Off season winner? I'd say this has been as bout as close to a summer of 2k17 for curry as its ever going to be
I mean Warriors did stack themselves with some decently enough vets that can still play so that's always an option, but people don't see those additions as great because of the already massive power they have.
Celtics, well the Celtics got two really good pieces, although they did lose a very good defender in Bradley. So I wouldn't say they exactly win, but their around top 3/4?
Lakers, I'm telling you, Lonzo is going to be a star. Something we haven't seen in a very long time. He's special. But besides him I don't see a big leap, I mean Brook is okay...I like KCP but can he shoot consistently enough to play along Zo?
The Wolves. They pulled off a heist. I mean they lose Zach(ACL tear though so questionable) and my boy Dunn. But other than that, they basically traded Rubio and some bullshit for Butler, Teague, Gibson and Crawford.
I gotta go with the Wolves though. They are going to be a top five seed.
Yeah i was more so talking about just off season shit, partying with random college kids/trolling lebron/ hitting like 30 3s in a row today at a random place/ basically playing golf at pro lvl (beating some pros)
Boston will basically be at the same place they're this year can't really see much changing
Lakers wont make play offs so mean nothing to me atm, What i was surprised about ball was how shit hes first game was (how much everyone was flaming him etc) But he worked it out & played well
Wolves made some big moves, but need to see them play together
I think Lonzo is one of those players that needs the feel first. I mean I was looking at his old high school stats Freshman/Sophomore year, and they were decent but not to where they were when he was a Junior/Senior. I was talking to a lot of laker fans and they are putting massive amounts of hope on this kid, but I myself think he will be great, I think it'll go one of two ways with the kid:
1. he will have a good ass first day and ride the wave through ups and downs ofcourse.
2. he will have a bad first game, everyone will shit talk him and by the tenth game he will be back to being a "big baller".
I agree about the wolves, but I feel like they got a decent squad there, I mean chemistry is always a thing but you know with people like Taj and Butler that are 'bonders' through every team they go to, it'll be a sight to see.