The One 2014 Deadline Move Each NBA Team's Fanbase Most Wants to See Made

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The One 2014 Deadline Move Each NBA Team's Fanbase Most Wants to See Made
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As the Feb. 20 NBA trade deadline approaches, each team surely has pondered some type of move to better position themselves for success—either by addition or subtraction. 

Unlike in years past, we've already seen a number of deals this season before deadline day, most notably with Luol Deng becoming a Cleveland Cavalier, Jordan Crawford changing coasts and joining the Golden State Warriors, and the Sacramento Kings taking a gamble on volume scorer Rudy Gay. 

Now, as teams have a clearer outlook of where they may be headed, we're almost surely in for a number of swaps that could shape the playoff picture on both ends. Teams like the Oklahoma City Thunder are in the market for one last championship piece (via Yahoo Sports), while the meddling, rebuilding teams—namely the Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers—have some assets they'd like to pawn off before trading season is through. 

Each team's devoted fan contingent certainly must have a few potential maneuvers drawn up already. Ahead, we break down each team's most fruitful swap, if one was to be made before the deadline.

 

All stats courtesy of basketball-reference.com, unless otherwise noted

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