The Cavs haven't done anything wrong this offfseason.
They gave a masterclass in how to sign a high-risk, high-reward free agent by inking Andrew Bynum to a $24 million contract with only $6 million guaranteed, and they also landed Jarrett Jack to help provide backcourt depth.
Playoffs, meet Cleveland.
Golden State Warriors
When you get rid of all your expendable expiring contracts and then turn the resultant cap space into an All-Star swingman who complements the rest of the roster perfectly, you're in good shape.
Other than Andre Iguodala, Jermaine O'Neal, Marreese Speights and Toney Douglas have been valuable signings as well.
The Pacers didn't just re-sign David West, although he was certainly the summer's main priority.
They also added depth by acquiring Chris Copeland and C.J. Watson, setting them up for another run at dethroning the Miami Heat. Speaking of...
Miami has the luxury of not needing to make many moves. The Heat brought back Mario Chalmers, Chris Andersen and Ray Allen, but they haven't added any new players.
When you have LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and a deep roster, you don't need to.
While avoiding the temptation of splurging for a big name who would inevitably hinder the rebuilding process in the desert, the Suns picked up a new franchise player.
By trading away Jared Dudley, Phoenix landed Eric Bledsoe, who will inevitably take over Goran Dragic's role as the starting point guard.
Portland Trail Blazers
Rip City added depth across the board through free agency and the draft, but the Blazers also managed to work their way into the Tyreke Evans sign-and-trade. That allowed them to get Robin Lopez, who will presumably start at center until Meyers Leonard is ready to take on more responsibility.
Consider the main goals of the offseason met.
Rudy Gay was the big move last season, and the Raptors just needed to be patient during the hottest months of the year.
They did so, acquiring Tyler Hansbrough to provide frontcourt depth and getting rid of Andrea Bargnani for dimes on the nickel.
Washington is now firmly poised to make a playoff run after retaining all their important players. Trevor Ariza, Emeka Okafor and Martell Webster will all be back to help out the young players.
While holding the roster together, the Wizards also kept enough financial flexibility that they can complete the necessary extensions during the season.