The NBA offseason saw key players switch teams, and the new season is a lot more interesting as a result.
Just by moving to a new location, some of the game's best and/or most underrated have flourished, going from very good players to seemingly great players in the blink of an eye. Naturally, the fans are watching.
Be it Andre Iguodala keeping things up in Denver or O.J. Mayo becoming the go-to guy in Dallas while Dirk Nowitzki recovers, some teams' new players have adjusted to their new systems quickly, seeing the move more as an opportunity than a burden.
Look at it this way: performing well anywhere means that other teams will be watching, and other teams watching means more money for the player in question.
Of course, of all the players who did change teams during the offseason, or even preseason, some appear to be making more of their new scenery than others.