Our culture glorifies immediacy, and nothing spells quick turnaround more than free agency.
There are a number of teams with cap space heading into the summer and an even more select number that will rely on striking it rich with a top-tier talent.
This season’s free-agent inventory is led by Chris Paul and Dwight Howard. Paul is expected to re-sign with the Los Angeles Clippers, while Howard’s decision-making is anyone’s guess. A secondary tier of free agents include Josh Smith, Al Jefferson, Andre Iguodala and the seven-foot question mark of Andrew Bynum.
This year’s luxury tax line is expected to be set at approximately $72 million. With money to spend and big-name players available, which teams are the biggest players?
All salary information was found through Spotrac.com.