One Reason to Hate Every NBA Team's Roster Heading into the 2012-2013 Season

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One Reason to Hate Every NBA Team's Roster Heading into the 2012-2013 Season
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There's been plenty of turnover on NBA rosters heading into the first full season under the new CBA. The 2012-13 campaign features great storylines like Dwight Howard and Steve Nash in L.A., the Nets' first season in Brooklyn and LeBron James' first attempt to defend a title.

While there's plenty to be excited about across the league, there's also reason for concern on some rosters, even on the ones expected to contend for an NBA championship.

For instance, the Miami Heat's depth could now be considered a negative. The new faces on teams like Houston, Dallas and Toronto have undeniably spiced up the roster, but it remains to be seen if that's enough to compete with the big boys of their respective conferences.

By taking a pessimistic look at each NBA roster, we can analyze some of the weaknesses each roster currently boasts. Although some are contenders and others are not, every team has a weakness. 

Outlining a look at all 30 NBA teams and their current rosters, here's one reason why you should hate each one this year. From Atlanta to Washington, you won't want to miss these weaknesses that might keep your favorite team from making a playoff push.

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