The 2012 NBA offseason has been a blur, as a flurry of transactions have been rumored and nixed. Each NBA team’s starting five has gotten either better or worse, and now it is time to rank them.
Many of the teams in the NBA look drastically different than they did just a few months ago. Some have made great additions to make their team much better, while others lost significant pieces and have become significantly worse.
Here, each NBA team’s roster will be ranked No. 1 through No. 30. Remember, this is based purely on the starting five without taking any bench players into account. With that in mind, sit back and enjoy these rankings of the current starting units now that the free-agency period has mostly come and gone.