Believe it or not, there are still plenty of players remaining on the free agent list. These following players have either waited for the contract that they see fit, or are just not generating much interest. For most rosters, their teams are full. However, these are the best remaining Free Agents in 2017.

Nerlens Noel

Noel was supposed to be snatched up by the Dallas Mavericks by now, but his expectations for a deal have prolonged his delay of a job. Noel has averaged 10.0 points and 7.5 rebounds in his career. Noel was traded over from the Philadelphia 76ers this past season.

His presence as a rim protector is huge, but his offensive skill set is limited. He is just 23 years old, but he is not worth the max despite what he thinks.

Nikola Mirotic

Mirotic is a former Euro-League MVP, but his hype was higher than his game. Mirotic struggled as an outside shooter this past season with the Chicago Bulls. He would have been traded at the deadline, but no one wanted to offer any draft pick compensation for him. Mirotic could help a team off the bench, but right now it's unknown who would want him.

Alex Len

Len is a perfect replica of Noel. Len was rumored to be back with the Phoenix Suns, but no contract has emerged. Len was drafted by the Suns, and has had a pretty solid career as a player off the bench.

Len averaged 8.0 points and 6.6 rebounds in 20.3 minutes last season. The Suns are still his most likely suitor, but it's a question of when the two sides will hammer out a deal.

Trey Burke

Burke may not be the player that everyone thought he was going to be when he came out of Michigan. The flashy Point Guard was a key cog in leading Michigan to the National Championship game in 2013.

He had three productive years in Utah before fizzling to five points a game in Washington. Burke may have had a bad season with the Wizards, but he can be a productive backup point guard in this league. Burke was last receiving interest from the Orlando Magic.

Mason Plumlee

Plumlee is a well-rounded big man in the league that can come off the bench and help a contender.

Plumlee averaged a career high 11.1 points in Portland before being traded to the Denver Nuggets. Plumlee is a career 9.0 point, 6.5 rebound a night type of player. Plumlee can give a team 20 minutes of the bench. The Nuggets are reported to still be interested in bringing him back.

Honorable mentions: Roy Hibbert, David Lee, Derrick Williams, Gerald Green, Kris Humphries, and Randy Foye.