The summer of 2014 will be a huge one for the NBA with many of the game's top stars set to hit the free agent market.
With names like LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh, Dirk Nowitzki and others all potentially available, teams that have set themselves up for cap space may be handsomely rewarded.
One of these teams is the Cleveland Cavaliers. Having chosen to begin their rebuilding project through the draft and not free agency, the Cavs will have an estimated $29 million in cap space in 2014 according to hoopsworld.com.
While there is a chance LeBron James could sign a max contract in a return to Cleveland, this situation isn't likely and not something the Cavs should be banking on.
There are plenty of other attractive free agents available that would want to play with Kyrie Irving and crew, and here are the top targets the Cavs should pursue.