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It's the first week of the NBA season, which means you will watch a bunch of games and think, "Oh, I didn't know so-and-so was on this new team."

You can avoid this. Look below and discover the one new player on each team you probably didn't know is now on that team. Gerald Green is back with the Celtics? Roy Hibbert is a Hornet? Chris Andersen is reunited with LeBron James? Yeah, you probably didn't know all that. Now, you can be the random dude who knows Gerald Henderson is on the 76ers.

Also, in case you missed it, Kevin Durant is on the Warriors, Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah are on the Knicks, Rajon Rondo and Dwyane Wade are on the Heat, Al Horford went to the Celtics, Harrison Barnes and Andrew Bogut went to the Mavericks, Jeff Teague is home with the Pacers, Serge Ibaka went to the Magic, Timofey Mozgov got paid to go to the Lakers, Evan Turner signed with the Blazers and Jeremy Lin went to the Nets. Now, you're caught up on the NBA.

Boston Celtics: Gerald Green

Getty Images Boston Celtics: Gerald Green

That's right. The kid is back. Green won the NBA Slam Dunk Contest in 2007 as a 21-year-old second-year player. That offseason, he was shipped to the Timberwolves as part of the Kevin Garnett deal. In between Boston stints, he played for seven NBA teams, three foreign clubs and one D-League team.

Brooklyn Nets: Anthony Bennett

Getty Images Brooklyn Nets: Anthony Bennett

The No. 1 overall pick in 2013 played with three teams in his first three years, and he was even sent down to the D-League by the Raptors a season ago. Brooklyn is giving Bennett a fourth chance. Considering the lack of depth on the roster and low expectations, Bennett may finally have a chance to prove himself.

New York Knicks: Brandon Jennings

Getty Images New York Knicks: Brandon Jennings

Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah were the Knicks' big offseason acquisitions, and you may have missed Jennings. A former No. 10 pick by the Bucks, Jennings only played in 48 games with the Pistons and Magic in 2015-16 after undergoing surgery for a ruptured Achilles tendon. He will be the Knicks' sixth man, assuming he does not take over the starting point guard role from Rose.

 

Philadelphia 76ers: Gerald Henderson

Getty Images Philadelphia 76ers: Gerald Henderson

The hoopla around the Sixers is all about the youth: Ben Simmons, Jahlil Okafor, Joel Embiid, Nerlens Noel and Dario Saric. Henderson, 28, has played 463 games in seven seasons for the Hornets and Blazers, but there is only player on the team older: 30-year-old Sergio Rodriguez, who returns to the U.S. after six seasons in Spain.

Toronto Raptors: Jared Sullinger

Getty Images Toronto Raptors: Jared Sullinger

Back issues dropped Sullinger down to No. 21 in the 2012 NBA Draft, but in four years in Boston, the 6-9, 260-pound power forward/center made most teams regret passing on him. Sullinger has a new home in Toronto, where he will meet the Celtics four times a year.

Chicago Bulls: Michael Carter-Williams

Getty Images Chicago Bulls: Michael Carter-Williams

If you missed this, don't worry. The trade of Tony Snell to the Bucks for Carter-Williams took place last week. Chicago will be the former Rookie of the Year's third NBA home. Although Carter-Williams has started 170 of his 190 career games, he will need to share the Bulls' backcourt with Rajon Rondo and Dwyane Wade, who have 16 All-Star Games between them.

Cleveland Cavaliers: Chris Andersen

Getty Images Cleveland Cavaliers: Chris Andersen

Andersen, a graduate of Miami's LeBron James School for Role Players with Shane Battier, James Jones and Norris Cole, is reunited with The King in Cleveland. At 38, Andersen is far past his prime and is now entering Cleveland's LeBron James School For Random Veterans, which includes Brendan Haywood, Kendrick Perkins and Mo Williams.

Detroit Pistons: Boban Marjanovic

Getty Images Detroit Pistons: Boban Marjanovic

The 7-foot-3 Serbia snuck out of San Antonio and into Detroit. Marjanovic, 28, played in 54 games, averaging 5.5 points and 3.6 rebounds in his first NBA season with the Spurs, playing behind Tim Duncan, LaMarcus Aldridge, David West and Boris Diaw. In Detroit, Marjanovic is on a three-year, $21 million contract, getting paid to make a much greater contribution.

