As NBA Free Agency Dust Settles, What's Next Step for Teams Still in Need?

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As NBA Free Agency Dust Settles, What's Next Step for Teams Still in Need?
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The fast and loud opening weeks of NBA free agency are quieting down, as most big names are off the market. But there are still plenty of teams with open roster spots sorting through the scrap heap.

The only marquee free agents who remain are the ones who needed the market to find their value before a team could give them a real offer.

That's why Monta Ellis took so long to land with the Dallas Mavericks (and fire his agent in the process), and why the Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks are playing a game of point guard chicken.

Beyond that, we're waiting on Nate Robinson's annual one-year deal, Mo Williams and Corey Brewer are still floating around, and there are a few big dudes remaining who could have a positive impact on a basketball team.

We have a few contenders who will be making their pitches to veteran minimum players, bottom-feeders ready to continue their quest for the Andrew Wiggins/Jabari Parker/Julius Randle trio at the top of next summer's draft class, and middling teams that will make some middling moves.

Let's take a look at what we should expect over the course of the next few weeks—otherwise known as Free Agency, Phase 2.

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