The time leading into the 2011 NBA trade deadline was one of the busiest and most high-profile transaction periods in recent memory.
In an unprecedented series of events, two All Stars were traded, as Carmelo Anthony was sent to the New York Knicks and Deron Williams was acquired by the New Jersey Nets.
Even the 2009-10 runner-up Boston Celtics made a move, dealing away their starting center Kendrick Perkins.
And with other big names like Gerald Wallace, Mo Williams, Baron Davis and Jeff Green all changing teams, it is clear that the NBA landscape has been altered.
Consequently, there are a number of teams whose 2010-11 season outlooks have been drastically modified.
As a result, this slideshow will take a look at the transactions made (or not made) by every team, assess how the changes (or lack thereof) will affect the squads and project an end-of-season record for each franchise.
Additionally, all of the teams' records in this slideshow account for the 1230 total wins and 1230 total losses which must mathematically occur during each NBA season.