The 2013 NBA season ended with a blast, after the Miami Heat claimed their 2nd consecutive title. It took a grueling 7 game series for them to overcome one of the western basketball pillars, the San Antonio Spurs. Spurs fans expected a game 7 win but the Big Three played a well-orchestrated game along with the rest of the team to seal off the deal. Just like that, the boys from the East once again claimed basketball supremacy.
Slam dunks, alley hoops, crowd cheers, are now part of history as we enter the post season. A seemingly interesting post season awaits players and fans alike, as the league will have a huge overhaul.
The West side seems to be making a lot of changes, as former Lakers big man Dwight Howard suits up to play for the Houston Rockets. Howard after making a quick exit in the playoffs with the Lakers, is now looking to play with Houston to continue his journey to an NBA title. The Rockets now have Lin, Harden, and Howard to boost their firepower for the coming season. Another big man, Andrew Bynum is looking to take his talent to the Cleveland. Metta World Peace another Laker player is now heading to New York to play. The Los Angeles Lakers took a lot of beating with their big losses, but their main man Kobe Bryant remains composed and is looking forward to a better season. The Clippers is looking to revamp their team by adding up Doc Rivers as their Head Coach. The Los Angeles Clippers fell short during last season’s playoff against the Memphis Grizzlies. Andre Iguodala is rumored to sign up with the Nuggets to a 5-year contract. The Mavericks is also looking forward to a great season with the addition of Monte Ellis to their backcourt.
The East however, is holding up a lot of stories during the post season. Bulls fans will still have to wait as superstar Derick Rose is still far from entering the hard wood, Rose stated that he is still far from reaching his top form and there is no specific date for his comeback. The Boston Celtics is now down to one player out of their original starters after trading Kevin Garnett and Paul Pierce to the Brooklyn Nets. The combination of Ray Allen, Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo earned them a title back in 2008, but since then they have struggled to figure out the winning formula that they need to win another title. Lebron James caused an up-roar in the Philippines as his scheduled visit nears its date. Charles Barkley one of the NBA Greats, commented that James might just be better than the Legendary Michael Jordan. Only time can tell whether James can surpass the great Air Jordan, as the King will have to prove his self a couple more times.
The opening of yet another epic and interesting season nears its mark, a lot of shuffles and drama in the post-season will definitely make a difference. This is going to be another epic battle for basketball supremacy for every undying fan to watch. Having said that, now would be a great time to score those basketball tickets online by visiting Ticket Broker.
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