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We are in the midst of a very eventful NBA offseason, where we have seen some of the league's most talented change teams. The Brooklyn Nets have revamped their roster, and the Clippers stole the show from their rival the Lakers. Utah and Portland quietly built up some strong contending lineups in the west. Boston and Toronto have some question marks after losing some of their top options to other teams. NBA rosters are still being filled out and undrafted names could still make the roster. While things are slowing down for the offseason, it gives you a good chance to catch up on what has happened and what starting lineups could look like for the 2019-20 season. Be sure to follow @nbastartlineups for on the minute lineup updates and confirmations.

We are in the midst of a very eventful NBA offseason, where we have seen some of the league's most talented change teams. The Brooklyn Nets have revamped their roster, and the Clippers stole the show from their rival the Lakers. Utah and Portland quietly built up some strong contending lineups in the west. Boston and Toronto have some question marks after losing some of their top options to other teams. NBA rosters are still being filled out and undrafted names could still make the roster. While things are slowing down for the offseason, it gives you a good chance to catch up on what has happened and what starting lineups could look like for the 2019-20 season. Be sure to follow @nbastartlineups for on the minute lineup updates and confirmations.

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Proj red-x Clippers Los Angeles Clippers

33-14, 2nd West Pacific

33-14, 2nd West Pacific

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Proj red-x LAC @ LAL Proj red-x
36-10, 1st West Pacific

Lakers Los Angeles Lakers Proj red-x

36-10, 1st West Pacific

Clippers Players AST REB PTS
Lakers Players AST REB PTS

Proj red-x Knicks New York Knicks

13-34, 5th East Atlantic

13-34, 5th East Atlantic
NY 92 @ CHA 97
Final
15-31, 4th East Southeast

Hornets Charlotte Hornets Proj red-x

15-31, 4th East Southeast

Knicks Players AST REB PTS
T. GibsonTaj Gibson, PF 0.9 5 7.6
J. RandleJulius Randle, PF 3.2 8.8 19.4
M. MorrisMarcus Morris, SF 1.5 5.6 17.5
R. BullockReggie Bullock, SF 1.3 2.1 9.3
E. PaytonElfrid Payton, PG 6.1 4.1 9.2
Hornets Players AST REB PTS

Proj red-x Celtics Boston Celtics

30-15, 2nd East Atlantic

30-15, 2nd East Atlantic
BOS 109 @ MIA 101
Final
31-14, 1st East Southeast

Heat Miami Heat Proj red-x

31-14, 1st East Southeast

Celtics Players AST REB PTS
Heat Players AST REB PTS

Proj red-x Pelicans New Orleans Pelicans

18-29, 5th West Southwest

18-29, 5th West Southwest
NO 125 @ CLE 111
Final
12-34, 5th East Central

Cavaliers Cleveland Cavaliers Proj red-x

12-34, 5th East Central

Pelicans Players AST REB PTS
Cavaliers Players AST REB PTS

Proj red-x Warriors Golden State Warriors

10-37, 5th West Pacific

10-37, 5th West Pacific
GS 104 @ PHI 115
Final
30-17, 3rd East Atlantic

76ers Philadelphia 76ers Proj red-x

30-17, 3rd East Atlantic

Warriors Players AST REB PTS
76ers Players AST REB PTS

Proj red-x Hawks Atlanta Hawks

12-35, 5th East Southeast

12-35, 5th East Southeast
ATL 114 @ TOR 130
Final
32-14, 1st East Atlantic

Raptors Toronto Raptors Proj red-x

32-14, 1st East Atlantic

Hawks Players AST REB PTS
Raptors Players AST REB PTS

Proj red-x Nuggets Denver Nuggets

32-14, 2nd West Northwest

32-14, 2nd West Northwest
DEN 96 @ MEM 104
Final
22-24, 3rd West Southwest

Grizzlies Memphis Grizzlies Proj red-x

22-24, 3rd West Southwest

Nuggets Players AST REB PTS
Grizzlies Players AST REB PTS
J. ValanciunasJonas Valanciunas, C 1.7 10.5 15
J. Jackson Jr.Jaren Jackson Jr., PF 1.4 5.4 19.2
J. CrowderJae Crowder, SF 0 0 0
D. BrooksDillon Brooks, SG 2 3.6 15.5
J. MorantJa Morant, PG 8 3.9 19.5

