Well Regarded Duos In today’s guard-centric NBA, the little guys rule the roost. Good thing, as the League is filled with many pairs of dynamic 1-2 combos. We count down the 10 best. Can’t Touch These Records are made to be eventually broken, or so they say. When it comes to these 10 high marks, it would take huge undertaking to knock them off their lofty pedestals. Hidden Constellations Everyone knows the LeBrons, Kobes and KDs of the League. The light that they give off is impossible to ignore, but lost in the bright glow are some hidden stars that shine pretty brightly. 2K All The Way The best NBA videogame in the market only continues to get better. FOOTBALL PREVIEW @GamedayHQ GamedayHQ Editor in Chief Ming Wong Design Director Kengyong Shao Associate Editors Dan Holzhauer, Rob McIntosh Copy Editor Kelsey Martin Contributing Writers Alex Bracetti Michael Bradley Jon Cooper Brian Giuffra Dan Holzhauer Darryl Howerton Andy Jasner David Williams Production Managers Ashley Dethlefsen Will Kilcommons Alycia McCarthy Jacklyn Zuch A GameDay HQ publication GameDay HQ, its logo and associated graphics are the trademarks of GameDay HQ. All rights reserved. Copyright 2014. Editorial and publication headquarters are at 519 Eighth Avenue, 25th Floor, New York, NY 10018 and at 212-697-1460. All e-mail inquiries can be directed to: email@example.com COVER PHOTOS BY: BRIAN BABINEAU (BOSTON); BILL WIPPERT (BUFFALO); GREGG FORWERCK (CAROLINA); MICHAEL MARTIN (COLORADO); GRAIG ABEL (COLUMBUS); GLENN JAMES (DALLAS); DAVE REGINEK (DETROIT); ELIOT J. SCHECTER (FLORIDA); BRUCE KLUCKHOHN (MINNESOTA); FRANCOIS LACASSE (MONTREAL); ANDY DEVLIN (NASHVILLE); DAVE SANDFORD (NEW YORK RANGERS); LEN REDKOLES (PHILADELPHIA); GREGORY SHAMUS (PITTSBURGH); JOHN RUSSELL (PHOENIX); SCOT ROVAK (ST. LOUIS); ANDRE RINGUETTE (TAMPA BAY); ANDY MARLIN (NEW JERSEY, TORONTO)/NHL/GETTY IMAGES; JONATHAN DANIEL (CHICAGO); JEFF GROSS (ANAHEIM, EDMONTON); BRUCE BENNETT (LOS ANGELES, CALGARY); PAUL BERESWILL (NEW YORK ISLANDERS); ROCKY WIDNER (VANCOUVER); G FIUME (VANCOUVER, WASHINGTON); GOUG PENSINGER (WASHINGTON) MARIANNE HELM (WINNIPEG)/GETTY IMAGES SPORT 2014-15 NBA Preview The San Antonio Spurs prevailed again in 2014, upping the ring count for the franchise to five during the Tim Duncan/Gregg Popovich era which began 18 years ago. LeBron James ended his South Beach sabbatical, opting to return home to finish the job he first set out to do: Bring championship glory to Northeast Ohio. As James goes, so does the stars that follow his gravitational pull, bringing the likes of Kevin Love, to team up with the budding Kyrie Irving in Cleveland. A crowded Western Conference field— the L.A. Clippers, Oklahoma City Thunder Dallas Mavericks, Memphis Grizzlies, Houston Rockets, Portland Trail Blazers, Phoenix Suns—guarantees that the Spurs’ road to their first repeat is anything but certain. While things look good for the Cavaliers, the four-time Eastern Conference champion Miami Heat remain strong, the return of Derrick Rose and addition of Pau Gasol boosts Chicago’s continuing title hopes and the polar vortex of the surging Toronto Raptors can freeze any opponent. A Spurs-Cavs Finals matchup might seem fashionable in the season’s opening tip, the NBA landscape can change quickly when the postseason comes around.
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