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NBA Predictions: Win-Loss ratio for Rockets, Clippers and Lakers after NBA 2019-20 Schedule Release

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    NBA Prediction Houston Rockets Los Angeles Clippers Lakers

    NBA 2019-20 schedule is out and now fans can mark their calendars for the biggest sports battle. It will be the ultimate showdown of NBA rivalries, power duos, stars playing against their older teams. A lot of new details are revealed and this year it has focused on giving players enough time to rest.

    It means now sports analyst can predict how will the games go and which team will win. Here are the NBA Predictions for Rockets, Lakers and Clippers after the schedule release.

    Houston Rockets

    Houston Rockets

    James Harden and Russel Westbrook on the same team for Houston Rockets sounds great but there’s a problem. Both are shooters and one of them needs to defend, otherwise, it will be the same thing all over again.

    Harden and Westbrook have the top NBA numbers with averages of 31.9 and 26.8 in the last few seasons. Still, it won’t be easy for the Rockets to actually win and predictions say it will be 50-32 for them in the next NBA season.

    Los Angeles Clippers

    LA Clippers

    LA Clippers are having some of the best players in their team and yet they suffer from one major problem. Kawhi Leonard can’t play 80 games or there is a risk of injury due to his 2017 case. Paul George is still kind of recovering from his shoulder surgery and it will take him some time to heal.

    Clippers don’t have other reliable names and hence it would be kind of average numbers for them. The analysts believe Los Angeles Clippers will have something around 53-29 in the NBA 2019-20 season.

    Los Angeles Lakers

    LA Lakers

    LeBron James and Anthony Davis are the best NBA duo in the LA Lakers team. But their performance depends on the other players and Danny Green is the only reliable name right now. DeMarcus Cousins is also a great player but his performance depends on his health and fitness.

    Kyle Kuzma, Rojan Rando, and Avery Beal are still kind of average players in the Lakers. If the James and Davis magic works, then the Lakers could get near to 55-27 for the next NBA season.

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