NBA: How the 6 best free agents/buyout candidates can help their new teams

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Looking at the NBA buyout market, how will each of these six players help their respective teams for the rest of the 2019-20 season?

Every NBA season, around mid-to-late February, there tends to be a handful of NBA players that hit the buyout market.

Some players are waived, while others mutually agree to part ways with their organization (to give other players the necessary playing time, join a contender, or due to a questionable fit), but one of the many things that are inevitable in the field of sports are overachievers.

It might come with an untalented team on paper, through the draft, the free-agent pool, or even a player playing overseas. Regardless, the process always revolves around spontaneity; no one really knows when or if the outcome will ever take place.

So far for the 2019-20 season, there have been a handful of players who have either been rumored to agree to a buyout or have recently signed with a new team. Examining six of those candidates and their skill sets, here is how they will be able to help their new teams.