Kendrick Perkins said the NBA should have only 16 playoff teams left
Kendrick Perkins, a former NBA champion and current analyst, discussed what the NBA’s return should be, that is, whether the league should take all 30 teams or take other forms. Perkins objected to bringing all the teams back. “[The NBA] He should only bring back 16 teams … For the 14 other teams that didn’t make the playoffs, hey, I’m sorry for your failure, “he said in ESPN’s” Getting Up “.
If the NBA decides to bring all 30 teams back, this means that teams that do not have any qualifications to advance to the playoffs will have to go through a preparation process before they can participate in a few games (in case the season shortens). In addition, even if the virus threat is greatly reduced.
If only 16 playoff teams come back, that team will be: Milwaukee Bucks, Toronto Raptors, Boston Celtics, Miami Heat, Indiana Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers, Brooke Forest Nets, Orlando Magic (Eastern Conference), Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Clippers, Denver Nuggets, Utah Jazz, Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets, Dallas Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies Team (West Conference).
As ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported, this week the NBA is discussing what the NBA format should be for this season’s recovery. The next week should be clearer.