A look at who came out ahead, and who fell flat in free agency and trades this summer in the NBA, starring, of course, the Cleveland Cavaliers.
San Antonio Spurs' forward Matt Bonner took the Larry O'Brien trophy home to New Hampshire for a nice tour.
Dwyane Wade re-signed with the Miami Heat on a two-year deal, and has a no-trade clause included in it.
Matt Bonner is staying in San Antonio.
Dirk Nowitzki stays in Dallas, Sebastian Telfair is back in the NBA, Darren Collison is a King, and Thabo Sefolosha goes to Atlanta. Also, Chris Kaman has a new home.
Veteran forward weighing options from contending teams for less money or lesser teams for more money.
Spurs legend tells Dave that Popovich is pressuring him to coach, but he may just walk away after.
See, because it's a play on word and also manages to be high and mighty about the Spurs as an organization after LeBron opts out.
Future Hall of Famer elects to play out the last year of his deal in the face of an option to enter free agency.
The Spurs weren't elevating their legacies or raising their brands. They just worked hard to win a title and were able to savor that moment.

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