This summer's edition of NBA Free Agency has been extremely eventful.
Many teams were quick to re-sign their star players; Deron Williams re-signed with the Nets instead of joining the Mavericks, and Kevin Garnett will be back in Boston at age 36.
However, several perennial All-Stars will play elsewhere this upcoming season; two-time MVP Steve Nash is now a member of the Los Angeles Lakers, and the NBA's all-time leader in three-pointers, Ray Allen, has joined the Miami Heat.
When it's all said and done, free agency is usually "won" by teams who made quiet additions that may have been overshadowed by highly publicized signings.
Ryan Anderson, last year's most improved player, was acquired by New Orleans in a sign-and-trade deal, and he'll be expected to play an important role for the the Hornets next season. Versatile forward Ersan Ilyasova, last year's runner-up for most improved player, surprised many by resigning with Milwaukee, and the Bucks will hope he's enough to make them a serious threat in the Eastern Conference—something they haven't been in recent years.
While the majority of the "big name" free agents are now off the board and under contract, there are certainly some talented players still available. Let's put the top ten remaining free agents under the microscope for a closer look.