Every NBA team has it's goal of success, both fantastical and realistic, and 29 teams know, every year, that, essentially, they will fail. Only one can be champion. For the unlucky 29 who aren't champion, the offseason bring about an opportunity to reevaluate, re-tinker, and re-haul squads so that the realistic goals get closer to the fantastical ones.
During playoff time, it's hard to find news on player movements and desires, but at this point, 24 teams have been cut from chasing the ring and all they can do is watch their enemies continue to pursue a title. That's a lot of free time to plot for revenge and get a second (third, fourth, or fifth) chance.
Some do this by drafting heavily. Others peruse the free agent market. And some are lucky enough to have great talents people want that just don't work for their team.
This is an analysis, a rather black and white one (no extensive contract analysis or breakdown of possible trades), of what each team has in it's current roster both for sale and under lock and key. I try to look at what teams can't afford to lose, what teams might have no choice to lose, and what teams can benefit from being greedy with what they have.
This is a look at all 30 team's current trade and free agent speculation.