Which NBA Title Contender Made the Biggest Offseason Splash?

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Which NBA Title Contender Made the Biggest Offseason Splash?
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Not every contender made a lot of noise this summer.

The San Antonio Spurs were more than content to hold on to Tim Duncan while re-signing young talents Danny Green and Patty Mills. After a 50-16 regular-season record that culminated in a six-game Western Conference Finals throwdown, you can understand R.C. Buford's willingness to stand pat.

Meanwhile, the Spurs' opposition in the Conference Finals similarly elected to stay quiet this offseason. Oklahoma City Thunder general manager Sam Presti added first-round draft pick Perry Jones III to his young core, betting on its ability to build upon a formula that clearly worked.

Other title hopefuls showed far less patience.

Here's a look at which of those busy offseason shoppers took the biggest step forward.

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