Sean Deveney at The Sporting News says that the Lakers have interest in Kurt Thomas, so I'll update the list below. He also says that the Hornets, Cavs, and Lakers are all Posey suitors along with the Celtics, but so far, none of them have been willing to bite on Posey's request for a four-year deal. This is smart on the part of all four teams, because Posey is 31 years old already, as I've mentioned before. Having him around at 34 and 35 isn't going to make anyone happy.
The Globe, meanwhile has Washington and Detroit in the running with Charlotte, Cleveland, and Boston, but doesn't mention L.A.
Ronny Turiaf -- four years, $17 million, front-loaded, Golden State (Lakers can match, but shouldn't)
James Posey -- Celtics, Lakers, Cavs, Hornets, Wizards, Pistons?
DJ Mbenga -- waiting for the phone to ring, I'm sure
Corey Maggette -- five years, $50 million, Golden State
Sun Yue -- Kupchak wants to bring him over, but no word yet on a deal
Kurt Thomas -- Spurs are his first choice? Lakers?
Brent Barry -- two years, $3.9 million, Houston
Craig Smith -- qualifying offer extended by Minnesota
Carl Landry -- qualifying offer extended by Houston
Walter Herrmann -- big European money on the table?
Randolph Morris -- not welcome back in New York?
Kwame Brown -- Bucks, Heat apparently interested
Eduardo Najera -- undisclosed deal with the Nets
Juwan Howard -- ?
Robert Horry -- not retiring; Spurs or Rockets?
Francisco Elson -- not going back to Seattle; Miami?
Theo Ratliff -- back to Detroit?
Adonal Foyle -- back to Orlando?
Quinton Ross -- with Brand gone, maybe the Clippers bring him back, but everyone is interested, including Phoenix, Orlando, New Jersey?
Bostjan Nachbar -- Detroit? With the Nets adding Najera and Jarvis Hayes, does that mean no room for Nachbar?
Dorell Wright -- qualifying offer from Miami
Sasha Vujacic -- qualifying offer from the Lakers
Patrick O'Bryant -- two years, $3 million, Celtics
David Harrison -- Denver?
Chris Andersen -- probably not Boston after signing O'Bryant; Cleveland?