Basketball Symphonies

When you see great basketball being played, it’s like a symphony. For those of you that don’t know what a symphony is, it is a collaboration of various musical instruments. In order for a team to become successful in the NBA, they need various player with various talents which serve as musical instruments to come together and for a symphony which is a team.

In order for a symphony to sound good the instruments have to mesh well together much as players have to have good chemistry. For those of you who have read my previous articles, you know that I am a Nets fan and their team right now is horrible as their record is a horrendous 10-27. Within the next few days though, their team or symphony has a chance to improve drastically. The Nets are part of an enormous trade that would land them Carmelo Anthony of the Denver Nuggets, Chauncey Billups of the Denver Nuggets, and Richard Hamilton of the Detroit Pistons as well as two other role players who don’t matter too much. To do this, the Nets are giving away Anthony Morrow, Derrick Favors and Devin Harris along with various role players including Johan Petro, Ben Uzoh and a disappointing Troy Murphy. This new team or symphony has a high chance of working out beautifully. Chauncey Billups will serve as the point guard or composer while Richard Hamilton and Carmelo Anthony are the two lead chairs. Players such as Kris Humphries and Brook Lopez make up the second row, and various role player fill out the rest of the spots. Chauncey Billups, the composer, has experience with the two lead chairs as he played with Hamilton in Detroit and Anthony in Denver. If this trade works out, it has the potential to become a great symphony and perhaps even land the Nets a spot in the playoffs.

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