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5 Likely Most-Active Teams During NBA Offseason

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After finishing their respective seasons, these five NBA teams will look to set the standard with the moves they make during the offseason.

Jan 5, 2016; Providence, RI, USA; Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge (left) speaks to fans during the first half of a game between the Providence Friars and the Marquette Golden Eagles at Dunkin Donuts Center. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

Jan 5, 2016; Providence, RI, USA; Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge (left) speaks to fans during the first half of a game between the Providence Friars and the Marquette Golden Eagles at Dunkin Donuts Center. Mandatory Credit: Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

The NBA offseason is a time for hope and a time for action.

Twenty-nine franchises will look to figure out why they didn’t win a championship. Obviously, some franchises are much closer to the ultimate goal than others, but that doesn’t matter when trying to identify the most active teams during this period.

Whether a franchise has a long way to go or just another small piece to acquire, those 29 other franchises are rarely successful unless they make personnel changes.

Last offseason, the San Antonio Spurs made a major addition of LaMarcus Aldridge to their core, and while the season didn’t end well, they still won 67 games and were one of the most successful regular-season teams in history.

That said, much of history is written by who wins the championship every single year, and whoever makes moves to get closer to that goal, even if it’s blowing up an unsuccessful team, will get high offseason marks.

Here are five teams that will look to make changes this offseason to get closer to the ultimate goal.

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