NBA Unrestricted Free Agents: FULL LIST Of Centers Available

Now that the calendar has turned to June, the NBA's free agency season will start to kick into high gear.  

Free agents will be allowed to "officially" begin negotiating with teams beginning at 6:00pm ET on June 30th, though contracts cannot be signed until July 6th at 12:01pm ET. 

But teams everywhere have already started to pore over the names they'll be attempting to add to their rosters. 

With that in mind, we present the full list of NBA free agent centers — at this point in time. Some will be in contract negotiations with their current teams over the next month, trying to work out a new deal before hitting the open market. 

• Brook Lopez
• Nikola Vucevic
• Jakob Poeltl
• Christian Wood
• Mason Plumlee
• Naz Reid
• Dwight Powell
• Thomas Bryant
• Drew Eubanks

The above list all averaged at least 20 minutes per game, as starters or backups at the five. The first three on the list, Lopez, Vucevic and Poeltl, are all thought to be likely to re-sign with their current teams in Milwaukee, Chicago and Toronto, respectively. 

The following list are players who didn't crack the 20-minute mark per game (some didn't even get close), but there are a few here who can play a nice role off the bench, in certain situations. 

  • Mo Wagner
  • Bismack Biyombo
  • Chimezie Metu
  • Cody Zeller
  • Willie Cauley-Stein
  • Dewayne Dedmon
  • Gorgui Dieng
  • DeAndre Jordan
  • Frank Kaminsky
  • Alex Len
  • Meyers Leonard
  • Robin Lopez
  • Boban Marjanovic 
  • Tristan Thompson 
And let us not forget the former multi-time All-Star centers who were completely shunned by NBA teams this past season, but who seemingly would still like to get another shot:

  • DeMarcus Cousins
  • Dwight Howard

While Howard played out this past season in Taiwan, Cousins has finally relented and headed to a land across the water, where he's currently tearing it up in Puerto Rico. 

Here's hoping that Boogie and Dwight find their way back into the Association next season.  

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