5 Underdogs To Look Out For This Season in the NBA
It’s basketball season once again folks and people are already putting down bets on teams that might go the distance. Last year the Toronto Raptors made history by becoming the first non-USA team to win the NBA title. Since then, it has been a long wait for the NBA season to return. One way that sports fans have kept themselves entertained is through watching and betting on esports events. It is easy to take advantage of the best esports betting websites on esportsbettingwebsites.com. These websites allow sports fans to easily bet on a wide range of e-sports events. During the off-season this is one of the best ways to get your sports fix. Luckily, the season is already underway and we look forward to witnessing all of the shocks. In this article we will go through the five underdogs to look out for this season in the NBA.
The Boston Celtics are a great example of “what have you done for me lately?” They have the most NBA championships in history, but things haven’t gone their way since 2008. They haven’t been in the Finals since 2010. The team suffers from a real lack of chemistry, losing to the Milwaukee Bucks in the semi-finals, who then went on to lose to the Raptors.
The Celtics have had some real roster changes over the summer though. They’ve lost Al Horford and Kyle Irving and brought in Kemba Walker. If the team can pull themselves together under Brad Stevens they have a real shot of making a comeback.
Golden State Warriors
The Golden State Warriors have also seen players come and go. They’ve also been hit by some injuries. They missed out on the finals last year, but they’ve been performing well in recent history; winning three of four titles since 2015.
Many people are expecting the Warriors to not make the playoffs, which doesn’t seem fair. They do have more All-Star players than any other team with four. This is one team that has a lot of experience to draw from and could be a sleeper team with everyone focusing on the Denver Nuggets and LA Lakers/Clippers.
Raptors secured a fairy-tale ending for their season last year. They overcame the odds and became the first non-USA team to win the championship. There’s not too much pressure on them to retain their championship though, which is good considering they’re a considerably weaker team than last year.
They’ve lost their MVP in Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green. Even so, they’ve still got Fred VanVleet and they’ve picked up some good players in Terence Davis and Sagaba Konate. Toronto are once again going under the radar, but who knows? Maybe lightning can strike twice.
Things aren’t looking good for the Nets with star player Kevin Durant likely to miss out on the entire season due to a torn Achilles tendon. If you take a good look at their revamped team though, you’ll see a lot of star potential. Kyrie Irving, Taureen Prince, Wilson Chandler, Garret Temple, and DeAndre Jordan are all coming in.
They’ve got one of the deepest team in the league right now and they’re strong on both ends of the court. The team may not have as much star power of other teams, but they have the depth to go the distance.
The Chicago Bulls have fallen far for a team coming from the third-largest city in the United States. They practically disappeared from the discussion after losing Jimmy Butler. It seems they only come back into the public eye for all the wrong reasons.
With that said, the team has put together a solid roster with young players on either side of the court. They’ve backed up the youth with the experience of Thaddeus Young and Thomas Satoranksy. This is a team that should prove more than ready to overcome the odds and come back to prominence.https://www.myfantasysportstalk.com/5-underdogs-to-look-out-for-this-season-in-the-nba/https://i0.wp.com/www.myfantasysportstalk.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/nba.jpg?fit=1024%2C570&ssl=1https://i0.wp.com/www.myfantasysportstalk.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/nba.jpg?resize=150%2C150&ssl=1NBARecent PostsNBAIt’s basketball season once again folks and people are already putting down bets on teams that might go the distance. Last year the Toronto Raptors made history by becoming the first non-USA team to win the NBA title. Since then, it has been a long wait for the NBA...Guest Post email@example.comContributorMyFantasySportsTalk