It’s been a while since the NBA’s Finals have been played in America, and with the league’s next games scheduled to take place in Los Angeles on April 6th and in San Antonio on April 9th, it’s clear the world’s basketball fans are tired of seeing their favorite team lose.
With that in mind, it seems like a good idea to put together a list of the best teams in the league and let the fans vote on which team they want to see win the title.
The vote will run for two days, with the top vote-getters receiving an invitation to the NBA draft on May 14th.
Who do you want to be the favorite to win the championship?
The top vote getters for the NBA Championship will be invited to the 2013 NBA Draft on May 15, the league announced on Friday.
Here’s the full list of vote-getting teams:Houston Rockets (41-29)James Harden (24-11)Houston Rockets: It’s a longshot that the Rockets will get to the Finals again.
Despite having the second-best record in the Eastern Conference and a great home court advantage, they’re the second worst team in the East.
But they’re one of the most talented teams in all of basketball, and they could be in for a great year.
They’re also playing in the playoffs for the first time in years, and it would be a shock if they didn’t win it all.
Houston Rockets point guard Patrick Beverley has averaged 18.6 points, 6.9 assists and 5.7 rebounds this season.
The Rockets are also shooting over 41 percent from the field and 38.3 percent from three-point range.
They are one of four teams in this year’s Eastern Conference who have a better offense than the rest of the teams.
New Orleans Pelicans center Anthony Davis, who has averaged a career-high 21.8 points and 10.5 rebounds, leads the way with 19.0 points and 7.5 assists.
The Pelicans are a force on both ends of the floor and are just as good from three, but they have been struggling mightily defensively.
The New Orleans Hornets are also the team to beat in the Western Conference.
They are a great team on both sides of the ball, and the offense should be just as great from the perimeter.
Their defense has been shaky all season, but their ability to get stops at the rim should help the team.
They will be facing the Warriors in the first round of the playoffs.
The Sacramento Kings (28-30)Klay Thompson (13-8)Sacramento Kings: They have a very good shot at the NBA title, and Thompson should be able to carry them to the finish line.
The Kings are also on a good pace at the moment, winning 13 of their last 14 games.
Their defensive prowess should help, too.
They have the best point guard in the conference in DeMarcus Cousins, and if he continues to produce, the Kings will be dangerous offensively.
The NBA is a young league, and Cousins has to be a key piece to keep it that way.
The Houston Rockets are one win away from the Finals, but the Sacramento Kings have already clinched the Western title.
That will be a great achievement for a franchise that has been in the thick of the Eastern conference playoffs since its first appearance in 2007.