Dwight Howard, Andrew Bynum and Al Jefferson are all off the market, but that doesn't mean that the free-agency pool is devoid of quality big man. There are still a handful of rotation bigs left, as well as two studs who could make a large impact wherever they land.
Yes, the class started out weak and has dwindled even further. But that doesn't mean the talent is all gone.
To be eligible for these rankings, a player had to be a true "big man," which means that he lines up either at center, both power forward and center or exclusively at power forward. Even a player like Antawn Jamison, one who spends most of his time at the 4 but shifts to the 3 occasionally, will not be found.
Height and power on the inside are crucial weapons for any squad, and these players are now the best ways to build up the depth of a team's arsenal.
Note: All stats, unless otherwise indicated, come from Basketball-Reference.com.