Lee Nailon, Cavaliers: You keep waiting for Nailon to break out, because he is productive with the ball. But if he couldn't play for Paul Silas or Don Chaney, you wonder who he could play for.
Travis Best, Mavericks: He didn't get much of an opportunity in Dallas last season, but someone who has the kind of playoff experience and defensive ability like Best has got to get a real look somewhere; there aren't that many quality backup guards in the league.
Darius Miles, Blazers: The likelihood is that the Blazers will re-sign Miles, a restricted free agent. But if money becomes an issue, is it possible that D would wind up wherever his buddy Quentin Richardson winds up? That could be Phoenix. That could be Denver.
Stromile Swift, Grizzlies: Like Miles, Swift is restricted, and you'd expect the Grizzlies to re-sign him or at least use him in a sign-and-trade if they can't get a physical big man any other way. But if the Celtics don't get anybody else to come in free agency, Stro wouldn't be a bad target.
Tom Gugliotta, Jazz: Gugliotta's best days are no doubt behind him, but the veteran four is smart and tough and wouldn't be a bad pickup for minimum money.
Ron Mercer, Spurs: Things didn't work out in San Antonio, where Mercer had a clear opportunity to get major minutes. I still think he's got some ball in him.
Antonio McDyess, Suns: He is a wild card. After all he's been through physically, does he have much left in his legs? And if he doesn't, can he still give you something? It's probably worth a million bucks to find out.
David Aldridge, who covers the NBA for ESPN, is a regular contributor to ESPN.com. Also, click here for Aldridge's chat on July 1, the start of free agency.