Top 5 Multi-Time All-Stars Still Available As Free Agents

While all the "big-name" free agents are off the board as we near closer to training camp, there are still plenty of multi-time All-Stars who are looking for a job. They are "big names" in a sense, though they're far past their prime. But that doesn't mean that they can't still provide a solid presence and some contributions off the bench.

With that in mind, we have a look at the Top 5 remaining free agents—'Vintage' Edition:

1. Carmelo Anthony: 10-time All-Star

He may be 38, but he provided a solid 13.3 points per game for the Los Angeles Lakers last season, pretty much in line with his production over the last 4 seasons.  And where he can really help is from the three-point line, where he shot 37.5%, which is actually his lowest mark there in three years. 

2. LaMarcus Aldridge: 7-time All-Star

The 37-year-old contributed 12.9 points per game for the Brooklyn Nets last season along with 5.5 rebounds.

3. DeMarcus Cousins: 4-time All-Star

At just 32, Cousins can still bring the beef for several minutes per game. In just 15 minutes a contest with Milwaukee and Denver last season, he put up 9 points and 5.6 rebounds. 

4. Blake Griffin: 6-time All-Star

He's just 33, but Griffin has been slowed by injuries over the years. He's only played more than 60 games once in the last seven years. Last season with Brooklyn, he managed 6.4 points and 4.1 rebounds in 17 minutes, but was a solid threat from the outside, hitting on over 42% of his shots from beyond the arc for the second straight year.

5. Dwight Howard: 8-time All-Star

Now 36, Howard played 16 minutes a game for the Los Angeles Lakers last season, scoring 6.2 points while grabbing 5.9 rebounds.  

According to NBA Insider Marc Stein, most (if not all) of these former All-Stars "might have to wait until the season starts for a roster opening not currently available to materialize."

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