Off to a sprinting start, NBA free agency in 2022 was a buzz with a slew of notable names signing with new teams and players re-signing to big deals.
For example, Jalen Brunson is now a Knick. Bradley Beal, meanwhile, cemented his legacy with the Wizards by re-signing to a long-term deal.
But while there was a flurry of movement in the opening moments of free agency, there are still several high-profile free agents that remain unsigned.
Here’s a look at the top remaining free agents by position.
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- Deandre Ayton, Phoenix Suns
- Kevon Looney, Golden State Warriors
Ayton is seeking a max deal and the Suns seem ready to move on from the 23-year-old big man after drafting him No. 1 overall four years ago. According to reports, Looney is expected to re-sign with the Warriors.
- Montrez Harrell, Charlotte Hornets
- Carmelo Anthony, Los Angeles Lakers
Harrell may likely re-sign with the Hornets but it is anybody’s guess what Anthony will do as he enters the twilight of his career.
- Miles Bridges, Charlotte Hornets
- TJ Warren, Indiana Pacers
- Caleb Martin, Miami Heat
- Cody Martin, Charlotte Hornets
Bridges is a notable name; however, it is expected that the Hornets will pay to keep him in Charlotte. The Martin twins and Warren are wild cards and could be on the move this offseason.
- James Harden, Philadelphia 76ers
- Donte DiVincenzo, Sacramento Kings
Harden is perhaps the biggest name that remains unsigned. Harden will reportedly re-sign with the Sixers.
- Collin Sexton, Cleveland Cavaliers
- Dennis Schroder, Houston Rockets
The Cavs have to make a decision on Sexton, who is returning from a season-ending knee injury.