2010 NBA Free Agents List

The NBA Free Agent Class of 2010

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The NBA free agent class of 2010 is one of the deepest in recent memory as it features the biggest names in the NBA spearheaded by the one player every NBA team is salivating to get, Lebron James.

After all, he has been the best player in the NBA this past two seasons capturing back-to-back Most Valuable Player awards for the regular season.

At only 25 years old, he has not reached his full potential yet and is odds-on favorite to win at least one NBA championship before his Hall of Fame career is over.

The 2010 NBA free agency market known as “The Summer of Lebron” is not all about Lebron as two of his classmates from the deep 2003 Draft Class are also free agents, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh.

Also available are other superstars like Shaquille O’Neal Dirk Nowitzki, Amar’e Stoudemire, Joe Johnson, Carlos Boozer, Yao Ming, Paul Pierce, Ray Allen, Rudy Gay and David Lee.

Check out the complete list of 2010 NBA free agents below:

  1. Al Harrington – agreed to 5 years, $34 million with Knicks
  2. Amare Stoudamire – agreed to 5 years, $100 million with Knicks
  3. Amir Johnson – agreed to 5 years, $34 million with Raptors
  4. Andrea Bargnani
  5. Antonio Davis
  6. Ben Wallace – agreed to 2 years, $3.8 million with Pistons
  7. Bobby Simmons
  8. Brad Miller
  9. Brendan Haywood – agreed to 6 years, $55 million with Mavs
  10. Brian Cardinal
  11. Carlos Boozer – agreed to 5 years, $80 million with Bulls
  12. Chris Bosh – agreed to 6 years, $110 million with Heat
  13. Cuttino Mobley
  14. Damien Wilkins
  15. Darius Miles
  16. Darko Milicic – agreed to 4 years, $20 million with Wolves
  17. Derek Fisher – agreed to 3 years, $10.5 million with Lakers
  18. Dirk Nowitzki – agreed to 4 years, $80 million with Mavericks
  19. Dwayne Wade – agreed to 6 years, $107 million with Heat
  20. Earl Watson
  21. Eddy Curry
  22. Etan Thomas
  23. Hedo Turkoglu
  24. Jamal Crawford
  25. Jermaine O’Neal – agreed to 2 years, $12 million with Celtics
  26. Jerome James
  27. Joe Johnson – agreed to 6 years, $119 million with Hawks
  28. Josh Boone
  29. Josh Howard – agreed to 1 year, $4 million with Wizards
  30. Kenny Thomas
  31. Kyle Lowry
  32. Larry Hughes
  33. LeBron James – agreed to 6 years, $110 million with Heat
  34. Luke Ridnour
  35. Marcus Williams
  36. Mark Blount
  37. Matt Bonner
  38. Matt Harpring
  39. Memo Okur
  40. Mike Miller – agreed to 5 years, $25 million with Heat
  41. Mike Redd
  42. Quentin Richardson – agreed to 3 years, $7.5 million with Magic
  43. Randy Foye – agreed to 2 years, $8.5 million with Clippers
  44. Ray Allen – agreed to 2 years, $20 million with Celtics
  45. Renaldo Balkman
  46. Ronnie Brewer – agreed to 3 years, $12.5 million with Bulls
  47. Rudy Gay – agreed to 5 years, $82 million with Grizzlies
  48. Sergio Rodriguez – agreed to deal with Spain’s Real Madrid
  49. Shaquille O’Neal – agreed to 2 years, $2.8 million with Celtics
  50. Tim Thomas
  51. Tracy McGrady
  52. Travis Outlaw – agreed to 5 years, $35 million with Nets
  53. Troy Hudson
  54. Tyrus Thomas – agreed to 5 years, $40 million with Bobcats
  55. Udonis Haslem – agreed to 5 years, $20 million with Heat
  56. Zydrunas Ilgauskas – agreed to 2 years, $2.8 million with Heat

Some of these players will actually resign with their current teams while some will move to another team.

We don’t know yet their definite plans but one thing is for sure, when all has been said and done, this year’s set of free agents will change the NBA landscape like never been before.

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One Response to “The NBA Free Agent Class of 2010”

  1. Mao Says:

    wow sobrang dami ng free agents malas ng iba kasabay nila cla Lebron at D-Wade matataas ang salary kaya ang mga team kelangan mg adjust pra sa salary cap.. hehe

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