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NBA Preseason 2016: Schedule and Predictions for Under-the-Radar Rookies

With about a week remaining in the 2016 NBA preseason, it's time to assess whether any of the trends we've seen so far will carry over to games that count. Let's start quickly: Yes, the Golden State Warriors will be good at basketball. Controversial opinion, I'm sure, but I stand by it. No, Enes Kanter will not lead the NBA in scoring. Odds are, though, he's going to produce at the highest level of his career.
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