The Warriors seem once again buoyant as though they're feeling a certain weight lifted when not having to work with a guy who's so domineeringly miserable.
The Wolves now have a new front office lead, but this offseason will likely be more of a subtle reset than significant overhaul.
Building through the draft is usually an exercise in compiling as much talent as possible and letting things sort themselves out over time. For the Hawks, they have been doing this while also assemblings players who complement each other.
This offseason is about retaining Kristaps Porzingis on as team-friendly a contract as possible, and then filling out the roster with depth.
This trio of secondary stars are all crucial to their respective team's success. Yet they also operate on a level without the burden of legacy building.