While most teams in the Eastern Conference got worse through trades this NBA offseason, a few clubs in the West improved dramatically. Let’s recap some big trades that affected West teams and their 2017-18 win totals.
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The wild NBA offseason is over, although there can always be a late surprise. For the most part, though, teams know what their rosters will look like. Let’s recap some big trades that affected Eastern Conference teams and their 2017-18 win totals.
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