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I count 4 for us: Horford, Smart, Brown and Rozier I don't think it is sad at all. Some of the change is from good young players coming into the league. Good player movement means teams have opportunities to make themselves better.
More NBA realities:Wolves, Suns, Bobcats, and Kings still suck, as they almost always do.- You can give them top draft picks for years.- You can give them cap space to use.- You can give their GMs time to build the team without instant pressure- They can even stumble upon a good trade in the process...And they will still suck, they are rudderless and in the bottom 1/8th of existing NBA in this millennia (Suns since 2010).
Over 70% of NBA players have changed teams in the last 18 months. Including 15 All-Stars.Sampling of Remaining Players from 2016-17 Opening Night Rosters:Warriors 8Mavs 7Wizards 6Spurs 6Cavs 5Jazz 5Rockets 4Kings 4Bulls 4Celtics 3Lakers 3Hawks 2Clippers 1Amazing and in my personal (fan) opinion, quite sad.