This summer's free agency class is going to include a handful of stars, such as Chris Paul, Blake Griffin, Paul Millsap, Kyle Lowry, and Stephen Curry. While we cannot expect all these players to leave their respective teams, we know that a couple of them may be on the move. In addition to these star Free Agents, there may also be a few blockbuster deals including other superstars. Here are the four that could be on the move this offseason.

Paul Millsap

Paul Millsap’s interest in staying with the Atlanta Hawks is unknown for now. He hasn’t really mentioned anything about leaving, but I get a feeling this will be his last season in ATL.

The Hawks have attempted trading him a couple times before the deadline but failed to find preferable deals. Since the team hasn’t really progressed after winning 60 games over two years ago, it may be time for them to restart.

Blake Griffin

A couple weeks ago, it was reported that Blake Griffin is unlikely to re-sign with the Los Angeles Clippers and would have the Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers as his preferred destinations. Of course, Griffin’s decision heavily depends on Clippers’ playoff success, which doesn’t look too good right now. Los Angeles is likely headed for another early playoff exit, which should result in Griffin parting ways with the franchise.

Jimmy Butler

With the Chicago Bulls ready to rebuild, Jimmy Butler will likely be on the move.

Chicago engaged in Butler trade talks last offseason, then again at the deadline, but failed to find an adequate deal. The Bulls are now reportedly ready to move Butler this summer. A Butler trade is likely to happen this time because it's becoming obvious that the Bulls are a complete mess with no chance of competing for a title with the current roster.

Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony should have been dealt a long time ago. The New York Knicks had plenty of opportunities to trade him before the deadline but didn't. However, the Knicks have finally realized that Anthony doesn't fit in their future and are prepared to trade him. They are ready to rebuild around Kristaps Porzingis and rightfully so. The Melo era should be over this summer.