With the schedules released, we now know where all those new faces in new places around the NBA will be welcomed by their new fans, and perhaps more importantly, we know where they'll likely not exactly be embraced when they return to face their old fans.
From the Battle of L.A. taking on a whole new meaning with the addition of Kawhi Leonard and Paul George to the Clippers and Anthony Davis joining LeBron James with the Lakers, to Russell Westbrook returning to Oklahoma City as a Houston Rocket, the intriguing matchups abound.
We hear why Al Horford is no longer a Celtic at his introductory press conference; NFL owners propose an 18-game season and more Westbrook trade aftermath:
1:22: Al Horford made his first appearance with the 76ers at an introductory press conference, where he indicated that Philadelphia offered him (possibly), more money than Boston. Chris Forsberg, Kyle Draper, and Phil Perry discuss his comments, and how Boston fans will remember him.
5:39: Michael Hurley joins DJ Bean and Phil Perry to discuss the report that NFL owners proposed an 18-game schedule, with a 16-game max per player. What will be the response of the players and the fans?
9:49: Phil Perry, Chris Forsberg, and Kyle Draper are joined by Rich Keefe to continue to breakdown the Russell Westbrook trade to Houston, and what the chances for success are for him with James Harden.
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Beyonce and Jay-Z. Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Alex Rodriguez and Jennifer Lopez.
Power couples have been the "in" thing for quite some time.
But when it came to NBA teams, the preference was to create super teams instead.
However, Kawhi Leonard’s decision to sign with the Los Angeles Clippers and bring Paul George with him after George demanded a trade from Oklahoma City, has rocked the NBA landscape on many levels.
The return of the power couple to the NBA.
Here we take a look at the top 10 tandems in the NBA in what has been an offseason that truth be told, has yet to slow down … not even a little bit.