February 26, 2012; Orlando FL, USA; Western Conference guard Chris Paul of the Los Angeles Clippers (3) passes the ball as Eastern Conference center Dwight Howard (12) of the Orlando Magic defends during the 2012 NBA All-Star Game at the Amway Center. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

NBA Free Agency 2013: Top 15 Players Available

The start of NBA Free Agency is just around the corner and there are a number of top players that will be hitting the open market. While plenty of the top targets around the league will return to their old team, most of the top available players will be up for grabs.

This year, Chris Paul and Dwight Howard are undoubtedly the top two players on the open market.

Unfortunately for teams looking to add a top point guard, Paul’s representatives have already stated that he plans to return to the Clippers next season. For teams interested in Howard, it looks like they will need to outbid the Houston Rockets or Dallas Mavericks.

NBA Free Agency appears like it will be a wild ride, so buckle up and prepare for the fun.

Here are fifteen of the top free agents available:

Player
Pos.
2012-13 Team
Chris Paul
PG
Los Angeles Clippers
Dwight Howard
C
Los Angeles Lakers
Josh Smith
PF
Atlanta Hawks
Manu Ginobili
SG
San Antonio Spurs
Al Jefferson
C
Utah Jazz
Andrew Bynum
C
Philadelphia 76ers
Andre Iguodala
SG
Denver Nuggets
Brandon Jennings
PG
Milwaukee Bucks
Tyreke Evans
PG
Sacramento Kings
Paul Millsap
PF
Utah Jazz
David West
PF
Indiana Pacers
Andrei Kirilenko
SF
Minnesota Timberwolves
O.J. Mayo
SG
Dallas Mavericks
Jose Calderon
PG
Toronto Raptors
Monta Ellis
PG
Milwaukee Bucks

Free agency kicks off just after midnight, so be sure to stay tuned to FanSided.com throughout the free agency period as we keep you up to date with the latest news and rumors from around the league.

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