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Expect it to be alot of fireworks in the NBA playoffs with players being well rested.
With the NBA season currently suspended you have to be wondering who will take the crown this year when its all said and done.
As the Lakers hold the #1 seed with the best record in the western conference I know alot of fans expect them to make a deep run in the playoffs and play in the NBA finals this year.
With the Lakers missing the playoffs last year with there new constructed roster, it was a disappointment to the fans and the organization.
Re-fueled with some added talents such as Anthony Davis who was a major pick up. He added more firepower to there roster, now is it possible they win it all this year when the season continues.
The Western conference has been stacked with talent for years. Now you have star players playing together on the same team.
The Houston rockets have James Harden & Russell Westbrook, surrounded by some great role players who know how to win.
The Los Angeles Clippers Kawhi Leonard and Paul George teamed up, with a powerful starting line up and great bench play they are favored to win it all, they currently hold the #2 seed right behind the Lakers.
The Milwaukee bucks lead, as they sit at top with that #1 seed giving them home court advantage which is huge in the playoffs.
The Boston Celtics Jayson Tatum leading the way, alongside, Kemba Walker. A force to be reconned with they have a young starting lineup and a deep bench equipped to compete.
To top it off, the Toronto Raptors champions last year are currently the #2 seed in the Eastern conference looks like they are still contenders.
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