(Written by Andrew Sharp, Ben Golliver, Rob Mahoney, Jeremy Woo, Rohan Nadkarni, DeAntae Prince, Dan Gartland, Mitch Goldich and Jarrel Harris).The NBA has been in full swing for a few weeks now, but it’s still too early to make serious conclusions about most of the teams around the league. So instead of worrying about small sample size, let’s look at the bigger picture. This is a thought exercise. Imagine an NBA addict goes into a coma tomorrow, and then wakes up in November 2020. What would that person ask about basketball? What would we tell them? Today, The Crossover’s writers transport themselves to the future and answer all the important questions. Here are 20 predictions for 2020. Is LeBron still the best player in the world? NOPE. By any objective measure — €”including the past three Finals — €”Kevin Durant is the best player in the world. Anthony Davis and Steph Curry are battling for No. 2. LeBron is still good enough to scare people, but right now, he’s not even the best player in the East. Giannis Antetokounmpo is putting up 27, 12, and 8 every night. It’s ridiculous.*(*Don’t worry, LeBron’s still made the Finals the past four years. 2020’s not that crazy.) — A.S…. Read full this story
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