Seven moves that would rock lopsided NBA power structure

With the Golden State Warriors inching closer to a second NBA title in three years and prepared to put up a perfect 16-0 postseason mark, the summer will likely be filled with teams doing their best to challenge Steve Kerr’s squad next season.

If we were to ask Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James, his conclusion is that it will be a daunting task. King James also believes that owners should go out there and be active in free agency in order to upgrade their rosters.

It’s surely going to be an interesting next couple of months around the NBA.

Which players, either on the free-agent market or trade block, could rock the currently lopsided NBA power structure? What moves can teams make to compete with the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers in their conferences next season? Is it even possible to avoid a fourth consecutive NBA Finals between these two teams?

These are seven moves that would rock the lopsided NBA power structure this summer.