We'll have to wait and see how available some these guys actually are, but if they are, look for a number of teams to make a run at these guys looking for their first big NBA paycheck.
Afflalo and Chandler are both coming off good seasons in Denver. Afflalo has been a defensive stalwart for Denver since being traded there from Detroit in 2009. He has recently been sporting a solid jumper as well.
Chandler is more of a natural small forward, but has played a lot of shooting guard during his career because he has constantly lined up next to Danilo Gallinari. Many fans would like the Bulls to pursue Chandler because shooting guard and small forward are basically interchangeable in Tom Thibodeau's system.
Nick Young had a great year next to John Wall, averaging 17.4 points a game in about 31 minutes of play. Personality and character issues, however, have some wondering if he would be worth the risk.
After being traded to the Kings in February, Marcus Thornton's scoring average jumped from 7.8 in 16.2 minutes a game, to 21.3 points per game in 38.1 minutes. He probably wouldn't be playing close to 40 minutes a night in Chicago, but he could prove to be an efficient scorer next to Rose.