As the 2015 NBA season is going on, we will take a look at the basketball players on five of the teams, the ones that are gone or the new players that have just arrived. This will give you a good way to gauge whether either of these teams has good chances of making it far, to the playoffs, or even to the final, hoping to get the next championship victory.
Players that are gone: No significant departures. New Players: Karl-Anthony Towns, Tayshaun Prince, Tyus Jones, and Andre Miller.
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Fans, as well as sportsbooks, are already getting ready for the upcoming basketball championships; more specifically, the Eastern Conference championship. ESPN is currently asking fans for their opinion on which teams have the best odds of winning the Eastern Conference for the 2015-16 season. Many believe that LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers will take that spot again, but what other NBA teams have good odds of taking their spot.
The fan predictions so far are:
Spot Team Projected Record Points #4 Washington Wizards 46-36 15 #5 Atlanta Hawks 50-32 14 #6 (tied) Indiana Pacers 39-43 3 #6 (tied) Toronto Raptors 44-38 3 #6 (tied) Boston Celtics 40-42 3
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