The Pacific Division has a bet that I love and lots of other question marks.
The League and Players Association sit at the table, ready to push paper to the other side. But how did they get there? Typically, each side has generated proposals from at least five sources.
Wins…where are they?
This season will be rough…very rough. The Cavaliers are bringing in a new head coach, with zero NBA experience, to help transform the culture and implement a player-development system. This doesn’t happen in one training camp. Don’t get me wrong, this team is going to be fun to watch, whether it be the new Sexton-Garland backcourt or the mind-bending skills of Porter Jr.
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The roster is full of young bloods who are still learning the X’s and O’s of the NBA and have yet to be fully developed. Most teams are “going to pounce” on the Cavs youth and the relative inexperience of both the players and the coach. Additionally, the Cavaliers 2020 first round
Welcome to the next round of my preseason Division Over/Under Predictions. I hope you’re willing to dip into your retirement fund a little, the Central Division is full of bets I like. I would only place 3 of the 5 bets, but I have an opinion I feel pretty good about on all of them.
Jaylen Brown’s decision to sign a four year-$115 million extension, was the talk of Monday afternoon coffee breaks, especially in Beantown. Many felt that his overall career performance thus far didn’t warrant a hefty future pay-day. NBA Twitter went as far as to claim Brown “finessed” Danny Ainge.
Welcome to the DEBUT EPISODE of The Draft Class Podcast. We have been up in the lab with a pen and a pad trying to get this podcast up, and we are happy to say that we are in the Endgame now.
I hope you still have some money left. Over time, odds change based on where the bets are coming in, and I would like to personally thank everyone who caused the Hawks over odds to become +110. Check it out under my favorite bet of this column.