Deal or No Deal? NBA’s Prospective Midseason Transactions

December 14th, 2009 by Josh Hickok Leave a reply »
We are a good distance into the regular season, and now that we have had a good look at the strengths and weaknesses of NBA teams we can start to see what the standings will look like at the end of the year. 

Some surprises and some disappointments, to be sure, but the top of the standings have been predictably stable. 

In a matter of weeks, teams will begin to shore up on talent as they make a push for the playoffs, and teams that are going to lose their best talent at the end of the year are weighing their options and tentatively feeling the market out for the upcoming fire sale.

So let's look at a few of the teams who will probably be moving some players (and some teams who can't), and see where they might fit in on other clubs.



This team is a bit difficult to understand, but one thing is for sure—they are not competing for a playoff spot anymore.

They have some great young talent in Lou Williams and Thaddeus Young, but beyond that the roster is open for improvement.

Iguodala is probably stuck because he is a fan favorite and he sports a large cont ...

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