NBA Southeast Division: 3 Things Each Team Must Change Following All-Star Break

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NBA Southeast Division: 3 Things Each Team Must Change Following All-Star Break
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Will a team from the Southeast division win the title in 2012?

The NBA's Southeast Division features one of the top teams in the NBA, two of the worst teams in the NBA and sandwiched in between these two extremes are two above-average teams.

At the top is the Miami Heat, who are undoubtedly one of the top teams in basketball.  In the next tier behind the Heat, the Orlando Magic and Atlanta Hawks are neck and neck in battling for the Eastern Conference's fourth seed. 

Finally, there are two of the worst teams in the NBA in the Charlotte Bobcats and Washington Wizards.

With the All-Star break approaching, each of these teams will be looking at areas in which they can improve themselves not only for the remainder of this season but past this season.  These changes relate to issues ranging from flaws in the roster to the struggles of a team's players.

Here is a look at three things that each team should change following the All-Star break.

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