Things tend to tighten up in March.
Every possession counts. Teams know opponents' tendencies and pull out all the stops they can to stop them. So it's good to have options.
If a team doesn't have options, well, it can still win. But it's a heck of a lot harder.
This is a list of one-dimensional teams that are on course for postseason play—in some cases, deep postseason play—but whose one-dimensional natures may pose problems.
Am I saying they're bad teams? No. Given these are teams destined for the postseason, that wouldn't make sense. They're merely one-dimensional, to their potential detriment.
Got it? Great. Let's get it on.
All statistics are accurate as of February 5 and courtesy of ESPN.com unless otherwise noted.