This offseason has been intriguing in many different ways, even with a less than prolific free-agent market.
Chris Paul was traded to the Lakers, then that deal was vetoed by commissioner David Stern and all of the players involved were returned to their previous teams. Then, Portland Trail Blazers' shooting guard Brandon Roy announced his retirement to the shock of the country.
The Detroit Pistons bought out the face of their franchise for nearly a decade, Richard Hamilton. David West was basically signed by the Celtics, and then ended up signing with the Indiana Pacers. And of course, Dwight Howard asked to be traded to the New Jersey Nets.
But that is not nearly it for this extremely shortened post-lockout player movement period. There are still plenty of marquee NBA players that have yet to sign with a team for this upcoming season, and one of those players is shooting guard Jamal Crawford, who was most recently with the Atlanta Hawks.
Crawford has nearly unlimited range and is one of the most coveted free agents still on the market, with a bunch of teams vying for his services. Let's take a look at which of those teams could use Crawford the most: