Since we're on the topic of fixing rosters that aren't going anywhere, I thought I'd highlight a few teams that shouldn't touch the bulk of their rosters. While a few minor moves could be made here and there, these are the teams that are set for a successful future.
Utah Jazz- The Jazz are set for years to come as long as most of their players develop as they should. With a core of Gordon Hayward, Paul Millsap, Derrick Favors, Alec Burks, and Enes Kanter this team could do damage in a few years. If they can trade Big Al for a point guard and get rid of Devin Harris, I smell championships in the future.
Oklahoma City Thunder- It would be ridiculous if they even thought about breaking up the core of this team. They are set for titles for years to come.
Miami Heat- Once they find a solid defensive center who can also get rebounds, Miami will be dangerous. Steve Nash might also be taking his talents to South Beach in the future.
Indiana Pacers- They are right on the fringe of contention and nothing needs to be changed. If they can somehow pull in Eric Gordon next year, this team will be set for years.
Chicago Bulls- I've said before that they should pull off a trade for Josh Smith, but even without that the Bulls should be set for years. The only weak link in that roster is Carlos Boozer.