The most important preseason goal for every team in the NBA is that their best players emerge healthy enough to compete on opening night.
It's usually the simplest goals that yield the greatest result.
During Week 3 of NBA training camp, we found out that the Knicks, Timberwolves and Mavericks won't be afforded that luxury this year.
The Warriors also have reason for similar concern.
In Boston, however, a relatively new addition looks poised to realize the potential he was once traded for. In New Orleans, a 6'11" rookie is scoring from all over the court.
There's even a former dunk contest champion in Utah who posterized an NBA journeyman.
The Heat were asked questions that won't go away and a power forward from Portland said that he's the best in the league at his position.
Meanwhile, the Lakers welcomed their new center back to the active list at just the right time.