The NBA is filled with its fair share of superstars. After an offseason filled with free agency moves that likely made your head spin, new faces have found new homes, and many players sit in great spots looking toward the 2016 – 17 season. It will be hard for Russell Westbrook to improve on this past season, but now that Kevin Durant has officially left Oklahoma City, it’s all on Westbrook’s shoulders — and this is both a blessing and a curse. It’s Westbrook’s chance to shine, because all his moves will be magnified no matter if he epically fails at leading his team or steps up and slays the competition.
Tyrone Corbin is back in the NBA coaching ranks. After head coaching stints with the Utah Jazz and the Sacramento Kings, Corbin's hiring by the Phoenix Suns as an assistant coach is now official. Corbin was an interim head coach for the Kings during the 2014-2015 season, before he was let go to make room for George Karl. He took over for the Jazz when Jerry Sloan retired during the 2011 season, and he led the Jazz to one playoff appearance. Corbin played for the Suns in the late 1980s so this will be a return for him. He will be working for Earl Watson, who played for Corbin with the Jazz. New of Corbin's hiring broke during the week of the NBA Draft.