2014-2015 NBA basketball: the season is foresight

Approx. We are two weeks away from the start of the 2014-2015 NBA regular season. As with other seasons, it will open to fans who expect great expectations for the individual teams we enjoyed. LeBron James is once again the focus of attention in the upcoming season, despite not winning a title last season.

James decided to return to the place where he started everything for him, the city of Cleveland. James, Kyrie Irving and Kevin Love are trying to transform Cleveland Cavaliers into perennial riders at the very weak Eastern Conference.

If LeBron has decided to sign up to a Western team, such as the Lakers, I honestly believe it will be a rough time to help them at least hold the 1st or 3rd conference of the conference. The reason I say this is because of the depth at the West Conference of the supreme troops.

There are four teams in the West that are able to pull O & Brien trophy in June. The Cavs is probably the number one at the Eastern Conference but is likely to be fighting for the best Western teams, such as Spurs or Clippers.

His colleague, Kobe Bryant, returns to court after having suffered a major injury that has prevented his entire 2013-2014 season. Bryant is trying to regain the Lakers franchise at the highly competitive Western conference. There will be some new faces in Latterland.

They chose to work part-time with the head coach Mike D & Antonias and pick up Laker's great Byron Scott. Scott was a good head coach, though Cleveland's last stop was a complete disaster. He joined right when LeBron set off to join Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh in Miami. There could have been an impact there, but Cavilliers' owner Dan Gilbert's impatience is very slim.

If Scott somehow gets Bryant to take a break, as the reports say he's in a training camp, I think the Lakers can have a shot that makes the games. Bryant is 36 years old, many people know that her dad's time is unbeaten. Bryant may have to spend a few days making the Lakers a legitimate chance to become a competitor in the West.

Last but not least, the defending champions of the San Antonio Spurs defend their title against the elite teams of the league and will have the strength to be expected in the coming season. This ball team showed everyone in the league that he did not have to compile a superstar team to win the championship.

Their front office continued to appreciate the talent and applied them to Coach Popovich's system. The Spurs team has the best nightmare because they are the defending world champions, but I think the Spurs will have no problem with that. I think we are in a very exciting season.