NBA Picks


The San Antonio Spurs might be older than dirt, but they're once again near the top of the NBA odds list for 2015-16. Do they have one more championship run left in them?

- For the first time since the Year 1 of the NBA, we had two rookie head coaches meet in the Finals in the Warriors' Steve Kerr and Cavs' David Blatt. We aren't going to see rookies in the '16 Finals.
- This is my final betting article of the 2015 NBA season. GSW were able to finish things off for their 1st title since 1975. Did we learn anything that might help project futures?
- Assuming LeBron James stays in Cleveland, the biggest free agent in the mega-summer Class of 2016 will be Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant. Could he leave an NBA title contender?

Longtime Portland Trail Blazers star LaMarcus Aldridge is a free agent and appears likely to leave the team. How can the Trail Blazers replace him and stay competitive in the Western Conference? 

- The Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks are two of the most storied franchises in the NBA but both have fallen on hard times. They took two very different approaches to the 2015 NBA Draft.
- Boston exceed expectations last season but were one-&-done in postseason yet are they a team on the rise or lottery bound? We analyze if they are worthy of our NBA picks.
- Indiana is 5th in East Conference betting boards. However, the team has looked quite broken a couple of seasons ago. What needs to happen for them to get back in contention?
- Atlanta had a successful season. At the same time, there was a sour taste left after they were swept by Cavs. Was this team a fluke or not?
- While we celebrate the greatness of LeBron in 2015 NBA Finals, let's not forget how good Kobe Bryant has been. Here I project what to expect from Kobe & the Lakers next season.
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