-sign with Clippers or look for a new opportunity elsewhere? It looked as though it was the Clippers who were a shoo-in to win the Chris Paul sweepstakes, but after recent reports that Paul and Griffin aren’t seeing eye to eye, that may change. The all-star is coming off a fantastic season as per usual.

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  • Steven Scott

    Milwaukee Bucks should sign Jennings, get him some help, ( legit POWER FORWARD ) and fire everyone in the organization short of John Hammond..

    • Dana Bunner

      Jennings was the worst shooter amongst the league’s top 50 scorers. And wasn’t even close to the 49th worst shooter. His Player Efficiency Rating wasn’t in the league’s top 100. I certainly wouldn’t offer him a big money contract. And the first person I would fire in that organization would be John Hammond. His trade of Tobias Harris for JJ Redick was perhaps the worst trade in the NBA this year.