It's been quiet on the NBA free agency forefront.
A little too quiet if you ask me. Even with so many role players left to be signed, many teams have already spent up to their cap in order to invest in upper-tier players. It's all due to the new dynamic of creating a team where three players handle the majority of the load, and the rest of the team does all the little things to make it come together.
Because of that, some above-average role players are being left out due to their asking price. They're not quite superstars, but they are still better than any average role player, which makes them the odd-men out. They're without a home because the money is drying up and rosters are becoming filled with players that were either affordable or willing to take paycuts.
Outside of a few trades conducted by the Sacramento Kings this Tuesday, it's been pretty quiet. Dwight Howard is settling back into Orlando, the New York Knicks appear ready to give up on the Jeremy Lin show and teams are beginning to introduce their latest acquisitions to the public.
I'm not a gambling man, but I've created odds for each team on their chances of winning a championship based on each team's additions and losses this 2012 offseason.