NBA Overreaction Monday: 15 Statements That Simply Aren’t True

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Nov 8, 2014; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Memphis Grizzlies forward

Zach Randolph

(50) takes a shot against Milwaukee Bucks center

John Henson

(31) in the third quarter at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Randolph scored 22 points as the Bucks beat the Grizzlies 93-92. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

With the NBA season well underway, here are 15 assumptions that are false two weeks into the year

We actually know very little through two weeks of the NBA’s regular season.

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Most teams have played around five or six games — some four or seven. It’s still not enough, though, to gauge what is really going to happen in this season.

If the season ended today, the Cleveland Cavaliers and the San Antonio Spurs would both miss the playoffs. That’s how little we can get from two weeks of the 2014-15 NBA season. It’s been that unpredictable.

Still, just because we’ve only played about seven percent of the season, doesn’t mean we can’t give cracks at what we could possibly know thus far. God knows it isn’t going to stop us.

With that said, I’ve compiled 15 statements that we think are true through seven percent of the NBA’s 82 game schedule, but really aren’t.

Here, I burst your bubble.