The summer of 2010 was predicted to be the craziest free-agent market in history.
And between all of the rumors, the millions of dollars being thrown around, and Chris Bosh's continuous Twitter updates, let's just say it hasn't disappointed us yet.
LeBron James has turned the city of Cleveland into a Trade Show, requiring potential suitors to come to his city to persuade him to leave.
Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh have been taking turns snapping photos of each other while they take visits to Chicago, New York, New Jersey, and Miami together.
With July 8th marking the official first day that players can sign with their teams, the next two days will probably be the craziest in terms of rumors and news that we have seen since free agency officially began.
With that said, there are 10 teams that have the potential to change more than any team in the NBA.
Some have the money, some have the trade assets, while others are just hoping to cling onto their stars.
The next couple days of free agency have the potential to shake-up the power structure in the NBA for the next six to seven seasons, so let's take a look at my top 10 teams who will change the most this offseason.
As usual, sit back, relax, and don't forget to comment!