NBA Power Rankings: Way-too-early look at how teams stack up for 2019-20

Chris Forsberg
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Now that the playoffs are over, get ready for the real NBA craziness: an offseason that's bound to be nuts. Chris Forsberg takes a way-too-early look at Power Rankings for the 2019-2020 season.

NBA Power Rankings: Way-too-early look at how teams stack up for 2019-20

Now that the playoffs are over, get ready for the real NBA craziness: an offseason that's bound to be nuts. Chris Forsberg takes a way-too-early look at Power Rankings for the 2019-2020 season.

NBA Power Rankings: Way-too-early look at how teams stack up for 2019-20 originally appeared on nbcsportsboston.com

The 2018-19 NBA season just ended in epic fashion Thursday night, as Kawhi Leonard and the Raptors quashed the Warriors' quest for a three-peat while Golden State's stars kept dropping like flies?

So, how can the league possibly follow up that postseason? Get ready for the real craziness, as this offseason is shaping up to be absolutely bonkers.

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Kawhi Leonard, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Klay Thompson, Jimmy Butler, and Kemba Walker head a free agent class loaded with All-Stars, while Anthony Davis could find himself in Boston, Los Angeles, or parts unknown sometime soon.

So with all of those dominoes ready to fall, how will things shake out next season? Will Golden State reclaim its spot atop the NBA pecking order? Vegas doesn't think so, with the Lakers - who missed the playoffs this season - installed as early favorites for next year.

Before the rumor mill spins into high gear, and before the lunacy takes hold, Chris Forsberg has a way-too-early projection for the 2019-20 NBA season.

Click here for Forsberg's NBA Power Rankings for next year.>>>>

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