NBA Season Preview

Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images The Chicago Bulls made a big splash in free agency. If they want it to translate to playoff success, they’ll need to answer these questions. Few teams made more noise this offseason than the Chicago Bulls. They made a huge splash in free agency, adding both Lonzo Ball and DeMar
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Ben Simmons, Philadelphia 76ers. (Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports) The Philadelphia 76ers have a lot to prove this season after the most tumultuous offseason in the NBA. They may have the most important questions to answer in basketball. The Philadelphia 76ers spent the entire offseason in the NBA news cycle. They gave content to
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Washington Wizards forward Kyle KuzmaMandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports With the 2021-22 NBA season scheduled to begin soon, these five players have the most to prove this season. The NBA off-season is a time filled with hot takes, trade and free agency rumors, player rankings and a lot of criticisms. While media discusses this
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The San Antonio Spurs saw their multi-decade playoff streak broken last year. Are they ready to start a new one? Is there an NBA team run by Jawas? The real issue with LaMarcus Aldridge and DeMar DeRozan is that they have outlived their usefulness in the basketball world. The words are cruel, but so is
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Photo by Adam Pantozzi/NBAE via Getty Images Before the 2019-20 NBA season begins, it’s time to take a look at all 30 teams and examine the biggest reason you should watch each one. Before every new NBA season, optimism runs rampant through all 30 fanbases. The losses haven’t started piling up yet, the playoff heartbreaks
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The wide-open title race and a lackluster 2020 free-agent class could spur action on the trade market during the 2019-20 NBA season. The Golden State Warriors’ demise has set the stage for the most wide-open NBA championship race in years. Coupled with an underwhelming 2020 free-agent class, that could convince teams to go all-in ahead
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Will Kawhi Leonard’s load-management plan with the Toronto Raptors spur a wave of copycats during the 2019-20 NBA season? Kawhi Leonard might be a trendsetter. The Toronto Raptors held Leonard out for 14 games last year for “load management,” according to Sean Deveney of Sporting News, as he attempted to put a mysterious quadriceps injury
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