NBA General Managers make their picks for 2007-08
GM Survey: Offseason Moves

Is this the year that the Spurs repeat? Or do the Suns finally break through? Is LeBron poised for an MVP season? Can anyone challenge Kevin Durant for the Rookie of the Year award? Will Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen make the Celtics the most improved team? posed these questions and more to the league's general managers, and nearly all of the GM's responded to our survey.* Here's what the guys who call the shots think will transpire this season.

Boston Celtics
Which team made the best overall moves?
1. Boston Celtics 85.2%
2. Houston Rockets 7.4%
Others receiving votes: Charlotte Bobcats, Milwaukee Bucks
Last year's pick: Chicago

Kevin Garnett
Which one player acquisition will make the biggest impact?
1. Kevin Garnett, Boston 96.3%
2. Rashard Lewis, Orlando 3.7%
Last year's pick: Ben Wallace

Luis Scola
What was the most underrated player acquisition?
1. Luis Scola, Houston 25.9%
2. Grant Hill, Phoenix 18.5%
3. Rashard Lewis, Orlando 7.4%
Darko Milicic, Memphis 7.4%
Zach Randolph, New York 7.4%
Others receiving votes: Derek Fisher, L.A. Lakers; Ryan Gomes, Minnesota; Jeff Green, Seattle; Al Horford, Atlanta; Eddie House, Boston; Desmond Mason, Milwaukee; Morris Peterson, New Orleans; James Posey, Boston; Joe Smith, Chicago
Last year's pick: Shane Battier

Boston Celtics
Which team will be most improved in 2007-08?
1. Boston Celtics 77.8%
2. Memphis Grizzlies 11.1%
3. Orlando Magic 7.4%
4. Milwaukee Bucks 3.7%
Last year's pick: Houston

Kevin Garnett
What was the most surprising move of the offseason?
1. Kevin Garnett, Boston 50.0%
2. Ray Allen, Boston 11.5%
Rashard Lewis, Orlando 11.5%
4. Zach Randolph, New York 7.7%
Jason Richardson, Charlotte 7.7%
Cleveland (no moves) 7.7%
7. Jason Kapono, Toronto 3.8%
Last year's pick: Ben Wallace

- Offseason moves

(* - Percentages are based on the pool of respondents to the survey, rather than all 30 general managers.)