Every NBA Roster's Weakest Position for 2013-14

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Every NBA Roster's Weakest Position for 2013-14
Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports
Jordan needs to step up for the Clippers.

Every NBA team, no matter how good or bad, has a weak position on the roster.

Sometimes, it’s an inexperienced rookie who is in way over his head. Other times, it’s an aging veteran expected to shoulder a burden he no longer can carry.

Either way, every team is only as strong as its weakest link.

Whether you’re the two-time NBA champions Miami Heat or the two-time cellar-dwelling Charlotte Bobcats, it’s an issue that is equally as frustrating. Given the new CBA regulations, it’s also almost impossible to prevent.

Here are the positions where each of the 30 teams in the league could use some help.


Author's note: All depth chart information and player positioning are provided by ESPN.com.

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