The 17 biggest questions facing teams as we head into what could be the wildest NBA summer of free agency in years

  • The NBA offseason is set to be one of the wildest we've seen in years.
  • Superstars will be hitting the market, with teams from across the league hoping to make a deal and chase a title.
  • Below we break down 17 teams as they head into free agency, and the biggest question facing each of them as the offseason begins in full.
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It didn't take long for the NBA offseason to begin, with the Los Angeles Lakers pulling off a blockbuster deal to bring Anthony Davis to Los Angeles just days after the Raptors won the title.

But the superstar shakeup is far from over, as a slew of talented players is set to hit the market this summer, either to re-sign new deals with their current teams or to bring on the challenge of a fresh start somewhere new.

Read more: The 2019 NBA free agent class is stacked and has the potential to alter the league — here are the best players available

Free agency officially begins on June 30 at 6 p.m. On the eve of what could be the wildest summer of free agency in recent memory, we break down 17 teams hoping to make a splash, and break down the biggest question facing each of them.

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An eyebrow-raising $10,000 bet was placed on the Lakers just minutes before the team traded for Anthony Davis

Kawhi Leonard made fun of his awkward laugh while celebrating at the Raptors' championship parade

Drake is getting roasted for his awkward interview with reporters after the Raptors won the NBA championship

A fan won $100,000 betting on the St. Louis Blues to win the Stanley Cup when they were the worst team in the NHL

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