Phil Jackson believes the Heat Will Win 70 Games & The Top NBA News

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Miami Heat LeBron James (C) loses control of the ball between New Jersey Nets Derrick Favors (L) and Johan Petro of France during the second half of their NBA basketball game in Newark, New Jersey October 31, 2010. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASKETBALL)


The Los Angeles Lakers are at a league best 8-0 start, while their “rivals” the Miami Heat are 5-3.   Many people believed the Heat would win 70+ games, but as of right now the Lakers are likely headed in that direction.  However, that kind of optimism is not flowing on the Lakers’ bench.  Coach Phil Jackson believes the Heat can win 70+ games, not the Lakers.

[Phil Jackson believes the Heat will have a better record than the Lakers: ESPN Los Angeles :Dave McMenamin]

The Latest on the Lakers

The Los Angeles Lakers are looking to their third straight NBA title, but which NBA teams are going to be the Lakers’ biggest challenge? [OC Register]

The Los Angeles Lakers will face off a familiar foe tonight, the Denver Nuggets.  Lakers.com provides us with a game-preview. [Lakers.com]

Kevin Love was born in Santa Monica and attended UCLA, it is safe to say that Love knows Southern California very well.   However, is Kevin Love destined to play for the Lakers?  Will he one day wear purple and gold, and represent the best team in the NBA.  Dime Magazine’s Austin Burton makes his case for why he thinks Kevin Love is destined to join the world champions one day. [Dime Magazine]

The Latest on the NBA

Injured Celtic Shaquille O’Neal will play tonight against the Miami Heat, but Jermaine O’Neal may not. [ESPN Boston]

Allen Iverson has changed sceneries, this time he has gone to Turkey.  Watch as the country embraced their new superstar. [Dime Magazine]

The New Jersey Nets will now be the only affiliate of the NBA Developmental League’s Springfield Armor. [ESPN New York]

Phoenix Suns’ coach Alvin Gentry reports that the team will not trade Steve Nash. [Slam Magazine]

NBA Results for November 10th, 2010

Milwaukee Bucks- 108 Atlanta Hawks-91

Utah Jazz-104 Orlando Magic-94

Charlotte Bobcats- 101 Toronto Raptors- 96

Washington Wizards- 98 Houston Rockets- 91

New Jersey Nets-95 Cleveland Cavaliers-87

Golden State Warriors-122 New York Knicks-117

Dallas Mavericks-106 Memphis Grizzlies-91

Oklahoma City Thunder-109 Philadelphia 76ers-103

San Antonio Spurs- 107 Los Angeles Clippers-95

Minnesota Timberwolves-98 Sacramento Kings-89

NBA Schedule for November 11th, 2010

Boston Celtics at Miami Heat-TNT- 8:00 P.M. EST / 5:00 P.M. PST

Golden State Warriors at Chicago Bulls- 8:00 P.M. EST/ 5:00 P.M. PST

Los Angeles Lakers at Denver Nuggets-TNT- 10:30 P.M. EST/ 7:30 P.M. PST

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