Projected 2010-11 NBA Season Western Conference Starting Lineups

July 29th, 2010 by Preston DeGarmo Leave a reply »
The highly anticipated free agent frenzy of 2010 has long since reached its climax and is starting to wind down. Few big name free agents remain on the market, and teams with devastated rosters from attempting to free up cap space are using their money to sign the remaining role players they need to have a complete team. As the smoke around the NBA clears, it reveals a very different league than the one we watched last season. The Eastern Conference in particular has been shaken up, with the formation of the Miami Heat Triumvirate, the revamped rosters of the New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls, and the crushing of the cities of Cleveland and Toronto. With so much change happening in the Eastern Conference, the West hasn't been given nearly as much attention, despite a large amount of changes occurring in the West side too. So, I have article to take a look at the changes to the composition of the teams of the competitive Western Conference. Enjoy!Begin Slideshow


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