Which Rookies Have Benefited Most from the NBA's Offseason Movement?

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Which Rookies Have Benefited Most from the NBA's Offseason Movement?
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Draft night seems like a lifetime ago, and for certain NBA rookies with precarious positions on their respective team's depth chart, it's likely felt even longer than that. Signings, trades and sign-and-trades give the offseason an unavoidable volatility, and those who at one time seemed slotted for starter's minutes—or a bench-warming role—may now be in line for something decidedly different.

The following is a look at those in this year's rookie class who have seen their standing shift in such a way, with a thematic influence on the positive. This offseason's proceedings have been fairly kind to this year's rookie class, after all, but which first-year players have gained the most?

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