The 2022 NBA offseason has been like a furious game of “Red Light, Green Light,” with only slightly less dire consequences than “Squid Game” (hey, remember Squid Game?). It began with a flurry of moves in the first couple days of free agency, then a long cool-off period during which we were promised a holding pattern while the Brooklyn Nets contemplated what to do about Kevin Durant’s trade request.
Then, boom, suddenly the Utah Jazz and New York Knicks area Donovan Mitchell trade. After that, Deandre Ayton signs a max offer sheet with the Indiana Pacers within minutes by the Phoenix Suns. Man, time for a deep breath.
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A good way to take a step back is to look at every team’s offseason in its entirety. Including the draft, trades and free agency, who’s in and who’s out on all 30 NBA teams? It’s not easy to keep straight, but thanks to the folks over at NBA.com for their handy list. It also took some extra research to add all the deals that have reportedly been agreed upon but aren’t yet official.
And just because we can, we decided to throw in some offseason grades — with the obvious caveat that no evaluation is set in stone with so many free agent signings and potentially gargantuan trades still on the horizon. Hopefully this gets published before the light turns green again.
Just a year after a surprising run to the conference finals that catapulted the Hawks into young contender status, they mortgaged their future by
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Prime Day 2022 started Tuesday, July 12, 2022, and will come to an epic conclusion today. The deals will continue on a bevy of products.
Major retailers selling their wares on Amazon have taken part of the Prime Day event, and that has meant big savings for Amazon Prime members.
We’re sourcing all new sports equipment and outdoor deals during the final stretch of Prime Day. We’ll continue to update our favorite finds with the best deals in sports equipment categories, so be sure to check back frequently for more sales.
Prime Day Fan Gear Deals
Prime Day Outdoor and Backyard Game Deals
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