Revealed: How LeBron and Kawhi Change The League
LeBron James signed a four-year contract with the Los Angeles Lakers, and Kawhi Leonard is in Toronto. These two made game-changing moves, and many fans believe we’re about to have the most exciting season ever. What will happen next? Let’s see.
If by any chance you wondered who were the best and worst teams for this season, you’ll be surprised to see the voters’ choice.
The Golden State Warriors left the Lakers enjoy their big LeBron day, and added DeMarcus Cousins. Their Death Lineup is even tougher now. The Golden State also has Jonas Jerebko and Jacob Evans in the team.
Boston Celtics take position number two. They re-signed defensive tone-setters Aron Baynes and Marcus Smart.
They may still emerge as winners, because LeBron headed to the west, and Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward will return from injury. Yes, Boston is an absolute favorite in the East. “I’m confident that we’ve got everything we need to make the run at th whole thing,” Chris Forsberg said.
Houston Rockets took position number three. Their key additions are De’Anthony Melton, Vincent Edwards, Michael Carter Williams and James Ennis.
The Philadelphia 76ers are fourth on the list. The team couldn’t sign LeBron, Paul George and Kawhi. Their key additions are Shake Milton, Landry Shamet, Mike Muscala, Johan Bolden, Zhaire Smith and Wilson Chandler.
The Toronto Raptors are fifth, with Kawhi Leonard on their side. Danny Green is there, too.
Oklahoma City Thunder comes sixth, and the re-signing of Paul George was quite a shot.
Utah Jazz are seventh, and Grayson Allen is their best addition.
The Nuggets come at position number eight, and they have Isaiah Thomas, Michael Porter Jr., Jarred Vanderbilt, and Thomas Welsh.
The Los Angeles Lakers come ninth. Well, Magic Johnson will give his best to push the team forward, and King James is here, too.
The Portland Trail Blazers are the last in the top 10. They will rely on the skills of Nik Stauskas, Seth Curry, Anfernee Simons, and Gary Trent Jr.