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Plenty to ponder

What's in store for perhaps the most anticipated NBA season in history?

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Atlantic

A new start

It's the beginning of a new era, but now it's time for Toronto to figure out what that means.

Southeast

Not for long?

If this is the end of the road for Jamal Crawford in Atlanta, will the Hawks make it something special?

Central

Ready for do-over

After signing a big deal, Charlie Villanueva vows to make up for a poor first season with the Pistons.

Southwest

Not going away

Richard Jefferson may play a huge role if the Spurs hope to remain a serious threat in the loaded West.

Northwest

Time to recognize

A new attitude -- and the continued growth of Kevin Love -- is pointing the Wolves in right direction.

Pacific

Embracing the part

Steve Nash and the new-look Suns are ready to embrace their new label of underdogs in the West.

The Rising

Team Preview: Oklahoma City Thunder

No longer a sleeper pick, the Thunder are a legitimate threat to the Lakers in the Western Conference.

Hang Time blog

Let's get this started

Amar'e is in NYC. Melo is unhappy. CP3 wants a trade. And that's not to mention the South Beach soap opera. Sekou Smith's Hang Time blog has the league covered.

GM Survey

2010-11 GM Survey Results: Predictions

The results from NBA.com's annual GM survey, 60 questions deep, are consistent with the just-completed offseason. Surprising and unpredictable.

Poll

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Which team will have the greatest improvement in wins over last season?

  • Clippers (29)
  • Heat (47)
  • Knicks (29)
  • Wizards (26)
  • Other

Opinion

Aldridge: Heat's title hopes will be tested

"Inside the bubble, where the hype is a muffled pounding on the walls, there is confidence, but also nervousness. "
Aldridge: Heat's title hopes will be tested

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Notable Summer Transactions

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