Colin Cowherd Describes Every NBA Contender in Just Three Words

(Video Above) Colin Cowherd's Three-Word Game on Every NBA Contender

Milwaukee Bucks: ONE SCORER SHY

Do the Bucks have enough players who can create their own shot to actually win an NBA title?

Toronto Raptors: WILL MISS KAWHI

Can the Raptors make another run to the NBA Finals without Kawhi Leonard and lacking a bonafide All-NBA player?

Boston Celtics: CAN WIN TITLE

Can the Celtics navigate through a bruising Eastern Conference bracket against Miami, Toronto, Philly, and Milwaukee?

Miami Heat: BAM AND BUTLER

Can the Heat get out of the first round with a thin and top heavy roster?

Philadelphia 76ers: TALENTED BUT DYSFUNCTIONAL

Is a paper champion Sixers team the league's biggest disappointing heading towards an early playoff exit?

Los Angeles Lakers: FEEL TOO OLD

Are the Lakers too old and unathletic to sustain a two-month long postseason in three potentially grueling series vs. the Rockets, Clippers, and Bucks?

Denver Nuggets: JUST TOO YOUNG

Are the Nuggets an actual threat in the playoffs or they simply regular season dominators who predictably wilt in the postseason?

Los Angeles Clippers: SHOULD BE FAVORED

Despite having the sixth best record in the NBA, are the sleepy and uninterested Clippers really the favorites to win the NBA Finals?

Utah Jazz: NEED ANOTHER ATHLETE

Are the Jazz a threat to get to the Western Conference Finals with a guard-centric lineup lacking length and athleticism at the wing position?

Houston Rockets: ONLY ONE BALL

Can Russell Westbrook and James Harden, the league’s highest usage players, actually co-exist in a postseason with lengthy playing spurts and few staggered rotations?

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