Revisiting Biggest Moves from 2013 NBA Offseason

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Revisiting Biggest Moves from 2013 NBA Offseason
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The Houston Rockets made arguably the biggest splash of the summer by bringing in Dwight Howard.

This past NBA offseason drew a ton of hype as big names found new homes and contenders were assembled on paper seemingly overnight. As we enter a new year, it is time to take a look at how these moves have stacked up in comparison to our initial prognosis. 

A little more than two months into the 2013-14 season, who looks wise and who looks foolish? What can we expect going forward? All of these questions will be answered. 

Now, a couple things to keep in mind before going any further. This assessment is centered around major trades and free-agent signings (or re-signings) that occurred before the start of the regular season. 

Unfortunately, Chris Kaman's signing will not be covered here. The same goes for the NBA draft and midseason maneuvers such as Rudy Gay's trade to Sacramento

Let's see what moves have and haven't worked out thus far. 

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