Schedule And Early Prediction Of The 2015-2016 NBA Season

The 2015-2016 NBA Season will officially start on October 27, 2015. Despite another  2 months to go, the NBA already released the full schedule of 2015-2016 regular season.

The regular season will have 82 games for each team and the back to back games is slash in four-games-in-five-nights stretches throughout the 2015-16 season.

Injured NBA superstar are scheduled to return this season, Kobe Bryant of L.A Lakers, Kevin Durant of  Oklahoma Thunder, Carmelo Anthony of  New York Knick's.

On October 27, opening day, a series of matches which will featured where a rematch of playoff matches that took place last season. Reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers are having their first game with different opponent.

NBA 2015-2016 Opening Day Schedule:

1. Last regular season top seed Atlanta Hawks vs Detroit Piston
2. Last season semi final round match: Cleveland Cavaliers vs Chicago Bulls
3. Reigning NBA Champion GSW vs New Orleans Pelicans

While on NBA Christmas Day, NBA gives the best matches to offer:

1. Finals rematch between Cleveland Cavaliers vs Golden State Warrior at Oracles Arena
2. New Orleans Pelicans vs the rebuilding team Miami Heat
3. Chicago Bulls vs Oklahoma City
4. San Antonio Spurs vs Houston Rockets
5. Los Angeles Clippers vs Los Angeles Lakers

The 2015-2016 season, early favorite and predictions:

- In the Western conference, San Antonio spurs, are the early favorite in winning the west, with the addition of LaMarcus Aldridge and David West, the Spurs are the heavy favorite in winning the west.
- In the Eastern conference, The Cleveland Cavaliers, are the early favorite, with a complete and healthy line up, the Cavs will likely to return in the Finals.

Prediction of 2015-2016 NBA Finals match:

Cleveland Cavaliers vs San Antonio Spurs

These are some early prediction base on NBA reports and comments of some social network user which they think that are the early favorite on the 2015-2016 season based on line up of each team.