More than half of teams won't fill rosters
SAN ANTONIO -- The still-scuffling U.S. economy may keep some NBA teams from starting the season with a full, 15-player roster, according to a survey of all 30 franchises by The Associated Press.
With the season opening next week and final rosters due on Monday, the survey found that nearly half the league plans to start with 15 players. But others will carry the minimum 13 or leave one spot empty.
Chief among the reasons was flexibility -- having an available spot or two to keep options ...
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