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The Washington Wizards (23-59) need help from actual wizards in order to conjure up some road victories. Washington only had three road wins for the entire season (3-38)! The amount of picks they had in the draft is the same amount of
The Utah Jazz (39-43) are looking to rebuild after the organization forced former head coach Jerry Sloan out of town. Luckily, the Jazz had two lottery picks in this year's NBA Draft. 3. Enes Kanter - C - Turkey. 6'11", 259.&
The Toronto Raptors (22-60) can only go up after their crappy season. The lottery pick at #5 was their only pick in the draft so the Raptors were sort of under pressure not to mess that pick up. Uh-oh! Who did they pick?
The San Antonio Spurs (61-21) were busy on Draft Night even though they had the best record in the Western Conference last season. The wake-up call happened after they were ousted by the Memphis Grizzlies in the first round. Thus, they
Even a lockout this season would be better than that 24-58 record the Sacramento Kings had. The Kings were involved in a three team trade with the Bobcats and the Bucks in which they sent Beno Udrih to Milwaukee and obtained John Salmons
Portland did some wheeling and dealing on Draft night by obtaining PG Raymond Felton in a three-team trade with Denver and Dallas. At the end of the night, the Blazers ended up with three draft picks as well. 21. Nolan Smith - G - Duke. 6'
The Phoenix Suns (40-42) crashed back to reality last season after the Suns organization really thought they would make the playoffs without replacing Amar'e. This sort of thinking is kind of gay. (I am glad that the NBA playoffs are
The Philadelphia 76ers (41-41) improved drastically under their new coach Doug Collins. Although they lost in the playoffs in the first round to the Miami Heat, the Sixers actually competed and did not quit, which is a good sign for the
After making major trades last season that did not work, the Orlando Magic (52-30) are looking to pick up the pieces after a disappointing series loss to the Atlanta Hawks. The trades also destroyed their salary cap, so they have to build
The Oklahoma City Thunder (55-27) grew exponentially last season by reaching the NBA Western Conference Finals during the playoffs. However, it did seem like another scorer was needed to make this young team complete. Fortunately, the