As we approach the NBA season, this is a good time to look at the total amount. From a craft perspective, there are many factors that understand the total amount. Team protection, coaching, the dominant shot that hampers the big man, home courts can be factors when looking from below. Things like coaching philosophy, young people and depths need to be taken into account when trying to identify beyond.
Let's look at the season's most important team in Seattle. Sonics started 29-11. Talk about a disadvantageous situation. This is almost three of the four Seattle games during the entire game. Why is this? This is a case where no disorder occurs, as there are several reasons for this. First of all, this is not a happy team. Keep in mind that Coach Nate McMillan got the guys last season but left Portland. A new trainer came on board and a lot of things fell apart so much that they were fired, and Bob Hill assistant was the new head coach. McMillan's ability to play these guys for team-based basketball and defensive action has not been achieved during the new coaches this season.
In addition, there are decent, underrepresented roles that can turn back, but there are not such large bodies that would become defensive departures. What you are missing is a lot of storks who are basically the ball. The Seattle defense was a joke every season, leaving 105 points per game and 495% being fired by opponents. Both are the worst marks in the NBA. This is not something that will change soon.
I also refer to youth as a factor. This is the case in Toronto and Boston, with two teams rebuilding around a young draft. Both have good compensation, but they have serious defensive weaknesses. We note that Toronto allows 103 ppg on the road, where they started with 13-8 overall. The Celtics allows 107 ppg on the road, where 13-7 is started over the full amount. For young people, this is a trend that is more likely to continue than they are to suddenly begin to play significantly improved protection, especially on the road.
At other times, teams change in the middle of the season. The young Cavaliers work on defense since December, coaches and players acknowledge that this is happening. We note that Cleveland will ship 10-3 in the week.
Coaching philosophy is also the main cause. During the past few years, Detroit Pistons has had a challenging defense team under Larry Brown, one of the most loose and open-minded new coaches, Flip Saunders, who has given more freedom to creative offense. The newly emerging pistols will rise to 13 to 6 on the road.
The Spurs continue to provide a tough defense under Gregg Popovich's coach coach who still has the tools in court to convey taps like Tim Duncan and Bruce Bowen. San Antonio is under 15-6 in his home after being defensive at home last season. Memphis coach Mike Fratello announces a tough defense, and Grizzlies is under the age of 14-5 in the entire home, leaving only 84 ppg.
Two NBA teams are suffering from offensive problems this season because they lack the offensive opportunities. Indiana is plagued by injuries and suspensions and is under the age of 14 to 7. Minnesota continues to seek the third offensive opportunity for Kevin Garnett and Wally Sterling, and this is reflected at the start of the 22nd to the full.
And sometimes this is simply the venue. Denver continues to make the best damages at home, partly because visiting teams do not use the thin air. Denver 106 ppg home, where he started a total of 14-8. Understanding total amounts, defense, defenses, and team strengths and weaknesses can help sportsbetters identify reliable trends to capture winning chances.