At long last, the NBA's annual trade deadline has come and gone.
Now we can all get back to the business of focusing on basketball rather than speculating about which players could or should go where and for what.
It's a relief for all involved that the deadline is a thing of the past, even more so that the usual frenzy was limited to a swath of minor moves made mostly between teams in the muddled middle. All told, 27 players changed homes across 12 separate transactions within a 24-hour span between Feb. 20 and 21, so it wasn't as though nothing happened.
But absent from the festivities were any blockbuster moves. The fact that J.J. Redick was the most consequential player to move should tell you everything you need to know in that regard.
That's all out of the way now, though. For the most part, teams will have to dance with the ones who brought them, as a wise woman once sang.
These seven squads in particular will face big questions in the wake of their activity (or lack thereof) on deadline day.