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It's crunch time in the NBA, who will rise to the challenge?

It's that time of the year again, and many NBA Teams are warming up towered the home stretch, and position themselves as the playoffs is in the horizon. After a great ALL Star weekend down in New Orleans, everyone's attention is now for playing basketball, get the best standings possible, and be ready for the playoffs.

The best player thus far ? no question it is Kevin Durant. This year, KD, or if you play along with his new nick name "The Servant" (I don't know why he likes it, I don't..) is the man among boys in the NBA and is all but sure to win this years MVP. But that's not the issue. The issue is and always was, who will win the NBA title?

Lebron James's Miami Heat are coming of winning the title the past two years, and get it again, would mean an amazing accomplishment, last seen by Michael Jordan's Bulls, winning back to back to back titles. In today's world, that's unheard off, many experts agrees, and would be a huge achievement for the star in south Florida. But as always, other suitors are in live for some championship magic, as teams like the Clippers, or The San Antonio Spurs (always) and even the Portland Trail Blazers and Golden State Warriors, two great young teams that can create real damage to opponents teams.

But the real deal this year have to be the Oklahoma City Thunder, and with news that fellow point guard Russell Westbrook is ready to return from injury and help his team with the push it needs to finally get over the hump, and win the title they wants so much down south. It remains to be seen how it all unfold, but it will be very interesting, as the best show in the world will start in just a few short month.
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