BA free agency is pretty much behind us, but there are still multiple difference-makers available for teams looking to fill out their rotations.

Given the meager amount of spending power left on the market, any of the remaining free agents might have to sign a veteran-minimum contract or a slightly larger deal via some salary-cap exception.

Even if they hadn't pictured themselves winding up there before the offseason started, everyone left is essentially in the bargain bin. These players are the best of that bunch, sorted by past production, how they fit in modern basketball, size and plenty of subjectivity.


10. Bismack Biyombo

Any team interested in signing Bismack Biyombo would likely be aiming to make him its third-string center. In that sense, he's more than capable.

Biyombo will never be more than a rim-runner on offense. Even in that regard, he's far from the kind of weapon that Clint Capela or Rudy Gobert is.

However, Biyombo can be a dominant defensive presence. He's 60th all-time in career defensive rebounding percentage and 13th in career block percentage.

Those are the numbers of a bona fide defensive anchor, something that plenty of second or third units are currently missing.