2. Andrae Thurman; 30 rec, 470 yds, 2 tds
3. Anthony Fulcher*; 10 rec, 115 yds, 1 td
4. James Hugo; 9 rec, 56 yds, 1 td
5. Justin Levasseur; 5 rec, 70 yds, 1 td
6. Lance Relford; 5 rec, 48 yds, 0 td
7. Clarence Farmer; 4 rec, 42 yds, 1 td
8. Tremaine Cox**; 4 rec, 19 yds, 0 td
9. Gary Love*; 2 rec, 26 yds, 0 td
10. Steve Flemming; 1 rec, 8 yds, 0 td
* Converted to defensive back
** Suspended from the team, expected back in the fall
Top NBA Unrestricted Free Agents
Rashard Lewis (16.8 ppg, 7 rpg, Age 22)
Lewis is young, versatile and talented. He's a 6-10 swingman who should only get better.
Jeff McInnis (14.6 ppg, 6.2 apg, Age 27)
McInnis had great numbers at the point last year and still teams don't want him. The Clippers want to bring in Baron Davis or Andre Miller. While McInnis may not be on their level, he's a solid player.
Larry Hughes (12.3 ppg, 4.3 apg, Age 23)
Hughes is young, but seems to have an attitude. If he can mature, he has the talent to be a great two-guard. The point guard experiment in Golden State was a disaster.
Donyell Marshall (14.2 ppg, 7.8 rpg, Age: 29)
Marshall is a nice complimentary player for a good team. He's a great rebounding small forward. With the right situation he can be a difference maker for a team with a proven star or two.
Rodney Rodgers (11.9 ppg, 4.5 rpg, Age 31)
Rodgers is a great role player who can give you points and rebounds off the bench.
Chauncy Billups (12.5 ppg, 5.5 apg, Age 25)
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Malik Rose (9.4 ppg, 6 rpg, Age 27)
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Jim Jackson (10.7 ppg, 5,3 rpg, Age 31)
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