The fireworks of the NBA offseason are more or less over as most of the big-name free agents have been signed and are settling into their new homes. Of course, there is one firework left waiting to burst in the Dwight Howard trade, but that one seems to have a wet fuse with one guy continuously dousing that fuse in water every time it starts to dry off.
Basically, what's ahead are final training camp invites going out to Summer League standouts, a few more decent free agents moving (Brandon Rush is still out there) and more Howard rumors.
So, as most everything has gone down that will go down, now seems to be as good a time as any to take a look back and see which team had the most successful offseason.
Instead of judging each team's moves on the surface, I've decided to take a look at the short-term and long-term ramifications of each team's moves this offseason.