We are now fully under way in the 2010-11 NBA season and if you're anything like me, you've been feeling like a kid at the candy store.
As you already know, this past offseason came with many major changes in personnel and players. The question is, have those changes made any improvement?
Joe Johnson received a six-year, $119 million contract from the Hawks, LeBron James and Chris Bosh went to Miami, Amar'e Stoudemire went to the Big Apple, and Carlos Boozer went to the Bulls, but who is showing signs of living up to their high expectations?
In this article, I will be breaking down each big-time free agent/re-signed player in the league and whether they're performing at the level they need so far. I know it is only a couple weeks into the season, but these players will constantly be the center of attention around the league, for obvious reasons.
With that, here are 11 big-time free agent/re-signed players and an analysis on their performance and how much they can help their teams down the road.