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The season, compressed to begin with, is supposed to tip off in 14 days, and the league is just nowhere near ready to go. The Hornets don’t even have half a team, and their front office can’t fill the roster without approval from commissioner David Stern. Boston watched as the Pacers stepped into the chaos void with their cap space and snagged David West. The Rockets had plans A, B, C and (knowing general manager Daryl Morey) D linked to the three-team Chris Paul trade that fell apart Thursday and again late Saturday for reasons no one really understands even now. Nene waits, and his team, the Nuggets, waits to fill several empty roster spots. The Lakers could be an entirely different operation in 24 hours.