In less than two weeks, the 2018-2019 NBA regular season will come to a close and the stage will be set for the playoffs. Some teams that have secured a playoff spot are fighting for a higher seed and will be doing so until the last game of the season. Other teams will be resting star players and preparing for the playoffs.
A new team will come out on top in the East with LeBron out of the conference, while the Warriors will be fighting their way through a stacked Western Conference in hope of a fifth straight Finals appearance. Plenty of teams have a shot to be crowned NBA Champions. These are the teams that look to make the most noise this postseason.
Two nights ago, the Boston Celtics had a chance to close a West Coast road trip with their fourth consecutive victory. The Celtics had opened the four-game swing with a commanding victory at Golden State, slapping the defending champions by 33 points.
The Eastern Conference has long been known as the weaker of the two conferences in the NBA. It has also been under the rule of LeBron James for the past eight years. Now that the king has left the East, this will be the most competitive the conference has been in recent memory. Here is how each Eastern Conference team stands heading into week 4 of the NBA season. Continue Reading!
The Boston Celtics achieved done something this year that no one thought was possible: advancing to the Eastern Conference Finals without the help of Kyrie Irving or Gordon Hayward. Talent is still present without these stars, and considering many of their players have 3 years of experience at most, the Celtics could be the first real threat LeBron has faced in almost 10 years. Read Full Article Here!