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These are some of the 2014-15 NBA news and rumors as the new season will be starting on October 29th, 2014:
- The NBA preseason can spin a highlight reel, build some buzz and help whet the appetite for hoop heads anxiously awaiting the approaching 82-game trek to the playoffs.
- When Al Horford is on the court for the Atlanta Hawks, he’s a game-changing force at center, a star player who can serve as an offensive hub, put the ball in the basket with great frequency and help anchor a defense with his versatility and work in the paint. Horford should be able to regain his former level of play, but after missing crucial time and failing to capitalize on an opportunity to build chemistry with his teammates and in Mike Budenholzer’s system, that process could take a bit longer than expected.
- Without Rajon Rondo, the Boston Celtics are significantly thinner in the back court, and that opens up the door for every other guard on the roster. Marcus Smart should get to play a big role in the rotation sooner than he might have expected, while Avery Bradley will be a key piece for the C’s throughout the season.
- During the 2013-14 season, the Charlotte Bobcats took 17.9 triples per game (the No. 27 mark in the league, per Basketball-Reference.com) and made only 35.1 percent of them. But the preseason—and small-sample-size warnings abound—have seen a severe uptick.
- Derrick Rose isn’t going to come back and dominate the league right away. That much has been made inordinately clear based on last year’s preseason results and subsequent failure to stay healthy throughout the regular season, as well as his inadequate showing for Team USA.
- Keep in mind that the new-look Cleveland Cavaliers have only played in two contests. Both have been preseason affairs, and while one came against the Miami Heat in Brazil, the other was against Maccabi Tel Aviv, David Blatt’s old organization.
- During a Wednesday night game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and Denver Nuggets, Kevin Durant rose up for a massive slam dunk attempt, and Timofey Mozgov rolled over to try to play some help defense. Mozgov blocked the shot, sent Durant to the ground and ran down the court to finish the play with a dunk of his own. And it was one of eight buckets he’d make that night in eight attempts, just another impressive offensive performance for a player who’s most assuredly on the rise.
- The Detroit Pistons were awful at shooting the ball during the 2013-14 season, but they brought in plenty of snipers during the offseason. Now, Stan Van Gundy seems to be doing a nice job of ensuring that the right people are doing the shooting from downtown.
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