Trades could help Nuggets, Nets
The good look very good -- the Spurs are dominant; the Suns continue to blow teams out of the water; the Sonics' shots keep falling; the Kings have passed their way to wins in 10 of their last 11.
The bad look very bad -- the Hawks have lost nine straight; the Hornets look like a CBA team, with both Baron Davis and Jamaal Magloire out; the Warriors' four wins have come against the lowly Hornets, Bulls, Bobcats and a depleted Pacers team; there continues to be more Baby than Bull in Chicago.
Still interesting, though, is the upside. The next few weeks could bring about big things for several teams on the bubble.
It's time for another Monday edition of the Good, the Bad and the Upside -- with the Upside leading off for the first time.
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