A lot has been said about the NBA with fans getting worried about the league being more of a show than a sport lately. Here are the five questions that might tell how the NBA will be in 2020.
Has the League Passed by the Famous LeBron James?
Every player has his days of glory and his retiring days. No one ever predicts when retirements come, but fans are concerned that LeBron is already on his way out. The king has over 56,000 minutes in the game.
Is the Three-Point Revolution Any Closer to The End?
With almost a decade into the three-point trend, there is still no sign that it will slow down any time soon. In the eight-straight season in 2019, the trend rose even higher, and trifectas are now counted for over 36% of goal attempts.
Will Joel Embiid’s Body be Ready to Keep Up with The Game?
Sadly, Embiid has not been doing so well physically, which has affected his game. Following several ailment-related breaks during the previous season, both the league and his fans are hoping that he is now in better shape to keep up with his scores in the 2020 season.
Who Will Assist LeBron as a Perimeter Shot?
With LeBron James turning 35, it is a high time for his team to look for an assist is the perimeter shot creator. Here several candidates such as Rajon Rondo, Kyle Kuzma, and Quinn Cook. So, who will it be? Maybe in 2020 fans will get an answer to this question.
Will the Spurs Find Their Way to The Top?
The Spurs has a tough time trying to make it to the top five last season. They played more of an offensive game and had a lot of mid-range shooting. However, it is hoped that the team will learn the advantage of the three-pointers.