Dwight Howard has a new team, most of the big free agents are now under contract and Summer League action is nearly done. That means we've got nothing but secondary story lines taking over the remainder of the offseason.
Sure, we're still waiting for guys like Nate Robinson and Brandon Jennings to figure out where they'll be playing next season, but their fates are bleeding over into unexpected conversations.
For the rest of the summer, things like player movement and front office overhauls will no longer be at the forefront. Instead we'll be looking at early expectations for next season and surprising changes in team dynamics.
Much of what will come over the next three months isn't what we expected to pop up once the offseason started.
Along with calculating the odds of a Miami Heat three-peat and how Howard's new team will fare, we'll be looking at how quickly a few players can recover from injuries and the sudden importance of a few new additions.
The 2013 offseason has been a strange one so far, but most of the odd moves are in the past.
Now we're in the stage where we have to figure out what those strange moves mean, and how the league will be impacted.
To prepare for what is sure to be an intriguing stretch going into training camp, let's see how the first month of the offseason has made its mark on the next three.