As the league's playoff-bound teams look to fortify their rosters and close up any open holes with veteran signings in the final few days of the regular season, a handful of other former NBA veterans are looking on and asking, "What about us?"
The New York Knicks have made news in the past few days picking up (and subsequently waiving) Solomon Jones and then going after Quentin Richardson to replace the injured, and now retired, Rasheed Wallace.
Likewise, the San Antonio Spurs filled the hole left by Stephen Jackson with Chinese Basketball Association superstar Tracy McGrady.
It's a huge influx of veterans as far as the end of season goes. These guys are usually given a trial period before the start of the playoffs, but injuries have, as of late, come along quickly for some teams, and these teams are reacting.
So who could be next?
Where's Baron Davis? RT @espnchrispalmer: I'm just waiting for somebody to sign Darius Miles.
— Jimmy Spencer (@JimmySpencerNBA) April 17, 2013
The rash of veteran signings gives not only McGrady the hope of finally winning a playoff series in his NBA career but also other NBA veterans out there looking for a last run.