Intensity in 10 Cities: An Unbiased Look at the NBA

July 20th, 2010 by Mitch Kunzler Leave a reply »
The NBA is crazy, crazier than it's ever been. And with the Recent trades that have taken place, the general attitude of the NBA has taken on a new mood: Panic.

After Chris Bosh and LeBron James recently moved to Miami to play with Dwyane Wade, a mixture of feelings erupted throughout the NBA.

Miami fans are jumping for joy at the thought of another NBA title. Cavs fans screaming, crying, and gnashing their teeth as their "King" abandons and betrays them. (Come on Cleveland, we all knew he was leaving.) And then there is the rest of the NBA fans, most of which have no clue what to think.

But at the same time, I realize that we all overreacted a little bit. We did. All of us did. LeBron's move was a big deal, but it wasn't the end of the world. Despite the magnitude of the decision, we probably could have done without all of the chaos. (That chump Dan Gilbert definitely wasn't helping though.)

So at this point, the future of the NBA has fallen into the hands of pretty much ten teams:

Los Angeles Lakers Miami Heat Boston Celtics Chicago Bulls Orlando Magic Phoenix Suns Utah Jazz New York Knicks Oklahoma City Thunder Denve ...

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