Quite an offseason this has been so far!
Several players have landed in the city they want to play, and have inked the deals they deserved. However, one interesting fact that strikes some people about this off-season is that it has been a reuniting year for many. Several coaches and players have returned to the same team where they had success in their career.
Our first example is Chauncey Billups. Who can forget the underdog Pistons team that won the NBA championship back in 2004 when Chauncey was the leader! Well, after moving to some other teams, the point-guard has returned to the team where he gained success and a ring. In the same championship roster of 2004, another major role was played by Rasheed Wallace, who has also returned as the assistant coach in Detroit.
Next, Mike Brown can call Cleveland his home once again. The LeBron led and Brown coached Cavs made it to the finals in 2007, but soon Mike Brown was let go by the organization. The man has returned and will be coaching the Cavaliers for the 2013-2014 season.
Kurt Rambis is also under talks with the Lakers Organization and there is a huge possibility of him returning to the Lakers bench as an assistant coach to Mike D'Antoni. Another reunion is seen in the Indiana's front office where Larry Bird has returned after a year off.
That's not all folks, after parting ways with Dwight Howard, Lakers have decided to bring back some old players to L.A. The first such player was Jordan Farmar. After winning a championship with the Lakers, Farmar was playing in Turkey, but was bought out by the organization in order for him to play in L.A. Another player the Lakers are trying to bring back is Lamar Odom, who spent a year in Dallas and a year with the Clippers after he was dealt by the Lakers. However, all these players are reuniting once again.