The reason for the presence of all the small forwards on that list becomes obvious when you look at the Wizards current starting lineup. At the moment, they are starting point guard Kirk Hinrich at the small forward spot, Kurt serving as the physical manifestation of Don Nelson's Acie Law-inspired pipe dream of having a 6'3 small forward. This won't work long term, and nor will it work short term - anyone who remembers the results of Scott Skiles trying the same thing with Hinrich back in 2007 will attest to this as being the truth.
Like many teams, Memphis are mostly set. With Xavier Henry and Greivis Vasquez finally signed, Memphis entered camp with 14 players under contract, 13 of which are guaranteed. The only one that isn't is that of third string point guard Acie Law, who has $500,000 of $885,120 guaranteed.
Acie Law - Acie Law has played two good games in his NBA career. One of them was this one in March, and one of them was the following night. That's been it, though; in three years, Law hasn't shown much half court ability at all. And yes I know he should be on the small forward list.
[Anthony] Morrow is to be a free agent this summer. There's no getting around that, because he is not eligible for an extension. He has played only two years in the league, and teams can make players with three years or less experience into restricted free agents, whether they like it or not, by extending a qualifying offer. [...] The exception to this rule, the only exception, is players who were on a first round rookie scale contract, who had an option year declined. This means that players like Acie Law, Joe Alexander and Ian Mahinmi will not and cannot be restricted free agents this summer. They can also never be restricted free agents ever again, so even if Alexander (a two year veteran) were to sign a one year deal somewhere this summer, meaning that he would be only a three year veteran during his second free agency stint in the summer of 2011, he cannot be made into a restricted free agent then either. This is what happened to Shannon Brown last year.
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