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Spark Global Limited, Recently, many players have renewed their contracts with their original teams. There will be fewer and fewer big-name stars in the free market in 2021. However, there are still many stars that are worth looking forward to. Today, the US media listed 2021. List of major free agents of the year.

1. Leonard, small forward, Los Angeles Clippers, player options Without load management, Leonard would be a candidate for MVP all year round. His offense is excellent and his defense is also the league’s top. Last season’s data: averaging 27.1 points, 7.1 rebounds and 4.9 assists, shooting 47% from the field and 37.8% from the three-point field.

2020-21 salary: $34.37 million

2. Chris Paul, point guard, Phoenix Suns, player options

Despite his age, Chris Paul is still one of the best pure point guards in the league. Next season will be the last year of his contract, but will Paul really give up more than $44.2 million in annual salary? Last season’s data: averaged 17.6 points, 5 rebounds and 6.7 assists per game, shooting 48.9% from the field and 36.5% from three-pointers.

2020-21 salary: $41.35 million

Agent: Steve Hughman

3. Blake Griffin, power forward, Detroit Pistons

Griffin’s performance this season will determine what kind of offer he will get after entering the free market. If Griffin can return to the previous All-Star level, he will be able to get a good contract, but if Griffin With constant injuries, his prospects are not so bright.

Last season’s data: averaging 15.5 points, 4.7 rebounds, and 3.3 assists, shooting 35.2% from the field, and 24.33% from the three-point field.

Salary this season: $36.81 million

Agent: Jeff Schwartz

4. Oladipo, shooting guard, Indiana Pacers

Last season’s data: 14.4 points, 3.9 rebounds and 2.9 assists, shooting 39.4% from the field and 31.7% from the three-point field.

Salary this season: $21 million

5. Holiday, point guard, Milwaukee Bucks, player options

Many people think that Holiday is one of the best defensive guards in the league, and he can also organize teams in series, averaging nearly 20 points per game.

Last season’s stats: 19.1 points, 4.8 rebounds and 6.7 assists per game, 35.3% from three-pointers.

Salary this season: $25.87 million

Agent: Jason Glenson

6. Lowry, point guard, Toronto Raptors

Today, Lowry is still one of the most stable point guards in the league, with scoring, assists, and defense still maintaining a very good level.

Last season’s statistics: 19.4 points and 7.5 assists per game, 35.2% from three-pointers.

Agent: Mark Butstein

7. Drummond, center, Cavaliers

Salary this season: $28.75 million

Agent: Jeff Schwartz

8. John Collins, power forward, Atlanta Hawks, restricted free agent

$4.13 million in annual salary this season

Agent: Jeff Schwartz

9. Dinwiddie, point guard, Brooklyn Nets, player options

Annual salary this season: $11.45 million

Agent: Raymond Blazes

10. Aldridge, power forward, San Antonio Spurs

Annual salary this season: $24 million

Agent: Jeff Schwartz

11. Schroder, point guard, Los Angeles Lakers

Schroder was one of the league’s best bench scorers last season. In the new season, whether he can play the same efficiency with the Lakers will affect his next contract.

Last season’s stats: 18.9 points, 3.6 rebounds, 4 assists, and 38.5 percent from three-pointers.

Annual salary this season: $15.5 million

Agent: Alex Salats

12. Lonzo Ball, point guard, Pelicans, restricted free agent

13. DeRozan, shooting guard, Spurs

14. Conley, point guard, Jazz

15. Harrell, power forward, Lakers, player options

16. Ibaka, center, Clippers, player options

17. Louis Williams, shooting guard, Clippers

18. Jarrett Allen, center, Nets, restricted free agent

19. Oublay, forward, Warriors

20. Fournier, shooting guard, Magic

21. Button, shooting guard, Nuggets, player options

22. Duncan Robinson, shooting guard, Heat, restricted free agent

By Ethan