The NBA Finals Will Be Exciting
There’s a good chance we’ll see LeBron make his fifth finals appearance at the end of the season, his fourth consecutive. But even if the throne watchers knock the Heat of their spot, the passion, theatrics and storyline of the NBA Finals is always one to follow. Even for the novice fan. If the Pacers make it, Indiana star Paul George solidifies his spot as a superstar. If Durant wins his first title, he’ll never have to worry about the “hole in his legacy” talk. If the Spurs win another one, Tim Duncan ties Kobe for total titles and makes his case for best of his generation.
So many possibilities, so many games and more reasons to actually care about the NBA again this season.