The NBA is entering one of the most exciting eras we've seen in a long time. The "superteam era" took over the NBA over the past 5-10 years. Now, the era of superstar duos is here.
They still have a long way to go, but if they continue to develop and reach their full potentials, the sky is the limit.
This is a good placement for the Celtics: not too high and not too low. High enough where they're not underdogs, but low enough to not be considered favorites.
If Kawhi Leonard wants to continuously be in contention for an NBA championship and be the man on his own team, Toronto is the place to be.
Kevin Durant's injury during last night's game left a huge question mark going into free agency. Not only does his injury affect his own free agency and the decisions he'll make, but it also affects other players who are hitting the open market this upcoming offseason.
The four teams that have inquired about a potential Anthony Davis trade include the Nets, Knicks, Clippers, and Lakers. All these teams can put together strong trade packages, but one team that can most certainly get involved in the AD sweepstakes is the Boston Celtics.