End-of-Season Grades for Every NBA Franchise's Front Office

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End-of-Season Grades for Every NBA Franchise's Front Office
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Houston Rockets' Daryl Morey

The end-of-season grades for every NBA franchise's front office are measured by a combination of draft choices, trades and financial health of the roster, along with the ability to win games in 2012-13. 

The production of players selected in 2012 were considered, along with steps made by prominent members of the 2011 draft class for each team.

Trades that were made this offseason, or in some cases not made, all the way through the trade deadline in February were measured as well.  

The salary cap flexibility of each team heading into the 2013-14 campaign with a projected luxury tax line of $72 million factored into each grade, along with the overall record that resulted this season.

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