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NBA offseason 2024: Guides for every eliminated NBA team - ESPN

With the end of the 2023-24 NBA regular season, we're turning our attention to how each team should approach the offseason, including through the draft and free agency.

The Atlanta Hawks, 36-46 this season for a 10th-place finish in the Eastern Conference, rocketed up the lottery board to grab the No. 1 pick in this year's NBA draft.

While the 2024 NBA playoffs continue to narrow to an eventual champion, we're breaking down the potential moves for each eliminated 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.

Key: ETO= Early Termination Option | P= Player Option | R=Restricted | T=Team 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

2023-24 record: 48-34

Draft picks in June: No. 20 (own)

Free agents: Isaac Okoro ®, Damian Jones, Tristan Thompson, Isaiah Mobley ®, Emoni Bates ® and Pete Nance ®

State of the roster: The Cavaliers reached the second round of the playoffs for the first time since 2017 and won 99 games the past two seasons, the fifth most of any team. The accomplishments of both, however, are short-lived as Cleveland enters one of the most important offseasons in franchise history. While the Cavaliers return 11 players, including the starting five, there are roster questions to what the future holds. Will All-Star Donovan Mitchell agree to a four-year, $208 million extension on the first day of free agency? And if not, can Cleveland afford to play out the season with Mitchell in the last year of his contract (he has a player option in 2025-26)? The

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