Free agency is pretty much over at this point with NBA training camps set to open up this week, but this has not stopped teams from filling out their last few roster spots.
Avery Bradley was the most recent notable name to sign with a team, as he agreed to a one-year contract with the Golden State Warriors.
While the terms of the contract were not released, it is expected that this deal is a non-guaranteed/training camp deal in which Bradley will fight for one of the final roster spots on the Warriors’ 15-man roster.
This was a really strong signing by Golden State, as Bradley will supply them with plenty of depth, specifically on the defensive end of the court, should they keep him.
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Avery Bradley signing with the Warriors means there is one less roster spot available in this league, but it also means that there is one less key talent off the market.
However, there are still some notable names who are still free agents and searching for an NBA contract for the 2021-22 season.
They may not be the players they once were, but let’s take a look at five key players who are still free agents and can help teams from the second they sign their contract.