Things NBA Fans Should be Thankful For on Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving is a time for everyone to evaluate things they are thankful for, and it’s no different for NBA fans. The NBA season is only a couple of months old, but there are already things shaping up this season that NBA fans should be thankful for. Let’s look at some things NBA fans should be very thankful for on Thanksgiving.
The Warriors dynasty is dead…at least for one year
Injuries are never something that should be wished upon, but the NFL is a lot more competitive when the Warriors aren’t dominating. The Western Conference is alive and well and the playoffs on that side of the conference should be ultra-competitive. The Western Conference overall is better than the Eastern Conference, but the playoffs should be exciting with a lot of different teams having a chance to win the title. There is a good chance the Warriors will be back to their old ways next year, but for one year, enjoy a wide open NBA.
Folks, we have the next NBA superstar on our hands and he plays for the Dallas Mavericks. Luka Doncic is having an MVP type season and so far he is averaging 30.1 points, 10 rebounds, and 9.5 assists. There was some concern after Dirk Nowitzki retired that the team would not have a superstar for a while, but that isn’t the case. The Mavericks fans should be especially thankful that he is on their squad. The Mavericks are probably going to be a good team to bet on this season, check out our free NBA picks to see when that is the case.
It’s always important to have entertainment and that’s exactly what the New York Knicks and the James Dolan provide everyone. The Knicks can’t seem to make a good decision, and there might be a chance they are bad for the next decade. Sorry Knicks fans, but it’s fun to laugh at someone.