2014-15 NBA Season

2014-15 NBA Season

source: www.nba.com

The 69th edition of the National Basketball Association (NBA) regular season started this Tuesday October 28th; featuring the defending NBA champions San Antonio Spurs hosting the first game against the Dallas Mavericks. The regular season will end on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, and the playoffs will begin on Saturday, April 18, 2015.

There are two conference that play each other a total number of 82 games during the regular season. These are the conferences and the teams:

Eastern Conference

1Chicago Bulls *101.0001
2Boston Celtics *101.0000.01
3Miami Heat *101.0000.01
4Indiana Pacers101.0000.01
5Toronto Raptors101.0000.01
6Charlotte Hornets101.0000.01
7Cleveland Cavaliers000.50
8Milwaukee Bucks01.0001.01
9Atlanta Hawks01.0001.01
10Philadelphia 76ers01.0001.01
11Washington Wizards01.0001.01
12Brooklyn Nets01.0001.01
13New York Knicks01.0001.01
14Detroit Pistons01.0001.01
15Orlando Magic01.0001.01

Western Conference

1Houston Rockets *201.0002
2Denver Nuggets *101.0000.51
3San Antonio Spurs101.0000.51
4Phoenix Suns *101.0000.51
5Memphis Grizzlies101.0000.51
6New Orleans Pelicans101.0000.51
7Golden State Warriors101.0000.51
8Portland Trail Blazers101.0000.51
9Los Angeles Clippers001.00
10Oklahoma City Thunder01.0001.51
11Sacramento Kings01.0001.51
12Utah Jazz01.0001.51
13Minnesota Timberwolves01.0001.51
14Dallas Mavericks01.0001.51
15Los Angeles Lakers02.0002.02

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014%E2%80%9315_NBA_season

NBA Opening Week

NBA Opening Week

source: www.nba.com

Some of the latest news of the NBA opening week include the following:

  1. Good news will be hard to come by for the Philadelphia 76ers this season, so they can thank their lucky stars they’re getting some before another gruesome campaign has begun. According to ESPN’s Jeff Goodman, the Sixers expect Michael Carter-Williams to be back in action by mid-November. The reigning Rookie of the Year has been on the shelf since May, when he underwent surgery on his right shoulder.
  2. With all the hubbub over the past Philly played in nearly spurring the NBA to overhaul the draft lottery, it’s easy to forget that the Boston Celtics have been engaged in a substantial roster teardown of their own. Granted, the C’s haven’t simply replaced all of their NBA-caliber players with nobodies like the Sixers have. Rajon Rondo’s still wearing green. So are Jeff Green and Brandon Bass. Jared Sullinger, Avery Bradley, Kelly Olynyk and rookies Marcus Smart and James Young all look like legitimate building blocks for Boston.
  3. The Utah Jazz have to like what they saw from their young core this preseason. Derrick Favors was a rebounding fiend, Alec Burks got to the free-throw line at will, Trey Burke scored the ball and cut down on his turnovers, Gordon Hayward did his jack-of-all-trades thing and Enes Kanter actually hit some threes. Utah could surprise some people this season, but without anything resembling veteran leadership on Snyder’s depth chart, this team will almost certainly endure more than its fair share of growing pains in the interim.
  4. Good news, Minnesota Timberwolves fans! Your team offers the most affordable family experience in the NBA, per the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal‘s Jim Hammerand. Of course, that’s to be expected of a team that hasn’t caught so much as a glimpse of playoff light since 2004, back when Kevin Garnett was the league’s MVP.
  5. Wherever Kobe Bryant goes, lightning bolts are sure to follow. Now that he’s back in action, the Los Angeles Lakers as a whole have to watch out for those strikes. Like always, there will be people coming after Bryant, both on and off the court. So far, he seems ready to fend them all off, if not counter attack. He averaged 26.7 points over his last three preseason games, showing off his signature bag of tricks throughout and brushing off criticism in both word and deed. source: http://bleacherreport.com/

Here are a couple of very interesting videos on the opening games: http://watch.nba.com/nba/video/games/lakers/2014/10/29/0021400003-hou-lal-kobe-night.nba


These are some of the most recent betting odds for the upcoming NBA games:

Cleveland Cavaliers +2.5

Chicago Bears -2.5


Memphis Grizzlies -5 185o -110

Indiana Pacers +5 185u -110

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