3 Most Underrated Moves of the NBA Offseason

The NBA offseason is arguably the most entertaining one out of the four major sports. Every year, there seems to be big moves that are made. But there are also many moves that fly under the radar. Lets take a look at a few of them.

3. Shabazz Muhammad Re-Ups in Minnesota

Everyone likes to talk about the core that the Timberwolves have, and rightfully so. Karl-Anthony Towns, Andrew Wiggins, and Jimmy Butler are no question a three-headed monster. But Muhammad is a nice underrated piece the Wolves have. He is still only 24 years old and is a solid bench player. Last season, Muhammad averaged 9.9 points and 2.8 rebounds per game.

2. JaVale McGee Stays With the Warriors

McGee was a very underrated part of the Warriors, but played a key role, especially in the Finals. Obviously, McGee didn't get much recognition because of the fire power that the Warriors have. But what he gave the Warriors was a presence down low and energy coming off the bench.

1. P.J. Tucker goes to Houston

Tucker going to Houston flew under the radar because the Rockets made the big splash of trading for Chris Paul. At the deadline last season, Tucker was actually one of the hottest names on the block, ending up in Toronto. What Tucker brings to Houston is very good defense. And that is something the Rockets need to improve on and will need if they want to get past the Warriors.