NBA’s ‘Year Of Parity’ Doesn’t Have Any
When Kawhi Leonard chose the Clippers over the Lakers, fans and the NBA media celebrated the ‘Year of Parity’ to come with the Warriors’ dynasty in shambles and the most equitable balance of power since the Heat’s Big 3. What’s actually happened is the opposite. Right now the Lakers, Bucks and Clippers are the only three teams with a legitimate shot to win it all, and the rest of the league is playing for whatever they’re playing for since they can’t win a title. Colin thinks it’s better for the NBA the Lakers have stepped into the vacuum left by the Warriors because stars and dominant teams are always more fun to watch than parity.
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