There hasn't been this much anticipation for an NBA season since Magic Johnson and Larry Bird were ballin' in the mid-80's.
The Los Angeles Lakers were tired of getting bounced in the second round of the playoffs in back-to-back seasons so they acquired Steve Nash and Dwight Howard.
The Miami Heat might not get to the eight titles Lebron James was hoping for, but they have a very good chance at repeating this season.
The Boston Celtics lost Ray Allen, but they brought in a nice group of guys to add some depth to a team that was one win away from competing in the NBA Finals last year.
The Oklahoma City Thunder made a surprising move shipping James Harden to Houston, but it made them that much better for the future and they are still good enough to compete for an NBA championship this year.
The San Antonio Spurs still have the old three coming back to go with a nice mix of youngsters to help get Tim Duncan one more title before he hangs it up.