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NBA Power Rankings

NBA Power Rankings 1. Golden State Warriors The reigning champs are currently 28-7 and seem to be finally hitting their stride. They didn’t bring in many new faces, the exceptions being Nick Young and Omri Casspi. The Warriors have three players averaging over 20 PPG (Kevin Durant, Steph Curry, Klay Thompson). 2. Houston Rockets The Rockets have one of the top offenses in the league and shoot the three at an absurd rate but if they keep falling, why not? James Harden is averaging 32.5 PPG. The addition of Chris…

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Boston Celtics @ Philadelphia 76ers

Boston Celtics @ Philadelphia 76ers The Celtics lost Gordon Hayward but they still have a very formidable team surrounding Kyrie Irving. Kyrie wanted to leave Cleveland to be “the guy” and now is his chance. The Celtics are 0-2 on the season, losing to two tough teams, Cleveland and Milwaukee. They’ll get back on track against the 76ers. Jaylen Brown has played well this year and will continue to get a lot of minutes. The 76ers will be a tough team this season. Ben Simmons might be the best player…

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Milwaukee Bucks @ Boston Celtics

Milwaukee Bucks @ Boston Celtics Finally, we get to watch Giannis Antetokounmpo again. Giannis is still young and is already a top 10 player in the league. There’s nothing he can’t do on the court, filling the stat sheet each and every night. The Bucks are still one of the longest teams in the league and will have Khris Middleton to start the year this season. The Celtics are coming off a tough game against the Cavaliers on the road. They also lost Gordon Hayward, likely out for the season….

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Boston Celtics @ Cleveland Cavaliers

Boston Celtics @ Cleveland Cavaliers The Boston Celtics have a revamped lineup with Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward. Adding those stars cost them two of their best defensive players Avery Bradley and Jae Crowder. The Celtics young players will struggle in this game against the Cavs. In order for a chance to win this game the Celtics will rely heavily on the rookie Jayson Tatum. The Celtics will struggle maintaining a guy named LeBron James, who is the best player in the NBA. The Cavaliers signed Derrick Rose, Dwayne Wade,…

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Odds to Win Rookie of The Year- NBA

Odds to Win Rookie of The Year- NBA Ben Simmons, Philadelphia 76ers (+150) Ben Simmons was drafted last year with the number one overall pick by the 76ers. He didn’t see a single minute of action during the season due to an injury. At LSU he averaged 19.2 PPG and 4.8 APG. Simmons also has great size, he’s listed at 6’10”. During his time at LSU he drew comparisons to LeBron James, though he’s not quite there yet he’s very athletic and he can score inside and out. Lonzo Ball,…

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Eastern Conference Finals Game 5: Cleveland Cavaliers at Boston Celtics

Cavaliers (-10.5) over CELTICS It’s time to wrap this series up. The NBA Finals begin June 1 and the Warriors already have a leg up on the Cavaliers in rest days. LeBron James knows this and knows this is not good. Game 4 almost slipped through the cracks, but Kyrie Irving saved the day with a playoff career-high 42 points while shooting almost 70-percent from the floor. Kevin Love also set a playoff career-high, hauling in 17 rebounds in the Cavs comeback win. Those performances make no one feel better…

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Eastern Conference Finals Game 4: Boston Celtics at Cleveland Cavaliers

Celtics (+15) over CAVALIERS No this is not an overreaction to a lucky Celtics win. The Cavs do have their limits and these ludicrous point spreads are it. LeBron James had a bad game on Sunday night, the Cavs did not. Had Marcus Smart played to his numbers the Celtics do not even make this a game. This series is still over and the Cavs will win Game 4, that is something to feel confident about. The Warriors are officially resting until the finals so precious time ticks away for…

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Eastern Conference Finals Game 3: Boston Celtics at Cleveland Cavaliers

CAVALIERS (-17) over Celtics There has to be a clause entered into the unofficial rules of sports betting. We’ll call it the GOAT clause. Under this clause every gambling instinct and rule are thrown out the window. Spread or money line does not matter, just the athlete you’re betting against. There is no other way I can take LeBron James and the Cavaliers with this ridiculous of a spread and live with myself. Same goes for Tom Brady during football season. And you know what? They usually come through for…

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Eastern Conference Finals Game 2: Cleveland Cavaliers at Boston Celtics

Cavaliers (-5.5) over CELTICS Did you watch Game 1? More specifically, did you watch LeBron James? It’s always awesome to watch someone “get it” but watching LeBron ascend to a hoop god before our eyes has been special. In Game 1 LeBron notched another 30-point performance (38 points) as the Cavaliers have now won twelve straight games dating back to Game 5 of last season’s finals. During that stretch take a look at what the King has done. Since Dray called LeBron a bitch: 41-16-7 41-8-11 27-11-11 36-6-13 25-10-7 41-13-12…

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Eastern Conference Finals Game 1: Cleveland Cavaliers at Boston Celtics

Cavaliers (-4) over CELTICS What a start to the week for the Celtics. On Monday night they took down the Wizards in Game 7, led by Kelly Olynyk (????) and Marcus Smart. On Tuesday night they won the lottery and will welcome Markelle Fultz to the team in a couple weeks. What’s on tap for Wednesday night you ask? Reality check. LeBron James and the Cavs have been off a little more than a week so it’s easy to forget how dominant they’ve been. Through the first two rounds the…

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