As everyone's attention turns to the playoff teams surging toward the finish, a few of the league's worst clubs are stuck with the less exciting—but just as critical—task of evaluating themselves in advance of massive summer overhauls.
The NBA's elite clubs are set, but the teams filling out the lower reaches of the Association will have to make some changes before they'll be ready to take a step up the ladder. In addition, a couple of clubs on the fringes of playoff contention will also have to take long looks at themselves before busy summer free agency periods.
That means deciding what to do with cap space and making tough decisions regarding team options.
As the saying goes, "change is good." For these struggling clubs, it's also necessary.