We cover a full 1/6 of the league’s offseasons. First up, Golden State with one of the weirdest offseasons in recent memory. We go through all the scenarios, including keeping Kevin Durant, losing Kevin Durant, sign-and-trading him, and then how to keep their remaining players and build around their two remaining healthy stars.
Then, Toronto. What do their options look like with the three main variables of Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green’s free agencies and Marc Gasol’s player option? We look at what the plan could be depending on whether Kawhi stays or not.
Houston has been a subject of major turmoil, so we assess whether it makes sense to move one of their five core pieces or try to solidify around them for a run in a wide-open West.
Then some news, as we hit on the Bucks/Pistons trade of the number 30 pick and Tony Snell for Jon Leuer among other items.
The Wizards have about $30 million to work with below the tax, but only have 6 healthy players for next year so far. How can they fill out the rest of their roster?
Finally, we look at Atlanta’s options for their remaining $14m in cap space after their bevy of moves already this offseason.