On which elite team helped itself the most with its recent free-agent signings:
Everyone got an impact player. For Cleveland, Joe Smith can pick-and-pop and do the dirty work inside. Drew Gooden gives San Antonio a low-post threat when Tim Duncan is out of the game. But the real winner is Boston. Stephon Marbury (above) is a bona fide point guard, which the Celtics desperately needed. If something happens to Rajon Rondo, Steph can step in, plus he gives them points off the bench—outside of Eddie House, their second unit didn't have a scorer. And while Mikki Moore was atrocious in Sacramento, in Boston he'll be an energy guy who can contest shots, which backup big men Leon Powe and Glen Davis do not do.