Now that it is the NBA offseason (and trust me, I have wishful thinking when it comes to the lockout), it is also time to speculate what exactly might happen in the coming months.
Will their be superstars dealt for one another, or will rosters remain relatively the same?
Nonetheless, I present to you in the following 25 slides the odds of each of the top guns in the league being traded this summer.
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I think at this point absolutely no one would be surprised if Josh Smith was dealt this summer. After all, he did make a wish list on the matter.
Orlando is potentially his best suitor, and I wouldn't be surprised if he was a member of the Magic roster come next season.
Although Danny Ainge has made it known that Rajon Rondo is not an untouchable, the odds of him actually being dealt this summer are remotely low.
The 6'1" speedster might not be ruling out a trade deadline deal though.
Unless a team offered a megastar or out-of-this-world talent for the former Kentucky Wildcat, I think it's safe to say he isn't going anywhere.
After all, this point guard is already, at 20 years of age, the cornerstone for the franchise of our nation's capital. In other news, I predict an eighth-seeded finish for the Wizards next season.
Here's a guy that, among all kinds of criticism and hate, actually turned in a pretty solid NBA Finals appearance individually.
Chris Bosh was the center of some trade talks earlier this offseason, but in reality, are the Heat really ready to deal a guy they want as their tertiary option for the next decade?
Even though he had a dismal (for him) 2010-11 campaign, Joe Johnson probably won't in turn be traded this offseason.
If anyone on the Hawks' roster is on their way out, you've got to think that it's Joe's counterpart, Josh Smith.
Although speculation has died down in the heat of the lockout, there's really no way that Stephen Curry and Monta Ellis can actually co-exist in an NBA backcourt.
There's too much non-defense played, and Ellis seems like the odd man out in the situation.
Just like Rajon Rondo before him, Celtics' management is open to the idea of trading Kevin Garnett.
But as he's on the back nine of his career, who will really trade their all for the aging star?
Prior to June's draft, there were many rumors regarding Steve Nash and a possible departure out of Phoenix.
I think there still could be some draw to the 37-year-old, but I'm not sure any team would take too big a risk in dealing for him.
Even though he was practically dangled before the NBA draft in June, Pau Gasol is most likely not going anywhere.
Although he was a major portion of the Lakers being swept in May, he shouldn't be going anywhere.
Like Gasol before him, Kevin Love was involved in some trade scenarios before David Kahn stated firmly that he would be on the roster next season.
I believe him for once, but we have seen stranger things happen.
The reason these odds are so low has to do with the fact that Zach Randolph just signed a contract with the Memphis Grizzlies.
Yeah, he's not going anywhere.
Russell Westbrook is a portion of the team's future.
There's no way they're about to give that up.
LaMarcus Aldridge really emerged as the best all-around power forward in the league last season.
That being said, there's no way the Blazers ship his talents this offseason. He's the leader of this club for years to come.
After an absolutely phenomenal rookie campaign, there's really no good reason as to why the Los Angeles Clippers would deal him.
There's actually a greater chance of me beating him one-on-one.
And I suck.
A pioneer of sorts of players who are moving overseas, Deron Williams will be a New Jersey Net until at least next season.
Then again, the team might just field offers for him.
Would the Knickerbockers actually deal Carmelo Anthony even though they just acquired him in February?
I say there's no chance.
In a way, Amar'e Stoudemire is like 'Melo in the fact that he probably won't get dealt this offseason.
In other news, the Knicks still don't realize that defense wins championships.
Now that the Hornets have relinquished Carl Landry and David West's rights, wouldn't it make sense to take the icing off the cake?
If the Dallas Mavericks somehow let Dirk Nowitzki escape from their clutches, it would be like the O.J. Simpson or Casey Anthony in basketball equivalence.
The Most Valuable Player of the 2010-11 season isn't going anywhere.
If he is, it'll be a shock to basketball fans everywhere.
Kobe Bryant is a Los Angeles Laker for life. Period.
There has been much speculation regarding the future of Dwight Howard. Seeing as he will most likely be dealt sometime in the next calendar year, there will be even more scenarios and possibilities set up.
That being said, I don't believe he's gone this summer.
If the Miami Heat really believe that trading the best player in their franchise's history is going to solve everything, then they can be my guest.
Maybe they'd do it if they had David Kahn as manager.
Kevin Durant is so loyal to his team that he probably wouldn't even consider any other teams.
He's like Michael Jordan in that aspect, and he's determined to be the next guy who leads a team from nothing to a championship (or in MJ's case, six).
Even if he did mess up in the Finals, you can't doubt that LeBron James is the most skilled player in the association.
Although people are calling for his head right now, it's hard to imagine LeBron moving after just one relatively successful season. In fact, they got to the place they wanted, just a different result.