With so many super teams today, it seems you need to have a star at every position if you want to win.
Look at the starters in Miami, Oklahoma City and Los Angeles, and try to pick out the weakest link. That player is still arguably a top-ten player at his position.
It's easy to look at each team and decide who their best player is. It's not hard to pick out the best six men, either. Sure, we love to give props to good players and guys that don't get enough recognition sometimes.
What about the others?
There are some teams in the league that have only average talent at some starting positions. Whether it's because another player is leaving or someone is recovering from an injury, these guys are going to be "starters" when the season kicks off next month.
Unfortunately for their teams, they represent holes that will need to be filled as soon as possible.