3 reasons why the LA Clippers may not win it all

Reggie Jackson, Paul George and Kawhi Leonard (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)
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Stephen Curry and Paul George,LA Clippers
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3. Grueling Western Conference

As previously mentioned, the LA Clippers have been pegged as one of the best teams in the entire league. Yet, regardless of the betting world expecting them to represent the Western Conference in the NBA Finals next season, there are several reasons…rather…there are several teams, that will stand in their way.

A postseason berth seems likely for a Clippers team stockpiled with talent from each and every position. Nevertheless, simply taking part in the NBA’s postseason festivities isn’t enough as the Clippers have championship aspirations. Several teams, however, will present what could be an insurmountable roadblock to LA’s championship aspirations.

The Memphis Grizzlies will continue their rise up the Western Conference charts, the Dallas Mavericks have already begun revamping their roster, the Denver Nuggets will gladly welcome back several key players off the mend, the Los Angeles Lakers will always be a formidable foe, and Golden State Warriors, this year’s champion, will look to defend their newly won crown.

The Clippers, when whole, will protrude near the top of the Western Conference. However, if they aren’t careful, the treacherous and murky Western Conference waters could wash away their title dreams quick, fast, and in a hurry.

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