Thanks to what promises to be a prolonged lockout, the players of the NBA should have plenty of time off during the summer.
However, all of that extra time in the offseason could result in a few different outcomes.
One possibility would be that players take it easy, falling out of shape and looking sluggish upon their return to play—a la Shawn Kemp after the 1999 NBA lockout.
Alternatively, some players might take that extra time to do what is necessary to up their game for the 2011-12 season.
But what exactly would this entail?
Well, this article will seek to answer that question, pointing out what each team's star player needs to work on this summer.