Biggest NBA Free Agency signings that could have happened

These Free Agency moves were so close to happening and drastically changing the NBA landscape

Carlos Boozer stays with the Cavs (2004)

During his sophomore year with the Cavaliers, Carlos Boozer averaged a double double despite being paid the salary of a second round pick. The Cavs management decided to let him out of his rookie contract early to give him a raise, but then came the Utah Jazz with a bigger offer that Cleveland couldn’t match because of cap space.

Had he stayed with the Cavs, him and LeBron could have done great things together. Maybe it’s bit of a stretch to say they could’ve won titles together, but Boozer’s presence might have influenced the Decision in 2010.