Houston finished third in the Western Conference in the last campaign, but after Monday they could be ready to take on the Warriors.
If Kawhi Leonard has exactly the same season he did a year ago, it'll be enough to earn his first MVP award. But he's not going to settle for that. Teamed-up superstars will get in each other's way, splitting stats and clearing the road for the guy who finished third in the voting after the
LAS VEGAS—As star after star headed west this summer either in free agency or via trade, Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers became more and more bewildered. “I think Gordon Hayward's the smartest one. He got out of town,” Rivers said, referring to the all-star small forward's move from Utah