By Andy Katz and Sam AmickThe NBA draft is almost here, and it’s going to be a lot more exciting than we imagined.
Roster moves are happening, players are getting drafted, and teams are putting their best foot forward to win championships.
But before you jump into the excitement, here are a few predictions for the NBA draft.1.
The NBA Draft is going to have a bigger impact on the standings than we initially thought.
There are some really good teams out there.
Some teams like the Brooklyn Nets, Los Angeles Lakers, and Minnesota Timberwolves have already been named as the teams to beat in the first round.
Other teams like New Orleans Pelicans, Washington Wizards, Houston Rockets, and Boston Celtics have been selected in the draft before.
If a team like Cleveland Cavaliers were to make the NBA Finals, they’d likely have to do it with a roster that already had LeBron James and Kevin Love, who each have over 1,000 points and 30.7 points per game.
The draft also provides teams with some great depth.
The Sacramento Kings have drafted 11 players since the NBA’s inaugural season, and the San Antonio Spurs, Denver Nuggets, Orlando Magic, and Houston Rockets have drafted seven players since then.2.
It’s going the way of the dodo.
With more teams drafting, and fewer teams going the other way, the draft is going the right way.
Since the NBA has started its first draft in the early 2000s, the league has made a concerted effort to draft players who fit their system.
We’ve seen teams such as the Miami Heat, Washington Capitals, Boston Celtics, and New York Knicks pick up veterans who have proven they can play in a different style.
While it’s important for teams to continue building the roster for the long-term, teams should be wary of trading veterans.
The league is becoming more balanced.
NBA teams are playing more games, and this year’s draft is the first to be split between teams that are split between the Eastern and Western Conference.
For the first time since the 2000s and before, the NBA is more balanced between teams in the East and West.
The top three teams from each conference each have two first-round picks each.
This is the best of both worlds, because it allows the top teams in each conference to get a team in the third round to make a run at a top-five pick.4.
We’re entering a more balanced season.
It’s going be more interesting than ever.
Two years ago, we predicted the season to be the most interesting in the history of the NBA.
During the past three seasons, the top four teams in total points, wins, and conference playoff appearances are now in the same position.
Last season, we were right on the mark.
In our rankings for the most fascinating NBA season, the New Orleans Hornets and Los Angeles Clippers came in at number four, followed by the Miami Magic at number seven, and then the San Diego Clippers at number 10.
However, the new rules and the way the NBA drafts have allowed teams to be more competitive.
The Lakers, for example, have had to make some tough decisions, including trading their two top draft picks.
They’ve also been forced to deal their best players for players who have been hurt or out of the league.5.
The salary cap has increased significantly.
Over the past few years, the salary cap increased by $9 billion, and that amount is expected to continue to rise.
The new NBA salary cap is set to rise from $106 million to $114 million in 2019-20.6.
The teams are finally getting some depth.
Teams are finally going to get some good depth on the roster.
Just like the draft, teams have been forced into trading veterans to bring in players who are going to provide the best value for the team.
Teams are going back to the drawing board and trying to find players who can fit into their system better.
The season will go deeper than usual.
A team can win a championship this season, but it will be much more difficult to do so than it was last season.
The best teams in every conference have won more games than their opponents.
But it’s a little different for the East.
Most teams in that conference have been on the outside looking in.
So this season is going more in line with last season’s trend, with teams coming into the draft with less depth and having to make hard decisions about whether to add a veteran to a roster or try to trade away a player.