In the summer of 2010, three of the most sought-after NBA players in the league, LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, all decided to buddy up and band together in Miami, thereby altering the course of NBA history.
This summer is the best free-agent class since then, and there are several potential tandems who could chum up and have a huge impact on the NBA power structure. There are a few teams who could afford to sign them, too, based on cap space.
For all we know, these pairs of players are texting back and forth about where they could team up this summer.
For the purpose of this article, a free agent is a player who has a reasonable chance of changing teams this summer. For restricted free agents, if there is no question the team intends to extend them or pick up a team option, they aren't considered.
In all of these cases they're not hard-line predictions, and with some duplicate players that would be impossible. They are ranked in the order of likelihood of happening.