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This season has been a world wind of emotions. With Celtic’s player Gordon Hayward season ending injury on the first game of the season, to the shocking trades, like Blake Griffin heading to the Detroit Pistons and Isaiah Thomas getting traded to the Los Angeles Lakers, the playoffs lineup on both Eastern and Western conference is something that no one would have expected.
So who is going to take the NBA 2018 championship trophy?
So far, here is the playoff picture:
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We knew that the Cavaliers were going to be in the playoffs, most likely the top two seed in the Eastern conference, but we weren’t expecting for them to drop all the way down to the fourth seed. We all know that Lebron is hungry for another ring, especially to get revenge against the fully stacked (not so stacked because Curry is out with a sore left knee, but still stacked) Golden State.
Dueling triple-doubles… @kingjames (44p/11r/11a) notches his 18th and @bensimmons (27p/15r/13a) notches his 12th of the season!A post shared by NBA (@nba) on Apr 6, 2018 at 6:13pm PDT
Dueling triple-doubles… @kingjames (44p/11r/11a) notches his 18th and @bensimmons (27p/15r/13a) notches his 12th of the season!
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With the help of Irving, people speculate that the Celtics would be in the top three seed, but now, with Irving out of the picture for postseason (no playoffs), due to his bothering knee, it seems like their chances of a championship just got smaller.
Lastly, the Toronto Raptors was just…always around. They have great players like DeRozan, and Lowry, and although they proven themselves by being the first seed on the east, but it may not be enough when it comes to playing any dominating West conference team.
The unexpected 76ers is a team to look out for. A couple years ago, no one would expect the 76ers to be placed in the top 8th, let alone the 3rd seed in the Eastern conference. With Ben Simmons being a huge help, alongside with Joel Embiid, and Markelle Futz, no one should be sleeping on them.
Rockets have definitely made their mark this season. They made great changes by landing Chris Paul as a key contender for their team. They have been showing the rest of the NBA that they are a serious contender when it comes to the championships. A lot of fans still believe that the reining champs, Golden State Warriors, are going to take the western conference championships, but I think otherwise.
With Stephen Curry out of the picture (for now, at least the first round of playoffs), it seems like OKC can have a chance to beat them in the first round, or at least tired them out for the next. OKC has a hatred passion against Golden State, but who wouldn’t? One of their star players sold out. Westbrook always likes a good competition, and a good competition we will get.
Overall, the 2018 playoffs are no joke. I am expecting OT’s in the first round, close buzzer beater games, and no sweeps.
NBA playoffs starts April 14th, 2018. Get ready.
@russwest44 notches his 21st triple-double of the season (100th career) for the @okcthunder with 32p/12r/12a!A post shared by NBA (@nba) on Mar 13, 2018 at 7:09pm PDT
@russwest44 notches his 21st triple-double of the season (100th career) for the @okcthunder with 32p/12r/12a!
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