2010-11 NBA Season: Every Team's Biggest Weakness and How They'll Address It

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2010-11 NBA Season: Every Team's Biggest Weakness and How They'll Address It
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Through two weeks of NBA action and with everyone in the win column, each team has something positive going on, whether it's an unexpected breakout from a player, improved team defense or just overall dominant play.

And some franchises and fan bases have reason to be more excited than others. The Lakers, for example, look like they were the team that should have been pegged to win 70 games, while last year's feel-good story, the Thunder, have struggled a bit in their first handful of games.

While there are several positive vibes floating around various teams, at the end of the year, only one will be truly content with how the season played out. The other 29 will be left wondering what went wrong.

There are only a handful of teams that have a realistic chance of winning the title this year, and they all possess their own unique blend of skills and strengths.

But in the end, it'll more than likely be each team's weaknesses that are exploited in the postseason and ultimately spell their demise.

So what is each team's biggest weakness? And more importantly, is there anything they can do (a change in philosophy, rotation, player acquisitions via trade or free agency, etc.) to rectify what could be a fatal flaw?

Glad you asked. Let's take a look at each team in alphabetical order. starting with the Atlanta Hawks.

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