Indiana Pacers: Al Jefferson

Getty Images Indiana Pacers: Al Jefferson

Now 31, the big man has 813 games in 12 seasons for four different teams. However, in Indiana, Jefferson will not be asked to put up superstar numbers. Instead, he will share the front court with Myles Turner, Thaddeus Young and Kevin Seraphin. Jefferson could especially be a mentor to Turner, the Pacers' 20-year-old second-year center, who could be a superstar in the making.

Milwaukee Bucks: Matthew Dellavedova

Getty Images Milwaukee Bucks: Matthew Dellavedova

Not all good things last forever, so Delly is no longer a Cleveland Cavalier. The Aussie guard signed a four-year, $38 million contract with the Bucks, who also imported Michael Beasley and Jason Terry.

Atlanta Hawks: Dwight Howard

Getty Images Atlanta Hawks: Dwight Howard

Sure, Howard is an eight-time All-Star and a huge NBA name, but his free agency was quiet this offseason. After an underwhelming four year-run with the Lakers and Rockets, Howard comes back east. Specifically, he comes home to Atlanta. Howard will need to fill the shoes of departed All-Stars Al Horford and Jeff Teague.

Charlotte Hornets: Roy Hibbert

Getty Images Charlotte Hornets: Roy Hibbert

One of the top centers in the NBA during this prime, Hibbert seemed to fall off a cliff in the 2014 postseason, recording four scoreless games, the most ever by an All-Star in a postseason. Hibbert's production dropped during the past two seasons with the Pacers and Lakers. He will try to find a purpose in Charlotte, although he will compete for time with Frank Kaminsky, Cody Zeller and Spencer Hawes.

Miami Heat: Derrick Williams

Getty Images Miami Heat: Derrick Williams

Williams, the No. 2 overall pick in 2011, is entering journeyman status, now with his fourth club. A standard offensive boost-no defense guy, Williams may see some extra minutes off the bench with Chris Bosh essentially out of commission for good.

Orlando Magic: Jeff Green

Getty Images Orlando Magic: Jeff Green

Yeah, this one came out of nowhere. The 30-year-old is headed to Disney World after nine seasons with the Thunder, Celtics, Grizzlies and Clippers. Green could see a bit of a rebirth playing with ex-teammate Serge Ibaka.

Washington Wizards: Trey Burke

Getty Images Washington Wizards: Trey Burke

The Naismith Award winner at Michigan never really found his way with the Jazz. Burke gets a new start in Washington, where he was traded for a 2021 second-round pick, a slap in the face for a point guard who has scored in double digits in all three of his NBA seasons. Burke will begin the season well behind starters John Wall and Bradley Beal on the depth chart.

Denver Nuggets: Juan Hernangomez

Getty Images Denver Nuggets: Juan Hernangomez

The Knicks are making a big deal about Willy, Juan's 22-year-old brother, coming over to play in New York, but Juan, 21, is probably the player to watch. The Best Young Player Award winner in Spain in 2016, Juan was the No. 15 overall pick by the Nuggets (his brother was a second-round pick in 2015). The Nuggets did not make much noise in the offseason, but they may have snagged a gem in the draft.

Minnesota Timberwolves: Jordan Hill

Getty Images Minnesota Timberwolves: Jordan Hill

With all the young talent in Minnesota, it is easy to miss the addition of Hill. Considered a complete bust with the Knicks after getting selected No. 8 overall in the 2009 NBA Draft, Hill should serve as a strong mentor to the Wolves' front court youth.

Oklahoma City Thunder: Ersan Ilyasova

Getty Images Oklahoma City Thunder: Ersan Ilyasova

For so long, it was a given Ilyasova was with the Bucks (2005-2007, 2009-2015), but he finally went elsewhere, getting traded to the Pistons in 2015. Ilyasova played in Detroit and Orlando in 2015-16 before being shipped to Oklahoma City. Ilyasova is no Kevin Durant, but he will provide a sense of forward depth in the post-KD Era.

Portland Trail Blazers: Festus Ezeli

Getty Images Portland Trail Blazers: Festus Ezeli

Remember that viral video of Ezeli in a Lyft thinking the Warriors traded him? Well, that kind of became a reality when Ezeli signed with the Blazers in July. Ezeli will share center time with Mason Plumlee, but he will not have Stephen Curry for outlet passes.

