5 Under-the-Radar NBA Free-Agent Picks for 2022
NBA executives seeking for free-agent deals must see the 2022 summer as a perfect storm.
Only five teams are expected to have more than $20 million in cap space, and the majority of them will use some of it to keep their own free players.
Many players will be underpaid, and the seven we've discussed here will provide you the most bang for dollars.
Gary Harris, Unrestrcited
Last year, Gary Harris' $20 million contract was hardly a steal. However, for half that amount (or maybe even less), the 27-year-old winger might be one of free agency's best bargains.
2) Taurean Prince, Unrestricted
Taurean Prince, averaging 14.1 points per game . He was rapidly overrated as a goaltender and overpaid after signing a two-year, $25 million contract with the Brooklyn Nets in 2019.
3)T.J. Warren, Unrestricted
Missing two seasons in a row pulls a player off the radar.: He hasn't exactly been a significant part of the NBA conversation for a while.
4) Isaiah Hartenstein, Unrestricted
Nobody pays huge money to non-superstar 5s anymore, and Hartenstein's 8.3 point, 4.9 rebound, and 2.4 assist averages are unlikely to make him an exception.
5) Danuel House Jr., Unrestricted
Danuel House Jr. has averaged 24.6 minutes per game in both the regular season and playoffs. That seems more like a fact, but it's a significant indicator for free-agent suitors.