No NBA team is ever perfect.
There are no flawless squads littering the current landscape of the Association, nor can you find any perfect ones throughout the annals of the sport's history. Not even Michael Jordan's 72-win Chicago Bulls managed to fill every single possible hole in the roster.
And if there's no such thing as perfection, then every team has at least one biggest need.
It's just logical.
Given the composition of the team's roster heading into the offseason, as well as the strengths and weaknesses that defined its successes and failures during the 2013-14 season, certain needs trump the others. These are the ones that will lead to the biggest turnarounds, whether discussing the immediate future or the long-term welfare of the franchise in question.
So, how can the teams picking in the 2014 NBA draft take advantage of a loaded class of incoming first-year players and make their rosters that much better?
It's worth noting that you won't see the Brooklyn Nets, Golden State Warriors, New Orleans Pelicans, New York Knicks or Portland Trail Blazers appearing in this article. None of them have any selections in the June 26 proceedings, so it's awfully difficult for them to address any needs in that manner.