There is less than a month to start on October 18 the 2022/23 season in the NBA and it seems like a good time to review the NBA market and see whic
There is less than a month to start on October 18 the 2022/23 season in the NBA and it seems like a good time to review the NBA market and see which teams have done better. Then, logically, it is the track that puts everyone in their place.
Clearly, the team that has taken a major leap forward in this market has been Cleveland Cavaliers with the acquisition of an established star like Donovan Mitchell, to which must be added the return of Ricky Rubio, which last year had a great impact on youngsters (Darius Garland) and veterans (Kevin Love, who had his best season in five years). Ricky knows Donovan Mitchell from his time in Utah and he will surely speed up his adaptation.
The other big market winner in the summer of 2022 is Philadelphia 76erswhich has stabilized a squad that last year was somewhat lame in defense with the arrival of james harden. The great addition at the defensive level is PJ Tucker, who, if he is physically fit, will make a huge jump to the Pennsylvania team. But not only that, another defender has arrived like De’Anthony Melton, a shooter like Danuel House or a guarantee player to give rest to Joel Embid as Montreal Harrell. Daryl Morey has moved on well, so Doc Rivers this year is out of excuses if the project doesn’t pan out.
Other teams that have done well have been the boston celticswho have punctuated their finalist squad with the arrivals of Malcolm Brogdon and Danilo Gallinari, or the Utah Jazzwho have known how to start their reconstruction by getting infinite rounds of the draft for Mitchell and Rudy Gobert.