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11. Ronnie Price
Ronnie Price was brought in during free agency this offseason and has had little opportunity behind Jameer Nelson and Victor Oladipo on the depth chart. In his limited minutes, he has produced some solid performances and has protected the ball very well. Regardless, he will remain an afterthought unless Nelson gets injured or traded.
12. Solomon Jones
Jones surprisingly made the roster out of training camp and has contributed very little in his minuscule amount of playing time. He does not provide much outside of a big veteran body to eat up garbage-time minutes, as he has throughout the majority of his career. With Glen Davis and Tobias Harris remaining injury risks, Jones still has value to this team as an emergency big.
13. Doron Lamb
Doron Lamb has shown little outside of a decent three-point shot thus far in his underwhelming NBA career. It was thought that he could contribute more this season, but to this point he has been just as much of a non-factor this year as he was last season. With other players at his position playing well on the roster, there is little use for him right now.
14. Tobias Harris
Harris can't seem to overcome his high ankle sprain, but he could be eased into action some time relatively soon. This was supposed to be a breakout campaign for the young forward, so it is a shame to see his train stuck in neutral at the moment.
Harris scored six points in his one game so far this season and could give this team a huge jolt whenever he returns to the hardwood.