The 1 Player Each NBA Fanbase Hopes Doesn't Return Next Season

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The 1 Player Each NBA Fanbase Hopes Doesn't Return Next Season
Debby Wong-USA TODAY Sports
Lakers and Nets fans wouldn't mind seeing Steve Nash and Deron Williams disappear, respectively.

Heading into the 2014 offseason, each NBA team has at least one player who fans hope vanish between now and this fall, either via trade, free agency or a handful of other available options.

For some squads, the choice is easy. The amnesty clause didn't wipe out all of the dead weight around the league, as fans of the Chicago Bulls and Oklahoma City Thunder can not-so-happily attest. For the few teams with amnesties still available, this summer may finally be time to pull the trigger.

Other franchises, such as Atlanta and Portland, are largely devoid of such wastes of space. They simply must remain cautious upon entering free agency, lest they throw away the progress they made this season by overpaying one of their undeserving role players.

Based on past production, contract status and future potential, here's a look at the players each NBA fanbase would like to make disappear this offseason.

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