NBA free agency got off to a monster start on Sunday, with a series of potentially landscape-changing moves, highlighted of course by the Brooklyn Nets and their haul of Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and DeAndre Jordan. This is a move that could have legitimate ramifications on the NBA championship scene for the next few seasons ... but on the fantasy front, not so much.
Kyrie essentially replaces young All-Star D'Angelo Russell in Brooklyn, and his fantasy output doesn't really look to change all that much in his new environment next season. The Nets' moves are a huge NBA story but don't really move the needle so much on the fantasy front.
However, the same can't be said for a lot of the other moves that went down on Sunday. Let's go through some of the ones that seem most likely to change the fantasy basketball landscape next season.