Following the first wave of NBA free agency, teams are stuck sorting through the wreckage for the few remaining players with something to contribute. A handful of those guys will come on the cheap, too.
Whether gambling on a player with an injury history or just discovering a diamond in the rough, there are more than a few ways to bargain shop as the summer winds on.
Just a few of the remaining players will command more than $5 million per year on their next contract, so teams with just a few million bucks left in cap space (or a salary cap exception) are in luck.
While some free agents will slip through the cracks and inevitably end up as mid-season signings—like Chris Andersen and Kenyon Martin last season—the rest should find a new home soon enough, much to the delight of organizations looking for a steal.