Kevin Durant will make his regular season debut with the Golden State Warriors in TWELVE DAYS. Durant and Curry will obviously be the teams main scores backed by other contributors like Klay Thompson and Draymond Green. Curry has won the MVP award two years in a row and the year before Curry’s first Durant won it, so this Golden State team has the MVP’s from the last three years making them all the more dangerous. Their first game is against the San Antonio Spurs.
WARRIORS 110 – 98 SPURS
MVP: Steph Curry- 28 points
The Cavs are coming off an offseason where so far they haven’t resigned their number one shooting guard, they lost Mathew Dellavedova and Timofey Mozgov. But the one gain is that they have resigned LeBron James. Ever since taking down the Golden State Warriors in game seven of the NBA finals they have made the impression that they are now one of the best in the NBA. Led by Kyrie Irving and LeBron James they will play their first game against the New York Knicks.
CAVALIERS 104 – 96 KNICKS
MVP: Kyrie Irving-26 points
Damian Lillard is one of the best when it comes to point guards, and Portland is one of the best when it comes to young teams. Lillard is ranked by some as a 90 but I would rank him in the late 80’s though. CJ McColumn was the NBA’s most improved player last season, and now he poses as a threat to any team he plays. But after signing Festus Ezeli, the center from the Warriors, there is a problem of either starting Ezeli or Mason Plumlee who was Portland’s pervious starting center, I would start Ezeli. The Blazer’s first game is against the Utah Jazz.
Trailblazers 100 – 92 Jazz
MVP: Damian Lillard- 25 points