15. DeMarcus Cousins, C
The former All-Star has found a home with the Nuggets this past season after having a stint with the Bucks earlier this season. DeMarcus Cousins lost most of his athleticism due to injuries despite only being 31-years-old. The 6-foot-10 big man is quickly molding himself into one of the better backup big men in the league.
14. JaVale McGee, C
If JaVale McGee was younger than 34-years-old then he might be higher on this list. However, he relies on his athleticism and as he continues to age, he might not be the same player he was for the Suns this past season. However, at 7-feet tall, McGee is can be a quality veteran and backup at this point in his career.
13. Kevon Looney, C
Before this playoff run, I probably wouldn’t have had Kevon Looney in the top-50. However, his defense, rebounding, and basketball I.Q. has boosted the 26-year-old free agent value. The 6-foot-9 big man has looked great as the Warriors starter at center during the playoffs which could get him a nice payday this offseason.
12. Gary Harris, SG
It’s true that Gary Harris was overpaid last season by the Orlando Magic. However, the 6-foot-4 shooting guard should have his fair share of suitors this offseason. He’s a 3-and-D wing that has value in the league and at 27-years-old he’s in his prime.
11. Andre Drummond, C
Before rehabing his value with the Philadelphia 76ers, Andre Drummond had fallen hard from grace. However, he did so well the Sixers, 6-foot-10 big man was included in the Ben Simmons trade and become a starter for the Nets. The 28-year-old should have his pick of teams this offseason due to his impressive play.