Best Bench Depth In NBA!
This includes how vital the bench is to the teams success(and how little they are the reason for loss). Their overall production as a unit unto themselves. Which second unit could become starters this year(for their team). This also includes all 3rd stringers and what they have contributed.
The bench also includes every player not starting for the team right now. They should have a bench who normally comes out and dominates, and who are used for vital situations. Teams not included are teams who loss because of poor bench performance. I guess you could compare each player to how well they play compared to the guy they subbed for.
I would like to see some reasons included because I don't have any for mine, cause I accidentally erased all my paragraph for each of team, so I have a quick sentence for the west that sums it up quick.
This is just purely based off my speculations(meaning from what I have actually seen, not what I have read). I don't know enough about east to give any real analysis, I haven't even seen a couple of their teams play.
1-Jazz (Every last player has been a major factor, bench = reason for wins)
2-Nuggets (Have a great 5 bench, like Jazz they really help them win games)
3-Rockets (Shorter rotations, very vital to success, helps keep starters pace)
4-Clippers (3 top men, but lack of a full set of great players not starting)
5-Warriors (Same as LAC, but w/o injury starters would become new bench)
Mentions: T-Wolves and Spurs
Mentions: Pacers and Bulls
All great things come to an end...even in basketball -Me