Let's say this season doesn't live up to the hype, will your team at least get a good draft pick?
Golden State has the highest over/under for wins, while the Spurs, Cavaliers, and Thunder are close behind. No love for the Lakers or Knicks, though.
Mikhail Prokhorov turned the Nets into a valuable business and destroyed the product in the process.
The Nets ended the Deron Williams era, but have gotten more athletic and kept Brook Lopez. Is that enough to make the playoffs in the East?
Winning titles is why teams compete. But is there value in teams looking to simply be "good" as long as they keep their futures open?
How did most teams find their core of players? Was it through the draft, free agency, or trade? Is it time to realize that free agency dreams just aren't realistic in the NBA?
After severe luxury tax payments and the mortgaging of their future assets, have the Nets learned their lesson?
The Hornets got their guy, but they also turned down four first-round picks for him. What was the thought process, and what does this mean for the expectations on Frank the Tank?
Not every Eastern team this offseason passed with flying colors like the Cavs, Heat and Bucks. Our experts are split on just how well the Nets, Hornets, Pacers and Wizards fared.
Could three 2014 draft picks push the Grizzlies' older contingent for playing time this season? It's entirely possible if their summer league performances are any indication.

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