NBA Rumors: Top 3 Free Agent Shooting Guards Still Available

Training camp is just a couple of weeks away, and there are still plenty of names out there on the free agent market looking for a home. When it comes to shooting guard, the names aren't splashy, but these three players can still definitely help a team in the right role.

1. Jeremy Lamb

If positionless basketball, and switching everything on defense is your thing (and for many teams, that is the growing trend these days in the NBA), you could do a lot worse than Jeremy Lamb at this point in the free agent market. 

At 6'5", with a 6'11" wingspan, Lamb's value is perhaps at its lowest in years, due to an "off" year last season in Indiana and Sacramento. But taking the last five seasons into account, he's been a solid wing player, while averaging 35.5% on threes over that span. 

2. Wayne Ellington

This 13-year veteran can still fill it up from three-point land. He's peddled that outside shot now to nine different teams over the course of his career; last season it was with the Los Angeles Lakers, where Ellington hit on 39% of his threes. The year before, with the Detroit Pistons, he filled it up from distance at a 42% clip. 

He fires them up often, and forces defenses to react. He can definitely space the floor for a team in need. And what team in the NBA doesn't need a floor-spacer these days?

3. Ben McLemore

This 9-year vet had a nice year for the Portland Trail Blazers last season, averaging 10.2 points and knocking down 36% of his 3-point attempts. He's among a group of veterans that the Golden State Warriors brought in for tryouts this week.

McLemore's averaged 9 points in his career, in just over 22 minutes per game, while shooting 36% from distance. He's often referred to as one of the most underrated players in the league. 

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