Re-Grading the Biggest Moves of the 2012 NBA Offseason

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Re-Grading the Biggest Moves of the 2012 NBA Offseason
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With two months of the NBA season gone by, now is a good time to revisit some of the biggest moves of the 2012 offseason. 

With roughly a third of the regular-season games in the books, we can accurately assess the impact of the major trades and signings that happened after the Miami Heat hoisted the Larry O'Brien Trophy in June.

Of course, the final grades on these moves won't be known for months (and in some cases, years), but here is an updated barometer for the biggest personnel decisions made prior to opening night.

For the purposes of this article, we'll focus solely on players who changed teams during the offseason. It should be noted, however, that a number of stars who were re-signed by their original teams this summer (Deron Williams, Blake Griffin and Serge Ibaka, among others) have made a significant impact this year.

Note: All statistics used are accurate as of Dec. 29.

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