NBA: Every Team’s Best and Worst Case Scenarios For 2015-16

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Jun 8, 2014; San Antonio, TX, USA; San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich talks to forward Tim Duncan (21) guard Tony Parker (9) and forward Kawhi Leonard (2) against the Miami Heat in game two of the 2014 NBA Finals at AT&T Center. The Heat won 98-96. Mandatory Credit: Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

With the 2015-16 NBA season quickly approaching, we take a look at each team’s best and worst case scenarios for the upcoming campaign

Editor’s Note: SCIC Editor Michael Saenz contributed to this article

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NBA training camps open in a little over two weeks. We’ll have preseason games in just over three weeks and sooner rather than later, the NBA’s regular season will finally – after a way-too-long offseason – be upon us.

And with many teams – good or bad – making some small, or big, changes this summer, it’s the perfect time to step back and analyze what really happened this summer – and distinguish how it (potentially) changes the landscape of the NBA.

Whether it be the San Antonio Spurs adding LaMarcus Aldridge or the Miami Heat adding Gerald Green, every addition and subtraction matters.

Here are our projections of the best and worst case scenario for every team in the NBA.

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