2020 NBA Power Rankings: Assessing all 30 teams after free agency

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NBA Power Rankings: How did free agency affect Celtics' standing? originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

The shortened NBA offseason hasn't lacked for activity.

We've already seen a flurry of moves since NBA free agency began Friday: Gordon Hayward landed a massive contract with the Charlotte Hornets, the Atlanta Hawks wrested Bodgan Bogdanovic from the Sacramento Kings and Montrezl Harrell crossed Los Angeles rivalry lines by signing with the Lakers.

Those moves come after Wednesday's NBA Draft, which saw some surprise selections after Anthony Edwards, James Wiseman and LaMelo Ball went off the board.

Long story short: Plenty has changed since our last NBA Power Rankings prior to the draft. With rosters rounding into shape ahead of next week's training camp, it's time for a fresh batch of rankings to see which teams got better and worse over the past seven days.

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