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It’s Midseason, How Do Things Stack Up In The NBA?

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Now that we are halfway thru the NBA season, things look just like they were same time last year. Kobe Bryant and LeBron James were awarded the best players of last year’s league and it looks like they will be given the same awards this year. Both were given MVP trophies and one or the other is most likely to get another this year.

Carmello Anthony, a force to deal with, led the Denver Nuggets to a record of 29-14 getting them the third spot for this season.

Dallas holds the number 7 spot led by Dirk Nowitzki, their high priced player. He is worth every dollar he’s paid for he averages 25.3 points in every game. Number 1 in the league is currently the Cleveland Cavaliers followed by LA Lakers in Number 2. The Seattle Supersonics moved to Oklahoma City and assumed a new name which is The Thunder. The team is playing well and looks like they will make it to the play-offs.

The New Jersey Nets are often called the “cellar dwellers” because of their 3-40 win-loss record. It’s thrice as bad as the 9-36 record of Minnesota. Vince Carter and his team are maintaining Orlando’s respectable position at 29-15 for this season. In the meantime, the teams who are in the middle are continuously fighting it out. These are Phoenix, Portland, San Antonio and Utah. Each team have their own shining moments and horrible losses. The playoffs are just months from now and a lot of things can change in this dynamic and unpredictable NBA season.