There is a lot going on in Blazer land, but we really won't know anything for certain until July 14th.
Meanwhile, there is quite a bit going on league wide, and a lot is certain:
Dallas: talk about a nightmare of an off season. They chose not to resign Chandler last year to have room for D-Will. Well he isn't coming and now they have lost Terry and Kidd as well. This team suddenly looks really bad with only an All-Star PF (blazers?) and not much else.
Houston: This roster is middle heavy with wings. Dragic gone, Lowry traded, sorry but Dwight Howard won't resign with you even if he was traded here. And the offer for Lin? It was a good play and well put together, but he is worth so much $ to the Knicks for off the court reasons that they will be ok paying the luxury tax in return for his revenue.
New York: I know they were over hyped last year but : Kidd, Lin, Melo, Amare, Chandler is a good starting unit except for the forwards.
Phoenix: Let's face it the will be bad next year but they replaced Nash with Dragic and got some alright assets for Nash who was leaving anyway. Seems they made the best out of the situation. If Gordon some how makes it here it could get interesting.
Toronto: I feel kind of bad for the Canadians, they had a chance to become relevant again if they were able to sign Nash and trade for Gasol or someone else. Alas they missed out and are still the Raptors.
Any other teams/moves that have surprised in a good or bad way?