West Coast Offense
I spent the last week in California for a conference (the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, if you were curious). One of the biggest adjustments was that, with the time zone difference, I was unable to watch much (if any) of the early evening games because they now started during business hours. On the other hand, all of the "late night games" (e.g. games that start at 10:00 or 10:30 when I'm in Michigan) were instead now prime-time games that tipped off in the early evening. As such, I got a steady diet of the Clippers, Warriors and Thunder in my main viewing window during the trip.
And you know what? That was some fun basketball to watch.
The Western Conference has long had the reputation for being the exciting league, with fast-paced offense in response to the East's more traditional plodding and defense. When I was a kid, watching the Showtime Lakers play the run-and-gun Denver Nuggets was often good fo You've reached the end of our free article preview.
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