NBA: Top 10 League Pass teams heading into 2019-20

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Ahead of the 2019-20 NBA season, we rank the top 10 league pass teams that you must keep an eye on

NBA League Pass is the best way to catch as much NBA action as you can. While it’s impossible to catch all 32 teams on a given night, there are certain teams that are must-see and that you always want to keep your eyes on. NBA teams don’t always have to be considered contenders to be one of the leagues more exciting teams, but it definitely helps.

The fans want to tune into the games with not only the best players, but the best teams with the best storylines, up-and-coming talent, and the teams with the best odds of making highlight-reel plays.

Throw record predictions out the window. No matter how their season goes, these will be the teams you want to tune into and watch.

10. Atlanta Hawks

First up we have the Atlanta Hawks who won 29 games last year. Led by Rookie of the Year runner up Trae Young, the Hawks seem to still be in rebuild mode unless they shock us all and make a push for the postseason.

Nonetheless, the Hawks were one of the most fun teams in the league to watch last year and have only added more young talent to the roster. The team, coached by Lloyd Pierce, had a knack for being in close games last season.

Atlanta played in 19 games decided by five points or less which doesn’t even include the four-overtime marathon they had against the Chicago Bulls where Young dropped 49 points and dished out 16 assists in a 168-161 win. Trae Young and the rest of the Hawks’ young talent may not be ready to compete now, but sure will be fun to watch.

9. Brooklyn Nets

The Brooklyn Nets had a very active free agency period this past summer, landing Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving. After landing those two big fish, this will be the most eyes the Nets franchise have had on them since moving to Brooklyn back in 2012.

Even though the Nets will be without Kevin Durant (Achilles) for the majority, if not all, of the season, they’re still projected to be a scrappy and competitive team in the Eastern Conference.

Kyrie Irving is still one of the leagues most exciting scorers and when he gets on a roll there’s nothing like it. It’ll be interesting to see if Kyrie can mesh better with Brooklyn’s supporting cast that features a plethora of young talent and veteran DeAndre Jordan.