Each and every year, young players throughout the NBA breakout in the postseason. Last year, we saw players such as Pascal Siakam, Derrick White, and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander step into the spotlight and shine. So, which players will breakout in the bubble this year?
Bubble Breakout Candidate #1: Chris Boucher
With COVID-19 cases rising rampantly and a few players deciding to opt-out of playing in the NBA restart in Orlando, teams made roster additions to fill those voids. I ranked every one of those roster additions. Let's dive in:
J.R. Smith: Los Angeles Lakers
A lot of people remember J.R. Smith
The NBA champions of 2020 will be the first champions with abnormal circumstances due to the Covid19 pandemic. Will the champs have an asterisk or will they purely be legitimate? There are many reasons to give an asterisk but when you think champion this will be legitimate.
What could cause
Coming into the year, USC power forward Onyeka Okongwu was largely considered to be a late first-round NBA draft pick. As of today, Okongwu is almost certainly a lock to go top 10 in the 2020 NBA draft and is probably the best big man coming out of this class.
IN THIS ARTICLE:
*NBA Regular Season Schedule*
*Play-In Scenario "What If's"*
*Sacramento Kings Updates, Videos*
Eight Games To End 13 Year Playoff Drought
The Kings will face four 'current playoff' teams in their quest to end their 13 year playoff drought when the NBA season resumes on 7/30 (hopefully).
Over the weekend, the NBA released the
Coming into this year's past draft, there was a lot of hype surrounding the top few picks of the draft. Big names like Zion Williamson, Ja Morant, and R.J. Barrett all created buzz around the incoming rookies. Some of this year's rookies had success, and some did not. Of those