Even after roughly $1.5 billion in new contracts were hammered out during the first two weeks of free agency, there is still plenty of shopping for NBA teams to do over the coming weeks.
Most of it will be for bargains.
The biggest deals of NBA summer — like Chris Paul, Paul George and LeBron James getting contracts that will pay them a combined $450 million over the next four years — are almost certainly all done. A blockbuster trade involving San Antonio's Kawhi Leonard can obviously still happen, and at some point Carmelo Anthony's exit from Oklahoma City to a new home, mostly likely Houston, will get finalized.
But most teams have exhausted their salary...