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The 2014-2015 NBA regular season or hoops season as it is also known will start this time on October 28th, 2014 with a much awaiting game between defending NBA champions San Antonio Spurs hosting the Dallas Mavericks and the end of the season will be on Wednesday, April 15, 2015, followed by the start of the playoffs on April 18, 2015.
Over the next nights the season ramps up with a great series of intriguing clashes. Derrick Rose’s planned return starts the first ESPN doubleheader of the year on Oct. 29 at Madison Square Garden, as the New York Knicks host the Chicago Bulls.
The following are some very interesting coaching changes that have taken place at the end of the 2013-2014 season and the start of the 2014-2015 new
|Team||2013–14 season||2014–15 season|
|New York Knicks||Mike Woodson||Derek Fisher|
|Minnesota Timberwolves||Rick Adelman||Flip Saunders|
|Milwaukee Bucks||Larry Drew||Jason Kidd|
|Brooklyn Nets||Jason Kidd||Lionel Hollins|
|Utah Jazz||Tyrone Corbin||Quin Snyder|
|Los Angeles Lakers||Mike D’Antoni||Byron Scott|
|Golden State Warriors||Mark Jackson||Steve Kerr|
|Cleveland Cavaliers||Mike Brown||David Blatt|
|Detroit Pistons||John Loyer (interim)||Stan Van Gundy|
source: NBA wiki
Less than two months ago the 2014 NBA draft took place at Barclays Center in the city of New York and some of the night’s highlights from the draft included the first selections like: Adam Silver, second Canadian to be the #1 pick (Andrew Wiggins), Jabari Parker, T. J. Warren, Marcus Smart, Noah Vonleh, Joel Embiid, Julius Randle, Aaron Gordon, Gary Harris and Tyler Ennis.
Last college basketball season was pretty outstanding and so were a handful of college players, the following are the top NBA draft prospects expected to step up this new season:
Willie Cauley-Stein, Kentucky: he comes off a sophomore year having averaged 2.9 blocks in just 23.8 minutes a game. He’s the type of big man who can make things happen.
Sam Dekker, Wisconsin: He measured in at 6’9″ this summer at the LeBron James Nike Skills Camp, where he was “clearly the most impressive performer in Las Vegas,” as per CBS Sports’ Jeff Borzello.
Montrezl Harrell, Louisville: Harrell is just a monster around the rim, where he finishes dump passes, lobs and putbacks high above the cylinder.
Wayne Selden, Kansas:The NBA guys are drawn to Selden’s 6’5″ size and diesel 230-pound frame for a 2-guard. Though not the slickest off the dribble as a shot-creator, his ability to play through contact allows him to get away with being an attacker.
Caris LeVert, Michigan: LeVert can light it up from the perimeter, having shot 40.8 percent from downtown on 1.6 made three-pointers a game. He’s got that ability to catch fire out of nowhere and put up points in bunches quickly.
Delon Wright, Utah:A 6’5″ point guard with long arms and deceiving quickness, Wright has great physical tools and a terrific feel for the game.
Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Arizona: Offensively, he’s a work in progress, but he did shoot 49 percent and average 9.1 points on only 6.5 shots a game last season. Hollis-Jefferson hit 103 free throws as well without showing much ability to create.
Bobby Portis, Arkansas:At 6’10” with a 7’1.5″ wingspan, Portis has tremendous physical tools and good mobility for a projected power forward.
The following is a quick view at the 2014-15 NBA schedule highlights:
- Tuesday, Oct. 28: Spurs host Mavericks in traditional ring ceremony game, followed by Kobe Bryant’s return to Lakers against Rockets
- Wednesday, Oct. 29: Derrick Rose returns as Bulls visit Knicks
- Thursday, Oct. 30: LeBron James marks return to Cleveland with game against Knicks
- Friday, Oct. 31: Cavs, Bulls meet for first of four times, in Chicago
- Tuesday, Nov. 11: Rockets to meet Wolves in Mexico City
- Thursday, Dec. 11: First LeBron James-Kevin Durant game of season in OKC
- Thursday, Dec. 25: Cleveland-Miami, OKC-San Antonio, Golden State-L.A. Clippers highlight Christmas Day action
source: ESPN Sports Calendar
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