With the end of the 2009-10 NBA season, I just wanted to take a moment out on behalf of Bradford Doolittle and I to thank our readers for your attention and your interest all season long. Thanks for your e-mails, your questions in chats, Twitter replies and everything else that both makes the time we spend worthwhile and improves our coverage.
Thanks also to our friends in the NBA’s burgeoning online community, too many to count, and all of the resources out there that help us cover the league.
The timing is still a little odd because in 2010, the offseason is as much of a story as the season in the NBA. Today, the Celtics and the Lakers join the other 28 NBA team in beginning to think about how to get better (or stay so good, in their cases) for next season. The draft is just a week away, free agency gets underway another eight days later and there will be trades and summer league to occupy our attention along the way.
Before you know it, we’ll be hard at work on next year’s edition of the Pro Basketball Prospectus and this whole cycle will begin once again. For now, though, thanks again for reading. 2009-10 season, it’s been a blast.