This article is part of our NBA Draft Kit series.
The 2020 NBA off-season is like no other off-season in history. With such a whirlwind of activity over a very brief period, there's a chance you've missed some of the personnel moves. Never fear, we're here to break down all of the new faces in new places, and how the last week of player movement will impact fantasy basketball in 2020-21.
Over the next few weeks, we'll take a division-by-division look at some of the most pressing fantasy questions facing each franchise. The answers might not always be pretty, but with less than a month to prepare for fantasy drafts, it's more important than ever to thoroughly evaluate all 30 teams.
We begin in the Atlantic:
Newly-signed veterans Tristan Thompson and Jeff Teague look to complement an excellent young core. Jayson Tatum, Kemba Walker, Jaylen Brown and Marcus Smart are a lock to start, with the only question remaining at the five.
Last year, Theis started 65 of 72 regular season games, as well as all 17 of Boston's playoff games. He also averaged a career-high 24.1 minutes per contest. Theis' backup, Enes Kanter, received seven starts and averaged 16.9 minutes per game. High-upside Texas A&M product Robert Williams battled hip issues and played in only 29 games (13.9 min/gm).
Kanter is now in Portland, and the Celtics have upgraded with 29-year-old Tristan Thompson (Somehow still only 29 years old.