The Bucks will dominate in the Central Division

The Milwaukee Bucks should have no trouble leading the NBA’s Eastern Conference Central Division after claiming the champion trophy for the first time in 50 years.

The Indiana Pacers and Chicago Bulls will be interesting teams that must battle to make the playoffs. The Cleveland Cavaliers and Detroit Pistons are in the process of rebuilding.

Led by Giannis Antetokounmpo, the Bucks are candidates to defend the title and go deep in the playoffs. Together with Kris Middleton and Jrue Holiday he forms the main triumvirate of the club who will miss the defense of PJ Tucker.

Coach Mike Budenholzer will continue to bet on the offensive and defensive strength of his star (Giannis) along with what his squires and those who will complete the team’s roster can contribute.

Indiana will have the appeal of rookie Chris Duarte and the return of coach Rick Carlisle. Domantas Sabanis, one of the league’s most underrated stars, and Malcolm Brogdon are its most stellar players.

TJ Warren was a revelation at the Orlando Bubble, but was injured and only played three games. TJ McConnell is an expert on ball cuts and Caris LeVert has had some great moments in recent seasons.

The team that changed the most, for the better, was the Chicago Bulls, who added Lonzo Ball, DeMar DeRozan and Alex Caruso to their roster to join forces with Nikola Vucevic, one of the league’s most versatile tall men, and scorer scorer Zach LaVine.

If the team that Billy Donovan coaches can do a medium job on the defensive end, the offense can lead them to at least cross from the regular season.

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The Cavaliers received the integration of rookie center Eric Mobley, Spanish point guard Ricky Rubio and forward Lauri Markkanen to try to complement the core of guards Collin Sexton and Darius Garland, as well as defensive center Jarrett Allen.

Coach JB Bickerstaff will have a big task ahead of him. Isaac Okoro can contribute and see if there is any Kevin Love left or if he will be a game changer in the middle of the campaign.

The Pistons, with coach Dwane Casey, won the draft lottery jackpot with number one pick Cade Cunningham, projected to be their starting point guard and to share with veteran tall Kelly Olynyk and young Saddiq Bey, defensive Isaiah Stewart and powerful scorer Jerami Grant. Something short in depth will have to fight a lot to advance.



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