A few free-agency dominoes still need to fall into place, but for the most part the NBA's offseason house cleaning is finished.
For better or worse, teams have reshaped their rosters—some forcing their way into championship contention, others falling from the elite ranks and most doing something in between the two extremes.
Now that each club has moved close to its 2014-15 form, it's possible to take a look at where every franchise is strongest. In a superstars league, it comes as no surprise that a lot of teams' best position on the floor just so happens to be filled by its best player.
That is not, however, an unbreakable rule. Some teams find their greatest positional strength in depth, while others draw their strongest power from a collection of versatile players all capable of bringing their own skill to the same spot on the floor.
Whether bolstered by star power or the power in numbers, this is where each NBA roster is strongest heading into the 2014-15 campaign.