Now that the 2022-23 NBA regular season is over, we're turning our attention to how each team should approach the offseason, including the draft and free agency. It started with the 10 teams that had been jockeying for lottery position and the best opportunity to select Victor Wembanyama, and continued with the four teams that were eliminated in the play-in tournament and the first round of the NBA playoffs.
We're breaking down the potential moves for each franchise, including a look at the state of each roster, finances, priorities for each front office, extension candidates to watch, team needs and future draft assets.
Teams will continue to be added as they are eliminated from the 2023 NBA playoffs.
R -- restricted free agent; T -- team option; P -- player option
Jump to a team:
ATL | BOS | BKN | CHA | CHI | CLE
DAL | DEN | DET | GS | HOU | IND
LAC | LAL | MEM | MIA | MIL | MIN
NO | NY | OKC | ORL | PHI | PHX
POR | SAC | SA | TOR | UTAH | WSH
ELIMINATED IN CONFERENCE FINALS
2022-23 record: 57-25
Draft picks in June: No. 35 (via POR)
Free agents: Grant Williams (R), Danilo Gallinari (P), Mike Muscala (T), Blake Griffin, JD Davison (R) and Mfiondu Kabengele (R)