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The entire complexion of the NBA can change with a pen and paper. One man -- Kevin Durant -- can stay in Oklahoma City.
Or he could go to Golden State and create a confluence of talent we may have never seen before on a single NBA roster.
He could fall under Pat Riley's spell (or mob threat?), take his talents to South Beach and become the challenge LeBron has been lacking in the East.
Or he could drool over the history in Boston and join a Brad Stephens-led Celtics squad, becoming for the first time in his career, the main man for his team.
And while the Association will be chaotically watching as Durant's free agency ensues, only one team can land the 6-foot-9 sharpshooter. So how should every franchise approach this summer in order to propel its team closer to an NBA title? The Youngspeak staff breaks down all 30 teams periodically before July 1.