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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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Oklahoma City Thunder @ Utah Jazz

Oklahoma City Thunder @ Utah Jazz Russell. Melo. PG13. Not much more too say… they’re stacked. Jazz have fun. Oklahoma City Thunder (-5) Share List

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Utah Jazz @ Minnesota Timberwolves

Utah Jazz @ Minnesota Timberwolves The Jazz start with Rudy Gobert, who impressed in their season opener. The Jazz beat the Nuggets in game one of 82 but it doesn’t get any easier in game two. The three point shot will need to go down for the Jazz. The Minnesota Timberwolves were able to stay in the game against the Spurs. We all know the Spurs are a tough team with or without Kawhi Leonard because of their coach Gregg Popovich. There were a lot of good signs for the…

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Denver Nuggets @ Utah Jazz

Denver Nuggets @ Utah Jazz The Denver Nuggets are looking good this season with their new addition, Paul Millsap. He’s paired up with a lot of talented shooters like Will Barton, Wilson Chandler, and Gary Harris. The Nuggets are not a bad team and would compete for a top seed in the Eastern Conference. For the Jazz, everything starts with Rudy Gobert protecting the rim. Matching up on the inside won’t be a problem for the Jazz but the Nuggets will be able to exploit mismatches on the perimeter. Last…

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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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