The NBA season’s first month is complete, and what an exciting month it was. From buzzer-beaters to hungry teams ready to prove a point, the first month of the 2017-2018 season was a classic.
Going into Saturday night, there was only one player younger than Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball to record a triple-double. That player was LeBron James.
Not only was Saturday history in the making for Ball, but it also ended a week that came filled with questions.
The second week of the NBA season was one no fan wanted to miss, but you can only watch so many games. Luckily, in Week 2, there was a myriad of games to watch.
It was the week of down-to-the-wire finishes and buzzer beaters, as the 2017-2018 season continues to impress people with some surprising teams and breathtaking performances by the worlds best.
The NBA is finally back and the first week of action did not disappoint. Opening night was one of the main reasons why the week did not disappoint.
Opening night featured a pair of games that went right down to the wire. The Cleveland Cavaliers and Boston Celtics battled down to the end in a game that had many storylines going into it and made many headlines after the game as well.
“Trust the Process” has been the motto for the Philadelphia 76ers for the last couple of seasons. For the 2017-2018 season, though, the process may be quicker than expected.
Philadephia should be a team to look out for this season – barring injuries.
After a 2016-2017 season to forget, the Brooklyn Nets did make some quality deals in the offseason.
Brooklyn acquired the likes of defensive-minded wing DeMarre Carroll, point guard D’Angelo Russell, and scoring guard Allen Crabbe to the rotation this upcoming season. Even with these new pieces though, the Nets will, more than likely, still be in a rebuilding phase.
It was an NBA Finals rematch in Summer League play Monday night.
The Cleveland Cavaliers improved to 3-0 in Summer League after its 91-74 wire-to-wire victory over the Golden State Warriors (0-2).