If there's one question about the NBA free agent movement this summer, it could be this: "Who is happier -- NBA general managers or real estate agents and moving companies?"

In this case, everyone wins. This summer, NBA general managers have signed 49 free agents (players they have sought out for their considerable talents). Of those signed players, 31 will be changing uniforms, and therefore they will be living in new cities and homes, pleasing the real estate agents. In addition to the signings, GMs have shuttled around 14 players in three trades.

Despite the numerous signings, the NBA free agent market still features players who can be solid contributors and possibly help a team during a title run. Here are some of the best remaining free agents:


Jason Terry Status: Restricted Free Agent


YEAR
G
GS
MPG
FG%
3P%
FT%
RPG
APG
SPG
BPG
PPG
2002-03
81
81
380
.428
.371
.887
3.4
7.4
1.56
0.17
17.2
Career
322
263
34.2
.428
.373
.849
3.1
5.6
1.44
0.15
16.1


Jason Terry
Mitchell Layton
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Jason Terry tops our list despite his being a restricted free agent, meaning the Hawks, Terry's team since being drafted in 1999, have the right to match any offer another team may make. Even with the sale of the Hawks still up in the air, it appears the Hawks may match any offer for Terry.

Terry should be a hot commodity in the free agent market, considering his numbers are comparable to Gilbert Arenas' numbers. The reason he's still out there? He's a hybrid point-shooting guard, one of many in the league. Most teams want either one or the other.



Lamar Odom Status: Restricted Free Agent


YEAR
G
GS
MPG
FG%
3P%
FT%
RPG
APG
SPG
BPG
PPG
2002-03
49
47
34.3
.439
.326
.777
6.7
3.6
0.86
0.84
14.6
Career
230
216
36.0
.444
.313
.709
7.3
4.6
1.00
1.28
15.9


Lamar Odom
Rocky Widner
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Lamar Odom is a multi-talented, mercurial forward who can handle the ball. Odom, a restricted free-agent who has been plagued by various injuries, may be the most complete player remaining on the market.

The Heat have been the hottest on Odom's heels in the offseason and Odom has hinted that a change of location may benefit him. (Miami Herald)

As a restricted free agent, Odom's current team, the L.A. Clippers, have a right to match any offer. The question is will they?



Stephen Jackson Status: Free Agent


YEAR
G
GS
MPG
FG%
3P%
FT%
RPG
APG
SPG
BPG
PPG
2002-03
80
58
28.2
.435
.320
.760
3.6
2.3
1.56
0.38
11.8
Career
180
99
23.0
.427
.320
.740
2.9
1.9
1.26
0.26
9.3


Stephen Jackson
Jed Jacobsohn
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Stephen Jackson had a breakout season in 2002-03. An important part of the San Antonio Spurs' championship team, Jackson started 58 games and gave the Spurs a consistent and complementary outside threat to MVP Tim Duncan's interior dominance.

While Jackson seems to have found a comfort zone in San Antonio, a trade that brought Hedo Turkoglu and Ron Mercer to the Spurs reduces minutes at the small forward position, minutes Jackson was already sharing with Manu Ginobili.



Reggie Miller Status: Free Agent


YEAR
G
GS
MPG
FG%
3P%
FT%
RPG
APG
SPG
BPG
PPG
2002-03
70
70
30.2
.441
.355
.900
2.5
2.4
0.89
0.06
12.6
Career
1243
1158
34.8
.474
.398
.886
3.1
3.0
1.12
0.23
18.9


Reggie Miller
Ron Hoskins
NBAE/Getty Images
Reggie Miller, one of the greatest clutch players in NBA history, is still deadly from the outside and is a great veteran presence on a young team. The Indiana Pacers will need his steady hand in the postseason if they want to advance to the NBA Finals.

Though he is a free agent, can anyone really imagine Miller in anything but Pacers blue and gold? When you think Pacers, you think Miller. Open the Pacers media guide and his name is in bold atop nearly every category from games played to turnovers. It appears likely that Miller will finish his career in Indianapolis. (Indy Star)





Jim Jackson Status: Free Agent


YEAR
G
GS
MPG
FG%
3P%
FT%
RPG
APG
SPG
BPG
PPG
2002-03
63
0
20.8
.442
.451
.855
4.2
1.9
0.49
0.06
7.7
Career
701
542
33.5
.430
.353
.822
4.7
3.4
0.85
0.22
15.5


Jim Jackson
Rocky Widner
NBAE/Getty Images
Is Jim Jackson really entering his 12th NBA season? It may be hard to believe, but the swingman has been around for a decade. Once a prolific scorer (he averaged 25.7 points per game in 1994-95), Jackson filled in admirably off the bench for the Kings last season.

