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The Best 7 NBA Players to Watch Out For 2018-19 NBA Season

The National Basketball Association (NBA) is one of the best and most popular sports in the world. You can find worldwide fans for NBA and the numbers of fans are increasing every year for NBA due to the beauty of NBA. It is almost hard to compare NBA with any other sport in the world by reason of its uniqueness and popularity amid fans the world over.

The 2018-19 NBA Season has already kicked off. We have witnessed some of the great and fiercely fought games this season as well by now. The regular season commenced on October 16, 2018, and will finish off on April 10, 2019. The 2018–19 NBA season is the 73rd season of the National Basketball Association (NBA). The playoffs will start April 13, 2019, with the NBA Finals finishing in June.

There are many articles that have already published regarding the schedule of 2018-19 NBA Season, the strengths and weaknesses of the teams, best players of the season, top-ranked payers of the season, most popular current players, highest-paid players in season, well known records that may break this season

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Can the Lakers turn it around?

Last summer when Lebron James signed with the Los Angeles Lakers it looked like things had finally turned around for the Lakers. Lebron was going to bring showtime back the LA and the Lakers would end their franchise long five year playoff drought. Now as the first month of the seasons comes to a close, it looks like the same old Lakers with the same old struggles.

The Lakers struggled during preseason at times but many laughed it away as their lack of depth, but the same issues that plagued preseason remain. Mainly, the Lakers are terrible at defense. The Lakers currently sit at 2-5 but remain in the bottom third in the league in defense. The Lakers are currently giving up a near league worst 122 points a game, including a whopping 143 to the San Antonio Spurs. The Lakers have not held an opponent under 106 points this season.

The Lakers signed Rajon Rondo and Lance Stephenson to sure up their defense, but both players have struggled. To make matters worse, both Rondo and Brandon Ingram have faced suspensions.

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Utah Jazz season preview

The 2018-19 NBA off-season was a turmoltous one that saw a lot of changes. The West got stronger with Lebron James joining the Los Angeles Lakers; the Spurs and Raptors shook up their rosters by trading Demar DeRozan for Kawhi Leonard; but for the Utah Jazz the off-season brought very little change.

The Jazz, for the first time in almost 20 seasons, managed to re-sign their best best free agent Not since the start of the 2000 campaign when the Jazz managed to re-sign Karl Malone and John Stockton have the Jazz been able to keep their best free agent. Every year since then the team has lost it's top off-season priority. Last year they lost Gordon Hayward, The year before that they lost Trevor Booker, a few years ago they lost Paul Millsap, they lost Carlos Boozer, Shandon Anderson, Donyell Marshall, Howard Eisley and yes even the Mailman himself left after the 2003 season. But this July, the Jazz managed to re-sign every single one of their free agents.

The Jazz started the off-season by re-signing starting power forward Derrick Favors. They followed that up by re-signing Dante Exum and Raul Neto. The Jazz roster going into this season will look a lot like the roster that took the Houston Rockets to six games in the 2018 NBA playoffs

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5 Teams Likely To Tank In 2018/19 NBA Season

As the new NBA season approaches, there is a lot of speculation about which teams are going to make it to the top and which teams are going to tank. Not every team wants to tank, and so they try everything that they can to get some new players in order to improve their chances of doing well. Tanking is never fun, but it is very likely for a lot of teams as could be seen in the last season. In this article, you’ll find five of the teams that are most likely to tank in the upcoming 2018/19 NBA season. Make sure to keep reading if you’d like to find out more.

Why Tank The Season?

For some teams, tanking is not always a choice, however for others, tanking the season gives them time to get their team back on track and ready for the next one. This is often why a lot of teams decide not to compete and aim for the playoffs. They already know that they aren’t going to make it and so they use the current season to build experience for their younger players and figure out what the best line-ups are for them. Of course, for some, tanking is not ideal, and they must learn to use it to their advantage in order to come back fighting in the next season.

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2018-19 NBA Season Preview

The 2018-19 NBA season is upon us following a very tumultuous off-season that seen the balance of power in the eastern conference shift, and the already deadly western conference get much much tougher. Lebron James took his talents to bright sunny Los Angeles, but that does not make the Lakers a shoe in for a title.

The off-season also seen the Spurs shake up at a level not seen since the 1990s. Hallmarks of the silver and black, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili are now gone, and rising superstar Kawhi Leonard left the longhorn state for the icy waters of Lake Ontario and Toronto.

The eastern conference is going to be similar to what it was last year, but with one glaring omission. That omission of course will be the Cleveland Cavaliers. The loss of Lebron James will be too much for the Cavs to contend with and they will fail to make the playoffs after making the finals four straight years.

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The NBA's First Season

Following World War II sports in America began to pick up a lot of popularity. Fans clamored for entertainment and Football, Baseball and Hockey brought just that to the American populace. Basketball at the time was still in its infancy, with most leagues lasting less than a season before disbanding. There were two established leagues in the United States following the War, there was the ABL and NBL. Both leagues played in small Midwest cities and were regional at best.

Walter Brown, owner of the Boston Garden and the landlord of the Boston Bruins of the NHL, thought that money could be made on the off-nights if the Boston Garden were to host basketball games. Brown had thought about attempting to purchase an ABL team but that did not pan out. He was skeptical that an NBL team could succeed so far away from the Ohio Valley where most teams resided, and often failed.

Brown got in contact with other business owners in other major cities such as Philadelphia and New York to try and establish a new league based in larger cities with teams playing in large venues.

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Is Coach of the Year Cursed?

It looks like one of sports most persistent curses has struck again. Fans know about the Madden Curse, where everyone on the cover of the Madden video game get hurt or has a terrible season. But do fans know about the curse of the NBA coach of the year award?

If reports and speculation is correct than Toronto's Dwane Casey will win the 2017-18 NBA coach of the year award, but guess what? The Raptors just fired Dwane Casey. If true, and Casey wins the award he will join a long list of successful NBA coaches who lose their job after winning the award.

Four of the last six award winners have been unscathed by this curse. But Gregg Popovich seems to be the one man exempt from this curse. He has won the award 3 times, and is still coach of the San Antonio Spurs. In fact, he is the only person to coach beyond 5 years after winning the award. He first won the award in 2003. Last years winner Mike D'Antoni and the 2016 winner Steve Kerr still have their jobs. The 2012 and 2014 winner is Popavich The 2015 winner, Mike Budenholzer recently joined the curse when was let go by the Atlanta Hawks 3 years after winning the award.

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