Former NBA reporter Chris Palmer revealed his bubble first team. He took to Twitter to list out his picks. LeBron James doesn’t make the list.
As the NBA 2020 restarts in the Orlando bubble, many of the players have been extremely good and have shown improvement in their game. Chris Palmer, the ex-ESPN writer has taken to Twitter to announce “My ever-evolving All-Bubble First team.”
My Ever Evolving All-Bubble First Team
— Chris Palmer (@ChrisPalmerNBA) August 4, 2020
Anthony Davis (LA Lakers) (Centre)
Anthony Davis has been a force to reckon with on the court. His aggressive play-style helped the Lakers secure a win against the Jazz after they lost their second game against the Raptors. Davis had an outstanding game against Utah. He dropped 42 points on 13-for-28 shooting, including going four for eight from three-point range and 12 for 15 from the free-throw line. He even had 12 rebounds and four assists.
TJ Warren (Indiana Pacers) (Small Forward/ Power Forward)
Indiana Pacers TJ Warren has been consistently putting up numbers for the Indiana Pacers since the restart. In his recent game against the Washington Wizards, he finished with 34 points. He put in 5 straight baskets. He also snatched 11 rebounds in the game.
Giannis Antetokounmpo (Milwaukee Bucks) (Small Forward/Power Forward)
Giannis’ performance in the NBA restart has been incredible. He showed that he is on the peak of his game right from opening night against the Celtics. He scored 34 points, amassing 15 rebounds and providing 7 assists. Even in their recent loss against the Rockets, the Greek national dropped 36points, 18 rebounds and 8 assists.
Luka Doncic (Dallas Mavericks) (Point Guard)
Luka dropped 40 points in the last game the Mavericks played against the Suns. He had 11 points, three rebounds, and three assists in the first quarter. The 22-year-old also claimed 4 rebounds and 6 assists to go along with his incredible shooting. He has been looking great on the court since the scrimmages. His form will definitely help the Mavericks for the play-offs.
— Dallas Mavericks (@dallasmavs) August 3, 2020
James Harden (Houston Rockets) (Point Guard/ Shooting Guard)
Harden has been a monumental success for the Rockets in the restart. His incredible defensive capabilities came to light in their last encounter against the first-seeded Milwaukee Bucks. His performance in the last game showed us how he is truly a two-way player.
James Harden Defensive Highlights vs. Dallas Mavericks 7/31/2020. pic.twitter.com/F5PSQ2h9AG
— (@arxanii) August 2, 2020