Vegas Over/Under: 55.5

The Record Projection: 60-22 of fromal The Bet: Hammer the over Don’t have any worries about Chris Paul and James Harden’s fit in exactly the same backcourt.
Even though it’s an undeniable truth that only 1 basketball exists during any given match, the two guards are enormous shot-creators who also flourish as spot-up weapons.
Paul scored 1.1 points per possession (PPP) at catch-and-shoot scenarios (77.3 percentile), while Harden put up 1.2 PPP (90.6 percentile). Complaining about these numbers is an impossible undertaking, and they provide head trainer Mike D’Antoni the luxury of conducting with one of the two or both in conjunction.
But this isn’t just about always having one elite floor overall playing.
Even though the Houston Rockets parted with a few crucial pieces to land Paul, they managed to replace them add even more depth to their coffers. Acquiring P.J. Tucker and Luc Mbah a Moute shouldn’t be overlooked, and the exact same is true of the choice to re-sign Nene for the next few seasons.
These Rockets are loaded with top-end ability and high-quality turning members to supplement the work of these celebrities. They may just have the league’s third-highest over/under in this stage of the offseason, but they’re a good choice to become the NBA’s second-best team with room to spare.

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