Thursday night was fateful day in NBA history, as the landscape of the league shifted rather dramatically. Between 60 players entering the league through the 2013 NBA draft and the Boston Celtics and Brooklyn Nets agreeing to a blockbuster deal, much changed.
Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett are set to put on new uniforms for the 2013-14 season as soon as the moratorium lifts in July, and they weren't the only All-Stars on the move. Jrue Holiday was traded as well.
Some teams shored up certain holes by adding quality rookies, while others failed to change their title odds. In fact, the Toronto Raptors were the only team in the Association that didn't make a single move on June 27.
It's only natural that we take a look at the new landscape now. Free agency will certainly alter it throughout once more, but let's get an early picture of the scene.