BOSTON ( TheStreet) -- LeBron James, Carlos Boozer and David Lee are just a few of the many NBA stars who have entered the free agency market, giving this season the most impressive free-agent classes in history. As the 2010-11 basketball season trades and transactions get underway, TheStreet takes a look ten of the NBA's biggest names in the free agent class and what deals have already been inked.
LeBron James has dominated headlines this summer, and Thursday night he grabbed the biggest headline of the offseason, announcing that he was signing with the Miami Heat, where he will team with Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh on a team that instantly becomes the odds-on favorite to win the NBA Title in 2011. James was drafted by the Cavaliers as the first pick in the 2003 NBA Draft and has spent his entire career in Cleveland, earning two MVP trophies in the process but no championship title. James was owed $17.2 million for the 2010-11 season before he chose to opt out of his contract.
Osama Bin Laden wanted to kill U.S. President Barack Obama as part of a plot to disrupt the 2012 presidential elections, according to a journal taken from the compound in which the al Qaeda leader was killed.