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.
The Utah Jazz family keeps growing, now with the Ingles twins saying hello to the world from down under. We look over the Olympic rosters and speculate on which teams are going to move on. We ask you all to make tough decisions. All this plus Dunks, Dunks, Dunks, and Dunks! Since John Stockton and Karl Malone hung it up how have the Jazz fared? Well, they made the playoffs with one core (Deron Williams, Carlos Boozer, Mehmet Okur, Andrei Kirilenko, Paul Millsap, Ronnie Brewer, Matt Harpring, Kyle Korver) and once advanced to the Western Conference Finals; and then had a second core make the playoffs and quickly leave it without much noise (Al Jefferson, Paul Millsap, Devin Harris, Gordon Hayward,