Hold up, we're not quite finished yet.
As the NBA offseason trudges along, slowly but surely making its way to opening night, a number of teams aren't quite ready.
Rosters, admittedly, are like fine works of art in that they're never really complete. Work can continue to be done; improvements can still be made. Certain holes are simply more noticeable than others.
That doesn't necessarily mean teams with gaping vacancies are worse off than their counterparts. One organization could've amassed talent in one area while neglecting another and still be a championship contender.
In most cases, this isn't true. Rebuilding outfits usually boast the most conspicuous of weaknesses. But it does happen. Whether you're gearing up for a title chase or being resigned to a lottery appearance, you're not perfect.
Select flaws, however, are just too apparent to ignore.