[Introduction] New season, new outlook, new ranking, the US media recently based on the lineup players, management of 30 NBA teams
In terms of funds and other aspects, the ranking of NBA team capabilities and rights in the next three seasons was selected.
Not surprisingly, the thriving Heat ranked first on the list, while the Rockets rose from 13th last year to second and won the runner-up. The Thunder, Spurs, and Warriors ranked 3rd, 4th, and 5th.
First place, Miami Heat Overall rating: 70.5 points
Player: 78.4 points
Management: 80.8 points
Market: 85.2 points
Draft: 28.9 points
Capital: 49.7 points
Now the Heat are sweeping the NBA, and for some time to come, this fire will burn even more violently.
In addition to James, whose ability is still unknown, the abilities of super point guards Wade and Bosh are also unquestionable. The Big Three joined hands to start the All-Star Game, and they all set new career shooting percentage records.
In the selection of the best coach of the year, Heat coach Spoelstra won the second place.
The results achieved by the Heat in the past two years are unparalleled. In addition to the two championship trophies, last season’s 27-game winning streak in the regular season was the longest regular-season winning streak in 41 years, ranking second in NBA history.
The record of 66 wins refreshed team history.
That’s right, the Heat are at their peak, and a Heat dynasty is about to be formed, but whether they can achieve it depends on whether they can achieve three consecutive championships.
Next summer, the contracts of the Big Three and coach Spoelstra will expire. If the defending title fails, James is very likely to test the free agent market. Although the Heat lost a lot of draft picks to form the Big Three, it doesn’t matter. Their number one
The mission is to keep James next summer.
Second place, Houston Rockets Overall rating: 67.4 points
Player: 75.3 points
Management: 67.7 points
Market: 65.5 points
Draft: 44.9 points
Capital: 55.4 points
The operation of the Rockets this year has been extremely successful. For such a rebuilding team, it is really admirable to recruit two superstars within a year.
Although the Rockets’ lineup is good, running-in is still a problem, and they still have many questions to be resolved.
For example, can Jeremy Lin be competent as the starting point guard, who is the most suitable partner for Warcraft, etc.?
I think the top management and management of the Rockets can solve these problems.
Moreover, the Rockets’ main players are all young, and they have time to constantly enrich their wings to win the championship.
In addition, it must be mentioned that the Rockets still hold all first-round picks.
By 2015, when the contracts of Jeremy Lin and Asik expire, they will have enough salary space to do a lot in the free agent market.
Third place, Oklahoma City Thunder Overall rating: 65.6 points
Player: 80.0 points
Management: 75.8 points
Market: 46.3 points
Draft: 52.5 points
Capital: 28.5 points
The Thunder’s ranking dropped slightly this year. The main reason is that Harden’s departure reduced the Thunder’s competitiveness. However, the Thunder, which has the best perimeter combination in the league, has greatly increased their score in terms of players.
Although Westbrook’s injury in the playoffs hurt the Spurs, the Thunder are willing to give these talented players time to grow, because gold always has a chance to shine.
And in the absence of Westbrook, Reggie Jackson has been able to support the entire team, and Jeremy Lamb will also take on more responsibilities in the new season.
In fact, the biggest disadvantage for the Thunder is that the city they are in is too small.
Fourth place, San Antonio Spurs Overall rating: 64.0 points
Player: 65.6 points
Management: 83.3 points
Market: 54.9 points
Draft: 43.7 points
Capital: 54.7 points
In the new season, the Spurs retain their original team, and this is their last chance to hit the championship together. However, in the eyes of many in the NBA, even so, this veteran team will still be able to maintain a strong competitiveness in the next three years
The Spurs’ management team is the best in the league. General manager R.C. Buford and coach Gregg Popovich have proven their management skills in the past.
During the offseason, the Spurs gave up the chance to chase free agents and chose to spend funds on strengthening key players.
Therefore, the current team of the Spurs will be retained until 2015. At that time, the Spurs will only have Splitter with a contract. At that time, the Spurs will be very flexible.
Fifth place, Golden State Warriors Overall rating: 61.1 points
Player: 66.4 points
Management: 64.9 points
Market: 68.0 points
Draft: 21.9 points
Capital: 57.7 points
In March 2012, Warriors owner Joe Lacob was traded to the Bucks, and he received a lot of criticism and doubts, but now Joe fights back with his strength. The Warriors have grown rapidly in the past year and a half.
It also allowed them to jump from the 19th place on the list last year to the fifth place this year.
In the new season, the Warriors will hit a whole new level with the leadership of Stephen Curry and the help of Andre Iguodala.
6-10 places: Chicago Bulls, Indiana Pacers, Los Angeles Clippers, Cleveland Cavaliers, Memphis Grizzlies.