While some NBA teams will be celebrating making the playoffs over the next few weeks and preparing for a lot of success moving forward, other teams will be asking themselves “what is next,” after what is or could end up being a disappointing season.
Some of these teams that will be looking for answers in the offseason will not be making the playoffs this year, but there are still some teams that will have to really sit down and evaluate their futures in the offseason.
Every year, we see teams look to try and “build for the future” and most recently, we saw the Orlando Magic do so at the NBA trade deadline. This featured veteran players such as Nikola Vucevic, Aaron Gordon, and Evan Fournier being moved.
Orlando had made the playoffs for two consecutive years, but they were far off from being anything special, which is why they tore everything down and have started over once again, looking to build a team that can be sustainable and competitive in future years.
These three teams that we are going to be talking about may not be in as bad of a position as the Orlando Magic in terms of having to rebuild their roster fully, but these teams still have plenty of things that need to be fixed/addressed in the offseason.
With that said, let’s take a look at three teams facing some tough questions this coming offseason.