The NBA's 2014 free-agent class has the potential to reshape the foundation of the league for years to come.
If LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh and Carmelo Anthony all opt out of their contracts, they'll join a star-studded market that will include Dirk Nowitzki, Lance Stephenson, Eric Bledsoe, Greg Monroe and Gordon Hayward, among others.
Teams with gobs of projected cap space, such as the Utah Jazz, Los Angeles Lakers and Charlotte Bobcats, should be licking their chops accordingly. It's not every year that multiple seven-time All-Stars hit the market all at once.
Here, with projected salary-cap space, team needs, potential fit and draft considerations in mind, let's take a look at one 2014 free agent that each NBA team should already be keeping an eye on. This does not include each team's own free agents and only includes each player one time.
Note: Cap-space estimations are based on a projected 2014-15 salary cap of $62.9 million, per ESPN.com's Larry Coon, and a projected luxury-tax line of $76.7 million. The actual cap figure and luxury-tax line will not be set until July 10.