Grading the offseason moves of every team in the NBA’s Eastern Conference

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While we still might see the Brooklyn Nets finally find a trade partner for disgruntled superstar swingman Kevin Durant, or perhaps Danny Ainge could find a new home for star shooting guard Donovan Mitchell somewhere around the league who could be willing to pay the epic haul you know Trader Danny demands.

But for all intents and purposes, the 2022 NBA offseason is over for most of the teams in the Eastern Conference save perhaps for a handful of signings based on how training camp competitions pan out. So one can safely assess how those teams did in their respective offseasons, even if there might still be a few small moves for ball clubs to make around the margins.

The folks over at the Hoops Reference YouTube channel did exactly that in a recent clip and had plenty of good things to say about what the Boston Celtics have managed since being eliminated by the 2022 champion Golden State Warriors in the Finals.

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