The NBA All-Star game festivities in Orlando, Fl. have begun, and the schedule is roughly half-way over. We've seen the good (Miami, Oklahoma City, the Clippers) rise to the occasion, the bad (Washington, Sacramento, Milwaukee) digress, and the ugly (Washington, New Orleans). And the really, really, really ugly (Charlotte).
We've witnessed Jeremy Lin provide the Cinderella story of the decade. A story that emerged in New York, no less. And we've seen the Cinderella story's clock strike midnight at Miami.
And we've seen all this in about 33-35 games. With at least another 30 games left to serve as an opportune time to bounce back from recent woes, here are three NBA rosters that are most likely to finish out the season on a good note.