The NBA preseason begins on Wednesday, with teams set to practice in Las Vegas.
We’ve been tracking the trends and trends for the first week, and now the preseason is over.
We’re here to break down the top five teams that should be on your radar for the regular season.
It’s going to be a busy week for players who are looking to make a splash in the league.
The top five candidates to be on the hot seat for the playoffs, for the most part, are all guys who are making a mark this season.
These guys are the guys who will make it to the NBA All-Star game.
If you’re a fan of the Heat, the Knicks, or even the Clippers, you can’t miss these guys.
The Heat – Miami Heat The Miami Heat will be the team that gets to play the Knicks this season, and they’re in a tough spot.
The Heat finished the season with a record of 44-32, which included a loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday.
It’s a tough record to beat, but the team has been playing well lately, and this is just the start.
Their offense is clicking, and if they continue to play at this level, it will take the Heat all the way to the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Knicks, on the other hand, are currently 0-8 in the preseason.
They’ve got a good record with two wins and a loss, but this is the first time they’ve ever been eliminated from playoff contention.
If you’re an Eastern Conference fan, you’ll have to look past the Knicks for a moment.
If they do make it out of the first round, you may be disappointed, but there are plenty of teams that will be better than the Heat this year.
The Bucks, Cavaliers, Raptors, Celtics, Hornets, and Pelicans are all teams that have shown promise during the preseason, but you have to remember that they’re still very much in the first half of the season.
They’re not the top contenders, but if they make it into the postseason, they’ll definitely be in contention for the top spot.
What to watch for in the regular preseason: Teams in the Eastern conference – New York Knicks, Philadelphia 76ers, Indiana Pacers, Detroit Pistons, Toronto Raptors, Chicago Bulls, Washington Wizards – Atlanta Hawks, Brooklyn Nets, Detroit Bucks, Miami Heat, New York Raptors, Charlotte Hornets, Milwaukee Bucks, Orlando Magic – Boston Celtics, Chicago Hawks, New Orleans Pelicans, Miami Magic, Milwaukee Bulls, Toronto Timberwolves, Detroit Pistols, Indiana Cavaliers – Houston Rockets, Cleveland Cavaliers, Denver Nuggets, New Jersey Nets, Philadelphia Sixers, Brooklyn 76ers – Charlotte Hornets (vs. Brooklyn), Detroit Pistons (vs) Atlanta Hawks (vs), Toronto Raptors (vs.)
Boston Celtics (vs).
Players in the Western Conference – Los Angeles Clippers, Oklahoma City Oklahoma City, San Antonio Spurs, Memphis Grizzlies, Portland Trail Blazers, Oklahoma State Cowboys – Phoenix Suns, Utah Jazz, Memphis Trail Blazers (vs.), San Antonio Grizzlies (vs.).
Who to watch in NBA Summer League: Draymond Green, Oklahoma Warriors DRaymond Green is a huge player for the Golden State Warriors, and he’s going up against some of the best competition in the conference.
He’s going against a lot of competition, too.
This is his first time participating in the Summer League, and I’m excited to see what he has to offer.
He’ll be looking to show off his big body and athleticism, and there’s no reason to think that he won’t be a big factor on both ends of the court.
He has a chance to make the jump from high school to the pros, and it’s a huge step forward for him to finally have his NBA dreams realized.
What we’ll be watching in the summer league: The Cavs – Cleveland Cavaliers If the Cavs make it back to the playoffs this season and end up in the playoffs again, the expectations will be pretty high for LeBron James and company.
They’ll have a lot to prove to the rest of the league, but they’ll certainly have a chance at making it to a championship in Cleveland.
They were in the top four for most of the year, but a few injuries to some of their stars could push them down the standings.
If the Cavs can get out to a win-win season, they should be the favorites to win it all this year, and that’s all they need to do.
Injuries could also affect Cleveland.
If James can’t play, it could open the door for rookie Isaiah Canaan to be able to step in and compete for the starting point guard spot, but he’s only played in the team’s first three games.
On the other end of the floor, Dion Waiters is going to have a tough time competing against players like Kentavious Caldwell-Pope and Marcus Smart.
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