By Nick Ashooh
It's been a quiet offseason huh? Yeah, not quite.
LeBron James is a Laker, Kawhi Leonard is a Raptor, and Dwight Howard again held up a new jersey in the summer, this time in Washington.
Oh, and the Warriors added a fifth All-Star.
This is the NBA offseason. A reality show rivaled by no others, even the 67 different versions of The Bachelor or Real Housewives.
We get drama, rumors, and #NBATwitter keeping the league relevant at a level that makes even the NFL jealous.
Can you imagine what it would be like for a person that spent the last two years asleep to wake up to what the NBA looks like today?
That would also be a really long nap, but you get the idea.
With the major moves done now (we think), we have a better idea as to where teams stack up heading into the 2018-2019 NBA season.
Who had the biggest jump?
Who looks like they're in for a long year of losing?
Who's the next to "process" their way back to the top?
Behold, all of those answers lie right here: