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NBA: 5 Buyout Losers Who Have Yet To Be Signed

NBA: 5 Buyout Losers Who Have Yet To Be Signed

5 Buy Out Losers That Have Yet To Be Signed
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A month after the NBA's buyout season, lets examine all of the buyout losers who still remain unsigned.

5. Ronnie Brewer

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5. Ronnie Brewer

Houston Rockets Ronnie Brewer
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Although he was a defensive specialist with the Utah Jazz and Chicago Bulls, Ronnie Brewer has found NBA life difficult since leaving the Windy City. After quick stops with the New York Knicks and Oklahoma City Thunder, Brewer thought he finally found a home with the Houston Rockets. But after being out of the rotation, Brewer was bought out by the team and remains unsigned.

4. Roger Mason Jr.

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4. Roger Mason Jr.

Miami Heat Roger Mason
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With the Miami Heat's recent acquisition of guard Toney Douglas, the services of Roger Mason Jr. were no longer needed. There was some speculation that the Chicago Bulls would sign him, but when they signed former Sacramento King Jimmer Fredette, Mason Jr. was left unemployed.

3. Antawn Jamison

Los Angeles Clippers Antawn Jamison
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3. Antawn Jamison

Los Angeles Clippers Antawn Jamison
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In the twilight of his career, playing for a championship contender like the Los Angeles Clippers seemed like a dream for Antawn Jamison. But after being traded to the Atlanta Hawks right before the trade deadline, the 15-year veteran was quickly released. With so many miles on his body, it's tough to say that Jamison will ever play in the NBA again.

2. Metta World Peace

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2. Metta World Peace

New York Knicks Metta World Peace
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Metta World Peace made no secret about wanting to play for his hometown New York Knicks when he signed there last summer. But with the Knicks' season being a disaster, World Peace wanted to move on and play for a contender. There were talks of him going to the San Antonio Spurs, but that never happened for the unsigned veteran.

1. Ben Gordon

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1. Ben Gordon

Charlotte Bobcats Ben Gordon
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After being in head coach Steve Clifford's doghouse all season, Ben Gordon finally got his wish and was bought out by the Charlotte Bobcats on March 2 — one day after the deadline for him to be eligible for the playoffs. Needless to say, none of the potential playoff teams had any need for the once-sharpshooting Gordon.

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