The offseason is one of the hardest times on fans because of the uncertainty. The fate of your team is not in the players' hands, per se, but in the general managers', and you have to wait and see what changes they will try to make to win the championship next year—or worse, to give up on next season and try to make a run at it the following year.
What each team needs is very different, and that's why having a good GM can make or break your team and upcoming season.
While everyone knows who some typically good GMs are, even they can make bad choices.
Here's what the best GMs would do in the offseason.