Heading into the NBA playoffs there were a lot of intriguing matchups, but in my opinion the most intriguing of all the matchups in the Eastern Conference was the up and coming Milwaukee Bucks going head to head against the Atlanta Hawks.
Wow, the Cavs already won Game 1 without much of a hiccup. Stop the presses. Is this surprising to you? Well, it shouldn’t be. The Cavs played great with Shaq back in the lineup. O’Neal looked like he didn’t miss a beat after sitting out most of the second half of the season.
There are a lot of intriguing matchups coming into the NBA playoffs the season and it looks like we’ll be on our way to another entertaining postseason with a spectacular ending, but in the meantime need to figure look at the first round matchups and see who will be advancing to the next round.
There is no doubting that right now the Cleveland Cavaliers are by far the favorite to come out of the Eastern conference and represent the East in the NBA finals. No team in the East has a player like LeBron James who can just take over again whenever he feels he needs to.
The Thunder will make their first playoff appearance in its young existence. Oklahoma City is currently the sixth seed in the west but are locked in a three-way battle with the Portland Trail Blazers and San Antonio Spurs.
Staff Writer: Ryan Ward Even though we see a lot of the same teams in the NBA contending for titles and playoff spots, as time goes on other teams, so of which do not expect, start to emerge as forces to be reckoned with. This season we have a seen a few teams around the… Continue reading Are the Milwaukee Bucks a force to be reckoned with in the Eastern Conference?
The NBA regular season is quickly coming to an end with less than 15 games left for most of the teams around the league. With the regular season ending all the playoff bound teams in the NBA are either trying to hold on their seeds.
The Eastern Conference isn’t exactly the conference it used to be back in the 80s and 90s, but as we see young teams emerge like LeBron James’ Cleveland Cavaliers and Dwight Howard’s Orlando Magic the conference might be back on the rise again with a promising future.