What Do You Have To Look Forward To This Fall in The NBA

ashley whitesideContributor IAugust 3, 2009

INDIANAPOLIS - APRIL 21:  Reggie Miller #31 of the Indiana Pacers excites the fans in Game two of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals against the Boston Celtics during the 2003 NBA Playoffs at Conseco Fieldhouse on April 21, 2003 in Indianapolis, Indiana.  The Pacers won 89-77.  NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and/or using this Photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.(Photo by: Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)

I'm sure the picture will describe exactly how I won't be feeling most of this up coming NBA season. It will be a little bit of a disappointment. This has been such a case of "the rich get richer" off season that you just see where it's headed. Things happen and nothing is ever set in stone, but it can't be much closer to that.

Without going into all the signings and trades this off season looking at the top teams from last year it should be apparent to most fans that we're looking at an almost disappointing domination.

No foreseeable upsets here, just Orlando, Cleveland, Boston and the Los Angeles Lakers battling it out for the trophy. The rest of the league, let's be truly honest and say they don't have a real chance. They just can't compete with the level of talent and depth those four teams have to offer.

If you're wondering where I'm going with this, that this isn't any differant from other years "we've always had dominant teams" its...what else am I going to watch then this next season? Please write me and let me know what great new fall shows are scheduled so that I can coast through another season of no frills beat downs administered by a handful of teams and skip to the playoffs. Please let me know what's on worth watching.

For the record I'm not complaining about the situation, if Dallas was in one of those teams shoes I'd be sitting pretty right now eagerly awaiting the arival of the up coming season, but as it is there are four cities that are really lucky.

Have fun guys, see you in 2010-2011, hopefully.