In the past few years, NBA teams have been able to find some of the most promising talent in the world.
But there is a reason the league has a unique talent pool, and it has to do with the sheer number of players available.
This year, the NBA is expected to have around 60 players, which is an increase from the previous season.
While the majority of the league is set, there are some teams who are still waiting to find their footing.
Some of the teams in need of an overhaul: The Houston Rockets, Brooklyn Nets, Portland Trail Blazers, Denver Nuggets, Dallas Mavericks, Portland Thunder, Golden State Warriors, Utah Jazz, Orlando Magic, and Phoenix Suns.
The Heat have a good chance to make it into the top half of the NBA.
The organization is building a championship contender in Dwyane Wade, who is expected be a top-10 pick.
Miami is expected the No. 1 seed in the East, which makes them a team that will be able to make the playoffs if they make the NBA Finals.
A team that could potentially be able avenge a season ago’s NBA Finals loss could be the Orlando Magic.
They have a lot of talent, but they are a young team that hasn’t had a top player since Evan Fournier in 2014.
There are other teams that could be in the mix for the top seed.
New Orleans Pelicans have the potential to make a run in the playoffs.
They are a team looking to build a contender.
But the franchise has yet to make an impact.
The front office should be looking for a new GM and should not be worried about the salary cap.
Dallas Mavericks have the ability to make some noise this season.
They signed Dirk Nowitzki to a five-year deal, which will pay him $102 million over the next five years.
He has the potential of being a top 10 pick.
He also has the ability of being an elite point guard in the NBA, which could help him earn a max contract.
Minnesota Timberwolves are also in a good spot.
They drafted Ricky Rubio, a versatile point guard, in the second round of the 2016 NBA Draft.
He could be a great addition to the Timberwolves’ front court.
The Timberwolves could be on the verge of a run at the NBA Playoffs, which would be the first playoff berth since 2012.