NBA veterans left out in the cold

Monday is media day for 23 teams in the NBA, but there are lots of familiar names who will miss out on the festivities.

ESPN.com has compiled a handy list if you're curious: 32 players who ended last season on an NBA roster and have yet to find a new team.

The 32 players in question -- headlined by big man Jason Collins, three-time All-Star Richard Hamilton and two-time NBA champion Lamar Odom -- are included here because they've neither signed with a team overseas nor announced their retirement.

Atlanta: DeShawn Stevenson (waived)

Boston: Shavlik Randolph (waived), Chris Wilcox, Terrence Williams (waived)

Brooklyn: Jerry Stackshouse

Charlotte: DeSagana Diop, Tyrus Thomas (amnesty)

Chicago: Daequan Cook, Richard Hamilton (waived), Vladimir Radmanovic, Malcolm Thomas (waived)

Cleveland: Daniel Gibson, Kevin Jones (waived), Chris Quinn (waived), Luke Walton

Dallas: Rodrigue Beaubois

L.A. Clippers: Lamar Odom

L.A. Lakers: Chris Duhon (waived)

Memphis: Keyon Dooling

Milwaukee: Marquis Daniels, Drew Gooden (amnesty), Joel Przybilla

Oklahoma City: DeAndre Liggins (waived)

Portland: Terrel Harris (waived), Sasha Pavlovic (waived)

Toronto: Mickael Pietrus, Quentin Richardson (waived), Sebastian Telfair

Utah: Jamaal Tinsley

Washington: Leandro Barbosa, Jason Collins, Cartier Martin