Utah Jazz: Joe Johnson

Getty Images Utah Jazz: Joe Johnson

The Jazz got crazy and signed the 35-year-old Johnson. After stealing money from the Nets for four years, Johnson gave Utah a favorable, two-year, $22 million deal. Veteran Boris Diaw joins Johnson in the old-man area of the locker room.

Dallas Mavericks: Seth Curry

Getty Images Dallas Mavericks: Seth Curry

Steph's younger brother finally got paid this offseason (two years, $5.9 million). The 26-year-old guard, who spent five years in college and most of his first two pro years in the D-League, earned a consistent roster spot with the Kings last season. He is expected to be a critical piece to the Mavs' new-look rotation this year.

Houston Rockets: Nene

Getty Images Houston Rockets: Nene

Nene, 34, showed a clear decline in his final years in Washington, moving to the bench. He may open the season on the bench in Houston, but with Dwight Howard's departure opening up doors in the paint, Nene could see increased value on a playoff team.

Memphis Grizzlies: Chandler Parsons

Getty Images Memphis Grizzlies: Chandler Parsons

It almost feels like Parsons has been on the Grizzlies already because he has spent his whole career playing on good, but not great, teams. Parsons joins a solid lineup with Mike Conley, Marc Gasol, Zach Randolph and Tony Allen. The Grizzlies should be right in the middle of the playoff pack before they lose to the Warriors, Spurs, Thunder or Clippers.

New Orleans Pelicans: Lance Stephenson

Getty Images New Orleans Pelicans: Lance Stephenson

Since leaving Indiana, Stephenson has had ugly stints with the Hornets and Clippers. Stephenson showed a glimpse of his old form with the Grizzlies at the end of 2015-16. With Tyreke Evans and Jrue Holiday both out, Stephenson has a chance to earn a role in the backcourt early in the season.

San Antonio Spurs: David Lee

Getty Images San Antonio Spurs: David Lee

Four seasons ago, Lee made his second All-Star Game. Last year, he could barely hold a spot in the rotation with the Celtics and Mavericks. San Antonio may be the 33-year-old's last hope to revive his career, but it's a good one. Boris Diaw looked down and out before a Gregg Popovich revival. Why can't Lee experience the same thing?

Golden State Warriors: David West

Getty Images Golden State Warriors: David West

For the second straight year, West took a ridiculously low salary to play for a contender. One season after backing up Tim Duncan and LaMarcus Aldridge in San Antonio, West is in Golden State on a one-year, $1.6 million deal. His signing was a relief for the Warriors, who lost Andrew Bogut, Marreese Speights and Festus Ezeli, due in part to accommodate Kevin Durant's salary.

Los Angeles Clippers: Marreese Speights

Getty Images Los Angeles Clippers: Marreese Speights

Maybe the happiest-looking guy in the NBA, Speights lived a pretty sweet life as a Warriors role player. Doc Rivers still values his big men in an old school type of way, and DeAndre Jordan, Blake Griffin, Brandon Bass and Speights should be a force every night.

Los Angeles Lakers: Luol Deng

Getty Images Los Angeles Lakers: Luol Deng

In last year's playoffs as a member of the Heat, Deng reminded fans the two-time All-Star still has game. Now 31, he is under a fat four-year, $72 million to play for the Lakers. No. 2 overall pick Brandon Ingram is coming for Deng's minutes, even if Deng is getting paid like a star.

Phoenix Suns: Leandro Barbosa

Getty Images Phoenix Suns: Leandro Barbosa

For the third time in his career, the 33-year-old guard is in Phoenix. With Stephen Curry injured for part of the 2016 postseason, Barbosa showed he could still play at a high level. At the least, Barbosa is a formidable mentor to Eric Bledsoe, Devin Booker, Brandon Knight and Tyler Ulis with the Suns.

Sacramento Kings: Matt Barnes

Getty Images Sacramento Kings: Matt Barnes

Where oh where is Matt Barnes this year? Sacramento! The 36-year-old grinder is back on the West Coast after one year in Memphis. Barnes is now on his 11th team (twice with the Clippers and Kings). Barnes won't put this struggling franchise in the postseason for the first time since 2006, but maybe he is the bad boy partner-in-crime DeMarcus Cousins has been looking for his whole career.

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