Big Men: Adonal Foyle, Austin Croshere, Antoine Walker, Paul Davis, Robert Horry, Courtney Sims, Michael Doleac, David Harrison, Steven Hill, Jelani McCoy, Rod Benson, Malik Bandiane, Rafael Araujo, Lance Allred, Michael Olowokandi, David Padgett, Dwayne Jones, Jackie Butler, CJ Giles, Chris Taft, Wang Zhi Zhi
Wings: Bonzi Wells, Ira Newble, Kirk Snyder, Luke Jackson, Ruben Patterson, Michael Dickerson, Ronald Dupree, Partick Ewing Jr, DeMarr Johnson, Mikael Gelabale, Linton Johnson, Derek Anderson, David Noel, Eddie Basden, Doug Christie, Byron Russell, Eric Piatowski, Richie Frahm, Dwyane Mitchell, Marcus Williams, Demetrius Nichols, Derrick Bryars, Brandon Wallace, Rodney White
Guards: Sam Cassell, Shaun Livingston, Steve Francis, Quincy Douby, Salim Stoudamire, Mateen Cleaves, Will Conroy, Jeff McInnis, Keith McLeod, Eddie Gill, Blake Ahearn, Darrick Martin
Two Best Players
The best player by far amongst that group appears to be Bonzi Wells. A genuine rotation caliber wing, and a potential difference maker for a playoff squad.
The second best player would be Adonal Foyle who is a superb third string center and a usable primary backup center. Someone should, and likely will, pick up Foyle. He’s good insurance for a playoff team.
Mostly non-NBA talents, who even if they were signed, would be highly unlikely crack a playoff team’s rotation this season. A few 14/15th men there, like Austin Croshere and Kirk Snyder, who could provide some insurance for teams.