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NBA free agents: Team-by-team lists for 2021 and 2022

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Who are the NBA free agents to watch in 2021 and 2022? The 2020 free-agent class featured less star power than normal, as the league blitzed through a condensed transaction period featuring the draft and free agency in the same week.

The 2021 class has more hype, potentially featuring names such as Kawhi Leonard, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Chris Paul, Paul George, Victor Oladipo, DeMar DeRozan, Blake Griffin, Rudy Gobert and Andre Drummond. Some of those players will agree to extensions or pick up player options before ever hitting the market, while others will have plenty of suitors.

Here's our team-by-team look at all the players who can and will hit free agency over the next two seasons.

Key: Restricted = Restricted free agent; Player = Player option; Team = Team option; ETO = Early termination option

MORE: 2021 NBA offseason preview


Atlanta Hawks

2021

2022


Boston Celtics

2021

2022


Brooklyn Nets

2021

2022


Charlotte Hornets

2021

2022


Chicago Bulls

2021

2022


Cleveland Cavaliers

2021

2022


Dallas Mavericks

2021

2022


Denver Nuggets

2021

2022


Detroit Pistons

2021

2022


Golden State Warriors

2021

2022


Houston Rockets

2021

2022


Indiana Pacers

2021

2022


LA Clippers

2021

2022


Los Angeles Lakers

2021

2022


Memphis Grizzlies

2021

2022


Miami Heat

2021

2022


Milwaukee Bucks

2021

2022


Minnesota Timberwolves

2021

2022


New Orleans Pelicans

2021

2022

  • None


New York Knicks

2021

2022


Oklahoma City Thunder

2021

2022


Orlando Magic

2021

2022


Philadelphia 76ers

2021

2022


Phoenix Suns

2021

2022


Portland Trail Blazers

2021

2022


Sacramento Kings

2021

2022


San Antonio Spurs

2021

2022


Toronto Raptors

2021

2022


Utah Jazz

2021

2022


Washington Wizards

2021

2022