NBA Free Agency 2012: Ranking the Best Role Players Left

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NBA Free Agency 2012: Ranking the Best Role Players Left
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If you're an NBA franchise looking for a player that's going to significantly change the look of your team, I'd suggest waiting until 2014, because you're too late to scoop anyone worthwhile in the remaining free-agency pool.

It's been all quiet on the NBA front over the past few weeks with few moves and minor speculation popping up from various franchises. It's amounted to nothing more than rumors, leaving several free agents (who are actually worth acquiring) without a job at the moment.

Because of the recent collaborations of "Big Threes," more role players are jobless than usual. Franchises are looking to create a dynamic where they have their three star players and then surround them either with lower-tier role players or role players who were willing to take a pay cut in order to hop on a possible championship-bound team.

Not every role player is willing to take that significant of a pay cut to join a contender, however, and some free agents have found that their skills aren't drawing as much attention as they should.

We're scraping the bottom of the barrel as we take a look at the top seven free agents who are still looking for a team.

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