Thunder

Last year, the Thunder’s only great player was Russell Westbrook. They somehow still were the 6th seed in a stacked western conference. With the addition of Paul George to their team, they now possibly have one of the best duos in the league. And they only had to give up a role player (Victor Oladipo) and a bench warmer (Domantas Sabonis).

The Thunder are now well built for next season. They have defensive players such as Paul George and Steven Adams, and they have one of the best scorers in Russell Westbrook. He averaged an amazing 31.6 points per game last season. They have Enes Kanter, an amazing player coming off the bench for them. He has amazing offense and defense in the paint. The Thunder were big winners this off-season.

[Contribution by @bb2kballers.janthony]

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Celtics

The Celtics’ off-season went exactly planned. They were able to sign Gordon Hayward in free agency, drafted young talent in Jayson Tatum with the third pick, and got a possible top 5 pick next year. To build this amazing new team, they had a bunch of trades and FA signings. Which included having to trade Avery Bradley to clear cap space to sign Hayward.

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Now, they are huge title contenders and have a big chance at beating the Cavaliers. Their starting 5 will most likely be Isaiah Thomas at PG, Jaylen Brown at SG, Gordon Hayward at SF, Marcus Morris at PF, and Al Horford at C. They also have an amazing bench with Jayson Tatum, Marcus Smart, Jae Crowder and many more. The Celtics were big winners off-season.

 

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