Now that we've entered September, it's time to finally put NBA free agency in the rear view mirror. As much fun as it was watching LeBron James light a torch to his reputation, we'll put the "take my talents to South Beach" line in our pockets and move on towards next season.
We've got a new team of Super Friends down in Miami looking to dethrone the Lakers from NBA supremacy, a blossoming young team in Oklahoma City led by the youngest scoring champion in NBA history and 27 other NBA teams who will enter the preseason this year dreaming of winning an NBA title.
With all the free agent activity this summer, more uncertainty than ever seems to be floating around the NBA. Beyond the questions about a lockout next season, we've now got teams like the Knicks and the Heat who've redone their starting lineups to the point of being unrecognizable, and teams like the Spurs and the Celtics hoping their aging lineups can hold together for one more championship run.
For the past few weeks, I've been sitting down and pondering 100 questions facing the NBA in the 2010-11 season. From rookies to a 38-year-old Shaquille O'Neal, to 12-win teams to a team challenging the all-time single season wins record, the NBA promises to hit its fans with a captivating storyline on a nightly basis this season.
Without further ado, here are the Top 100 questions for the 2010-11 NBA season, starting with No. 100.