3 NBA teams who have exceeded expectations the most this season

While the NBA season was shortened this year from 82 games to a 72 game regular season, we have still seen some intense basketball being played and the NBA is as competitive as it has ever been. There are definitely favorites and front-runners to win a championship this year, but it is really hard to pin-point one team and say that they are the team to beat. 

That is why the NBA has been so exciting to watch this year, and it is only going to get better with less than a month left in the regular season!

Some teams though have exceeded their expectations placed on them at the beginning of the year, which is why we are going to talk about three teams in particular, but before we do, I wanted to give a quick shout out to the Charlotte Hornets. 

Hey have consistently been mocked and laughed at over the years and after finally putting the pieces together, the Hornets are on the verge of making it back to the playoffs for the first time since 2016!

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They are a fun, dynamic, and young team to watch and with a young star in the making in LaMelo Ball, the Hornets are going to be a fun team to watch in the Eastern Conference for many years to come. 

Now, let’s dive into our list of the top three teams who have exceeded expectations placed on them the most this NBA season! 

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