There are no more Steve Nash-caliber players available this summer.
The noise has quieted down dramatically on the NBA free agent front these days, as all of the once-available, franchise-changing players have signed.
Still though, there are a number of capable free agents out there, who have recently settled on a deal, or are still waiting to see where they will land this summer.
Let's take a look and analyze the latest buzz on the top players available.
Randy Foye Joins the Jazz
Foye is an underrated acquisition for the Jazz, though.
Utah was one of the worst three-point shooting teams in the NBA last season, connecting on just over 32 percent of their shots from beyond the arc in 2011-12.
The former Villanova guard can step in immediately and provide the Jazz with a dependable outside scoring threat. Foye shot 38.6 percent from downtown last season with the Los Angeles Clippers, and made two three-pointers per contest.
Foye also brings solid experience to the table, as a player who started 48 games for the Clippers during the regular season and all 11 of their playoff matchups. Foye shot 43.8 percent from beyond the arc during LA's postseason run last spring.
Greg Stiemsma Headed to Minnesota?
The Boston Celtics will not pursue big man Greg Stiemsma anymore this offseason, and will instead let him become an unrestricted free agent, according to a report in the Pioneer Press.
Stiemsma will, in all likelihood, sign with the Minnesota Timberwolves now, who have already offered the 26-year-old center a deal (TwinCities.com).
Although this is a signing that won't hurt the Timberwolves next season, it won't make much of a difference for them in terms of the playoff push. Minnesota remained relatively quiet on the free agent front this offseason, and will still be projected to miss the postseason next season.
Stiemsma only averaged 2.9 points and 3.2 rebounds per game last season with the Boston Celtics, and although he did block 1.5 shots per game, he doesn't demand attention on offense, nor does he intimidate playing solo defense in the paint.
Minnesota has added a helpful role player for next season, but Stiemsma will make very little contribution to the T-Wolves playoff aspirations.
Joel Przybilla Is a Wanted Man
Free agent center Joel Przybilla is being pursued by several teams, according to a csnnw.com report. The Dallas Mavericks join the list of three teams, including two of Przybilla's former teams, the Bucks and Trail Blazers, who are interested in the 7'1" veteran.
The 32-year-old would likely just be a familiar face in Portland, where he has played for several seasons. The Blazers have already moved on in the frontcourt, drafting Meyers Leonard out of Illinois last June.
Any team that acquires Przybilla can't expect much offensive output though, considering he only averages four points per game for his career.
Where Przybilla can help out though, is on the glass and defensively—he averaged 5.1 rebounds per game last season in less than 17 minutes per game with Portland. Przybilla also averages 1.4 blocked shots per game for his career.
Much like Greg Stiemsma, Przybilla won't change a game or sell tickets, but he can fill a role that every team desperately needs.
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