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The 2013-14 NBA season is already being touted as one of the most competitive on record. While last year’s cellar-dwellers attempt to climb the ladder of contention in a fiercely contested environment, dethroning the back-to-back reigning champs will still qualify as the tallest order for a handful of clubs in the Eastern Conference. With a slate of off-season trades giving a few teams some extra added firepower, odds makers are looking closely at potential playoff scenarios as the season progresses.
A few teams in the East are determined to give the Miami Heat a run for their money. While the Indiana Pacers appear to have a legitimate shot, the Brooklyn Nets will also give LeBron and company something to think about. New head coach Jason Kidd is confident that his newly revamped team will be there down the stretch; adding Paul Pierce and Kevin Garnett will give the team what it needs in terms grinding it out all season long, but also how they’ll match up against the Heat in an extended series. Expect to see these two teams go down to the wire as they vie for home court advantage.
The Bulls have a healthy Derek Rose, meaning that Chicago stands a good chance of landing on top of the heap. D-Rose is sure to make the highlight reel many times over this season, as the Bulls fight the Pacers for bragging rights in the quest for taking the East’s Central Division. Adding seasoned veteran Luis Scola to the Indiana roster may prove to be exactly what the team needs to reach the finals for the first time in over a decade.
The Knicks and the Pistons also have the potential to do some damage, yet New York appears to have more depth from top to bottom. Carmelo and his teammates will be there come May, but will they have enough gas left in the tank to finish? Staying healthy may present the biggest challenge for all of the above-mentioned teams; however, Miami still appears to be biggest beast in the East.
A number of teams in the Western Conference have the necessary tools to win it all. The LA Clippers and the Houston Rockets have managed to boost their rosters, while the return of Russell Westbrook to the OKC Thunder may give the rest of the league all they can handle. The addition of Dwight Howard may place the Rockets as one of the top three seeds in the West, and the Clippers signing sharpshooter JJ Redick will make them even more dangerous. Lob City will be alive and thriving this season.
The Golden State Warriors are also in the hunt. Signing André Iguodala during the off season has given the Warriors an even more explosive presence on the floor; Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry may end up being the highest scoring backcourt in the entire league. The GSWs have arrived, as they’re poised to fight the Clippers for the Pacific Division title.
The well-oiled San Antonio Spurs machine will be at it again, beating up on their opponents with the same old proven formula. Marco Belinelli may also be a difference maker, as the Spurs get set to win another trip to the big dance.
Title contenders aside, the biggest highlight of the NBA season may be the anticipated resurgence of the Black Mamba and how he responds, physically. If Kobe does return true-to-form, the Lakers have an outside chance of making the number seven or eight seed in the West.
No matter the case, fans from around the league are in for a gut wrenching and exciting season.
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