This article is part of our NBA Draft Kit series.
While there weren't many big-name free agents on the market, that didn't stop general managers from making splash trades. It was a busy offseason, and much of the league has undergone a significant change. Let's take a look at how some depth charts have shifted from last season.
New general manager Daryl Morey wasted no time making moves, sending out Josh Richardson and Al Horford and getting Danny Green and Seth Curry. That cleared out the power forward spot for Tobias Harris while opening up the shooting guard and small forward spots.
Green saw just 24.8 minutes per game last season, and Curry wasn't far behind at 24.6 minutes per game. It's possible they both see more time on the 76ers, though both are over 30 years old, so that's not a given. If they both remain around 24 minutes, there will be significant minutes available for Matisse Thybulle, Shake Milton and Furkan Korkmaz. Thybulle's steals-plus-blocks upside is enormous, and Milton has potential as a three-point shooter and passer who will also see backup point guard minutes behind Ben Simmons.
Aside from core pieces Giannis Antetokounmpo, Khris Middleton and Brook Lopez, the Bucks' deck has been shuffled. New parts include Jrue Holiday, D.J. Augustin, Bryn Forbes, Torrey Craig and Bobby Portis.
It's not clear if Augustin or Donte DiVincenzo will start, though neither project to rank inside the top 100 in fantasy. Portis could see sixth-man