The NBA Needs to Change Their Playoff Format

December 3rd, 2009 by Jay Singh Leave a reply »

As the NBA season rolls on and the Nets continue to search for that precious first win, the Lakers, Magic, Cavaliers, and Nuggets continue to roll.

Now should we even call the Lakers, Magic, Cavs, and Nuggets teams? Or should they be called, Kobe, Dwight, LeBron, and Carmelo?

It is completely true that an NBA team needs a centerpiece to build around. The more talented the main player, the better the team ends up being over time.

It’s a foregone conclusion that these will be the teams at the end of the year competing in the final rounds of the playoffs.

Those final rounds can be said to be the most exciting time of the playoffs. Though the first round of the playoffs can be said to be the exact opposite.

The disparity in talent in the NBA really creates an elite group of teams, a mediocre group, and a group of teams vying for a 25 percent chance at the next superstar.

An NBA season cannot be made any more competitive and will always have these three groups of teams ...

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