While last years NBA off-season was fuddled up by that whole lockout thing, this year's break should take a more traditional path.
A few important dates to keep in mind:
July 1st- Teams may begin negotiating with free agents.
July 11th- Teams may officially sign sign free agent players to contracts.
With a salary cap set at $58 million, many teams will have to get creative with free agent signings, many having to rely on the $5 million mid-level exception or the $3 million mini mid-level exception for those who were so far above the cap that they had to pay a luxury tax last season.
With names like Deron Williams, Steve Nash, Roy Hibbert, Kevin Garnett, Eric Gordon and Ray Allen all potentially switching team, this years off-season carries plenty of intrigue.
While some teams have the cap room to go out and attempt to land a star, others may be best suited to simply resign their own free agents.
Whatever the circumstance, here is one ideal free agent signing for every NBA team.