The NBA buyout market has become a key aspect of every season in recent years, but that has not been the case this season. Following the trade deadline, not many big names players were released or bought out of their contracts, leading to a very uneventful buyout market.
Goran Dragic getting bought out by the Spurs and signing with the Nets, as well as Tristan Thompson being waived by the Pacers and signing with the Bulls were both two big moves made involving key veterans, but talents such as Gary Harris, John Wall, Eric Bledsoe and others remain with their current teams.
March 1 is the final day that a player can be waived and still be playoff-eligible this season, which is why we are leading up to the final hours of the 2022 NBA Buyout Market.
On Saturday, Tomas Satoransky was bought out by the Spurs and signed with the Wizards, but not many other intriguing moves have been made.
Should we expect any big changes within the next 24 hours that could have major implications on the playoffs?
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There are still a dozen or so veterans that could reach a last-minute buyout agreement with their current teams, but here are some key names to keep an eye on that could get bought out either ahead of the March 1 deadline or in the offseason.