1. LeBron James
Early Termination Option / Small Forward / 6-8 / Team: Miami27.1 ppg, 6.9 rpg
The four-time MVP and two-time NBA champion is already one of the top players of all time. His decision can potentially alter the landscape of the NBA. Would make a contender out of any NBA team.
Player Option / Small Forward / 6-8 / Team: New York27.4 ppg, 8.1 rpg
With some years left in his prime, Melo will draw massive attention should he decide to leave New York – which is looking like a feasible scenario with the way things have gone at the Big Apple.
Has been a great No. 3 guy for the Heat so far. The weakest link in Miami's Big Three, though.
Unrestricted / Power Forward / 7-0 / Team: Dallas21.7 ppg, 6.2 rpg
Back at an All-Star level after a so-so season for his standards.
5. Tim Duncan
Player Option / Power Forward / 6-11 / Team: San Antonio15.1 ppg, 9.7 rpg
Wheels have to fall off at some point, but he just keeps getting it done. Will retire a Spur.
6. Dwyane Wade
Early Termination Option / Shooting Guard / 6-4 / Team: Miami19.0 ppg, 4.7 apg
Could become a free agent technically, but we pretty much know he's off limits for any team outside Miami. Star player if health permits.
7. Kyle Lowry
Unrestricted / Point Guard / 6-0 / Team: Toronto17.9 ppg, 7.4 apg
Gritty and aggressive point guard that should have been an All-Star this season. The best player in Toronto. Re-signing him will not come cheap for the Raptors.
8. Eric Bledsoe
Restricted / Point Guard / 6-1 / Team: Phoenix17.7 ppg, 5.5 apg
Lived up to his Mini LeBron reputation in Phoenix. Put up numbers and won in a contract year. Durability a concern, though.
Cavs may have given away a bunch of draft picks for nothing. Cleveland proved to be a terrible fit for Deng, who could be looking to sign with a contender now.
Has quietly become one of the top centers in the NBA, but we saw little or no progress this season.
Lakers will pretty much start from scratch this summer and we'll have to see if Gasol figures on the team's plans – or the other way around.