It is impossible for this year’s NBA offseason to compete with the interest of last year, which saw some of the best players in the history of the game became free agents. Three of them—LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh—landed in Miami. Carlos Boozer went to Chicago and Amar’e Stoudemire went to New York.
We saw big moves at the trade deadline, such as Deron Williams to New Jersey and Kendrick Perkins to Oklahoma City, but none bigger than Carmelo Anthony being moved from Denver to New York.
The NBA is currently flourishing following an exciting season, which culminated in one of the most epic NBA Finals in history when Dirk Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks beat the Heat.
Who will Mark Cuban bring in to help secure a repeat in 2012? Will their own free agents be back to help them win?
More importantly, who will Miami, Los Angeles, Boston, New York, Chicago, Oklahoma City and the rest of the contending teams bring in to lead their team to a Finals appearance next season?
Which players will be on the move via free agency and trades during the offseason and NBA draft?
With the NBA draft coming up next week and a possible lockout ensuing, we have all of the top NBA rumors heading into the offseason.