Regardless of what the league's head coaches and general managers may admit to in public, every NBA team has a number of things that they're concerned about this season.
In a number of cases, the impending free agency of a future All-Star may have wide-ranging effects on what a franchise may decide to do prior to the NBA's trade deadline.
Meanwhile, a number of coaching staffs around the NBA are trying to mitigate the impact of an injury to one of their key players. And on the lower end of the scale, other teams are simply looking for someone on their roster to step up and assume a leadership role before chaos reigns in the locker room.
Even the league's best teams have a laundry list of concerns, despite how well those clubs may look on paper. And as recent history has taught us, the teams left standing at the end of the year will likely be those who were best able to handle the crises that they faced throughout the season.