If we still want to sign another big, we may be running out of options. Not that we were gunning for any of these guys, but Mikki Moore just signed with Sacramento and Magloire is supposedly signing a deal with the Nets. Joe Smith just signed with the Bulls.
Verejao appears to be resigning with the Cavs, only because no other team has more than the MLE to resign him.
There aren't many other bigs left beyond a few aging vets (Kelvin Cato, Mutombo) and question marks like Chris Mihm.
Mihm actually might be an o.k. option if we could sign him to a short contract on the cheap. He was hurt all last year, but when he's healthy he can get some boards and block a couple of shots. He can also score a little. My guess is, if he signs a short, cheap contract, he does it with a team like the Suns, who have been looking at him. Still, if he runs out of options, it might not be a bad idea to get him cheap and run him with a chip on his shoulder.
Another idea would be to sign Mihm and then trade Mihm and Harrington to Phoenix for Kurt Thomas. Since we're under the cap, I think we can absorb the other half of his contract. We could also ask Phoenix kindly for one of next year's draft picks. Kurt Thomas might more of an investment than we want for a guy his age, but he would allow our young bigs more time to develop and give us a consistent rebounder at the 4 or 5 to pair with Okafor.
Another guy that might be fun is a dirt cheap contract on Jake Tsakalidis. If nothing else, it brings interesting symmetry to he and Knight's career.
Who else? What do you think?