#1 LeBron James: Unrestricted Free Agent
27.5 PPG, 9.1 APG, 8.6 REB
The greatest SF to ever grace the hardwood, the King of Akron, and the biggest Free Agent this offseason. LeBron averaged 34, 9 & 9 in the playoffs and has shown absolutely zero signs of slowing down anytime soon. With many teams rumored to be in the chase for his services, look for Brons decision to shape the league for the next 2-4 years.
#2 Paul George: Unrestricted Free Agent
21.9 PPG, 3.3 APG, 5.7 REB
One of the best two way players in the NBA, George is a superstar who can adapt his role to wherever he goes. After spending the last season in OKC, PG played second fiddle to Russell Westbrook and accepted the role with grace. It seems PG wants to postion himself where he can win a championship or a couple over the next few seasons.
#3 Jabari Parker: Restricted Free Agent
12.6 PPG, 1.9 APG, 4.9 REB
The biggest question mark at his postion this offseason, Parker brings tons of potential but will he ever reach it? Knee injuries have plagued his young career and he seemed to be stuck in Prunty’s doghouse last season on the Bucks. A bucket getter who finds himself often lost on defense, his ability to be coached has and will continued to be questioned until he proves us wrong. The 23 year old is reportedly drawing interests from the 76ers and the Jazz. Look for the Bucks to have to make a decision on whether they want to continue on with or without Jabari as someone will throw money at him.
#4 Kyle Anderson: Restricted Free Agent
7.9 PPG, 2.7 APG, 5.4 REB
Coming off of career highs in PPG, APG, REB and FG% Anderson is a Swiss Army knife of ability. Not fantastic at one thing but decent at all, Anderson is a Free Agent who brings a solid bench role to whatever team comes knocking. A product of the Spurs system, look for a playoff team to pick him up and utilize his ability to his potential.
#5 Trevor Ariza: Unrestricted Free Agent
11.7 PPG, 1.6 APG, 4.4 REB
One of the more underrated Free Agents thins offseaon, Ariza is A great role player on any title contender. Offering a Three and D game to anyone willing to take the chance, the 34 year old is in the twilight of his career but has produced well for the Rockets over the past couple seasons. Look for Ariza to either find a payday with a lottery team or sign up for a potential title run.