SLIDESHOW: NBA media week introduces the players on new teams


Posted at Sep 27 2017 06:35 PM | Updated as of Sep 27 2017 06:45 PM

The annual NBA media week has basketball fans stoked for the coming season. 

Here are some of the teams that made major acquisitions during an offseason described by many as the arguably the most drama-filled ever.


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New acquisitions Kyrie Irving, formerly of Cleveland, and Gordon Hayward, formerly of Utah, with Al Horford.


New Nets playmaker D'Angelo Russell, formerly of the LA Lakers


Kris Dunn and Zach Lavine, both formerly of Minnesota, with Denzel Valentine


Isaiah Thomas, formerly of Sacramento, Phoenix and Boston


James Harden with new acquisition Chris Paul, formerly of New Orleans and the LA Clippers

LA Lakers

Rookie Lonzo Ball


Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns with Jimmy Butler, formerly of Chicago

Oklahoma City

Paul George, formerly of Indiana, with Russell Westbrook and Carmelo Anthony, formerly of Denver and New York


Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons flank 2017 No. 1 draft pick Markelle Fultz


Vince Carter, formerly of Toronto, New Jersey, Orlando, Phoenix, Dallas and Memphis

San Antonio

Rudy Gay, formerly of Memphis, Toronto and Sacramento

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