East grades: Who did best, worst in NBA draft, trades and free agency?

Isaiah Thomas hopes to do big things with the Celtics in 2017-18 with free-agent acquisition Gordon Hayward. Gerald Herbert/AP

With July and the bulk of free agency in the books, now is a good time to look back at the moves teams have made to try to improve for the upcoming 2017-18 season and beyond.

After grading the West on Tuesday, here are my grades for East teams based on how well they took advantage of the opportunities they had to add to their roster via free agency, the draft and trades. Teams are graded on what's in their control, not the decisions of free agents to go elsewhere.

So how did your favorite team grade out? Let's take a look.