The NBA season begins Tuesday, so there’s not much time for sports bettors to make winning (hopefully) wagers on futures bets before the action tips off. There are many futures bets to consid…
by: Michael Wallace — NBA 2h
Did a healthy Mike Conley and rejuvenated Marc Gasol show enough promising signs to build confidence that a strong start to the season is on the way? Where does Jaren Jackson Jr. stand among the impact rookies in the ultra-competitive Southwest Division?.
NBA Power Rankings: Warriors open 2018-19 season on top where they belong; LeBron's Lakers crack the top 10 - CBSSports.com
by: Reid Forgrave — CBS Sports 4h
Also, don't sleep on the Jazz, who enter the new season as a legit top five team in the league
by: Jared Wright — The Sports Daily: Oregon Sports News 5h
At last, after a long summer of player movement, speculation, rumors, and general BS, the NBA regular season begins on Tuesday. Part 1 is today, and Part 2 is tomorrow. Hmmmm.
by: Nick Friedell — ESPN Boston: Celtics Blog 6h
Can the Warriors get back to 70 wins? How many victories will LeBron add to the Lakers' tally? And where could they stumble? We're projecting all 30 teams' best- and worst-case scenarios.
by: Vince Ellis, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 6h
In an NBA offseason of change, champion Golden State Warriors still the team to beat.
by: Sean Carroll (@seanNESPN) — Hashtag Basketball 7h
Can Australia break the Team USA Golden streak in Tokyo and add a Gold medal to Ben Simmons' resume?
by: Ed Memphis — Fansided: Beale Street Bears 14 Oct
A long list of questions surrounding the Memphis Grizzlies just a few days from the start of the regular season is nothing new on Beale Street. The preseas...
by: DAN WOIKE Los Angeles Times — Sun Herald 14 Oct
Dan Woike looks at how the Western Conference teams stack up (with predicted order of finish)
by: Rick Bonnell — Charlotte Observer 13 Oct
NBA Western Conference: Warriors and Rockets still the class of the bunch, but LeBron James make Lakers relevant
by: Dimitrii Gladkov — NBA 13 Oct
The Memphis Grizzlies waived guard Markel Crawford, guard Brandon Goodwin and center Doral Moore to finalize the team’s opening night roster for the 2018-19 regular season, General Manager Chris Wallace announced today.