You know that NBA free agency has just about run its course for the summer when Brandon Jennings and Gerald Henderson are the biggest names left on the market.
That is, unless you count Nikola Pekovic, who apparently has been sitting on a four-year, $50 million offer from the Minnesota Timberwolves since the end of the league's annual moratorium.
You get the point—we're just about done with major signings for the 2013 offseason. Dwight Howard and Chris Paul have long since signed their lives away, as has nearly every other free agent of note. Once the Las Vegas Summer League comes to a close, hoops heads will be left to suffer through two-and-a-half months without any action of note from the Association.
Unless, of course, a major trade breaks, in which case they'll have something to devour for a few days. For the time being, let's have a look at how this year's basketball hot stove has reshaped the running for the Larry O'Brien Trophy in 2014.