As we get closer to seeing who will be playing in the finals, the rest of the league will have to watch on the couch and wonder what could have been.
There are many, many players who are good enough to help a team win a championship, but won't get to unless they surround themselves with better players.
As you can see from the picture, LeBron is obviously on this list. There are also quite a few other league stars on this list.
One-man teams can not win a title. We have seen that over the past few years with Cleveland. Those players have to have other great players to take the pressure off them.
In the next few years, you will see a major shake up in the league, roster wise.
Here's 10 players that need to move on to win a title.
Chris Paul is either the best or second best point guard in the league, depending on who you ask.
Ever since he started his career in Oklahoma City, he hasn't had a championship caliber team around him to make any kind of splash in the playoffs.
Plus, the Hornets have been rumored to be looking to trade CP3.
I'm hesitant of putting Amar'e on this list on account of the Suns' recent comeback in the Laker series.
However, they'd have a tough time beating Orlando or Boston, regardless of who they face.
Ever since Amar'e was supposed to be traded around the All-Star Break, he seemed to turn on some switch to turn into a beast of a player.
Phoenix could very well win a championship, but if he has more problems with the management, he could be looking to go to Miami or Cleveland.
No surprise here. Cleveland has tried to put a solid enough team together for LeBron, but it's only brought early exits and fired coaches.
He'll probably go to Chicago and win a couple before his career is all over.
For some reason, Dallas falls apart in the playoffs.
Dirk is the face of the franchise, so the chances of him moving on are slim to none, but he's a good enough player to win a couple championships before it's all said and done.
But even Dirk said he's going to do a lot of thinking about his future. So who knows, maybe we'll see Dirk in Chicago or in New York.
Chris Bosh will not win a title in Toronto. He will leave, no questions asked.
I still think the best place for him is Oklahoma City, but he'll end up with another star player like Wade or James, making an awesome duo.
Bosh is one of the biggest offseason headlines besides some guy named LeBron James.
Atlanta has the talent to win a title in the future, but they haven't seemed to take the next step ever since their surprising playoff appearance a couple years ago.
Al Horford will most likely end up in a bigger market team that's going for a championship in the next couple of years, if not this summer.
Even though I love Gerald Wallace on the Bobcats, I've heard quite a few rumors that he's interested in checking out other teams in order to win a title.
The Bobcats could win a title, but they're still a few pieces away. This is one of my least favorites because Wallace is a perfect piece for them, but I understand wanting to win a championship now.
The Pacers won't be making any title runs in the near future. Danny Granger is one of the best natural shooters in the league and could definitely help another team win a title.
Even though he's the franchise player for Indiana, I'm sure he'll have enough money to try and leave for another team and get a ring.
Another big summer headline, David Lee has to leave New York to get a ring. New York has the money, but it's doubtful they'll land LeBron or D-Wade.
David Lee is a star player and could land in Oklahoma City this summer and help a talented Thunder squad. That's my dream, anyway.
Monta Ellis is a talented player who's pretty underrated. Golden State is a young team that will most likely take awhile to build into a title contender.
Ellis could very well try and bolt for a contender team, but it all depends on whether he thinks Golden State has a chance in the next few years to make to the title level.