NBA: One change every team needs to make in 2020

NBA San Antonio Spurs Gregg Popovich (Photo by Hector Vivas/Getty Images)
NBA San Antonio Spurs Gregg Popovich (Photo by Hector Vivas/Getty Images) /
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NBA San Antonio Spurs Gregg Popovich (Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images) /

Sacramento Kings

Change needed: Trade Bogdan Bogdanovic while you still can

Bogdanovic will be a restricted free agent this summer and it seems unlikely that the Kings will match an enormous offer for him considering they have D’Aaron Fox and Buddy Hield. The Kings could easily get a 1st round pick and more for Bogdanovic so there is no better time to trade him.

San Antonio Spurs

Change needed: Blow it up

It’s time for the Spurs to mail it in. After decades of dominance it may be time for the Spurs to accept their fate, trade all valuable veterans and begin the rebuild around their young guards. Dejounte Murray, Derrick White, and Lonnie Walker all look like solid pieces but they struggle to find enough minutes for them all with DeRozan and Mills in the way. Trade the veterans and let the young pieces flourish.

Toronto Raptors

Change needed: Marc Gasol trade 2.0

The Raptors trade for Gasol last year was instrumental in them winning the championship. It could be time they trade Gasol again for a piece that could help them contend again this year. They could potentially trade Gasol for guys such as Andre Drummond, DeMar DeRozan or another fringe all-star player that could help vault them into the upper echelon of the Eastern Conference.

Utah Jazz

Change needed: nothing, its already been done

The Jazz was ahead of the curve in trading for Jordan Clarkson. This looks like an amazing move adding some really high-level scoring off their bench. If the Jazz is able to turn it on in the second half of the season (as they usually do), they should be in a good position come playoff time.

Washington Wizards

Change needed: choose a direction

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The Wizards need to figure out what they’re doing. Do they want to try and win with Bradley Beal and John Wall when he returns or do they want to blow it up and try to build for the future? Either way, some of the deals they make this year will determine which way they go, but regardless, they’ll eventually need to decide one way or another.