The NBA offseason has been a busy one. All-Star performers such as LeBron James (Lakers), Kawhi Leonard (Raptors), DeMarcus Cousins (Warriors), and DeMar DeRozan (Spurs) will be donning new jerseys for the upcoming season.

Some teams have been more active than others. Here are four of the most active teams thus far in the offseason. Please note that most active doesn’t necessarily mean most improved, although each team surely thinks they have done so.

Brooklyn Nets

The Nets have made quite a few trades this offseason. First, they shipped off the large contract of Timofey Mozgov as part of a deal that netted them Dwight Howard (Howard was later released and signed by the Wizards).

They sent Jeremy Lin to the Hawks. In another deal, Brooklyn acquired Kenneth Faried and Darrell Arthur from the Nuggets. Brooklyn then traded Arthur to the Suns in a deal that had them receive Jared Dudley according to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

Brooklyn signed Shabazz Napier to a two-year deal and also re-signed Joe Harris. Dzanan Musa of Bosnia and Herzegovina was taken with the 29th pick, and Rodions Kurucs of Latvia was selected 40th overall.

Indiana Pacers

The Pacers were one of the NBA’s biggest surprises last season finishing 48-34 and nearly pulled off an upset victory over the Cavaliers in the first round of the playoffs.

This offseason was about improving the team even more as they signed free agents Doug McDermott, Tyreke Evans, and Kyle O’Quinn.

The first two particularly should help an offensive attack that finished just 26th in three-pointers attempted in 2017-18.

Aaron Holiday was selected 23rd overall in last month’s draft while Alize Johnson was taken with the 50th pick.

Los Angeles Lakers

The Lakers made a bevy of free agent moves, but of course, the one that stands out the most is the signing of LeBron James.

The four-time MVP appeared in all 82 regular season games for the first time in his career in 2017-18.

While they didn’t get the second superstar player this offseason like some expected they would, they signed a bunch of solid pieces who should all be a part of the rotation in Lance Stephenson, JaVale McGee, Rajon Rondo, and Michael Beasley.

They also re-signed Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and drafted Moritz Wagner in the first round and Svi Mykhailiuk in the second round.

Oklahoma City Thunder

It was widely expected that Paul George was a one-year rental because he would sign with the Lakers after last season. To the surprise of many, George signed a four-year deal to remain in Oklahoma City.

It was just one season for Carmelo Anthony though as he was traded to the Hawks (who will release him) in a deal that sent Dennis Schroder to the Thunder. According to Bleacher Report, Rockets GM Daryl Morey has stated that Anthony is ‘in the mix’ to join Houston once he becomes a free agent.

In a minor move, Oklahoma City traded Dakari Johnson to the Magic for Rodney Purvis.

Nerlens Noel was added in free agency. Jerian Grant and Raymond Felton were re-signed. Devon Hall and Kevon Hervey were selected 53rd and 57th respectively in last month’s draft.