Despite the questions surrounding how this NBA season will end, one thing for certain is that there will be an NBA offseason at some point. While NBA teams wait to see what's next, they are spending part of this time preparing for big decisions heading into 2020-21.
Let's run though all 30 teams with breakdowns on big-picture priorities, draft assets, potential moves, cap-space possibilities, team needs, extension-eligible players, likely free agents and depth charts.
Keep in mind that players who have team options, player options or guarantee dates will likely see those dates adjusted if the season is pushed past July 1. For example, the Los Angeles Lakers' Anthony Davis has a June 29 player option for 2020-21. If the playoff schedule is adjusted, the Lakers would likely still be playing past Davis' opt-in date.
Note: All dates are subject to change with the current season suspended. Team finances are based on a $115 million salary cap and $139 million luxury tax. Draft assets include projected picks for 2020. Depth charts include expected roles for players under contract in 2020-21.
We've included an explainer for Bird rights at the end of this piece.