NBA Podcast: Biggest Winners of the NBA Offseason So Far

Joel C. Cordes@@bballJoelNBA Associate EditorJuly 17, 2013

Yes, Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets have reason to smile now.
Yes, Dwight Howard and the Houston Rockets have reason to smile now.Bob Levey/Getty Images

There have been a lot of huge signings, trades and story lines for what was supposed to be a "weak" draft and free-agency crop. If anything, the intrigue has kept us glued to our seats more than ever.

So who can be happiest about the way things have gone over the past few weeks?

Lead Writer Josh Martin joins NBA Assistant Editors Ethan Norof and Joel C. Cordes for the latest episode of Basketball by Association

(If the embedded player fails to load, you can find the full episode here.)

We broke down all the teams, players, coaches and fanbases who feel like they've won in the offseason. Whether that translates into tangible success down the line is always difficult to predict, but having positive anticipation is what the NBA summer months should always be about.

Basketball by Association cast members and pro hoops analysis can be found at Bleacher Report's Court Vision blog.

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