(September 8, 2020)--With the NBA season coming to a close and us now into the second round of the playoff, we are starting to get a bit of a better idea on who looks most likely to take home an NBA Finals Ring. Throughout the season, the Lakers have been favorited to win the tournament due to the signing of Anthony Davis who would accompany Lebron James fantastically. The pair have been seriously formidable through the season, and now it’s the playoffs with them tied 1-1 with the Houston Rockets in the series, they look as if they are likely to go through. Although, this wouldn’t be an easy fete as the rockets, headed by James Harden, won’t go down without a fight and are certainly an impressive side; especially when Harden is throwing 3’s from all over the place. The Lakers are currently 11/4 to win the NBA.
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"We're a complete team. [Giannis is] the MVP...but we still have a hell of a team behind him." pic.twitter.com/n46eexAcsk— Milwaukee Bucks (@Bucks) September 7, 2020