If you did not hear, the NBA released the 2018-2019 season schedule and this year team’s pulled out all stops when it came to sharing their content with fans. I honestly cannot remember a time where NBA teams were as creative as the schedule content was this offseason. Maybe let me, everyone is just counting down the days for the NBA to return. So any chance for creativity and exclusive content is a team for teams to flex their muscles. Check out some of our favorite post below.
Houston Rockets The Rockets shared some of their biggest matchups by recreating some classic movie covers and I love it. I can not wait to see LeBron face off with the newest Rocket addition to the Rockets and longtime friend Carmelo Anthony. This should be a fun one.
Golden State Warriors When you have a team that could probably defeat Thanos, you really don’t have to do much to sell tickets. The Dubs went the classic route when it came to releasing their schedule and I can’t blame them. Every other team in the NBA will be circling their matchup with the defending champs for the upcoming season. It will an exciting season, especially if and when Boogie hits the court.
Los Angeles Lakers This year, my only personal goal is to see LeBron James in LA. Knowing that he will be playing the Warriors at least twice this season is icing on the cake. Come Christmas, my eyes will be glued to the tv. Cheering for KD and LeBron at the same time, don’t judge me. I do what I want. Unfortunanlty, there’s nothing special about the Lakers release graphics, but they don’t have to do much when they have the King on their team.
Atlanta Hawks As someone who’s mostly attended NBA games in Atlanta, I am happy that the Hawks finally have a player who fits their city. Trae Young is young and friendly with the Migos. Which is as good as it gets for the Hawks right now. He brings excitement and some swag that has been missing since I can remember. Big props to whoever is running their social accounts because this schedule release is by far the best in the NBA. It’s on brand for a city known for its music and is quite clever.
San Antonio Spurs The Spurs took an L in the offseason but had W when it came to the schedule release. Using tiles which each NBA team was a nice tribute to the city and roots of San Antonio and quite a pleasant surprise. I’ll be looking forward to seeing Kawhi back in San Antonio, hopefully, he doesn’t hide in the locker room all game.
New York Knicks Yes, I am a Knicks fan and no I do not love this look because I am a fan. I love this look because it’s as grungy and dirty as the city of New York. It’s hard, but soft in ways. Made up of dozens of different pieces just like the city itself. I can’t wait to attend another game at one of my favorite arenas in the NBA. Great jobs Knicks!
Chicago Bulls I spent a weekend in Chicago this summer and fell in love with the city. I couldn’t image how much fun it would be to see the Bulls in action this season. I’m really digging the creative execution by this team to release their schedule.
Toronto Raptors I just want to go to a Raptors game to see Drake, but this video makes me want to go a little more. Nice attention to detail when it comes to the Philly cheesesteak and other items that are associated with teams within the NBA.
Philadelphia 76ers Straight to the point, no flashy stuff. When you trust the process, the fans when follow. The 76ers kept it simple and I can’t blame them. I do this the photo illustration of players looks a little like a heart, just a little.
Utah Jazz I’m a big fan of the young rookie so I wouldn’t mind seeing him face off with some of the past league MVPs.
Oklahoma City Thunder I can honestly say I have been to a game in OKC and there’s nothing quite like it. The crowd really sounds like a bolt of Thunder.
Brooklyn Nets Hello Brooklyn, how ya doing. I can’t believe I have yet to experience a game in BK. This will not be the case for long, at least I hope.