The First Annual NBA Offseason Stock Report: Part One (Teams 21-29)

May 31st, 2010 by Alex Tichenor Leave a reply »
This is the first annual NBA Stock Report.

Basically it's rating the stock of NBA teams and how their immediate (next season) future looks. 

Every team is evaluated with four categories: Good things about the team, bad things about the team, areas to improve, and ability to improve. Then I give my prediction on how the team will fare in the upcoming season. 

Obviously free agency and the draft haven't happened yet, but the point is to break down each team's potential before those happen with many assumptions being made about those events. It should be interesting to look back on after those events actually are completed.

This is a reverse order countdown, so it begins with 29 (you will see why later on) and ends with 21 for part one.

So without further ado, here is Part One of the first Annual NBA Stock Report.


29. Detroit Pistons: Down

The Good: Rodney Stuckey is okay. I guess.

The Bad: This is a team of overpaid, under performing veterans who will never be superstars. It's going to take a while to build a winner in Detroit again.

What they need ...

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