Will he return to Sacramento? The Kings just traded Keon Clark to the Jazz to avoid the luxury tax, but Jackson won't command the salary Clark did and he's affordable to teams who need a veteran boost off the bench.



Travis Best Status: Free Agent


YEAR
G
GS
MPG
FG%
3P%
FT%
RPG
APG
SPG
BPG
PPG
2002-03
72
52
25.1
.396
.330
.854
2.0
3.5
0.61
0.10
8.4
Career
47
30
24.6
.453
.345
.775
2.8
3.7
1.47
0.23
10.9


Travis Best
Fernando Medina
NBAE/Getty Images
Travis Best, like Terry, is another shooting guard in a point guard's body. Best is entering his ninth season and could be playing with his fourth team since the 2001-02 season after spending his first 6 seasons in Indiana.

Best, who was dogged by a sprained ankle for most of the season's second half, saw his numbers (39.6 percent from the field, 3.5 assists per game) dip below his career averages last season. Still, Best is a quality veteran point guard who could give a contending team's backcourt a boost as spot starter and key reserve.



Jon Barry Status: Free Agent


YEAR
G
GS
MPG
FG%
3P%
FT%
RPG
APG
SPG
BPG
PPG
2002-03
80
0
18.4
.450
.407
.860
2.3
2.6
0.79
0.18
6.9
Career
675
25
16.2
.438
.390
.847
1.8
2.1
0.79
0.14
5.7


Jon Barry
Allen Einstein
NBAE/Getty Images
Jon Barry, son of Hall of Famer Rick Barry and brother of Sonics guard Brent Barry, is instant energy off the bench. Part of a great bench in Sacramento two years ago, Barry was the backbone of the Pistons reserves the past two seasons.

One of the better shooting free agents remaining (a career 39 percent from three), Barry is best loved for his hustle. He probably leads the league in floor burns. Barry would be a great addtion to the bench for a conference title contender.



Predrag Drobnjak Status: Restricted Free Agent


YEAR
G
GS
MPG
FG%
3P%
FT%
RPG
APG
SPG
BPG
PPG
2002-03
82
69
24.2
.412
.353
.791
3.9
1.0
0.59
0.46
9.4
Career
146
81
21.6
.429
.345
.777
3.7
0.9
0.47
0.47
8.3


Predrag Drobnjak
Rocky Widner
NBAE/Getty Images
At 6-11, Predrag Drobnjak is one heck of a shooter, but a little slight on the defensive end. Drobnjak hit 35.3 percent of his three-point shots last season, his second in the league, but only averaged 0.46 blocks per game.

Still learning the NBA game, Drobnjak started 69 games for the Sonics last season. He also boosted his scoring average by nearly three points per game last season and improved his numbers in every statistical category.

And any team that signs him gets the best player website in the NBA.



Voshon Lenard Status: Free Agent


YEAR
G
GS
MPG
FG%
3P%
FT%
RPG
APG
SPG
BPG
PPG
2002-03
63
24
30.6
.402
.365
.804
3.4
2.3
0.94
0.33
14.3
Career
463
244
27.2
.414
.389
.796
2.9
2.1
0.74
0.25
11.9


Voshon Lenard
Andrew D. Bernstein
NBAE/Getty Images
Voshon Lenard, statistically, had the best year of his career with the Raptors in 2002-03, averaging 14.3 points in 63 games.

Lenard, a slightly undersized shooting guard, is an excellent shooter from the outside. When called on to score more by the injury-plagued Raptors last season, Lenard answered the call. Though he may not be starting lineup material, Lenard could give a contending team an offensive burst off the bench.



Jacque Vaughn Status: Free Agent


YEAR
G
GS
MPG
FG%
3P%
FT%
RPG
APG
SPG
BPG
PPG
2002-03
80
48
21.1
.448
.235
.776
1.5
2.9
0.80
0.03
5.9
Career
386
64
17.0
.437
.375
.779
1.4
2.9
0.58
0.02
5.1


Jacque Vaughn
Andrew D. Bernstein
NBAE/Getty Images
Jacque Vaughn is another veteran point guard who could provide some leadership off the bench.

After spending his first four years playing behind John Stockton in Utah, Vaughn landed in Atlanta and Orlando, where he spent the 2002-03 season. Vaughn is solid, steady and growing more confident in his game as he has increased his assists-to-turnover ratio the past three seasons.