While the NBA playoffs tip off on Saturday, 14 teams did not qualify and will not participate. Those teams will have interesting choices as to whether they should attempt to retain their own free agents or let them leave.

Here is the most important Free Agent for all of the non-playoff teams. Those that have player or team options are not included. The age listed is how old they will be at the end of 2018.

Atlanta Hawks

  • Malcom Delaney, PG - Restricted (Age: 29)

Delaney has spent the past two seasons as Dennis Schroder’s main backup. He had nearly a 2.5:1 assist to turnover ratio in 2017-18 and shot 37.1 percent from deep.

Brooklyn Nets

  • Joe Harris, SG - Unrestricted (Age: 27)

The four-year veteran Harris is coming off a career season. He averaged 10.8 points and connected on 41.9 percent of his threes (good for 17th in the NBA). In his last seven outings, he scored 16.9 points per game on 62.7 percent field goal shooting.

Charlotte Hornets

  • Treveon Graham, SF - Restricted (Age: 25)

Graham was a nice rotational piece for the Hornets averaging 16.7 minutes in 62 games this season. He finished with four games of three or more made three-pointers.

Chicago Bulls

  • Zach LaVine, SG - Restricted (Age: 23)

LaVine played in just 24 games this season as he started on the shelf after tearing his ACL in February of 2017. He averaged 16.7 points but shot career-lows from the field and three-point territory. Getting back to full strength may allow him to be the valuable shooter who averaged 18.9 points in 2016-17 with the Timberwolves.

Dallas Mavericks

  • Nerlens Noel, C - Unrestricted (Age: 24)

Noel reportedly declined a four-year offer for $70 million last offseason and instead ended up signing for one year and barely over $4 million. He went through an injury-plagued year and was suspended the last five games. He’s still a player who has averaged 10 rebounds, 2.2 steals, and two blocks per 36 minutes in his career.

Denver Nuggets

Barton has mostly been utilized as a super sub for the Nuggets each of the last three seasons. In 223 games over that time (60 starts), he has averaged 14.6 points and 5.1 rebounds.

Detroit Pistons

  • Anthony Tolliver, PF - Unrestricted (Age: 33)

Tolliver has evolved into a solid offensive player and finished seventh in the league this season shooting 43.6 percent from downtown.

Los Angeles Clippers

  • Avery Bradley, SG - Unrestricted (Age: 28)

A First Team All-Defensive player in 2015-16, Bradley can provide lockdown defense with the best of them.

His injury-plagued season limited him to 46 games with the Pistons and Clippers, but he averaged 14.3 points and has averaged at least 13.9 each of the last five years.

Los Angeles Lakers

  • Julius Randle, PF - Restricted (Age: 24)

Randle played very well after the All-Star break averaging 19.5 points, 9.4 rebounds, and 3.2 assists in 25 games. It’s no secret that the Lakers have their eyes set on signing big-time stars so it will be interesting to see if they decide to match a large offer he could potentially get from another team.

Memphis Grizzlies

  • Tyreke Evans, SG - Unrestricted (Age: 29)

The Grizzlies had a miserable season, but the same can't be said for Evans. His 19.4 scoring average was his highest since he won Rookie of the Year in 2009-10. His 39.9 percent shooting on threes was the best of his nine seasons.

New York Knicks

  • Michael Beasley, PF - Unrestricted (Age: 29)

Coming off the bench in 44 of his 74 games, there were times that Beasley could not be stopped on offense. He averaged 13.2 points on 50.7 percent field goal shooting and had four games in which he scored 30+.

Orlando Magic

  • Aaron Gordon, PF - Restricted (Age: 23)

Gordon has skills that are rivaled by very few yet his team has had little to no success in his four seasons. He easily averaged career-highs last season in scoring (17.6) and rebounding (7.9). After making 44 percent of his treys in his first 21 games though, he took a steep drop down to 28.3 percent over his final 37 outings.

Phoenix Suns

  • Alex Len, C - Unrestricted (Age: 25)

Len has not lived up to the billing yet of being selected fifth overall in the draft as he was in 2013. He has shown he can be productive though as he has averaged 9.2 points, 8.2 rebounds, and 1.4 blocks in 140 career starts.

Sacramento Kings

  • Vince Carter, SF - Unrestricted (Age: 41)

Most of the Kings roster is signed for next season so there aren't many other options other than the 20-year veteran Carter. He averaged 17.7 minutes per game in 58 appearances with Sacramento this season averaging 5.4 points and 2.6 rebounds.