Best and Worst Scenarios for Every NBA Team's 2013 Offseason

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Best and Worst Scenarios for Every NBA Team's 2013 Offseason
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Of the 30 franchises in the NBA today, 22 could care less about the outcome of the next few weeks.

All their attention is solely focused on the offseason and what their plans are moving forward as an organization. 

With no 2013-14 salary cap announced, we can gauge from the 2012-13 number of $58.044 million. The tax level for the year was $70.304 million. 

The 2013 free agency class has some big names and even more quality role players. Who has money to spend on them will be the most interesting part of the next few months.

While not everything is hit or miss and black and white, each team has a pretty interesting best or worst-case scenario. The chances are, most will wind up in some gray area in between, but extremes are important for a basis.

With factors such as who is making the decisions, how much money is available, and who is available to take that money, weighing on the outcome, it should be a wild summer for NBA movement.

All stats were accurate as of May 10, 2013.

All salary figures were taken from

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