NBA Storylines for 2019-2020

The NBA season is in full swing and it is only the first week of the regular season. There are a lot of headlines heading into the 2019-2020 season.

For the first time in a while, there won’t be any super teams across the NBA. It will be based on which duos, which bench, which other starters, and which coach will be the best this season in order to win it all.

The first headline heading into this season is, can the Los Angeles Clippers finally win it all for the first time in franchise history.

In the first couple of games, it sure looks like they can. Kawhi Leonard is playing well and the bench is very deep. Wait until Paul George comes back some time in November from his offseason shoulder surgery.

The second headline will be, can Lebron James win another NBA championship in his illustrious career and can he do it this time with Anthony Davis?

The third headline will be, how good is the Western Conference and which teams out west will make it and which ones will miss?

The fourth headline will be, can the Toronto Raptors find a way some way some how to win it all for the second consecutive season even without Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green?

The fifth headline will be, can the Philadelphia 76ers win the NBA Championship with Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons?

The sixth headline will be, will Giannis Antetokounmpo win MVP again and can he lead them to an NBA title?

The seventh headline will be, is Michael Porter Jr. going to be a stud for the Denver Nuggets after sitting out all of last season with a back injury? Porter Jr. was taken by Denver 14th overall in the 2018 NBA Draft out of the University of Missouri. He could have been a Top 5 pick if Michael Porter Jr. didn’t have back issues.

The eighth headline will be, how will Kyrie Irving be in Brooklyn and does Kevin Durant come back at all?

Some other things to watch this season: Russell Westbrook and James Harden duo with the Houston Rockets, how bad will the bottom of the Eastern Conference be, how much will Zion Williamson play when he is healthy for the New Orleans Pelicans, and will Jimmy Butler regret signing with the Miami Heat?