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Boykins is an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season. He will draw some attention, seeing as how he has become a solid contributor as the backup point guard, sparking the team to several victories, including a win over the Lakers in L.A.
Kirilenko has the second-best shooting percentage in the league and has improved in every category from last season. He leads the team in blocks and is helping take some of the load off Karl Malone and John Stockton.
The Sonics' swingman is among the league's highest scoring non-starters and ranks fourth on the Sonics in minutes played (33.4). Mason's stock for Sixth Man rises with every SportsCenter highlight.
Redd is the leading scorer in the National Basketball Association among players who have started fewer than half of their teams' games. Backing up Ray Allen at shooting guard, Redd's hot hand behind the arc has kept the Bucks in games and in the middle of the standings.
While Rick Carlisle plays musical starting lineups, Williamson remains the Pistons' constant off the bench. The reigning Sixth Man of the Year, Williamson has shook off the double teams and continued to put points on the board.