Every offseason, we watch NBA players switch jerseys, and while not all moves wind up being monumental difference-makers, a select few should prove to benefit those involved at an extremely high level as it pertains to 2014 free agents.
This offseason, we all know where the most important signing can be found. LeBron James chose to take his talents home, and since then we've watched the Cleveland Cavaliers become legitimate contenders after failing to miss the playoffs the past four seasons.
Will all teams experience that kind of turnaround? Not a chance. But with a a select few making solid acquisitions (as well as a few crucial re-signings), we have a good idea as to which free-agent moves will pay dividends in 2014-15 and beyond.