With the NBA Regular Season beginning on Tuesday, teams had to make their final cuts to get their rosters at a maximum of 15 players.

Here are some of the more notable players who were cut in recent days by NBA teams.

Anthony Bennett

Bennett just has not found a niche in the NBA since the Cleveland Cavaliers took him with the first overall pick in 2013. He has played for four teams in four seasons and has just four career starts. The Phoenix Suns decided not to become his fifth team as the team released him on Thursday.

Trey Burke

Just three days after signing him, the New York Knicks cut Burke on Saturday.

The 24-year-old was the National Player of the Year in 2013 and named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team in 2014. After averaging double-figure scoring in each of his first three seasons with the Utah Jazz, he played much less as John Wall's backup with the Washington Wizards in 2016-17 and finished with averages of 5.0 points and 1.8 Assists Per Game.

Gerald Green

Green was the final cut by the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday, as the team decided to have one roster spot open. It wasn't too long ago when he averaged 15.8 Points Per Game in the 2013-14 season with the Suns. He played 47 games with the Boston Celtics in 2016-17 and averaged 5.6 points per game.

Kris Humphries

While he may be more famous for his (very) brief marriage to Kim Kardashian, Humphries had back-to-back seasons where he averaged double-doubles in points and rebounds in 2010-11 and 2011-12 with the then-New Jersey Nets.

The Philadelphia 76ers cut the 13-year veteran this weekend.

Richard Jefferson

A 16-year veteran, Jefferson was released by the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday just one day after he was acquired in a trade with the Cavaliers. He spent the last two seasons with Cleveland and was part of their rotation both years, but the Cavaliers needed to get rid of a guaranteed contract to reach the maximum of 15 players after they signed Dwyane Wade.

Anthony Morrow

The sharpshooting Morrow was part of the Portland Trail Blazers roster trim. He led the NBA in three-point shooting in his rookie year of 2008-09, and for his career, he has connected on 41.7% of his threes. With the Chicago Bulls and Oklahoma City Thunder last season, he easily had his worst season from long distance going 41-133 (30.8%) on his three-point attempts.

Emeka Okafor

Okafor, the second overall selection in the 2004 NBA Draft, last appeared in the league in 2012-13 with the Wizards. The 2005 Rookie of the Year nearly has a career double-double in his nine seasons with averages of 12.3 points and 9.9 rebounds per game. Okafor is attempting an NBA comeback after a herniated disc sidelined him, but the 76ers cut him on Saturday.

Kendrick Perkins

Perkins was the starting center on the 2008 Celtics championship team. The 13-year veteran did not appear in the NBA last season. While the Cavaliers released him, Cleveland head coach Tyronn Lue has told Perkins there is a place for him on the coaching staff if he does not sign with another team.

Brandon Rush

Rush was a member of the 2015 Golden State Warriors championship team and started 25 games the following year as they finished with an NBA record of 73 wins during the regular season. His release was announced by the Bucks early Saturday morning.

Donald Sloan

Sloan spent last season in China after starting 33 games for the Brooklyn Nets in the 2016-17 season. He posted per game averages of 7.1 points and 4.0 assists that season and the previous one as a member of the Indiana Pacers. The Wizards made the guard one of their final cuts on Saturday.

Beno Udrih

Udrih was cut by the Detroit Pistons on Saturday after he played 38 games for the club last season averaging 5.8 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game. He played 831 games (272 starts) during his 13-year career.