Top 10 nba teams with the brightest futures


New Orleans Pelicans

After landing the most hyped-up prospect in Zion Williamson since LeBron James came out of high school in 2003, the Pelicans have what seems to be a promising future. By adding Williamson to a roster with other talents such as Brandon Ingram and Lonzo Ball, New Orleans could be looking at some future success.


Boston Celtics

The number 2 seed in the east is already in the lime light. Another team with a stacked roster including Jason Tatum, Marcus Smart, Jaylen Brown, and Gordon Hayward, the Celtics are one of the toughest teams in the league with a lockdown defense and dangerous ability to create offensive opportunities and hit shots.


Brooklyn Nets

By hiring Hall of Fame point guard Steve Nash to coach this talented Nets team, what's to come is exciting. If they play their cards right, the Nets could utilize stars like Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving to climb their way to a championship.


Philadelphia 76ers

After making it to the Eastern Conference Finals in 2019, the 76ers are already an extremely strong team. The power duo of Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons as well as talented role players such as Tobias Harris and Josh Richardson is almost unstoppable.


Dallas Mavericks

Another one of the most powerful duos in the NBA: Luka Doncic and Kristaps Porzingis. GM Mark Cuban pulled this together and seems to know what he's doing and where he wants to go with this organization. With this European power duo, the Mavericks are looking at some deep future playoff runs.


Denver Nuggets

After surprising everyone in this years NBA playoffs in the bubble, the Nuggets have earned the respect of everyone around the league. Nikola Jokic and Jamal Murray led their team to come back from two 3-1 deficits versus the Jazz and Clippers to make it to the Western Conference Finals. It's safe to say no one can ever under estimate this Denver team again.


LA Lakers

This is debatebly the most powerful team in the NBA. With an extremely talented roster, the Lakers were undoubtedly the best team in the Western Conference, steamrolling through their competition. LeBron James, Anthony Davis, Danny Green, Kyle Kuzma, Alex Caruso, Rajon Rondo, Dwight Howard, J.R. Smith, Markieff Morris, Javale McGee: all potential All-NBA talents that absolutely destroy their opponents with their shut down defense and unmatchable ability to sink shots from in and outside the arc.


Miami Heat

Another one of the most surpassing teams in the NBA, Miami has surpassed all expectations for success this post-season. After sweeping the Pacers, taking only one overtime loss to the #1 seeded Bucks, and beating the Celtics in 6 games, Miami has fought and clawed their way to the Finals vs the Lakers. An extremely young team under the leadership of Jimmy Butler and championship coach Erik Spoelstra, Miami is a team of absolute fighters who have a legitimate chance of winning this year's championship, and possibly some in the coming years.


Milwaukee Bucks

Finishing the regular season at the #1 seed, this Bucks team is also one of the most powerful in the league. Led by two-time reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and a strong supporting cast in Khris Middleton, Eric Bledsoe, and Kyle Korver, it's possible Milwaukee wins a championship pithing the next three years.


Phoenix Suns

In the remainder of the regular season in bubble, the Suns were the only team to go undefeated at 8-0. They defied all odds but failed to make the playoffs. However, the future could be filled with a lot of success under young stars Devin Booker and Deandre Ayton.