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2013 NBA Free Agency: Breaking Down Where the Best Remaining Options Will Land

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2013 NBA Free Agency: Breaking Down Where the Best Remaining Options Will Land
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Former No. 1 overall pick Greg Oden has been limited to only 88 games in his NBA career, but he is drawing interest from teams after three years out of the league.

Most of the big-name free agents in the NBA have found a home for next season, whether they chose to stay in the same city or sign elsewhere for more money or to have a better chance of winning a championship.

While Dwight Howard, Andrew Bynum, Al Jefferson, Jarrett Jack and Tony Allen have inked new deals this offseason, there are still other promising free agents available.

There are savvy veterans with championship experience on the market such as sharpshooter Mike Miller and power forward Lamar Odom.

Injuries have limited the careers of Greg Oden and Kenyon Martin, but both could potentially start for the right team.

Brandon Jennings is a point guard who could be an attractive free agent for teams looking to add a potential starter or depth at the position.

Here are the some of the best remaining unrestricted free agents and the teams that have shown an interest in them. 

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