With enough moves to make anyone dizzy, NBA free agency is coming to a close. So, let's take a look back at some of the moves made, and see who came out winners and who came out losers in terms of fantasy.
Kyrie Irving, Nets
A drama-filled 2018-19 campaign in Boston overshadowed Irving's accomplishments on the court, but the 27-year-old was able to secure his second All-NBA nod. There's an argument to be made that Irving's supporting cast in Brooklyn, at least for this year, is worse than what he had in Boston. As a result, Irving's usage may creep up more, and it wouldn't be surprising if he cracked 20 shots per game for the first time in his career.
George Hill, Bucks
With Malcolm Brogdon out of the picture in Milwaukee, his 28.6 minutes per game are up for grabs. Hill seems like the logical fill-in for most of that. While Wesley Matthews could start at shooting guard and see solid run, Hill's combo-guard versatility could help him garner minutes in the mid-20s as a backup at both positions.
Enes Kanter, Celtics
Kanter's role in the NBA has seemingly fluctuate from the moment he stepped on the court, and this is no exception. After starting 31 of his 67 appearances between New York and Portland last season, Kanter is in line to be a true starter for the Celtics following the loss of Al Horford. When Kanter was a full-time starter two years