NBA Offseason Roundtable Finale: A 2015 NBA Champion Is Crowned

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May 4, 2014; San Antonio, TX, USA; Dallas Mavericks guard Vince Carter (25) shoots the ball over San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard (2) in game seven of the first round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at AT&T Center. The Spurs won 119-96. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

In the midst of the FIBA World Cup, it’s pretty evident that the NBA offseason is, if not entirely, about to end. We can finally see the 2014-15 NBA season light at the end of the 2014 offseason tunnel.

We’ve seen just about everything this summer — the changing of powers in the Eastern Conference, loyalty at its finest and even a few unfortunate events (mainly Paul George’s injury). It hasn’t been the best NBA offseason that the NBA has seen in recent years, but it definitely has to be in the conversation.

And while we discussed a plethora of topics during our five-week NBA offseason roundtable, there’s still a matter of picking the 2015 NBA champion.

We’ve touched on topics surrounding by that premise, but we haven’t exactly answered that question. But, now we have.

Before that, though, if you’ve missed any of our first four roundtables and would like to go back to either argue with us, or simply have nothing better to do they can be found below.

Week 1 — We talked Western Conference summers and free agency “steals” of the summer

Week 2 — We discussed Eastern Conference summers and talked about overrated rookies.

Week 3 — We debate whether the Spurs can repeat and good value contracts.

Week 4 – We picked a drakhorse and talked bad contracts .

Here is our final installment. Feel free to disagree, because you will.

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