NBA free agency has been one of the wildest experiences in recent memory. While this free-agent class was nowhere near as stacked as it has been in the past, there have been a lot of big names that have either secured big deals or moved teams. Players like Chris Paul, Carmelo Anthony, Lonzo Ball, and so many more have made moves that have changed the complexion of the NBA world. 

Even smaller name players like Alex Caruso, Malik Monk, and Kendrick Nunn have made big moves during this time. But a lot of players are still left in the market and haven't signed a new deal as of yet. Most of these players are probably still ironing out the details of their deals or weighing up offers from different teams. But some players are noticing that there isn't too much of a market for them, and are struggling to get a good deal for themselves.

Two of these players are Lauri Markkanen and Kelly Oubre Jr. Lauri Markkanen last played for the Chicago Bulls, whereas Oubre Jr. last played for the Golden State Warriors. Both players had an underwhelming season with their respective franchises and didn't do enough to garner interest from the rest of the league.