NBA Game Previews
|Saturday, April 20, 2013|
|New York Knicks vs Boston Celtics||Game Forecast||Free Preview|
|Denver Nuggets vs Golden State||Game Forecast||Free Preview|
|Brooklyn Nets vs Chicago Bulls||Game Forecast||Free Preview|
|LA Clippers vs Memphis Grizzlies||Game Forecast||Free Preview|
|Sunday, April 21, 2013|
|Indiana Pacers vs Atlanta Hawks||Game Forecast||Free Preview|
|San Antonio Spurs vs LA Lakers||Game Forecast||Free Preview|
|Miami Heat vs Milwaukee Bucks||Game Forecast||Free Preview|
|Oklahoma City vs Houston Rockets||Game Forecast||Free Preview|
Okay, so the forecast for the National Basketball Association is pretty bleak. Right now, we're not thinking about game previews for opening day of the season because, well, no one really expects basketball to be played on day one.
The best NBA forecast for this season would try to predict when the season would start or, better yet, if there will even be a season. Unfortunately, our Super Computer cannot plug in statistics and run simulations and give us the probabilities on that. But, perhaps, we need to find a way to incorporate Donald Sterling's current liquid assets and weight them against his pending lawsuits to arrive at the point when the first owner will crack. Or, perhaps, we need to look at how much money teams in Turkey, China, Italy, Spain, and England are willing to pay for average NBA players. Honestly, we can't imagine Brandon Jennings would have a tough time finding a job in Europe after he already spent a year there, at least until the lockout ends (assuming it really does end).
Despite what the tone may be here, we are optimistic at AccuScore that the NBA will be back this season. If (and when) the NBA does reopen its doors, we are prepared to offer you free previews of every game if you're a casual fan, and premium forecasts if you're a serious sports investor. At the end of the day, the owners aren't just locking out the players; they're locking out the fans, vendors, and us.