We've all seen each NBA team for enough games to decipher just how every team's early season is going. Though that may have zero weight on the final outcomes, the panic meter is definitely being brought up.
There are just as many underachieving teams as there are overachieving through the 2012-13 season's opening weeks. For some, an answer in sight may be calming, but for others the answers may not be clear.
There have been numerous injuries to star players at the outset of the season. These injuries are lingering issues that arouse a certain level of panic in their franchise's fanbases. Superstars like Dirk Nowitzki, Derrick Rose and Kevin Love haven't seen the court yet and their teams are struggling because of it.
On top of that, we have already seen the first NBA coaching change as the Lakers have fired Mike Brown and his Princeton offense, replacing it with the run and gun game of Mike D'Antoni.
Two weeks into the NBA season, the panic meter is fully honed in on the action.