NBA preview: How every team can turn the 2017-18 season into a success
Previewing all 30 teams before the start of the regular season
The NBA season is upon us. The Warriors winning their second NBA championship in three seasons and a wild offseason that featured seven 2017 All-Stars finding new homes feels like yesterday. The 72nd NBA season will open on Tuesday with a doubleheader, as LeBron James (if healthy) and the Cavs face his former teammate, Kyrie Irving and the Celtics, followed by the Warriors hosting the Rockets on ring ceremony night.
The best part about the beginning of the season is that everyone starts on blank slate. By Thursday, every team in the Association will have at least played a game. But before the season tips off, our fine CBS Sports NBA scribes have you covered on how your favorite team can turn their season into a success.
Consider this your go-to hub for all your team's needs prior to the 26-week grind.
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Los Angeles Lakers
New Orleans Pelicans
New York Knicks
Oklahoma City Thunder
Portland Trail Blazers
San Antonio Spurs
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