The prospect of a healthy 'Zo and Micky Arison's checkbook outweigh a weak fan base and having to succeed Pat Riley.
Geoff Petrie finds energetic players who can shoot and create. If Chris Webber re-signs, this is a dream opportunity.
The team's short-term fix is severe, but as soon as Michael Jordan has cap room, stars will clamor to play for him.
Allen Iverson is a handful, but he holds nothing back on the court.
Gone from champs to third-ranked team in Texas, but have Steve Francis and will have cap room post-Hakeem.
Combine two All-Stars and Herb Kohl's deep pockets and the sky (no matter how gray in Milwaukee) is the limit.
It all hinges on Vince Carter. If he opts not to re-sign, all you have are aging vets, disaffected fans and tax headaches.
Uncertainty with new ownership group. Wally Walker's personnel moves have been hit-and-miss.
There's Kevin Garnett and a front office that has proved with Joe Smith it will do anything to win—even at the cost of four first-round picks.
Three problems: location, location, location. Hard to make headway in the loaded Pacific Division.