Proj red-x Wizards Washington Wizards

15-30, 3rd East Southeast

15-30, 3rd East Southeast
WAS 131 @ MIL 151
Final
40-6, 1st East Central

Bucks Milwaukee Bucks Proj red-x

40-6, 1st East Central

Wizards Players AST REB PTS
Bucks Players AST REB PTS

Proj red-x Suns Phoenix Suns

19-27, 3rd West Pacific

19-27, 3rd West Pacific
PHO 133 @ DAL 104
Final
28-17, 1st West Southwest

Mavericks Dallas Mavericks Proj red-x

28-17, 1st West Southwest

Suns Players AST REB PTS
Mavericks Players AST REB PTS

Key Lineup Changes For 2019-2020

Starting NBA lineups are one of the more important things to track, especially as players get more rest games. The injury reporting is one of the NBA’s biggest flaws, and often we don’t know the confirmed starting lineup until just a few minutes before, or even after tip-off. Our projected lineups give the best look as to what is likely going to be happen, but keeping tabs on news is still in your best interest. Because a player is in the starting lineup, it isn’t guaranteed for them to play 30+ minutes. For example, Ivica Zubac starts forClipperson occasion, but will play close to 15-20 minutes. With the fantasy basketball industry growing, knowing who is going to play has become very important. You don’t want to see a zero in your lineup, but often we have to take some risks due to that shoddy injury reporting. The lineups page will have projected starting lineups out until teams confirm their starting five. This is not a guarantee to happen before lineup lock, and sometimes teams will confirm up to five minutes before tipoff. With the offseason in the works, we talk about potential lineup changes and free agent moves for 2019-2020.

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1.Clippers Make A Splash

The biggest news to rock free agency was Kawhi Leonard joining the Los Angeles Clippers. He held on the media, and this created the biggest question mark. Not only did Leonard join the Clippers, but he demanded that they trade for another star. This created the trade for Paul George. This gives them two starting forwards that can do some damage. Patrick Beverley, Ivica Zubac, and Landry Shamet will likely start around them.

2. Brooklyn Lands Durant, Irving, Jordan

We won't see Kevin Durant this year, but Kyrie Irving will step into the starting point guard role. DeAndre Jordan will also be the starting center. Until Durant returns, look for the Nets to use a lot of Caris Levert and Taurean Prince within the starting lineup. Joe Harris should see time time out there too. The Nets are about a year away from having the starting lineup they hoped for.

3. New Point Guards In New Cities

There was a lot of rotating point guards over the offseason. Chris Paul ended up in Oklahoma City, while Russell Westbrook reunites with James Harden in Houston. Kemba Walker signed with Boston, as the Celtics traded for Terry Rozier. Ricky Rubio signed with Phoenix, and Mike Conley was traded to the Utah Jazz. All of these names will be the starting point guard come the new season.

4. The 76ers Sign Al Horford

The 76ers made a somewhat shock move in signing Al Horford. He will likely play alongside Joel Embiid, and also provide one of the top front court defenses in the league. Philly wasn't done trading Jimmy Butler for Josh Richardson in a sign and trade. This freed up easy money to pay Tobias Harris. He will take over the small forward role, pushing Richardson to shooting guard.

5. How Did The Lakers Fill Out?

After whiffing on Kawhi Leonard and other free agents, the Lakers were left filling in with scraps off the free agent market. Ending up signing Danny Green, Avery Bradley, and Quinn Cook will provide depth in the backcourt. Rajon Rondo and Green will likely start. The signing of DeMarcus Cousins should push both Davis and James to their forward roles, although James has hinted at playing some point guard.