title 10 things I’ve learned about the 2018-2019 NBA season, by Tim Allen article title The 2017-2018 NBA season is officially here, and I’ve finally seen it all, including the first NBA Finals since 2003.
Here are ten things I learned from watching it all: 1.
The first five games are usually great, but there’s always a chance a team is going to get outscored, especially in the first half.
It’s not always a bad thing when teams get outplayed in the early going.
But, you can’t ignore the fact that there are going to be some big shots missed.
Teams are more aggressive against the weakside (i.e. power forward) position, and when the other team does something similar to it, teams start playing with a bit more aggression, which makes them less likely to get stopped.
Even if a team gets outrebounded in the opening half, they can be outrebuffed a lot more in the second half.
Players are not as physical in the paint as they used to be, which can lead to turnovers and put the game away.
A lot of the time, teams are shooting threes in the NBA.
Most of the league’s biggest stars are now in their 30s, and they are shooting more 3s than ever.
No team in the league shoots as many 3s as the Warriors.
As a whole, teams seem to be less hesitant to get into transition defense than they were.
There are a lot of interesting matchups in this year’s NBA.
The 2017-18 NBA schedule will go down in history as one of the worst in the history of the sport, but with all the new teams, a lot has changed.
This is a good place to start looking at the teams in the top 10 of the upcoming season, because there are still some interesting matchups.
Golden State Warriors Golden States Warriors are a team that was just a few seasons ago a team with some of the best offensive and defensive talent in the game.
Their core players have all been on the court for a lot longer than most of their peers.
I’m not going to go into too much detail here about the team’s history, because that is a topic for another time, but the Warriors’ roster is loaded with stars and players that could easily play in the All-Star Game and have some of those elite players playing for a team at the top of the conference.
Carmelo Anthony Anthony has been an All-NBA first-team selection and an All of Basketball second-team finalist since the 2014-2015 season, but he is still a rookie when it comes to playing time.
He has played nearly 1,500 minutes in the last three seasons, but hasn’t been able to play much of a role for a Warriors team that has a ton of young talent on the roster.
Marc Gasol Marc’s production has been up and down, but has averaged 15.3 points, 5.7 rebounds, 2.8 assists, and 1.8 steals per game in his career.
He is one of only four players to average at least 15 points, assists, steals, and rebounds in each of his first three seasons in the NHL, and has played almost 900 minutes over the last two seasons.
Kevin Durant Kevin is a player that everyone has been watching.
He averaged more than 25 points, seven rebounds, three assists, three steals, three blocks, and a triple-double per game last season, and the Warriors have been very patient with him playing time in his rookie year.
Andre Drummond Drammond is another guy that has been a star for a while, and he is averaging 15.6 points, 9.1 rebounds, 4.3 assists, 1.5 steals, 1 block, and 0.7 blocks per game over the past two seasons, and is a very talented player for his age.
Joakim Noah Joal is another star that is playing at an All NBA level.
He averages 13.3 minutes per game, but also plays a big role for the Bulls offense.
Boris Diaw Boris has averaged 17.5 points, 10.8 rebounds, 3.8 blocks, 1 steal, 1 blocks