DeMario Davis Elite Jersey Of course it’s Houston Rockets vs. Oklahoma City Thunder in the first round. Of course it’s James Harden vs. Russell Westbrook. The two leading MVP candidates square off against each, settling their candidacies for the award once and for all.
No, that’s not really fair — Houston is favored because they won more and have a better team, and the MVP is a team award. However, the narrative will fall squarely on those two. There’s no way around it, and you can only imagine how the crowd will start buzzing or Twitter would start spazzing out when those two end up guarding each other for a possession. It will happen, someone will get roasted (that will 100 percent happen), and it will be a magical moment.
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Oklahoma City implodes whenever Westbrook isn’t on the floor, and Houston has one of the league’s best benches — with two Sixth Man of the Year candidates! One key will be surviving the Westbrook-less stretches despite that.
The home team is 8-0 SU and 6-2 ATS in the last eight games between these two teams. The Grizzlies weren’t competitive in the first two games of the series, but this time around they’ll enter San Antonio with plenty of confidence and momentum. How much that confidence and momentum will matter against one of the league’s best home teams is yet to be determined.
The most recent one happened with the No. 26 pick in 2011. Essentially, the Ravens tried to make a trade, but ran out of time.
Apparently, the team saw that there were a bunch of players available that the team would have been very satisfied to draft, and therefore were entertaining offers to trade back into either the later first round or even the second round, where they could still get one of the guys on their draft board and accumulate additional picks as well.