NBA Lockout Ends: What It Means for All 30 Teams

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NBA Lockout Ends: What It Means for All 30 Teams
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Rejoice NBA fans! For the lockout has ended after nearly 150 days and basketball will be here on Christmas Day.

Can the Dallas Mavericks repeat as NBA champions in 2012? Will Derrick Rose take home league MVP honors again? Where will the heavy free agents fall and when will a season-altering trade happen? So many questions are waiting to be answered.

A shortened, 66-game season brings hope to all 30 teams, and should produce more fireworks than ever before.

Finally, the discussion is not about the terms of a new CBA, or revenue split. We are talking free agent signings and potential trades.

Join Bleacher Report as we take a peek at what the end of the lockout means for all 30 NBA teams' free agent prospects, trade possibilities and salary cap issues.

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