As we have done all season, this section is reserved for the players who haven't seen the floor enough to be worthy of individual grades. However, since they are actually on the roster, they deserve to at least be mentioned.
Despite being one of the better perimeter defenders on a team needing help in that area, Ronnie Brewer hasn't registered much of a blip this season. He's logging just under seven minutes per game, and his statistical averages aren't even worth noting.
Basically, he's caught at an odd crossroads. He hasn't earned the trust of his own team to be worthy of playing time. As a result, he doesn't have enough trade value to draw the interest of another team. Essentially, Brewer's 2013-14 season will be spent getting acquainted with the end of the bench.
Injuries have reduced once-promising backup center Greg Smith to just 11 games this season. He's missed the last 13 games with a knee injury, and there's no timetable for his return. Even if he gets healthy, he'll have a tough time finding minutes in this frontcourt.
Omer Asik is finally back from a two-month absence, and Terrence Jones has emerged as a viable option at power forward. With Donatas Motiejunas showing some signs of life as well, Smith's best chances of making a contribution this season will be as a result of a trade or injury.
Like Brewer, playing time has been scarce for rookie Robert Covington. He had a cup of coffee with the team in late-January, but he didn't see much more than mop-up duty. He has the skills to be a contributor down the road, though, and he's definitely worth keeping an eye on.
However, the team may be too focused on immediate success to worry about developing one of their best young prospects this season.
Rookie Isaiah Canaan is basically in the same boat as Covington.
He saw a little bit of pro action in late-December and early-January, but it was nothing to get excited over. With Jeremy Lin, Patrick Beverley and Aaron Brooks ahead of him in the pecking order, Canaan's best efforts this season will probably be in the D-League.