The chaotic free agency period has completely changed the NBA.
Seven star players changed teams, plus several other big-name free agents, altering the league landscape.
With the dust mostly settled, here’s our power ranking of where each NBA team stands after a wild offseason.
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The NBA season ended less than a month ago and already the league has changed.
After a massive free agency — perhaps the biggest ever — the entire league has had a shake-up. Kawhi Leonard, Paul George, Anthony Davis, Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant, Jimmy Butler, and Kemba Walker are just a few of the big-name players to change teams. Their moves have altered numerous franchises and the landscape of the NBA.
Though a few minor moves are still being sorted out in the league and we’re months away from the 2019-20 season, we ranked the NBA teams now that the dust has mostly settled.
Here’s where all 30 NBA teams stand after a hectic offseason.
30. Charlotte Hornets
2018-19 record: 39-43, 9th in East
Biggest offseason additions: Terry Rozier (G), P.J. Washington* (F)
Biggest offseason losses: Kemba Walker (G), Jeremy Lamb (G/F), Tony Parker (G), Frank Kaminsky (F/C)
Championship odds: 1000/1
What to know: The Hornets let their two …read more
Source:: Businessinsider – Sports