Some Questions to Ask Yourself as the NBA Season is about to Continue:

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    As the NBA season is slowly but surely creeping up on us, I started thinking about the rest of the NBA season, and what it will look like. I enjoy thinking of questions for myself to answer, just to get myself thinking about the future of this NBA season. So far, I have thought of these questions relating to the season in Orlando:

    • Do you think it was fair that 8 teams didn’t go to Orlando?
    • Do you think it is too much of a risk for the NBA to resume?
    • Which player do you think has the most to prove in these playoffs?
    • Who do you think is going to win the championship, and why?
    • How do you think the NBA should give the higher seeds an advantage if any since they won’t have a home-court advantage?
    • Do you think NBA players will show rust when they return?
    • What do you think the NBA should do if some of the teams players contract the virus?
    • Who do you think will make the 8th seed in the Western Conference?
    • Do you like how the NBA will most likely start the new season in December?
      • Do you think that the NBA will continue to start their season in December for the future?
    • How much of a difference do you think having no fans in the stadium will cause?
    • I have heard that some players might not feel comfortable going to Orlando. What are your thoughts on that?
    • Do you think there should be an asterisk on the NBA champion this year? Why or why not?

    I hope you guys enjoyed reading and answering some of my questions, and maybe you can also try thinking of some questions to answer, since to me, its actually a fun activity!

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