2021 NBA All-Star Predictions

Every week on Viseland my brother Michael Visenberg and I talk about our favorite pastime, Basketball. Each week we take a different topic ranging from more current NBA coverage to some historical analysis. This week was a super fun episode, we predicted the rosters of the 2021 NBA All-Star game. After we went through the roster we went through and picked our team captains (Michael-Lebron James, Jason-Giannis Antetokounmpo).

It was fun to really put yourself back in that playground mode of picking your players and seeing how you think they will perform. Throw away some of your practical NBA thoughts and pretend it’s a game of NBA 2K. The funniest part was also seeing each of us go to our basketball upbringings, Michael picked a front court heavy team, where I went with the quickness of guards. That’s why he was the Shaq and I was the Penny (later Kobe). Take a look at the teams and let me know what squad you think would win.

Jason Antetokounmpo-Visenberg’s:
Giannis Antetokounmpo
Kevin Durant
Damian Lillard
Luka Doncic
Jaylen Brown

Trae Young
Damantas Sabonis
Jayson Tatum
Anthony Davis
Zion Williamson
Rudy Gobert
Donovan Mitchell

Lebron Michael James’s-
LeBron James
Nikola Jokic
Kawhi Leonard
Joel Embiid
James Harden

Kyrie Irving
Bam Adebayo
Bradley Beal
Khris Middleton
Devin Booker
Paul George
Stephen Curry

Best NBA Prep to Pro Players (1995-2005) Viseland

Starting in 1995 we entered the Prep to Pro era of the NBA where players from high school were going directly in to the NBA. After 2005 the NBA changed the rules and players needed to be 1 year removed from high school. Journey back down memory lane as we look back and rank the 10 best players to go from high school to the NBA. 10. Lou Williams, South Gwinnett HS (GA) 9. Rashard Lewis, Alief Elsik HS (TX) 8. Tyson Chandler, Compton Dominguez HS (CA) 7. Jermaine O’Neal, Eau Claire HS (SC) 6. Amar’e Stoudemire, Cypress Creek HS (FL) 5. Dwight Howard, Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy (GA) 4. Tracy McGrady, Mt. Zion Christian Academy (NC) 3. Kevin Garnett, Farragut Career Academy (IL) 2. Kobe Bryant, Lower Merion HS (PA) 1. LeBron James, St. Vincent-St. Mary HS (OH) To Follow the Brothers:  Twitter: @Viseland To Follow Jason Visenberg @JVisenberg Twitter/Instagram/Facebook To Follow Michael Visenberg: @NBADraftMikeyV Twitter @miclvisenberg Instagram — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/viseland/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/viseland/support

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