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Naming the NBA Top free agents per position for 2013
As the 2013 NBA free agency period gets closer, it will be interesting to see which will be the top free agents that available in the market come July 1. With the amount of talent that will be available, this offseason is projected to be one of the most interesting of the past years.
Point Guard: Chris Paul
Chris Paul easily wins the No.1 seed in the point guard position. His impact to the Los Angeles Clippers was enormous. Since the time he was acquired by the Clips, the entire dynamics of the franchise changed. LA reached last season the best point of its franchise history. Brandon Jennings and Jeff Teague follow on the list.
Shooting Guard: Andre Iguodala
Iguodala chose to not exercise his player option with the Denver Nuggets for next season, worth $15.9 million. He is clearly the best shooting guard available on the market, with J.R. Smith and Monta Ellis next.
Small Forward: Andre Kirilenko
Kirilenko returned to the NBA after a not so successful year spent in Europe. His numbers prove that he is still a lethal weapon for any team. AK-47 averaged 12.4 points, 5.7 rebounds and 2.8 assists last year with the Minnesota Timberwolves. Matt Barnes and Kyle Korver are the runner ups.
Power Forward: Josh Smith
Josh Smith is surely an All-Star caliber player. Whilst he hasn't enjoyed a successful Playoff run with the Atlanta Hawks, thanks to the young of his age he can easily change a position in a better team, where he can provide his usual dominant play, on both ends of the floor. Paul Millsap and David West are next.
Center: Dwight Howard
There is no doubt that Howard will be the best center available in the market. Last season wasn't very successful for Superman and the Los Angeles Lakers. But his dominance is so important to any team, that even his thoughts about his next destination make the headlines. Andrew Bynum and Al Jefferson follow on the list.
By: Chris M