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Around the NBA: Games of the Week

Basketball fans! We are back with another preview of some of the must-see games of the week all in one place for you. We have had a huge trade happen over the weekend as you know as Jimmy Butler heads back to the Eastern Conference to the 76ers. Keep an eye out this week to see how the Timberwolves look now with all this behind them.

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Around the NBA: Games of the Week

Basketball fans: can you believe we are already into November? Worry not, the NBA season is only going to get better from here. Here is a list of some of the must-see games of this week and as always, enjoy the action.

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San Antonio Spurs: 2018 Season Preview​

With the departure of Kawhi Leonard, Tony Parker, and Manu Ginobili, the Spurs are going into the 2018-2019 NBA season missing three big pieces. Will the Spurs match up with the superteams of the Western Conference, let alone make a playoff run?

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Analyzing the NBA Schedule For the Teams It Truly Matters To (Western Conference)

For the majority of NBA teams, their schedule is not of major relevance. Sure, it allows players and fans to circle key matchups against notable opponents but, with each franchise playing a mammoth 82 games, whether the schedule adds a few more wins or losses is irrelevant to their ultimate position.

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Kawhi Must Recognize Opportunity in Toronto To Realize LA Dream

A little over a year ago, Kawhi Leonard had it all. Entering the 2017 playoffs, the San Antonio Spurs forward was considered the best two-way player in basketball and seemed destined assume the mantle as the leader of the most successful franchise in the NBA since the turn of the century. When he averaged 27.8 points per game on 52% shooting through the opening two rounds of the postseason, everything was going according to plan.

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Could the Spurs’ Incredible Playoff Streak be Coming to an End?

In 1996, the San Antonio Spurs were hopeful of another strong season. After winning 59 games the previous year and spearheaded by 1995 MVP David Robinson, the team from the Alamo City expected to be contenders again.

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