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NBA Podcast: Teams with the Best Rebuilding Pieces

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Joel C. CordesFeatured Columnist IIIJanuary 17, 2017

Options are always good, especially for these NBA teams who may be facing some rebuilding projects.

It's not just about the bottom-feeders who need a complete overhaul either. There are plenty middle-of-the-pack franchises who have the pieces to tinker. Sometimes the right move or two can be the catalyst for taking a team over the top.

In this episode of Basketball by Association, NBA assistant editors Ethan Norof and Joel C. Cordes detail which franchises have the flexibility to reshape their rosters, along with which squads really need to swing at the NBA trade deadline.

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