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    What teams are winners and losers this offseason?

    So, just a simple question.. What teams are winners and losers so far this offseason?

    Winners:
    Cleveland (obvious reasons)
    Mavericks
    Hornets
    Wizards
    Bulls (McBuckets) and a quality signing -Pau Gasol

    Losers:
    Rockets

    Please share your winners and losers thus far here.

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    I'd add Miami as a loser as well. They salvaged pretty well, but they lost LeBron.
    Go Knicks!

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    What teams are winners and losers this offseason?

    Your missing the bulls biggest addition - niko mirotic

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    What teams are winners and losers this offseason?

    Pacers losers. Miami losers.

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    I wanted to add Miami, but I would cause a major disturbance amongst heat "fans" in this forum... but on the other hand I think half of the heat "fans" are Cavs fans now so..

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    *counting draft and trades
    So far ( this is not over)

    +Knicks,Sixers,Magic,Hornets,Bulls,Bucks,Cavs,Jazz ,Mavs
    -Nets,Heat,Pistons*,Pacers,Lakers,thunder,Rockets
    =Raptors,Celtics,Wizards,Hawks,CLippers,Suns,Kings ,Warriors,Wolves,Nuggets,Trailblazers,Spurs,Grizzl ies, Pelicans


    *if Monroe walks.

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    Lakers are losers as well. So far our only bright spot of the off season is Julius randle and maybe Clarkson. Other than that we over paid Jordan hill. Lost pau. Missed out on every big free agent (melo, Stephenson, Thomas, Parsons, etc) I will say signing Nick Young for only 5 mil a year isn't bad. Just to many years I believe. And we lost Farmar to the clippers


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    You can call Miami losers because of the loss of LBJ even though that would apply to any team that lost the best player in the game today. I'd say they rebounded alright from it. Of course we won't really be able to say how big of a loss it was until the season starts.


    All of a sudden all 8 of these teams are supposed to be better than the Heat according to this guy. LeBron is a void but him leaving does not make the Heat fall out of the playoff race in the east smh

    Quote Originally Posted by DR_1 View Post
    Bulls, Cavs, Raptors, Wizards, Hornets, Hawks. Maybe Pacers and Nets too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chi-townlove1 View Post
    Your missing the bulls biggest addition - niko mirotic
    He hasn't played over here yet. I'd like to at least see him in the nba a but before declaring him a huge addition


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    I think the Raps being able to manage to keep Lowry means they are a winner, if it's even a slight win

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardaway Here View Post
    You can call Miami losers because of the loss of LBJ even though that would apply to any team that lost the best player in the game today. I'd say they rebounded alright from it. Of course we won't really be able to say how big of a loss it was until the season starts.
    So explain to me.

    You lost your 100 dollars bill in lebron.
    And added a 20 bucks bill in Deng.


    i think you LOST 80 bucks in the process....

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    Rockets are everyone's popular choice but if they land Boozer, it'll be Parsons gone (and way overpaid, BTW) and Ariza and Carlos Boozer in. Speculation of course but if that happens, you can make a case they're an improved team at the forward position.
    The Lakers; LeBron didn't even consider 'em. Anthony did but his final two ended up being CHI and the Knicks. Lost Pau Gasol and Lance Stephenson didn't come. They had money to spend the entire off season but in the end, no one wanted to take it.
    And on top of all that, PHX has their #1 pick next season.

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    It's funny how you guys say we lost most our "fans" when in fact we regained most of our veteran posters we lost through the whole big 3 ordeal. If anything we're more active now then we have been the past years... Quit talking out your ***** and worry about your own teams

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    Winners:

    Cavs
    Mavs
    Hornets
    Wizards

    Losers:

    Lakers
    Rockets
    Knicks


    Yes the Heat lost Lebron James and that is horrible, but instead of Bosh going to Houston and Wade going to Chicago they got them back and a motivated Luol Deng to prove his worth that he still has it. They could still easily be a 3-5 seed in the East.



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    Losers:

    Lakers: I thought they were gonna have Melo, LeBron and Love right now
    Miami: They made out great for losing LeBron, but you don't lose the best player in the world and not lose
    Pacers: Lost Lance, haven't done anything else
    Nets/Thunder: I don't think they're "losing", but they're more or less standing pat while other teams are adding
    Rockets: Losing Parsons hurts, but they still have a promising future...they still have plenty of time to make it work

    Winners:

    Cleveland: duh
    Hornets: Lance and some added depth, Vonleh falling really was great
    Bulls: maybe not as much as they wanted, but imrpoved nonethless
    Dallas: definitely improved their roster a ton
    Pellies: Added Asik and a good deal of depth


    The rest more or less are trending in the same direction. Including the PHI/MLW/ORL/UTA/BOS rebuilding group, who all did fine but only time will tell if those draft picks pay off.

    Knicks were tough. They kept Melo, didn't get better really...but at least they've preserved future cap space. Their patience is a good thing...not that their cap space allows them to be anything but patient.

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