No matter how much any fan or executive may try to sell it, there is no such thing as a perfect basketball team. If that were the case, teams like the Miami Heat or Oklahoma City Thunder would win 70-plus games on a regular basis.
The fact is that winning teams are built by taking a base idea and adjusting it over the course of 82 games so that the best result may be achieved. In the end, the team whose adjustments work best is usually the one that takes a championship ring home.
As we approach the 2012-13 season, it's clear that many NBA teams out there are just one switch away from strongly contending, or at least getting back on the right track to doing so.
One case that has been the talk of the town for months comes out of New York Knicks' camp, where the question remains: can Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire play together? Well, why not eliminate the problem entirely and have one of the two be the sixth man, thus eliminating any potential chemistry issue?
Of course, the Knicks' issue is practically nothing compared to some of the adjustments the rest of the NBA teams should make. In fact, it could very well be the smallest of all.