Stock Up, Stock Down for Free Agents-to-Be in 2013 NBA Playoffs

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Stock Up, Stock Down for Free Agents-to-Be in 2013 NBA Playoffs
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J.R. Smith's stock has suffered during the postseason, but he's not the only one in such a situation.

The free agents-to-be in the 2013 NBA playoffs aren't focusing on the summer quite yet, but they're still changing their stock with each minute they spend on the court. Some are earning more money, while others aren't exactly doing wonders for their financial portfolios. 

With the exception of the Boston Celtics, who only have Chris Wilcox entering free agency in the summer, each team has one or more players who aren't under contract next season and are currently playing at least 15 minutes per game in the postseason. 

Those are the guys who we'll be focusing on here. It does exclude a few notable names like Chris Andersen (who hasn't played enough to qualify for a featured spot here, even if his stock would be on the rise), but the minutes-per-game threshold has to be set somewhere.

There are a few players whose stocks haven't changed, but the majority have experienced some shifts, either in the positive or negative direction. 

What's happened with your favorite team?


Note: All stats, unless otherwise indicated, are current through Sunday, May 12 and come from 

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