We are very close to the tip off of the new 2023-2024 NBA season, and to better prepare for the new year, your favorite podcast, Four Quarters – The NBA in 48 Minutes, presents the Eastern Conference Power Ranking with all Eastern teams, from worst to best (here the calendar of the new season NBA 2023-2024).
We dedicated between three and five minutes per lineup to stay within the forty-eight minutes of the episode (an almost impossible challenge) with at least one keyword for each franchise. Which team will be at the top of the rankings? The Milwaukee Bucks of Giannis Antetokounmpo and Damian Lillard or the Boston Celtics of Jaylen Brown, Jason Tatum, Kristaps Porziņģis and newcomer Jrue Holiday? Spoiler: it was not an easy choice.
Can the Miami Heat and Philadelphia 76ers try to compete with the top two teams in the Eastern Conference? Jimmy Butler, Bam Adebayo, the returning Tyler Herro and the brilliance of Erik Spoelstra will try as usual, thanks to their system and their “Heat Culture,” to put a spoke in the wheels of the two top teams in the Eastern Conference.
The Philadelphia 76ers, seemed to have found some internal balance after the exoneration of a disappointing Doc Rivers on the bench (replaced by Nick Nurse). However, the crooked moons of a James Hardens more and more of a character and less and less of a superstar again broke the bank in the city of brotherly love. If Harden were to stay in Philadelphia, would he be able to play without bellyaches with Embiid? On the contrary, a possible Harden trade (rumors say Clippers) would make the 76ers’ project one of the most unsuccessful in recent years.
As usual, if you missed the last episode dedicated to the maxi-trade between Portland Trail Blazers, Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns, you can catch up with it here.
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