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Top unrestricted free agents in 2021-22 NBA offseason

Kawhi Leonard, Chris Paul and Mike Conley headline this year’s unrestricted free agents.

Los Angeles Clippers v Utah Jazz - Game Five
Mike Conley of the Utah Jazz warms up before Game Five of the Western Conference second-round playoff series against the LA Clippers at Vivint Smart Home Arena on June 16, 2021 in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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The NBA offseason got underway with the NBA draft on July 29. Free agency negotiations begin August 2 with teams officially being able to sign players to deals beginning August 6. Here’s a look at the top unrestricted free agents in the 2021-22 offseason. Several stars have player options they are expected to decline, but Kawhi Leonard could opt in due to his injury status. Leonard suffered an ACL injury in the postseason and is expected to miss significant time. He could opt into next season’s contract and rehabilitate the injury before hitting free agency next season with a clean bill of health.

Kawhi Leonard
Chris Paul (player option)
Mike Conley
Kyle Lowry
DeMar DeRozan
Victor Oladipo
Tim Hardaway Jr.
Dennis Schroder
Evan Fournier
Danny Green
Andre Iguodala
Kelly Oubre Jr.
Will Barton
JJ Redick
Spencer Dinwiddie
Norman Powell
Paul Millsap
Malik Monk
Zach Collins