Which NBA teams changed the most in the off-season?

Which NBA teams changed the most in the off-season?
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It is not long until the 2022/23 NBA season gets underway and there has been plenty of business going on in the off-season.

Being able to tell which teams will be most effective in their trades and who is most likely to win now is a never-ending debate.

That’s why, for the ranking, we have used Dunks and Threes’ data and their win estimates for this season.

There are three teams that look like they will be showing the most improvement and they are the Los Angeles Clippersthe Denver Nuggets and the New Orleans Pelicans.

But which teams have changed the most during the off-season?

1. Portland Trail Blazers

In: Jerami Grant, Gary Payton II, Shaedon Sharpe and Jabari Walker

Out: Joe Ingles and Eric Bledsoe

Grant is one of the players that fans are most excited about. After spending two years as an alpha scorer with the Detroit Pistonswhere he averaged 20.9 points on 16.1 shots per game.

2. Boston Celtics

In: Malcolm Brogdon, Danilo Gallinari, JD Davison and Mfiondu Kabengele

Out: Aaron Nesmith, Nik Stauskas, Daniel Theis, Juwan Morgan and Malik Fitts

Danilo Gallinaridespite being 34 years old, has been an excellent role player throughout his career.

3. Atlanta Hawks

In: Dejounte Murray, Frank Kaminsky, Maurice Harkless, Aaron Holiday, Justin Holiday, AJ Griffin and Tyrese Martin

Out: Danilo Gallinari, Kevin Huerter, Delon Wright, Gorgui Dieng and Sharife Cooper

Atlanta Hawks have decided to go with Dejonte Murray to partner Tray Young as the team’s two outside lineups.

4. Philadelphia 76ers

In: De’Anthony Melton, PJ Tucker, Danuel House Jr., Trevelin Queen and Julian Champagnie

Out: Danny Green and DeAndre Jordan

Despite not making many changes, or bringing in any stars, the 76ers have bolstered the team with just enough to be more of a contender than they were last year.

5. Minnesota Timberwolves

In: Rudy Gobert, Kyle Anderson, Austin Rivers, Bryn Forbes, Wendell Moore Jr., Josh Minott and AJ Lawson

Out: Jarred Vanderbilt, Patrick Beverley, Malik Beasley, Josh Okogie, Walker Kessler and Leandro Bolmaro

If one thing is for sure, the Timberwolves will have a very tough defense to beat and will play a slow game with slow transitions.


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