To pique your Halloween appetite for ghosts, goblins and a little NBA action, why not take a look at how your team's starting five ranks against the rest of the league?
I want to remind you that being named the best (or worst) starting five doesn't equate to winning it all (or coming in last).
Last year's NBA Finals featured two of the best starting fives in the league. The Miami Heat saw point guard Mario Chalmers emerge as a legitimate player, capable of running the potent Heat offense. Which players will make that step this season?
Having a great starting five is definitely one way to make it deep into the playoffs, especially during a full-length season. Take a look!