With Steph Curry, Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin, Kyle Lowry, and Paul Millsap off the market, teams will be looking at the second wave of Free Agents this week. Here are the best available free agents left on the market.

1. Gordon Hayward

Hayward will make a decision between the Utah Jazz, Boston Celtics, and Miami Heat very soon. Hayward averaged 15.7 points a game and 4.2 rebounds. Hayward broke out as an All-Star last season. Hayward has a big decision coming up. He can help the Jazz contend in the west, or have an easier path to the Finals in the east.

2. Nerlens Noel

Noel is a former lottery pick that was dealt to the Mavericks this past season.

Noel averaged 10.0 points and 7.5 rebounds. Noel was offered a qualifying offer by the Mavericks. He is just 23-years old, which means he still has potential to become an impact player.

3. Zach Randolph

Randolph is entering the twilight of his career. He is 37-years old, but showed this past postseason that he can still impact a game off the bench. He averaged 16.8 points and 9.3 rebounds. Randolph has received interest from the Thunder and Cavaliers. There's still a slim chance that he could return to the Grizzlies.

4. Derrick Rose

Rose averaged 19.5 points this past season for the Knicks. He has said that he is open to return to the Knicks, but has received interest from the Timberwolves and Bucks.

Rose has a meeting with Milwaukee this week. The Knicks have said that they are not open to committing to older players. Rose is 28 years old with three knee surgeries under his belt.

5. Dion Waiters

Waiters declined his player option with the Heat. He averaged 13.2 points this past season. There were reports of Waiters receiving interest from the Cavaliers, but that was shot down when the team signed Kyle Korver.

As of now, the Lakers are a team that will be meeting with Waiters this week.

6. George Hill

It is unlikely that Hill will return to the Jazz this season. Hill has a meeting with the Lakers this week. Hill is a nine year veteran that brings plenty of postseason experience. Hill averaged 11.8 points this past season.

7. Rudy Gay

Gay would receive a higher ranking if he was consistently a good player on bad teams. Regardless, Gay could impact a lineup off the bench. Gay averaged 18.4 points last season on a bad Kings team. However, the Thunder are very interested in the swingman, and could potentially pair him with MVP Russell Westbrook, and newly acquired Paul George.

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